Kodak’s decision to resume the production of Ektachrome film, and perhaps eventually Kodachrome, may breathe new life into the good old slide. It might also revive the ritual of the slide tray, the projector, the rollup screen, the lightbox or the linen tester, which have been made seemingly obsolete by the digital image.
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