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    Just an note for those of you living too far from Dublin: Gunns will send out supplies by courier with a next day delivery. Ring Louise on 01 4781226.
    www.thephotoshop.ie
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    Any good CLA shops in Ireland

    Hi,

    Can anyone recommend and good place to bring a 35mm for a CLA. I have an old Minolta SR1 (approaching 40 years old) and I'm thinking it could do with a CLA in the new year.

    Any suggestions?

    David
    I want to take the photograph I think I'm taking

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    Hi

    I got a couple of OM's repaired and serviced with these folk, it took about 3-4 weeks and cost about £100 per camera but they came back in beautiful order. They're helpful on the phone too

    http://www.lutcamre.demon.co.uk

    regards

    Marcus

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    Processing of 120/135

    I found Hand Imaging to be very friendly and helpful, especially now, when many local pharmacies no longer take film in to be processed, let alone stock it.

    http://www.handimaging.com/

    Downloadable pricelist on their site. If you're doing your own scanning, it's dead cheap to have them just process only.

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    Just want to add another online supplier from Germany, www.macodirect.de

    Their prices are good and carriage charges are very reasonable.
    www.thephotoshop.ie
    www.monochromemeath.com

    "you get your mouth off of my finger" Les McLean

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    Quote Originally Posted by thefizz View Post
    Just want to add another online supplier from Germany, www.macodirect.de

    Their prices are good and carriage charges are very reasonable.
    I second that, do check their prices against Uk prices, I have found them to be cheaper for both product and postage. They also do the Foma paper range.

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    Any one doing Hasselblad repairs in Ireland? Will be in Ireland for the month of May 09, and just thought I'd check in case of a problem.
    Thanks, Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by smith View Post
    Any one doing Hasselblad repairs in Ireland? Will be in Ireland for the month of May 09, and just thought I'd check in case of a problem.
    Thanks, Bill
    Heres two people that will repair Hasselblad, both in Dublin

    Alan 087 1350345 (mobile)
    Declan 086 668 4400 (mobile)

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    Hi,

    almost six years since the last post.

    Today I brought my nephew in to Gunns to buy his first few rolls of Ilford B+W film.

    Mr. Gunn himself was behind the counter and he couldn't have been more helpful.

    Apparently demand for film in Dublin is growing in recent times.

    Take care...

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    Not bad that a traditional retailer is still going strong given it is 8 years since Gunns was mentioned and even better that Mr Gunn was still behind the counter. In terms of the speed of rate of change 8 years used to be the blink of an eye. A mere instant over which time little changed. Now it's a lifetime

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