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02-25-2014, 08:45 PM   #31
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QuoteOriginally posted by OrangeKx Quote
Jeez, I can't believe I overlooked them to process some color film I've had laying around forever. Thanks!

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Save yourself the trip and drop the film at Knight Camera. Blue Moon still does the processing and the price is the same.


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Called the only local camera shop, happens to be next to a college of art and design, my only hope for local processing of slide film and they don't do it in house. It's $12/roll and sent out. Didn't bother asking what the turnaround time was at that point.
I'm in Lancaster as well, and although I usually shoot B&W and process at home, I just started shooting color again, and apparently Greenfield Photo processes C-41 and E-6 in-house. Can't vouch since I haven't tried them yet, but I just finished a roll of Ektar, so I'll be checking it out soon. They're over on Fruitville Pike across from the Wal-Mart. Their website calls them Greenfield Photo, but their store says Perfect Image Camera Repair. It's the same place though. I'm hoping they're good, because otherwise Lancaster County is kind of a film photography wasteland. Glad to know I'm not alone!
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I'm in Lancaster as well, and although I usually shoot B&W and process at home, I just started shooting color again, and apparently Greenfield Photo processes C-41 and E-6 in-house. Can't vouch since I haven't tried them yet, but I just finished a roll of Ektar, so I'll be checking it out soon. They're over on Fruitville Pike across from the Wal-Mart. Their website calls them Greenfield Photo, but their store says Perfect Image Camera Repair. It's the same place though. I'm hoping they're good, because otherwise Lancaster County is kind of a film photography wasteland. Glad to know I'm not alone!



Good deal! Iím guessing as a Lancaster native, you realize the other shop Iím referring to is Coe. Iíll check this place out and see what I can find online.

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I'm going to call Greenfield Photo Lab to confirm their price sheet. Looks like only $5.50 for 24-hr E-6 processing and $3.50 for B&W.
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I'm going to call Greenfield Photo Lab to confirm their price sheet. Looks like only $5.50 for 24-hr E-6 processing and $3.50 for B&W.
Their price list looks good...wonder if it's up to date, and what postage would add to that. We should compile a sticky or something of mail order film developing/scanning prices and services.

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Their price list looks good...wonder if it's up to date, and what postage would add to that. We should compile a sticky or something of mail order film developing/scanning prices and services.

I just called Greenfield Photo Labs and they no longer offer E-6 or B&W processing. He gave me a phone number for Philadelphia Photographics. They're next on my list to call.

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Philadelphia Photographics does C-41 @ $5/roll, B&W @ $7/roll, and E-6 @ $9.00/roll. That's long sleeved, process only. 215-625-9678.
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I shopped hard for the box of portra 400 (120) I bought about a month ago and Adorama had the best price at the time though only about a buck less than the other sources...
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Greenfield Photo Labs called back. The business they share space with, Perfect Image, has a location in Hershey that processes B&W and E-6. I think their E-6 is outsourced, but either way, the prices aren't competitive to Philadelphia Photographics at $9/roll for B&W and $20/roll for E-6.
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Here is Bower's Photo prices outside Reading, Pa:

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The general price is approximately $22.05 for 24 exp. and $30.33 for 36 exp. b+W 35mm film. The price for 24 exp slide is $11.95 unmounted and 15.95 mounted and for 36 exp. slide $14.95 unmounted and 19.95 mounted. These must be prepaid in order for us to process.

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Lomography 120 Lomographic ISO 100 Color Negative Film (3 Rolls)

Anybody tried this?
It is presently $11.90 for 3 rolls at B&H
About half the price of the mainstream ones.
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Lomography 120 Lomographic ISO 100 Color Negative Film (3 Rolls)

Anybody tried this?
It is presently $11.90 for 3 rolls at B&H
About half the price of the mainstream ones.

I was also interested in it, but after figuring in shipping, a 5 roll box of Ektar or Portra 160 cost about the same per roll from Amazon with Prime shipping for what I assume is better film.
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Sam, You are right, I just ordered a 5 pack 120 film Ektar (iso 100) from Amazon $26.50, free shipping with some other stuff.
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QuoteOriginally posted by wombat2go Quote
Lomography 120 Lomographic ISO 100 Color Negative Film (3 Rolls)

Anybody tried this?
It is presently $11.90 for 3 rolls at B&H
About half the price of the mainstream ones.
Wombat, I know that this may be a bit late, but I picked up some of that film a little while ago (135 though) and just sent it off to be processed. I'll let you know as soon as I do whether or not it's any good.
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