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    Film processing in the UK

    Hi,
    I've been an ardent digital photographer for some years now and having purchased a Fuji X100 last year, have loved the "back to basics" and simplicity of it, that I've decided to go back to film with the purchase of a Nikon F5 - I've shot with a D300 in the past and had lot's of glass most of it suitable for the F5.

    My main question is, while I want to get the film processed onto paper/slide, I'd also like to get a digital render of the image too. Looking around the web I've not found a processing firm that will do decent resolution scans of negatives and was hoping someone on the forum could point me in the right direction.

    Thanks

    Rod

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    Peak Imaging in Sheffield
    Palm Laboratory in Birmingham

    Not used either for scanning, but I have used Peak for some 5x4 negs - Reasonable turn around time, beyond that, I can't comment on their other services.

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    I've used Peak Imaging for E-6 in the past, but not for scanning. Looks like they have a range of resolution options though, and I've found their service to be fast and problem-free.

    Ian

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    Ilford do a good B&W service - http://www.ilfordlab.com/

    The Darkroom do a wide range of both Colour and B&W - http://www.the-darkroom.co.uk/

    I too can recommend Peak Imaging in Birmingham

    Martin

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    Thanks for the info chaps!



 

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