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    $7.50 for C-41 developing only. With prints it goes up to around $18.

    I heard of a local lab that does E-6 for less than $6. I'll need to look into that
    Those who know, shoot film

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    I have a fuji minilab in our photoshop. We charge €3.50 for dev only (35mm C41) and €7.99 for dev and 24 prints (6x4"/10x15cm).

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    C-41 $2.15 (with Tax) No prints or scans. Wait time 20 minuets.
    E-6 Mounted $7.41 (24 roll with tax) 10 days (where I live Dwain's processes for Fuji so I save shipping)
    E-6 Mounted $8.47 (36 roll with tax) 10 days (where I live Dwain's processes for Fuji so I save shipping)
    Dr5 $42.00 for two rolls, plus the long 6 week wait. (worth every penny, and the wait)

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    C-41 120 or 220 $5.29 (with tax) No prints or scans. (2 days)

    Super8
    B&W Super8 $25 (with shipping both ways for one, 3 days) $10 a roll processing, shipping is a killer on this.
    E-6 Super8 $15 (with shipping both ways, 15 days) I am testing Fuji via Rite-Aid right now, price may drop.


    I process my own E-6 Stereo film, and mounts are $27.95 for 100 chemicals run about $3 a roll
    I have processed standard 35mm slides at home as well when I was in a hurry, but I hate mounting.
    I do B&W at home as well, $7.50 for 8 runs, I do both 35mm and 120 so I can't say X rolls but it would be 8 120 or 16 35mm. I go one shot with developer and the fix is reused once.

    I print very little of my work so I don't have costs on that, but there is either a slide show or a home movie on the screen at my house at least once a week.
    "Would you like it if someone that painted in oils told you that you were not making portraits because you were using a camera?"
    "Shouldn't it be more about the joy of producing and viewing the photo than what you paid for the camera?"

    Me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Gray View Post
    $12/roll for developing, tiny index print, and 4000x6000 scans off of 35mm from Precision Camera. Scanning sizes for medium format are different, but still large.
    That's not a bad price for the file size. I get 2mb at the $18 price I noted and I'm a little put off by it. Problem is, shipping prices. Returns are always priced with handling charges which negates any savings. I may just try a test roll thru Walmarts out service and see.
    W.A. Crider

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    Shipping for me was $8 total for 10 rolls. I feel like that is reasonable.

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