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    Super 8 film

    Where can I get Super 8 film developed?

    I have a track of Tri-X Reversal Film 7266 8mm film.
    I was wondering if George's Camera would develop it or if I could just go to Rite Aid or something...

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    In NYC I use Pac Lab.
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    Dwaynes in Parson's, Kansas will do it.

    Walmart used to be reliable and cheap, because they sent it to Fuji labs. I developed a lot of regular-8mm through Walmart but they ruined the last roll I sent them by routing it to the video transcription department instead of the the development department and exposing it to room light. So don't use Walmart.
    f/22 and be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetterSense View Post
    Dwaynes in Parson's, Kansas will do it.
    Dwayne's doesn't do black and white reversal film. I have used Pac-Lab (referenced above), and have found their service to be excellent.
    "Panic not my child, the Great Yellow Father has your hand"--Larry Dressler

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    I haven't used them recently, but there's also Yale Lab in LA, and Spectra Film and Video is another good one. Spectra was offering cut down and reperfed Velvia in S-8 at one time with processing. Not sure if they still do it, but it was a good looking film. I think I still have a reel or two in the freezer that I should find a project for.
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    or there is Niagara in Toronto. http://www.niagaracustomlab.com/prices.htm nice folks
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