It's $20 something for 72 shots. That is like $12 per roll of 36 exposure. Plus you save by only having to buy ONE roll of film. They only charged me $5.99 for the CD but the listed price on their web page is higher, perhaps a typo. The point of my post was not to list a cheap film printer, it was to let people know where they could get quality developing for half frame cameras. Remember you get what you pay for. I feel this company charges as fair price for good service.
I always wanted half frame 35mm. One of these days I'll break down and get one!
All film cameras are bargains now. There are tones of cameras I lusted after for years but never thought I could own. Now thanks to digital cameras and ebay I now own a score of cameras. They cost me less then I would have had to pay for two or three of them 10 years ago. Darkroom equipment is also dirt cheap now. So pick up a tank and some 400Tmax (TMY-2) and develop your own.
Originally Posted by Jeff Kubach
The bad news, they closed.
I’m just adding this info because the link to the half frame page is still active and looks like they are still in business.
Didnt look at the date and my first thoughts: "Oh noes! The Pen ST that my GAS so much desires might go up in price now :("
Sad, I guess the roll I sent in the fall was one of the last they processed. They did good work. I admit I was only sending them about one to two rolls a year for half frame work lately. Looks like that did not keep them in business. I will be sending my next half frame roll to
They have done nice work with the 110 film I have sent them in recent years. I would prefer to also gets scans on CD with developing but the Blue Moon prices for high quality scans is too much for me.