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  1. #21

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    Jan 2005
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    Kuiper Belt
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    I've used Toronto Image Works for my 120 E6 and a friend's 4x5 E6. The speed, quality and customer service was as good as that given to a Rolls Royce owner. My local store is having problems with 120 in the E6 machine and suggested TIW.

    http://www.torontoimageworks.com/film_processing.html

  2. #22

    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Location
    Horsham, PA
    Shooter
    Multi Format
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    Most of the rolls that I shoot I take to the local "semi-pro" lab, which does C-41 in one hour and E-6 in three. I call them "semi-pro" because although they do medium format, they don't have the equipment to scan and print quickly; they need to use their Nikon desktop scanner. For my MF work and any enlargements I either go to or send out to Philadelphia Photographics (philadelphiaphotographics.com).

  3. #23

    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Northern England
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    Multi Format
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    31
    Ive not tried sending film away for developing yet- mainly because I 'm lucky to have one very good lab in my home-town who do everything in-house and the cost is reasonable. Also I can check the prints before I leave the shop and if theres a problem they can sort it out- also they are open late after work tonite til 6:30- am collecting a set taken with my Olympus XA3 !

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