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The Colour Reversal Club.
(A Member of the Photographic
Alliance of Great Britain)
The Club was formed late in 1971 as the CR50
Club, to cater for those interested in home processing of
the CR50 film and desiring contact with other users for
the exchange of ideas and experiences. Since April 1976,
following the withdrawal of CR50 film, the scope of the
Club has been widened to include all makes of home
processed colour reversal films. Operating independently
of any manufacturers, it nevertheless maintains close
contact, which is of the greatest use to members with
problems of supply, technical changes, etc. Likewise it
is able to present the user' s point of view without fear
The Club has a membership spread throughout the
U.K and an Overseas Group. Each of these groups has a
Co-ordinator, who will organise a slide folio, local
newsletter and possible meetings if they are required. A
quarterly National Newsletter is issued to all members,
chemical formula sheets and raw chemicals are available
to those wishing to mix their own brews plus,
Konicachrome 100 as a film, all at less than shop prices.
The Annual A.G.M & Open Meeting takes place
every May, in the South, for those who manage to attend
and put on shows of their work with Slides and Prints.
Each member is provided with the Club Handbook, which
gives full details of the Club's organisers and many
useful tips. There is also a Club Library where you can
request items and books of technical interest.
Many of the problems previously facing those
involved in home processing of colour slide films have
over the years been overcome by the constant interchange
of experiences which the Club has been able to promote.
With the introduction of so many new and unknown films
this facility has been of great value to all members.
If you are interested in
economic, quality, colour slide making, then this Club is
for you. For less than the cost of a roll of process paid
film you can have access to the Club facilities.
1995: While the main object of the Club is to further
the experience in Colour Reversal processing it was
decided that the Club would be open to the discussion and
assistance in Black & White and Colour Negative
The Annual Subscription is only £8.00 (£9.00,
family) Overseas £9.50. The Club year runs from 1st
April to 31st March. We would be very happy to welcome
you into membership upon receipt of your subscription
with the completed form enclosed. Please make out your
cheque to the C.R.C.
THE COST OF YOUR SUBSCRIPTION IN ONE PURCHASE"
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