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    Fujifilm SP3000 Mini-lab scanner question

    I'm not the richest guy around, so if I can save some money and avoid sending film through the mail its beneficial to my ability to take pictures, and eat food. The local sam's club has a Fuji SP3000 minilab that I have scans of my 35mm film done with. The scans come out fantastic; the scanner has a good resolution and vibrant color rendition. Sam's club however does not have a film tray to hold 120 size film. After taking with the photo tech and looking at the equipment I believe a 120 holder probably exists and the photo tech said that if I can acquire one I can get my 120 film scanned there.

    SO, does anyone know if a 120 film holder exists for the SP3000, and if so where and for how much I might be able to purchase one?

    One million thanks,
    Evan--a pretty cool guy.

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    This is really a question for Hybridphoto.com unless the purpose of these scans is for posting in the APUG gallery.

    IHO, you'd be better off taking your film to a shop that can actually handle 120, or at least a shop that doesn't expect you to buy equipment for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvanLikesFruit View Post
    SO, does anyone know if a 120 film holder exists for the SP3000, and if so where and for how much I might be able to purchase one?
    I would try these guys...

    http://www.fujifilmusa.com/support/S...do?dbid=673140

    http://www.climaxdigital.com/index.html

    http://www.aaaimaging.com/index.aspx

    http://www.cinidyne.com/

    You will find what are looking for from one of them.

    I hope this helps

    Thanks

    Scott
    Scott Sheppard
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    http://www.insideanalogphoto.com



 

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