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    Mail Order Lab Recommendations for 35mm?

    Anyone have a good, reliable, mail order lab they are currently using for 35mm slide film? I want to send my 35mm slide film to get developed, E-6 processing. My local lab has been having trouble recently and after having several problems with Dwaynes, I need to find a new lab. The only other "labs" in my area are local pharmacies and Walmart. Any suggestions?

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    When I don't have the time to do it myself, I tend to use Fuji's own service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woolliscroft View Post
    When I don't have the time to do it myself, I tend to use Fuji's own service.

    David.
    It should be noted that in the US now, Fujichrome processing (i.e. trannies only), is now done for them by Dwayne's. I'm not aware of Fuji offering "in-house" processing of print film.

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    I've been really happy with Dwayne's for Kodachrome, and I'm thinking of giving them a try the next time I shoot any Fuji slide film as well to see how they do. I do have a local lab who can do same-day E6 and I've been using them when I shoot Fuji slide film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snegron View Post
    Anyone have a good, reliable, mail order lab they are currently using for 35mm slide film? I want to send my 35mm slide film to get developed, E-6 processing. My local lab has been having trouble recently and after having several problems with Dwaynes, I need to find a new lab. The only other "labs" in my area are local pharmacies and Walmart. Any suggestions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by copake_ham View Post
    It should be noted that in the US now, Fujichrome processing (i.e. trannies only), is now done for them by Dwayne's. I'm not aware of Fuji offering "in-house" processing of print film.
    if/when you drop off at a walmart or sam's club or ?? unless it is a chrome film, 120 format or b/w they do it inhouse at fuji. they used to do it in ct somewhere, but now ship it all to albany new york. i have been dropping off a lot of film there, and haven't really had much trouble. we have about 7 or 8 rolls to pick up tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by snegron View Post
    Anyone have a good, reliable, mail order lab they are currently using for 35mm slide film? suggestions?
    Not much use to you personally but for readers in the UK I recommend http://www.the-darkroom.co.uk/ very quick and very high quality.

    Cheers, Robin

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    The Slideprinter (Denver Digital Imaging)

    Highly recommended - formerly The Slideprinter, now Denver Digital Imaging:

    http://www.theslideprinter.com/

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