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CGW
06-03-2011, 01:58 PM
David Nardi's E6it service is down till further notice. He tells me work demands and chemistry issues(no more Kodak 5l E6 kits)are to blame. As of last week, he told me it may be some time till he's processing again.

CGW
06-03-2011, 01:59 PM
We process black and white, E6, and C-41 in house weekly. For more details call 905-632-7722.
We are at 489 Guelph Line, south of the QEW, north of New Street in Burlington, ON.

Price list?

wogster
06-03-2011, 03:01 PM
We process black and white, E6, and C-41 in house weekly. For more details call 905-632-7722.
We are at 489 Guelph Line, south of the QEW, north of New Street in Burlington, ON.

That's hardly Toronto though, but honestly, this is an old thread, and I gave up on colour film and retired the camera I was shooting it with. I still have my B&W camera though, but would like to replace it with a refurbished Konica T2.

CGW
06-03-2011, 03:03 PM
That's hardly Toronto though, but honestly, this is an old thread, and I gave up on colour film and retired the camera I was shooting it with. I still have my B&W camera though, but would like to replace it with a refurbished Konica T2.

There's still Silvano's and TIW for E6+C41.

David William White
06-03-2011, 03:31 PM
I've been taking my occasional roll of slide film to Burlington Camera for 20 years & just picked up my stereo roll from the Hamilton meet. BTW, that was $14.50 for a 24.

Don't forget Downtown Camera on Queen for Toronto. Last I checked they were still doing E6 same day. And APUG advertiser Elevator Digital in Leaside will do a batch (6 rolls, I think) for $60 on demand anytime.

hpulley
06-03-2011, 09:55 PM
It's great that you still process in house but weekly still makes me sad. Sign of the times but I remember one hour service not that long ago.


We process black and white, E6, and C-41 in house weekly. For more details call 905-632-7722.
We are at 489 Guelph Line, south of the QEW, north of New Street in Burlington, ON.

CGW
06-04-2011, 03:31 PM
It's great that you still process in house but weekly still makes me sad. Sign of the times but I remember one hour service not that long ago.

The fastest service I've found among surviving pro labs is TIW that still offers in by 11 out by 3 on weekdays. Silvano's service varies between 3 days and a week. Burlington's weekly schedule isn't worth the gas when I'm already downtown a day or two a week. I'm bummed out by no E6 in Mississauga. Have a pile of E100GX i'd like to shoot.

Mike Wilde
06-07-2011, 08:37 AM
This is one of the reasons I am waiting on 4- 4x5 tanks with floating lids, I bought from another guy on APUG.

I do my E-6 at home, mostly with 35mm and 120 in daylight tanks. I am currently using up some out of date Kodak chemistry, but have also mixed from scratch in the past and have achieved quite good results that way.

For 4x5 the daylight tank I have for the hangers takes too long to fill and drain, and does not pour elegantly in the dark with the lid off to sped up fliud transfers.

So my plan is to set up a sink line to process my LF e-6.

I find that 'the film guy' at camera swap shows around the GTA has such a glut of 4x5 E6, at very reasonable prices.

It may need a wratten in front of the lens to correct shifts, but at $15-20 for 50 shhets, I am not going to bitch about those little issues.

medium_format
01-30-2012, 05:55 PM
Northern Artists Pro Lab at Yonge and St Clair .Does Daily e6 runs of 35mm and Medium Format. 2 hours if you call ahead!
Also c41 and Black and White on site. Infrared Too!
Also X-Process available.

They have a film fridge still, which is nice in this day and age.

CGW
01-30-2012, 06:33 PM
Northern Artists Pro Lab at Yonge and St Clair .Does Daily e6 runs of 35mm and Medium Format. 2 hours if you call ahead!
Also c41 and Black and White on site. Infrared Too!
Also X-Process available.

They have a film fridge still, which is nice in this day and age.

Thanks. Usually use TIW but a "Plan B" is always good to have. Both labs will probably get a bit more traffic with Silvano's closing for keeps this week. Their quality really tanked over the last few years as volume petered out.

David Nardi
02-07-2013, 05:24 PM
I'm once again developing E6 and C41 film. A quality, affordable alternative to the professional labs.

Visit www.e6it.ca for more info.

Please read the FAQ page under the More Info tab to learn more about minimum film quantities, shipping and packaging, customer discounts, and processing frequency.

David