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    where to get getting E6 film processed in brisbane

    Wanting to get my Ilford B&W films processed but bit shocked by the prices as havent done it for years, i remember paying like $6 years ago(might of been cause i had a student card Anyone know whats the going rate for getting E6 rolls processed, I rang few places and it varied between $10-16 to get the roll processed and cut and sleeved?

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    ha. $6.00 years ago and now $10.00 - $16.00. It is called inflation!
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    Allchomres, Prolab and Photo Continental will charge a minimum of 10-12 for development. Its really better to just save up 12 rolls and develop your own for $30 of chems.

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    Yeah not sure how confident i would feel processing that many rolls of film in one go and have something go wrong.

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    Do a test roll

    You just have to keep the temp constant. The rest is making breakfast.

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