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    No joy today in Jessops,regarding E6 mailers. A very helpful staff member told me to buy them via there website,not sure what to make of that,so be going elsewhere.

    I will send out my first two rolls off to Peak Imaging,as read some very good feedback on here.

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    Another vote for The Darkroom, Cheltenham. I haven't tried Peak so can't comment, but you may have had a narrow escape if Jessops send to the Fuji lab. I had so many problems with Fuji's E6 processing that I'm actually paying for my remaining stock of already process-paid Sensia to be processed by The Darkroom (and I'm a tight git!)
    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Roberts View Post
    Another vote for The Darkroom, Cheltenham. I haven't tried Peak so can't comment, but you may have had a narrow escape if Jessops send to the Fuji lab. I had so many problems with Fuji's E6 processing that I'm actually paying for my remaining stock of already process-paid Sensia to be processed by The Darkroom (and I'm a tight git!)
    Steve
    I thought Fuji's processing was outsourced?

    Tom

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    Fuji films used to go to a lab in Leamington Spa (Warwick on the postal address) called Standard Photographic. I used to work nearby and would always look into their bins when I walked passed to see if any photo stuff was salvageable.
    Steve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Roberts View Post
    Another vote for The Darkroom, Cheltenham. I haven't tried Peak so can't comment, but you may have had a narrow escape if Jessops send to the Fuji lab. I had so many problems with Fuji's E6 processing that I'm actually paying for my remaining stock of already process-paid Sensia to be processed by The Darkroom (and I'm a tight git!)
    Steve
    Oh no!. I just brought a batch of outdated Sensia process paid!. Steve what was the problems you experienced?,as it may be five or six years since i last sent films to Fuji Lab. The quailty in the past was always of a very high standard.

    Cheers

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    >>>I thought Fuji's processing was outsourced?

    It is, Tom. Perhaps I should have said "the place where Fuji get their E6 processing done".

    Steve

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    Here's another vote for Peak Imaging. I've just got a set of slides back from them on some expired Velvia 50 - the original one, so pre 2005. The colours are just great.
    Peak's form is a bit of a faff but they are quick, the packaging is good and the quality is perfect. They printed my half-frame negs up two-to-a-print without any fuss as well.

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    I've used Peak too and they're very good, but another person who has never let me down is Pete Gaffney here:

    http://www.metrocolourlab.com/index.htm

    His prices are also very good.

    John

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    I can recommend Palm Labs in Birmingham. After a few disappointments elsewhere I tried them about three years ago and have used them ever since. Very good for B&W too. Very knowlegable, friendly and helpful.

    I think they are linked or have an affinity with AG as they advertise for each other on their web sites.

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    Palm Lab also offer a colour optical print service and don't charge extra for push /pull.
    Steve.

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