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10-16-2008, 06:50 PM   #1
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110 Film cassettes

Any of you guys recommend a place I can get and have developed 110 film cassettes please.

10-16-2008, 08:16 PM   #2
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I normally wouldn't say this, but try Wal-Mart and Walgreens. They may have a Frontier processor that can do 110. Worst case scenario, they can send it out. It is a C41 process.

Edit: I use this company for mail order processing. They have a wide range of services and their prices are reasonable.
http://www.dwaynesphoto.com/newsite2006/color-neg-processprint.html
10-16-2008, 08:27 PM   #3
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Here is another company that I have bought used equipment from but have never had any film developed by them. I have had good service from them regarding equipment purchases.

Blue Moon Camera and Machine
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Thanks Blue.

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Walgreens sends out 110...

And coincidentally, their 110 is on closeout for less than $2/ea. If you want, I can check on ISO and exact price, but I'm thinking 100 or 200 ISO...
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QuoteOriginally posted by ryan s Quote
Walgreens sends out 110...

And coincidentally, their 110 is on closeout for less than $2/ea. If you want, I can check on ISO and exact price, but I'm thinking 100 or 200 ISO...
Thanks Ryan, I'll check out the Walgreens in this area.
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No problem...

Just kind of an FYI...each store is different, but most are close (as far as stock goes) in a district. One store I worked at got rid of 110 about 2 years ago...

But let me know what you find and/or if you would like some rolls.
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thank you Nesster, this is a greate place for vintage camera
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The Frugal Photographer recommends Dewayne's, Blue Moon and Wolfe's for specialty developing including 110.

Fillm Processing for Frugal Photographer customers
10-17-2008, 01:15 PM   #11
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The Frugal Photographer recommends Dewayne's, Blue Moon and Wolfe's for specialty developing including 110.

Fillm Processing for Frugal Photographer customers

I found that link, there is also a link for buying the film.
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Damn Brit, did you buy the beautiful Pentax 110 with the awesome 70mm 2.8? If so wow! Such a neat camera system.
The Frugal Photographer website is a gold mine. Will be buying some film from them. They even have film for the Minox B spy camera. Haven't shot that in a while! Can hardly wait.
Bought the 110 film from Kodak and cut the ISO ridge off. Walmart has no more. They even jerked the film developing out of the Super Center! Only digital now. Every thing else must be sent away. Will check the Walgreens. They do a much better job printing digital than our Walmart.
Wonder if Frugal will bring out B&W or color slide for 110? Its just 16mm movie film cut with different sprocket holes and masked for frames. Would love to do some medium speed stuff. Have the Kodak 110 projector.
Have to study the Frugal website some more.
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Seeing the 110 "promo" shot on Frugal website didn't help with my decision to buy the 70mm or not.. Know where the 70 and 20-40 2.8 are. May try scanning a 110 and entering it in P&S contest.

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QuoteOriginally posted by barondla Quote
Damn Brit, did you buy the beautiful Pentax 110 with the awesome 70mm 2.8? If so wow! Such a neat camera system.
The Frugal Photographer website is a gold mine. Will be buying some film from them. They even have film for the Minox B spy camera. Haven't shot that in a while! Can hardly wait.
Bought the 110 film from Kodak and cut the ISO ridge off. Walmart has no more. They even jerked the film developing out of the Super Center! Only digital now. Every thing else must be sent away. Will check the Walgreens. They do a much better job printing digital than our Walmart.
Wonder if Frugal will bring out B&W or color slide for 110? Its just 16mm movie film cut with different sprocket holes and masked for frames. Would love to do some medium speed stuff. Have the Kodak 110 projector.
Have to study the Frugal website some more.
thanks
barondla

Seeing the 110 "promo" shot on Frugal website didn't help with my decision to buy the 70mm or not.. Know where the 70 and 20-40 2.8 are. May try scanning a 110 and entering it in P&S contest.

Check out POINT & SHOOT CONTEST #11 WINNERS in P&S forum. Enter #12. Any brand camera. Any subject. Enter now!
Unfortunately the shutter button is broken on it so I have to send it to Eric to see if he can fix it. Just in case, I saw another one for sale that had the flash with it fore $35. I bought it and guess what? It had the standard 18mm lens on but also attached was a 1.7 TC.
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Bummer about the first body not working. Hope it can be fixed. Nice to have two bodies.
The teleconverter is interesting. Have a Soligar. Don't know the quality of it. Need to try it.
Have fun with the little 110.

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