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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Roberts View Post
    I'm probably one of the people referred to. I have never knocked Kodachrome but see no reason why I shouldn't report on my experiences with Dwayne's (or any other service or product) when the subject is up for discussion.

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    What he said. They have no quality control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickrapak View Post
    Amen to that! My last roll (of E-6) that I got back came back as a clear strip of acetate. The only reason I sent it to them was to use up the old Kodak mailers, but damned if I'm going to use them any more!
    I just received a response from Dwayne's regarding my blank film. I was told that it was my fault, that I fogged the entire roll of film in the camera. Subsequent rolls came out fine, and I didn't have any issues when shooting this roll. They will not compensate me for the film, nor refund me the processing! I am thoroughly pissed off!

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    It's a shame that happened, but don't complain too loudly or some of the people on the other side will say "See, that wouldn't have happened if you were shooting D**it*l."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave in Kansas View Post
    It's a shame that happened, but don't complain too loudly or some of the people on the other side will say "See, that wouldn't have happened if you were shooting D**it*l."

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    Couldn't resist to write it here...

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    I've had absolutely no problem with the approximately 6 rolls of Kodachrome processed at Dwayne's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickrapak View Post
    I just received a response from Dwayne's regarding my blank film. I was told that it was my fault, that I fogged the entire roll of film in the camera. Subsequent rolls came out fine, and I didn't have any issues when shooting this roll. They will not compensate me for the film, nor refund me the processing! I am thoroughly pissed off!

    Fogged the whole roll blank? I find that difficult to believe. Was ANY of the roll black, like the end snip, film edges, between frames, etc?

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    I've not used Dwayne's yet but am wondering about Kodachrome 120. Are there any labs that will process the 120 K64? I know there's a Bluefire Lab that will process it as b/w with scans and printing, but I've not found any for the dye injected color processing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoferrell View Post
    Are there any labs that will process the 120 K64?
    No, there are no such labs. Not since 2001.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMfoto View Post
    Fogged the whole roll blank? I find that difficult to believe. Was ANY of the roll black, like the end snip, film edges, between frames, etc?
    No. Absolutely nothing. It looks almost as if someone processed B&W as C-41 or E-6.

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    I just got a roll of K-25 back the was absolutly perfect. No scratches and very little dust.
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