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    Shops for processing 120 around Indianapolis?

    I'll be visiting family in Indy starting this weekend, and will probably need processing for some 120 color. Any recommendations?

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    Roberts photo somewhere downtown, sorry I dont know the address. Never been there but I've been told its the best camera shop around
    They supposedly do 35 and 120 (but no sheet film).
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    Roberts is the only place I know of. Its on Meridian Street a couple blocks south of the circle, across from Union Station. The outside of it looks like a pawnshop, lol, and inside looks like a jewelry store until you walk to the back, where the photo dept. is. The camera dept at Roberts is bigger than most camera stores, and they do in-house C-41 and E6 for 35mm and 120. I think they may be about the last place in Indiana. I live in Fort Wayne and our last pro lab (and the last place that did any 120) closed 4 yrs ago
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    Thanks Brian, Chris

    I guess Hoosier Photo is long gone

    I guess I should feel spoiled, I have 3 places within a half hour that do 120 c-41, none are in towns even as big as Ft Wayne.
    None of them do E-6 though, and no sheet film.

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    If it helps any QuickPic in Bloomington about a hour south of Indy still does 120 C-41
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    Barry, what part of Indiana are you in? Yeah, it sucks about the labs closing. There used to be two pro labs in Ft. Wayne that did film up to 8x10 in E-6. Both gone. When I lived in Santa Fe, there was a good pro lab that did 3 hour E-6 processing, and Santa Fe is a small town the size of Muncie.
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    I was speaking of my current home which is in southwestern New Hampshire. Just visiting in Indiana/Indianapolis.



 

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