develop pin hole pictures at photo lab?

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  1. NEPats37

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    As long as you are careful to make sure that the film is kept light tight during transport to the lab, sure. It doesn't matter how you exposed it.
     
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    I shoot matchbox pinholes and I ask the lab to develop only and not cut it, because the exposures are somewhat haphazard across the film, and I wouldn't want an image cut through the middle.
     
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    what type of film do i use, A 120 cartridge?
    how would i adveance it and then rewind it?
    the box i am using is about 12x6
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