Film developing (not darkroom) question...

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  1. Corry

    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    ...I just recieved a call from my gramma. She has a roll of film that is about 5 years old from Seattle Film Works (she used to use them all the time). Now, those of you that have heard of them, know that Seattle Film Works film cannot be processed in a regular c-41 lab. She is pretty sure (could be wrong) that SFW shut down. My uncle couldn't find a website online for them, and neither can I. Does anyone know where or how she can get this film developed? I'd really appreciate your responses! Thanks!
     
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    Dale labs http://www.dalelabs.com in Hollywood, FL did process that film in pass. ItÂ’s leftover movie film stock. I have seen the info on the process before in some photo maz. Try Googleing It.

    :lmao: the process is listed on the Rocky Mountain site as ECN or ECN-2.
     
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    After some searching, I found that snapfish and some others do it. Regular rolls are 2.99 each to develop, but the first roll is free. I'm in the process of emailing to make sure Seattle Film Works rolls don't cost more, but I can't find anythign written about it. I'm sure it's better than $25/roll!
     

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