Finding a good lab for E6 processing???

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by stradibarrius, Oct 13, 2012.

  1. stradibarrius

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    I need recommendations for a really good lab to process E6 film in 35mm, 120 and 4x5.
     
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    maybe blue moon does it ?
    they are an apug advertiser, and
    from all accounts from people here who have used them
    they do fantastic work !

    good luck !
    john
     
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    Panda Lab in Seattle

    http//www.pandalab.com

    Best regards,

    Bob
     
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    I've heard E-Six Labs (www.e-sixlab.com) in Atlanta does a good job. Also fuji mailers, which end up at Dwayne's Photo.
     
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    Color services in Needham ma. Cleanest line I've ever used.
     
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    Robin Imaging in Cincinnati still does E-6 up through 8x10 sizes.
     
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    E6 processing

    Many people in LA who still shoot film swear by The Icon LA (http://www.iconla.com) They're cheap and VERY efficient.
     
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    Panda Lab does not list 4x5 or larger. Only 35mm, 120 and 220.

    See their current E-6 Transparency Services Price List here.

    Ken
     
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    Data Chrome in Irvine, California. Beautiful work.
     
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    Seconded. Perfect results, fast turn-around, affordable prices, and excellent customer service (I'm painfully shy, but the owner Rochelle is really nice).
     
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    Check out Denver Digital Imaging Center, they run E6 twice a day and they're super consistent.

    www.theslideprinter.com
     
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    e-6 processing

    Citizens Photo in Portland Ore. does E-6 and C-41 processing with Refrema dip and dunk processors in formats 110, 127, 135(35mm) 620, 120, 220, 21/4x31/4 ,3 1/4x 4 1/4, 4x5, 5x7 , 8x10 and Disc.
    Citizens Photo
    706 SE 6th
    Portland, Oregon 97217
    503-232-8501
     
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    Why don't you develop E-& yourself? It's easy. Personally, I get fine results from the Tetenal kit Colortec E-6, much ess expensive than a laboratory.