Current processing services in toronto

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  1. mehguy

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    Any to your knowledge? I know walmart (atleast the one in my area) stopped doing it and costco stopped as well. To my knowledge, Superstore still develops film. They send it out and they charge 8.99 for it. Downtown camera does it but its too far from my place...
     
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    There's still Toronto Image Works for C-41 and B&W processing and you can mail in your stuff.
     
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    I've used Downtown Camera for the past ten years. Their work is good, and (importantly) consistent. Prices aren't crazy either, which helps. I was just in today, and was very happy to see it busy with analog photographers. There was a line of three other people in front of me at the processing desk, and people were buying lots of film. The shelves were busting with more film (35mm, 120 and 4x5) in stock than I've seen in ten years. Lots of big posters up trumpeting shooting film, with deals on Ilford product.

    I heartily recommend them.
     
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    I recommend them as well, they are making efforts to have Kodak stock in place for me and I really like this shop for my darkroom last minute purchases. George is great to deal with and they all remember me so I feel special when walking in there.
     
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    I had been using Downtown Camera for all things important, but was amazed to learn last summer that after all those years the Shoppers at King & Yonge still takes C41. Processing and scan to CD for $3! A treat reserved for Torontonians.
     
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    Yes indeed, it's hard to beat the simple joy of process and scan for $3. I usually take my camera test rolls to the Shoppers at King & Yonge. Unfortunately sometimes the machine is down and getting it serviced seems to take a while.
     
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    We are based in Mississauga and process B&W and C41 colour film, up to 8x10

    We're just in the middle of updating our site so feel free to call if we arent showing something you need.

    www.stormimagestudio.com
     
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    Glad to learn about another option Storm Image Studio.

    An update about the Shoppers at King and Yonge ... they have permanently removed their C41 lab.