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    In the Portland, Oregon area we have several options beyond the minilabs at Walgreens, Target, and Costco. In order of decreasing service level:

    Citizens Photo...sheet film and E6!! (http://www.citizensphoto.com/)
    Blue Moon Camera and Machine...optical prints!! (http://www.bluemooncamera.com/)
    U-develop/Digicraft (http://www.udevelop.com)
    Picture Perfect (http://www.pictureperfect-pdx.com)
    Pro Photo Supply (http://www.prophotosupply.com)

    I believe that all of the above provide processing by mail. There may be others that I am unaware of.


    Steve

    P.S. From the other comments on this thread, I guess we here in the Pacific Northwest are particularly blessed. We can still get film at drug and variety stores, mini-lab processing is easy to find (there are four mini-labs within five miles of my home), and there is a choice of pro labs in the major cities.

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    www.samys805.com

    http://www.samys805.com/e6-process-mail-order/

    http://www.samys805.com/film-processing/

    Samy's in-house E-6 and c-41 processing.

    really cheap prices too. They're where I send my E-6 until I can get up and running myself. No problems so far.

    $5/roll for 35mm(mounted or unmounted), 120 or 220(yes $5/roll for 220 !!!!)

    support them while you can.

    -Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielStone View Post
    www.samys805.com

    http://www.samys805.com/e6-process-mail-order/

    http://www.samys805.com/film-processing/

    Samy's in-house E-6 and c-41 processing.

    really cheap prices too. They're where I send my E-6 until I can get up and running myself. No problems so far.

    $5/roll for 35mm(mounted or unmounted), 120 or 220(yes $5/roll for 220 !!!!)

    support them while you can.

    -Dan

    That's cheap for 35 mounted. At my local lab, Dales, the charge is $10 + $2.75 shipping. Mailers to send in tho are free. Whats your extra charges?
    W.A. Crider

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    In Chicago, CSW Film Systems (warning: annoying music when you load that page.)

    Because CSW only does dip and dunk, and I need roller transport processing for my Canon bulk back cartridges, I use these guys for those and have been very happy: E Six Labs in Atlanta


    Duncan

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielStone View Post
    www.samys805.com

    http://www.samys805.com/e6-process-mail-order/

    http://www.samys805.com/film-processing/

    Samy's in-house E-6 and c-41 processing.

    really cheap prices too. They're where I send my E-6 until I can get up and running myself. No problems so far.

    $5/roll for 35mm(mounted or unmounted), 120 or 220(yes $5/roll for 220 !!!!)

    support them while you can.

    -Dan
    I posted on this forum a little while ago, just started using them, I mail them about 6 rolls a month and they're fantastic. I don't get my slides mounted, I prefer to scan them, but $5 cannot be beat, even with local shops where I wouldn't have to pay shipping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Puccio View Post
    I posted on this forum a little while ago, just started using them, I mail them about 6 rolls a month and they're fantastic. I don't get my slides mounted, I prefer to scan them, but $5 cannot be beat, even with local shops where I wouldn't have to pay shipping.

    yup,

    they kick ass!

    -Dan

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    I can second Dale Labs in S. FL. I used them for years before I moved away from Pembroke Pines.

    Here in Nashville, we have Chromatics with excellent work and customer service.
    http://www.chromatics.com/Film_Services.htm

    Chris

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    In Philadelphia, there's Philadelphia Photographics: http://www.philadelphiaphotographics.com/ They offer everything from E-6 processing to optical RA-4 prints. I have used them a few times and have always been impressed.

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    Another NYC choice is CRC on west 22nd street near 6th ave, right next to calumet and across the street from fotocare, they do all my non b/w processing and I get excellent results every time, they have a great staff, and very fast turn around (if you're down in the city for just a day, drop off e6 or c41 at 10 am and it'll be ready by 1 pm at the latest, usually.)

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    In Minnesota...
    http://universalcolor.com/

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