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01-22-2018, 06:52 PM   #1
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C-22 Processing

I need to find someplace that will process C-22 process 120 film. I have found a couple of places on line (one says it will be 6 months to a year to get the film back!) but I hoped someone here might have a recommendation. It is not a critical issue. I recently picked up a 6x7 and there was a roll film in the box. I decided to load it for testing without looking at it closely. I thought it was probably old and it would be better to test the camera with old film rather than a new roll since I had no assurance that the camera worked at all. When I unloaded the film I saw the C-22 label and realized I had a problem. If there is not reasonable developer around anymore I can just load up a new roll to test the camera so it won't be a big loss.

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Here's a lab fairly close to you that I used before for C22 and got satisfactory results with quick returns. They list 120& 220 for C22 processing on their roster. Hope this can help.

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Thanks, Bob. I will check with them.
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Apparently it can be developed in B+W chemistry too.

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QuoteOriginally posted by dsmithhfx Quote
Apparently it can be developed in B+W chemistry too.
Is there a photographic process (excepting instant film, like Polaroids) that doesn't use silver for capturing the image, and thus can't be processed with B+W chemistry?
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Is there a photographic process (excepting instant film, like Polaroids) that doesn't use silver for capturing the image, and thus can't be processed with B+W chemistry?
Yes. Digital capture.
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QuoteOriginally posted by dsmithhfx Quote
Yes. Digital capture.


Chemical process
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