OK, how much do you guys pay for E-6 processing?

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  1. spiralout

    spiralout TPF Noob!

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    ...cuz I just spent $8.50 for 1 roll of 36 exp and $7.50 for C-41 120 (plus $.89/print)! The only place I could find around Houston that would process E-6 and 120 film was Houston Photo Imaging, and I was about to cry after I found out how much it cost. :( How much do you guys pay for E-6 and 120?
     
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    If your patient, you can buy fuji prepaid mailers for about 5 bucks. You just pop the film in, slap a stamp on it, and it goes to the lab, and they develop it and send it back to you. Takes about 2 weeks though.
     
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    I pay about 12 bucks canadian for E-6 so yer doin well.
     
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    4,50 euros for E6 and 2,80 euros for C41 (MF & 35mm)
     
  5. Meysha

    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    For a roll of 36 E-6 developed and mounted costs at the absolute cheapest AUD$14 (about US$11). But it usually costs me about 16 bucks coz I'm in a regional town.

    For 120 B&W, a develop only costs $10. And to get them printed costs another $10. But it's usually a bit more expensive for me coz I ask them to push it sometimes. Actually thinking now, I think it costs another $10 if you're using the true B&W film aswell. So it can come out to $30, but I can't really remember. I just stick it straight on the credit card and try to go in denial about it. :mrgreen:
     
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    Is £3.99/roll for processing and mount in Jessops here in the UK. It goes up to £14.99 if you want prints with it and cd. I heard its cheaper if you send it away to the lab by post, i havent tried it yet, primarily because im an impatient imp :blushing: , also theres the worry that your films might get lost in the post :x .

    Try the postal service processing once, its cheaper anyway. If you dont like then find a cheaper lab. theres only one way to find out innit. :mrgreen:
     
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    I pay about $7 for a roll of 36. If I'm taking a class they always give me a discount, they don't even ask for proof (which is why I'd never abuse it). So I've had many a roll developed for about $5. They do a great job.
     
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    $7.50 for 36 exp 35mm E6. $3.99 +$0.70 per print for C41 120 size.
     
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    Where do you get them developed?
     
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    Along the same lines... What's a good pro lab (that does E-6 processing) to send film to? My local shop doesn't develop E-6 or Medium format in house, and I'd just as soon skip the middleman.
     
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    £30 for a one hour service onto CD and printed 6x6".... same for E6 or B&W at 7x5" yikes huh?
     
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    around here it's 7.50 or so to get them developed at ritz camera, and it takes about a week. B&W developing is MUCH more expensive, and takes about 2 weeks.
     

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