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    What are you paying for color film developing/printing?

    From Dale Labs down here in Fla.
    36 exp print with 4x6's $17 + shpg.
    36 exp print scanned (only) to CD $18 +shpg. (was $9 last year)
    36 exp slide $10 + shpg.
    Shpg $2.75; Free with mailer to lab.
    At my return rate for good shots I can't afford not to shoot slides.
    W.A. Crider

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    Wal-Mart
    120 6x7 print film with 4" prints: ~$1.80
    120 6x7 reversal develop only ~$4.80
    135 reversal develop and mount ~$6.50
    no shipping costs, sent out to Fuji or Dwaynes. Wal-Mart personnel never touch the film.
    10 day turn around. Only wish I lived closer.

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    36 exp. C-41: $9.99-$13.00

    36 exp. E-6: $7.50-$13.00

    The price depends on the lab I go to. The closer lab is more expensive, and the further lab is cheaper. They're about the same quality, but it depends on how much I shot which lab I go to.
    "Panic not my child, the Great Yellow Father has your hand"--Larry Dressler

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    120 and 135:
    c41 - $5
    e6 - $6

    not including shipping or gas. the lab is about 45 mins away by freeway.

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    C:41 - well under $1/roll for C-41 (120 or 35mm or 4x5), doing it at home with Kodak chemistry, 1-shot on most solutions but saving bleach.
    E-6: probably similar but I haven't set it up for that yet.
    Prints: RA-4 on Kodak Endura @ home - 8x10s at probably 45cents each for paper and chemsitry costs.

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    Postage costs (£3.50) are almost as high as processing costs (£4) here. So I tend to wait until I've got five or more films to send out. I've almost breached the cost/hassle boundary where the hassle of home C41 is a better option that the cost of using a lab. Prints are dead cheap, I make them myself.
    Steve.

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    Pro lab C41 dip and dunk, $5.75 for 135 or 120 develop only.

    B&W film, prints and RA4 prints done "in house".

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    A 135 roll of colour negative was developed by the Optician behind my parents' corner for €2.90, development only. They brought it to a colour service (Colorfly) in Rome. One of the two messed around quite a lot because we did not receive back the roll that we brought in.

    Fabrizio
    Fabrizio Ruggeri fine art photography site: http://fabrizio-ruggeri.artistwebsites.com
    Stock images at Imagebroker: http://www.imagebroker.com/#/search/ib_fbr

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    £4.50 for C41 develop & 3000x2000 scans. Need to factor in postage though.

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    ABC Photocolor, Vancouver BC.

    Developing: CDN$ 4.95 per 36 exp roll.
    4x6 proof prints: CDN$ 0.45 each. (They are supposed to be individually color corrected).

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