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    Film lab

    Does anyone know of a lab that can process color 126 and 110, preferably in the NY/NJ area? If not, other national labs are fine too.

    Asking for a friend up there.

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    Since those are relatively funky formats compared to mainstream:

    http://www.filmrescue.com/
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    Use thedarkroom.com who also happens to be an APUG advertizer. I use them for 110 and APS and they are superb.
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    I know the owners of Film Rescue that Clayne recommended (they are located 45 minutes from my house); great service and very helpful. They do a run every so many weeks, so it is not always quick turn around (the more popular the process, the more they do it). I have seen a lot of film developed there that other professional labs said could not be done.
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    I agree, "Use thedarkroom.com who also happens to be an APUG advertizer."

    at least for 110 film but Blue Moon camera (also a APUG sponsor) is my favorite for 110 film and also look here if you care to.

    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum40/1...film-labs.html
    Last edited by brianmquinn; 08-07-2013 at 06:48 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Dwayne's Photo does 110 and 126.

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    Fairview Photo in Ohio does 126 and 110 - though they are not happy 110 production restarted
    I've only taken 35mm & 120 to them so far. I believe they will handle mail-order.
    http://www.fairviewphoto.net/index.php
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    I still process those film formats I also do DISC Film and Minox, Mind you I am in Australia.
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    Thanks, folks! I'll pass the info along.

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    Dwayne's mail order in Kansas has been good to me.
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