Velvia 100 in 8x10 to be Available in U.S.

Discussion in 'Product Availability' started by Eric Leppanen, Feb 7, 2006.

  1. Eric Leppanen

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    Thanks for posting this Eric. I don't shoot 8x10, but it is always good to know. I wonder if J&C would be interested in carrying this for those who are shoot 8x10.
     
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    Hmmm, I wonder what E6 labs in San Francisco can handle 8x10...
     
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    Calypso Imaging in Santa Clara. $4.70 per sheet. I use them all the time for 4x5 E6, they are fast and do good quality work. I recommend them.
     
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    Do they do develop by mail? I live in Marin, so Santa Clara is a bit of a hike. I've also been wondering how NewLab's work is.
     
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    Oh yes, no problem..... I'm a bit further away than you are; Hawaii. I've had 4x5 orders turn around in less than a week. They send orders over $80 by FedEx free. BradS also had his transparencies from the Galapagos processed there, I think he was happy with the service.

    http://www.calypsoinc.com/
     
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    Heh, yeah. I guess you wouldn't be running down there over lunch to pick up your slides, would you? ;-)