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    120 developing - Where to

    Hi all,

    I'm sure there are people on here that shoot medium format film so I was wondering where you get it developed.

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    Danny

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    Though I've got a few rolls in the fridge still, but as our local photographer has shut down,
    this is also of interest to me. I found this place amongst others in a search.

    Fillum might know when he gets back on.
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    Thanks Ameerat, I found that and had a good look. It looked like a great place to start. Have you used any of the recommendations on the list. I also found a link to Camera Warehouse which says that they process and scan for $13, which sounds like a bargain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danny View Post
    Thanks Ameerat, I found that and had a good look. It looked like a great place to start. Have you used any of the recommendations on the list. I also found a link to Camera Warehouse which says that they process and scan for $13, which sounds like a bargain.

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    No. None of those. Last I had done was at local and now closed 'tog's I reckon any large (or local, or maybe Kmart-type)
    photographic service could help.

    Now, about your "bargin". - Beware, as it may give you disappointing results. For $13 you're going to get a very perfunctory
    scan, I reckon - low res, 8-bit mass production. Ask them what they do in their scan. If they can't/won't tell you, don't
    take it up as an option. Cripes! Scanning negs is not a light thing.

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    If its b&w, you can use Blanco Negro on Botany Rd in Redfern or these guys (http://www.sydneysuper8.com.au) in Newtown. I've used these guys plenty of times- http://www.visionimagelab.com.au

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    Quote Originally Posted by ameerat42 View Post
    No. None of those. Last I had done was at local and now closed 'tog's I reckon any large (or local, or maybe Kmart-type)
    photographic service could help.

    Now, about your "bargin". - Beware, as it may give you disappointing results. For $13 you're going to get a very perfunctory
    scan, I reckon - low res, 8-bit mass production. Ask them what they do in their scan. If they can't/won't tell you, don't
    take it up as an option. Cripes! Scanning negs is not a light thing.

    yep at about 1/3 of the cost of most places that I have googled, it does raise a few alarm bells.

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