Photo Labs in Vegas

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  1. lomomagix

    lomomagix Member

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    Howdy everybody!

    I'll be going to Las Vegas later this month and will be staying for a considerable length of time. Could anybody tell me about any good photo labs in the area that process medium format film? And is there anyone there you know that can do some CLA for some old lenses?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Richard Raymond

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    Sahara Camera (corner of Sahara and Eastern) has machine processing. Not sure about Casey's Camera down on Trop. I think they send their's out. No place for CLA. Most of the stuff gets sent to CA. Dip and Dunk would be in Arizona or in Colorado. May be something in Salt Lake but I am not sure.
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    I would second the recommendation of Sahara Camera. I bought a lens from them some time ago, very nice people. One of the surviving Real Camera Shops<tm> in the area.

    I've been by Casey's many times, never stopped in. No particular reason, just never did. :smile:
     
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    There was a good commercial lab over on Industrial Drive and they turned e6 around in an hour. Could be gone now, though...Evan Clarke
     
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    Thanks for the tips guys! I'll check out that Sahara Camera when I get there!
     
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    Nevermind, it's gone to 2600 W.
     
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