Looking for Dev only service in UK

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by Scottie, Mar 10, 2006.

  1. Scottie

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    I have eight roll's of 2 year expired print film - mainly Fuji Superia 200.
    After reading the expired film thread I have decided to give it a try, however as I have a neg/slide scanner I am looking for a UK based company who can develop the film and send me the neg's.

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  2. Dave Parker

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    Most any processing lab should be able to a process only for you, that is pretty common...

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    As Dave said. For colour negs I go to a minilab in a local Waitrose supermarket and tell them to only develop, no prints. They'll usually do it while you wait (only takes about ten minutes or so per roll) and costs about £3 to £4 per roll.
     
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    Buy a copy of Amateur Photographer - there are lots of adverts by processing labs. I guess you're rather a long way from Waitrose!
     
  5. Scottie

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    I bought a copy today and Transpacolor do a process only service at £4.20 for 36 exposures.
    I usually get my slides done from them and the quality is excellent.

    I don't like using the high st shops, there is a branch of Klick in town and the quality from them is dreadful, if you have 37 exposures on a 36 roll they only give you 36 print's!!

    transpacolor.com
     
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    Hi
    I can also highly recommend Transpacolor. I have all my 120 colour films deved by the never had any problems. They also di my cross processing without extra cost but I haven't done any for along time since agfa rsx 100 disappeared.