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Mark Norton
Master Film Handler

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From: Hampton Hill, Middlesex, U.K.
Registered: Feb 2004


 - posted June 08, 2006 10:30 AM      Profile for Mark Norton   Author's Homepage   Email Mark Norton   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Just shot a cartridge of the new Kodachrome 64T which I got from Derann as I needed film in a hurry. I ordered before noon and it was on my doorstep at 9am the next morning!
Question is: where best to get it developed?

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Kevin Faulkner
Film God

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From: Essex UK
Registered: Jun 2003


 - posted June 08, 2006 10:43 AM      Profile for Kevin Faulkner         Edit/Delete Post 
Mark, There was a list of labs in Small Format if you have the two copies. Cant remember if it was in the first or the last copy.

Kev.

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Jan Bister
Darth 8mm

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From: Ohio, USA
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 - posted June 08, 2006 09:14 PM      Profile for Jan Bister   Email Jan Bister   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Issue 1/2006, page 9, has reviews of some E6 labs tested around the world... Cine Dia in France, Super 8 Reversal Lab in the Netherlands, Dwayne's Photo in USA and Kahl Film and Andec Filmtechnik in Germany. Is that the one? Mind you there are no UK labs mentioned anywhere. Maybe there were some in the first issue (1/2005).

(Now why did they label the first issue 1/2005 and the second issue 1/2006?)

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Mark Norton
Master Film Handler

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 - posted June 10, 2006 04:21 AM      Profile for Mark Norton   Author's Homepage   Email Mark Norton   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Thanks guys, the Widescreen Centre had been suggested also . I've Emailed the Super 8 Reversal Lab Nederland so i'll give them a go.

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Ugo Grassi
Jedi Master Film Handler

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From: Avellino (Italy)
Registered: Dec 2003


 - posted June 10, 2006 11:46 AM      Profile for Ugo Grassi   Email Ugo Grassi   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Now there is a very good laboratory(it's a professional laboratory for the 35mm) in Italy. the quality processing is very hight.
www.fotocinema.it super8 main manubottom clik on "pellicole" to see the prices. Send a mail to ask the price for the processing only

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Simon McConway
Phenomenal Film Handler

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From: Doncaster, UK
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 - posted June 17, 2006 10:28 AM      Profile for Simon McConway   Email Simon McConway   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I have just had a 64T processed by Dwayne's Photo, USA. Excellent turnaround time of just over one week, and this includes the time taken for my film to get to them. Costs about £9 when you convert the currency. The standard of processing was excellent...no scratches or anything like that. Contact them via www.k14movies.com to download their order form. They will also process K40 should anyone have any left after Kodak cease processing.

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Kevin Faulkner
Film God

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Simon, Was that £9 for the round trip including the processing and 1 week total between the UK and the US?

Kev.

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Simon McConway
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From: Doncaster, UK
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 - posted June 18, 2006 12:46 PM      Profile for Simon McConway   Email Simon McConway   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Well, postage to Dwayne's is about £1 (this was for one film) and time in transit was about 3-4 days. Let me set out the costs more clearly for Dwayne's Processing. The actual processing costs £4.86, according to the conversion website I used. Postage, for Dwaynes to post back to you is around £3 for the first film, then around 30p for each additional film. These prices are taken directly from the Dwaynes order form. My single film, including postage back to the UK, was charged at $18.50 which converts to roughly £9.99. So, they must charge slightly more (maybe £2) for postage back to the UK. But, with the quick turnaround and excellent processing, I have no complaints whatsoever.

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Jan Bister
Darth 8mm

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From: Ohio, USA
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And of course the whole thing becomes more economic when you send in multiple rolls for processing. Though I may find it difficult to actually shoot multiple cartridges and not send each one in as soon as it's fully exposed. [Cool]

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