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Old 01-16-2020   #1
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Can anyone tell me where I can send my C 41 Film for processing and scanning ?
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There's quite a selection of places that showed up in a "c-41 film processing in England " web search, including scanning and cd . Peter
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I have found the Unicolor Powder Kit to be easy to use, requiring only a water tub, hot water, ice and a good thermometer beyond the hardware used for black and white processing. If I didn't want to do it myself, I'd send it out through my drugstore, or if it was important, give it to Tempe Camera.

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The thing is I usually use a quick snap place locally which is very good, but horrendously expensive..but i have a important couple of rolls and was looking for somewhere that people found to be very good and not silly priced, but thanks for taking the time to reply.
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Peak Imaging are not cheap but very good.
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I've never used Peak for 35mm, but they're my go to for my (occasional) colour 120. The last roll had some weird spots on the negs* which they cloned before they did the prints - I'd never have known if they hadn't told me. I was quite impressed by that.

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The thing is I usually use a quick snap place locally which is very good, but horrendously expensive..but i have a important couple of rolls and was looking for somewhere that people found to be very good and not silly priced, but thanks for taking the time to reply.

Have a look at
- The Darkroom, Cheltenham
- AG Photographic, Birmingham afaik.
Both do mail order business, so you can send your films to them.
If you have really many rolls, maybe there is also the possibility for a small discount.


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For inexpensive and very good quality processing and scanning (but not printing) I can recommend FilmDev.

I don't use them but a good friend has got excellent results from SilverPan Film lab
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