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nishika n8000, film development.

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by erin2300, Jun 26, 2011.

  1. erin2300

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    so today was the first time i ever tried film photography, and my dad gave me a nishika n8000, i bought some 35mm film for it and brought it to a party and used two rolls, the main thing i'm wondering is, because nothing online has really helped me, how do i get it developed? do i need to sent it into the nishika lab? or can i just get it printed at target at costco? should i have just used a holga or a different film camera? is there really no hope for those films?
    because i've seen alot of people say it is really expensive to get 3d film developed, would i be able to just get it developed normally and get the prints?


    sorry i don't really understand the hole printing process. :scratch:
     
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