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    Quote Originally Posted by CGW View Post
    Sad testament to the collapse of mass market demand for film. Costco stores around Toronto killed film processing almost 3 years ago. Although Fuji.ca seems bent on yanking processors out of their mini-lab customers' Frontier lines, 35mm processing seems to be down a trickle at the Frontier-equipped lab I use.
    The Walmart I use does at least a few films everyday ( I ask if they've had any in today when I drop mine) They just put their develop only price from $3 to $5 CDN. I'll be ordering a C-41 kit from B&H very soon. I do all my own B&W, but have never done C41, so cheap to have it done - till recently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff L View Post
    The Walmart I use does at least a few films everyday ( I ask if they've had any in today when I drop mine) They just put their develop only price from $3 to $5 CDN. I'll be ordering a C-41 kit from B&H very soon. I do all my own B&W, but have never done C41, so cheap to have it done - till recently.
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    Yup. Loblaws is pretty much done with film, too. There's one left in Mississauga that will actually process 120 C-41. Their 35mm dev/print is so-so but getting pricier. They keep muttering that it may be gone later this year. My local Costco was actually quite good for the money.

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    Last time I got anything done at target the kid behind the counter signed me up for 8x10s of every negative without me knowing, flat refused to pay the $90 dollars they were charging, they threw it away right in front of me. The best a manager could give me was "sorry".

    I realize what "XXXX is phasing out C41" means for the greater good but if my experience is any indication then Target was doing more to hurt the film industry anyways.

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    Sorry to hear about Target, I wonder how many are going this route.

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