I have a casette of Agfa CT 18 exposed by my father-in-law some 40 or so years ago. The probability being that the pictures are of family significance so I want to develop them if it is at all possible. I have been advised by a commercial processing firm here on the Central Coast of NSW Australia that they cannot do it as their lab is set up for E-6 processing which runs at a temperature that would strip the emulsion from the Agfa film and that as Agfa Photo is no longer in business they doubted that anyone could do it. Hoping that what was meant was that probably nobody could do it commercially I approached a local camera club and have been advised that I need to find someone with a Rondinax tank, someone who knows what chemicals are nececessary and someone with the knowledge of the correct procedure. This could be all the same person but it doesn't have to be. Is there anyone out there who can contribute at least part of the solution? A person with the tank needs to be reasonably close unless they are willing to sell it. I will, of course, cover all costs and am prepared to pay for time if someone does the job for me.