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Old 03-24-2008   #1
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Default Where to process 120 film?

I wonder if anyone can help me out:

I am looking for a lab where I can send my 120 film to be developed and scanned to CD. I would like to find a place that will do both things for me instead of having to send my film to one lab for processing, and then the negatives to another place for scanning.

Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

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Default Re: Where to process 120 film?

Since it's been two days and nobody answered I would suggest asking the the Film section, which you can find here.

Btw, where I'm from all shops give you a CD with the photos with no extra charge. Isn't that the practice everywhere else. Guess not.
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Default Re: Where to process 120 film?

Try Duggal in Manhattan.
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I get 35mm slide film developed there, but they do 120.
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Default Re: Where to process 120 film?

It could be hard. I have not found anyone willing to transfer to cd. My best guess would be a small, privately owned photo lab/store.
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Default Re: Where to process 120 film?

New Lab and A&I will do what you're asking, but they're across the country from you:

NEWLAB Digital Photography Services - San Francisco Oakland Bay Area

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Since it's been two days and nobody answered I would suggest asking the the Film section, which you can find here.

Btw, where I'm from all shops give you a CD with the photos with no extra charge. Isn't that the practice everywhere else. Guess not.
I would say yes, when I used film I was getting a CD with all of my shots included as well. Cant remember how long ago that was but it cant hurt to ask.

I've heard that some of the companies have big web presence as well like Walmart, Costco and others doing work over the net. Just depends where you are located.
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No, I pay for a cd of images and I have to request it. Maybe it's a geographical thing?
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The Icon in Los Angeles....

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They do excellent work. They process my film 35mm and 120/220 and roll scan at processing.
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New Lab and A&I will do what you're asking, but they're across the country from you:

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Default Re: Where to process 120 film?

This just came back from the Icon. It is a roll scan (6.5 megs) from 220 film in a Mamiya 645AFDII. The film was the new formulation Fuji Pro 160c.


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