In a major development for film-shooters, Kodak announced that it would introduce a new version of it’s classic and beloved Ektachrome Reversal film for photographers and cinematographers. The announcement, at the Consumer Electronics Show this past January, represents a tidal shift in consumer sentiment and a shining ray of hope for film photographers. Initially, the new film stock will be available in motion films (Super 8mm, 16mm) and 35mm slide film, with a hopeful extension into various still and motion formats. The images in the gallery were shot on expired Ektachrome purchased at an estate sale for 50 cents per roll. Slightly faded, but still interesting images. Shoot Film!