Walgreens development

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  1. Oasis196

    Oasis196 TPF Noob!

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    Love that.


     
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    OldManJim No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    "Also in the case of the lab where I work, we use a Noritsu V50 C-41 processor that is control striped monitored for consistent development every time. "

    That's EXACTLY the kind of lab you need!
     
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    As everyone here has mentioned, local labs are the way to go. If you post your location people may be able to offer suggestions on who to go to. I have used both local labs here in Philly with great results. These guys are around the corner from me and do great work. They still do all my color processing but ultimately I do all the BW at home including scanning. Decent scanners are far cheaper than they once were and if you shoot a lot of film it may simply be worth it to buy one and start scanning at home. Most labs have a "process only" deal for color film then you can take it home and scan it.

    If you are in the south jersey/north DE/ Philly area Id be happy to show you how to process BW film.
     
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