Despite the plea in Paul Simon's 1970's hit "Kodachrome", the Eastman Kodak Company will cease making the film stock because of declining customer demand.

Kodachrome is currently the oldest film stock manufactured by the company but the increasing dominance of digital photography means Kodak will retire the product.
Recently, sales of Kodachrome have dropped to a fraction of 1% of Kodak's still-picture film sales, while digital products now account for 70% of the company's revenue.
Kodachrome was used extensive for transparent slides and was well-known for it's rich colours.