Agfa CT Precisa 100 Film Processing

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by Steve Smith, Sep 12, 2008.

  1. Steve Smith

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    My father has been given several rolls of this film, all of which contain an envelope to return for processing.

    Is this still being carried out by Agfa or should we just send it out to a local lab for processing?



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    If they're AgfaPhoto mailers, AgfaPhoto no longer exists, so I doubt anyone is honouring them now...
     
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    That can't be right surely. If its on a piece of paper it must be honoured. Well I hope so as I've just bought a load of cheap holiday vouchers on e-bay from a guy who has had to change his plans at the last moment. They were issued by a company called Excel. He said that there were several planes available at various U.K. airports so I can pick and choose which one to fly from :D

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    It might be fun to send one off anyway and see what happens.



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    Agfa "official" pre-paid processing was dealt with by the same lab at Coventry who carry out the official UK Fujichrome/Jessops/Boots prepaid slide services. (They do a first-class job :smile: )

    The Agfa liquidators arranged for prepaid envelopes to be honoured only up to 31st December 2007 (that's official, I checked with them :wink:).

    As CT100 is an E6 film, the Fujichrome lab will still process this (and any make of E6 film) at their normal prices, or any E6 lab will oblige.

    Google Fujichrome UK lab, or similar search.