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    E6 processing in CT

    The last lab I know of in Fairfield county, Connecticut, is no longer processing E6. Can anyone recommend a good lab in the area, or am I doomed to Fuji mailers from now on? New York is also a possibility, but the prices are usually higher there.

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    I think mail order is your only option. I have been in the same boat you are in for three years now.
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    I'm in Fairfield, too. There are no good labs. I was recommended Photographic Solutions in Norwalk, but they screwed up $300 worth of processing for me. They refunded what they messed up, but I'm still left with dirty film.

    Honestly, I think I'll be sending my E6 to the lab Ken Rockwell uses in San Diego, due to their high-resolution (15 megapixels) scans, or Elevator Digital. There are quite a few good labs in NY, ask Photo Engineer. He knows of the good ones.

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    I use Dale Labs (www.dalelabs.com) for E-6 and they do a great job and they offer great scans at the time of processing. I have Ilfochromes made by Visual-Imgaging (http://www.visual-imaging.com/). I have found that they have the best prices around. They do amazing work. Ilfochrome is wonderful.
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    Thanks

    Thanks for the quick responses.

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    Patrick

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    In New York is one of the best: Praus Productions in Rochester.

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    Patrick,

    You might try Cooper's Imaging, www.coopersimaging.com; in Norwichtown. I have just recently used them for Black and White and C-41, and were pleased with those results. No E-6 yet, but my next slide film will be going there - this after I had a roll from A&I disappear in the mail.

    George

    P.S. Last I knew, they do have a mail service.

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    Their prices are pretty high, and the $30 super high-res scan is only "9 megapixels."

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    That is expensive.....
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    E6 Processing

    There is a lab in Harrison, NY (Westchester) called PDK Labs. They are still doing E6, and I'm pretty sure they are using Fuji Chemistry. Small lab with friendly staff. Very knowledgeable.
    Last edited by alank; 07-10-2009 at 10:00 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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