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04-08-2010, 10:06 PM   #1
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Where to develop the film in U.S.

Could somebody tell me where I can develop the film...

04-08-2010, 10:09 PM   #2
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QuoteOriginally posted by henryjing Quote
Could somebody tell me where I can develop the film...
Your house!


If you mean black and white, we may just try to convince you of that.


As for labs in that town, someone may know one, if you're patient.


What film?
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fuji 35mm color negative

In Shanghai I usually send them to some professional shop...
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I do think there'll be a nice pro lab somewhere in Cinci for that...... if not , there are places to send through the mail. It's not Shanghai, but I think there is enough in that town that there's still likely a good pro-lab or two.

Ritz Camera (a chain) always used to do good color negative, but you may get mixed results now in the digital age, as regards prints.

For pro labs, I only really know Boston and New York. But welcome. (if you're new here)

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If in doubt just send it to Dwayne's
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If in doubt just send it to Dwayne's
I agree.
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You also have an option of Walmart (will send it out) and Costco. Ask someone at a decent camera store in your area for any local mini labs.
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Dwaynes is good. Blue Moon Camera and Machine are also good. I deal with both. I get my c41 film done at the local B & M since they are the only in-house place left in the state capital of Florida.


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Dwayne's is a good place to send it if you're in doubt and want the best processing.

I take most of my C41 to my local Target store. They do a good job and the development is cheap! They'll develop for $1.00/roll, prints aren't that bad on price and they're optically printed rather than digitally, and if you ask nicely they may do photo CDs for $2.49 with 3 rolls to a CD (usually they do 1 roll to a CD.)
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QuoteOriginally posted by unixrevolution Quote
Dwayne's is a good place to send it if you're in doubt and want the best processing.

I take most of my C41 to my local Target store. They do a good job and the development is cheap! They'll develop for $1.00/roll, prints aren't that bad on price and they're optically printed rather than digitally, and if you ask nicely they may do photo CDs for $2.49 with 3 rolls to a CD (usually they do 1 roll to a CD.)
Ditto. I do see a difference in Dwayne's work and the minilab. I don't see the difference between the minilab in the Walgreens and the more expensive local labs. I generally use the Walgreens down the street. They know what I want, as well.
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for slides (e6) i use NCPS (via ken rockwell) www.northcoastphoto.com i get them scanned and it is reallly nice! not cheap though, about 20$ a roll including dev/scan.

for c41 i use local places, it comes back great! i used a walmart for kodak gold 100, wonderful prints! also super cheap!
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Has anybody visited Dwayne's lately. The last time I was there (anticipating needing an order form) I got an infection. My virus scan software shut me down quick. That's was a few months ago. So, I'm a little hesitant to press the graciously supplied link above. I now have two exposed 110 rolls ( yes taken by my pentax) that need developed.
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