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    120 processing in LA?

    I'm going to be staying in Mar Vista until next Saturday and was wondering what a good place to get 120 slides/c41/bw processed? Cheapest/fastest possible would be nice but in the end I guess I'm not too worried. Thanks.

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    A&I in Santa Monica is the place to go for quality results and quick turn around. I think they have a lab in Hollywood too. It's kind of pricey though. I take my sheet film there. I take all my rollfilm to Walmart but that's around a 2 week turn around time which won't work if you're leaving in a week or so. Can you wait till you go home?

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    Samys Camera processes film they are on Sepulveda south of Culver.

    http://www.samys.com/stores.php

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    I use two of them:

    Icon on Wilshire near La Brea
    A&I with locations in both Santa Monica and Hollywood.

    Samys just sends it out, so be prepared to wait longer. The two labs I mentioned will turn things around in 24 hours or less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noah977 View Post
    I use two of them:

    Icon on Wilshire near La Brea
    A&I with locations in both Santa Monica and Hollywood.

    Samys just sends it out, so be prepared to wait longer. The two labs I mentioned will turn things around in 24 hours or less.
    No, Samys processes C-41 in store. They send black & white to A&I. Slides you will have to call and ask them.

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    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

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    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    If you get it in to them before the daily pickup, Samy's will usually turn around in 24 hours if it is process only.

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    I have my velvia processed by A&I Hollywood. They do quality work, highly recommended.
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    A&I in S.M. is Closed.

    I heard that as of the first of Jan 2010, A&I in S.M. is closed.
    Only the original Hollywood store remains.

    For 120 C-41, try Goldencolor on Olympic Bl. 1 Blk E. of Doheny.
    In Beverly Hills. Ask for their pro pricing guide.

    For 120 B&W go to Schulman Photo Lab on Sunset Bl.
    N. side of St. just W. of Wilcox, after " Cross Roads of The World ".
    In Hollywood.
    Last edited by Vanishing Point Ent.; 02-06-2010 at 05:20 AM. Click to view previous post history.



 

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