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  1. #11

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    Apr 2005
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomWB
    Earl, I've written to B&H for clarification. I went to my B&H account, where I checked my order history. On September 9, 2004, I ordered 10 PK-36 mailers which cost $4.79 each. They now list PK-24 for $3.99 (seems correct )and PK-36 at $8.99 (seems wrong). Yes, my recent kodak mailers have gone to Dwaynes, with good results. If I hear back from B&H I'll post it here.

    response from B&H:
    Kodak has closed most of the labs that do Kodachrome processing and that is why the prices have increased. The cost of the 24 exposure mailer is low because they do not make 24 exposure rolls of Kodachrome film anymore.

  2. #12

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    Feb 2005
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    I can definitely recommend my local lab here. They are at www.chromfilmlab.com. Never had a problem and are very nice to work with.

    Paul B

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