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    Large Format E6 in Ireland?

    Hi all,

    I am planning a trip to Ireland and am considering buying and processing all of my film there - to avoid the airport security hassle. We'll probably start and end the trip in or near Dublin. I plan to shoot E6 exclusively. I need both sources of sheet film and good labs at which to have it processed. Any recommendations / suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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    try these, if you cant contact them, give me more info on your requirements and I will phone them for you.

    LSL Photolabs Limited,
    25 Lennox Street,
    Dublin 8.
    Telephone: 00353(1) 4781078
    00353(1) 4781503
    00353(1) 4781611
    Email: photolab@indigo.ie
    Hours of Business: Monday to Friday, 9.00 am to 5.30 pm

    Primary Colour
    Unit 7,
    Whiteswan Business Centre,
    Greenville Avenue,
    Dublin 8
    Phone: 353(1)4548744
    Email: info@primarycolour.ie

    Jim Butler - C/O Repro 35
    +353-(0)1-6621077
    info@repro35.ie

    DM Prints Ltd, 69 Merrion square, South Dublin 2
    +353[0]16610010
    email dmprints@eircom.net
    Last edited by Fintan; 11-10-2004 at 06:15 AM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: e-mail address added

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    Fitan,

    Thank you! One less little detail to worry about.

    Brad.

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    what film do you want to use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fintan
    what film do you want to use?
    I am thinking Fuji Astia or Kodak E100G.

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    what size, 5x4 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fintan
    what size, 5x4 ?

    Yes.

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    I have checked with a company called Image Supply Systems, they have these films. They ask that you contact them prior to your trip to ensure that they have the quantity you need. Film is more expensive in Ireland I think, please make sure you are happy with the prices before coming over.

    Image Supply Systems,
    Liberty Lane,
    Camden Row,
    Dublin 8
    phone- +353 1 478 2520
    fax- +353 1 478 3953
    email- images@indigo.ie

    they actually recommend this company for processing;

    Primary Colour
    Unit 7,
    Whiteswan Business Centre,
    Greenville Avenue,
    Dublin 8
    Phone: 353(1)4548744
    Email: info@primarycolour.ie

    Have a nice trip !

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    Thank you

    Fintan,

    Thank you again. This is a great help. I'll have to buy you a pint.

    Brad.

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    hehe....you wont have any trouble finding pints of guinness or processing them



 

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