Frankly, given everything that PE and Steve said about how hard it would be to process,the materials, and the time, and this price does not surprise me. If someone could have done it for $20-30 bucks a roll I don't think it processing of it would have stopped.
I think that is good to put this option out there Steve, but as my freezer is only full of old BW film, I am mot a candidate to be a customer. I hope someone bites as a want to see what they look like!!
Other things you can do with an idle $250?
For me, a KEP-M gallery print, 81cm x61cm, dibonded, mounting battens and certificate, ready for the bright lights of the gallery. All that (including scan, colourimetrics, proofing etc) from film that remains available and abundant and is cheap to process. Kodachrome has gone. Tugging at the forelocks of a carcass is bizarre. Move on with what film you have and what is available.
.::Gary Rowan Higgins
One beautiful image is worth
a thousand hours of therapy.
"It is horrifying that we have to fight our own government
to save the environment."