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    Lab for cross processing ektachrome 120 and sheet

    Hi, I wonder if there are any labs, particularly in Canada, that are reasonably good and reasonably cheap at cross processing ektachrome film.

    I picked up 9 boxes of 4x5 and 55 rolls of 120 (all expired) and I'd like to wait untill after final exams to start with the colour (just bought the enlarger and still need to make a tempering bath) but she who must be obeyed, is getting ants in her pants.

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    Where do you live? In Montréal, DAFO Éclair is 7$ for X-processing a roll, and shouldn't be too expensive for sheets either. They use a dip and dunk system, so no scratch, fast, and great quality control. One of the employees used to be an official Kodak product tester. They will definitely accept a mail order.

    514-286-9151 121, rue de la Commune Ouest , Montréal , QC H2Y 2C7
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