Kodachrome slides are rectangular pieces of colour reversal film encased in cardboard that were loaded into slide projectors and beamed onto walls. The film itself was introduced by the Eastman Kodak Company in 1935, and it helped popularize colour photography after World War II, for nearly 20 years, Kodachrome was the go to colour format for film.
Other transparency films, like Agfachrome and Fujichrome, and even Kodak’s own Ektachrome hit the market in the 1960s and offered a simpler, quicker and more accessible process. Up until its discontinuation in 2009, Kodachrome was the oldest selling brand of colour film in existence. Check the slides before sending to us, as mould on the slides cannot be scanned.