Old 08-10-2016   #81
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Excellent E6 lab in Perth, Australia:

http://www.churchillcolorlabs.com/

Friends of mine are using it and they are extremely satiesfied.
I've got two additional recommendations from my Australian friends:

1. Australia:
atkins.com.au

2.New Zealand:
http://www.wps.net.nz/
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Old 08-10-2016   #82
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Looks like lti in NYC stopped e6
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Old 08-23-2016   #83
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Hi,

excellent E6 lab in Madrid, Spain:

http://www.interphoto.es/

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Old 09-27-2016   #84
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For reversal film shooters in Mexico:

http://www.lmi.com.mx/index.html/index.html
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Old 10-20-2016   #85
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My Canadian friends told me this Canadian E6 lab can be highly recommended:

http://www2.borealislab.qc.ca/borealis/
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Old 10-20-2016   #86
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Regarding New York: I had 40 rolls of E6 120 developed here:

http://vistaimaginggroup.com/

and was very happy with the result.
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Old 12-01-2016   #87
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Hi,

my friends in the UK told me these are the best E6 labs in the UK:

www.peak-imaging.com
http://www.ag-photographic.co.uk/
http://www.palmlabs.co.uk/
http://www.photographique.co.uk/film.php
http://www.ccimaging.co.uk/
http://www.johnsalimphotographic.co.uk/e6.html

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Old 01-08-2017   #88
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A good Polish friend has recommended this E6 lab in Poland to me:

http://lablab.pl/
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I'm in Malaysia at the moment and there's E6 at http://colordotcomphotolab.com

...and I work there part-time
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Old 02-05-2017   #91
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Due to one of my photographer friends in Israel, this is an excellent E6 lab in Tel Aviv:

http://www.pandalabs.co.il/english
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Old 02-05-2017   #92
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It's been more than a year since I had a roll of E-6 developed, but last time I checked, you could still have E-6 developed through all HEMA department stores in The Netherlands: Any Dutch city.

I think I've shot about twenty rolls of E-6 in the past five years, all developed at/via HEMA, all in good quality; So good that I'm guessing they were processed at the Fujifilm Steenbergen plant.

It usually takes less than seven days.

Cost: hema.nl says €3.50 for development.
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I have used Walmart in Pleasanton, CA, they send to Oregon. I've been worried, because someone here said they scanned and didn't return the positives or negatives.
I was told the same thing. I think I'll "donate" a throw away roll for testing.
Of course if they tell me up front that I will only get a CD of scan files in return then I won't waste a tool of 80's or 90's film.
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Friends of mine in the US switched to
AgX Imaging
some time ago for all their E6 work. They are now extremely satiesfied:
- excellent quality
- excellent service
- very fast
- very cheap: only 6 / 7$ for 120 / 135 film processing (that is much less than even C41 processing at lots of other mail order labs!).

http://www.agximaging.com/
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Old 03-22-2017   #95
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For our friends in Croatia:

http://www.foto-centar.hr/
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Old 06-21-2017   #96
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A completely new lab just started in Spain (but also doing international business):
Film enthusiast and reversal film lover Marc Marti has built a new lab for colour reversal E6 film processing and also BW reversal film processing. And even motion picture reversal film:

www.filminalab.com

http://filminalab.com/en/home/
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Old 06-21-2017   #97
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Citizens Photo in Portand, OR has yet to be mentioned.
http://www.citizensphoto.com/processing/
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Old 07-04-2017   #98
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A completely new lab just started in Spain (but also doing international business):
Film enthusiast and reversal film lover Marc Marti has built a new lab for colour reversal E6 film processing and also BW reversal film processing. And even motion picture reversal film:

www.filminalab.com

http://filminalab.com/en/home/
That are very good news!

And we have even some further good news, this time for our Australien friends:
Stephen Frizza, owner of the long established 'Lighthouse Lab' has opened up a further completely new lab in Sydney, the 'Rewind Lab':
https://rewindphotolab.com.au/
https://www.facebook.com/rewindphotolab

He is offering quality E6 processing for only 7,50 AuD !
That's a great bargain.

And for those in the US looking for excellent E6 quality at very reasonable prices (8$):
http://www.agximaging.com/

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Old 09-13-2017   #99
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And another good option for E6 development in France:

http://www.processusphoto.com/

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Old 09-13-2017   #100
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AgX Imaging, 228 W 14th Avenue, Sault Ste. Marie MI, 49783 Have done excellent professional quality work with my E6 processing. agximaging.com
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Old 10-25-2017   #102
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Good news for film photographers in New England / Maine:
A complete new lab offering E6 processing (and C41, BW):

https://www.northeastphotographic.com/

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Old 02-03-2018   #103
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Good news for our friends in France:
Another new E6 lab:

http://homemadephotolab.com/
https://www.facebook.com/homemadepho...?fref=mentions

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AgX Imaging, 228 W 14th Avenue, Sault Ste. Marie MI, 49783 Have done excellent professional quality work with my E6 processing. agximaging.com

Looks like AgX Imaging is indeed the top lab (highest quality at very low prices and excellent service) in North America for E6:
I've just talked to three of my friends in the US who are using this lab: And all are extremely satiesfied and highly recommend them.
http://www.agximaging.com/
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Old 07-15-2018   #105
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Looks like AgX Imaging is indeed the top lab (highest quality at very low prices and excellent service) in North America for E6:
I've just talked to three of my friends in the US who are using this lab: And all are extremely satiesfied and highly recommend them.
http://www.agximaging.com/

Good to know.
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Old 11-13-2018   #106
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AgX Imaging, 228 W 14th Avenue, Sault Ste. Marie MI, 49783 Have done excellent professional quality work with my E6 processing. agximaging.com
I can confirm that:
During my time in the US I have used them lots of times, and I have been very satiesfied:
- excellent quality
- excellent service
- very fast
- very cheap (cheaper than lots of labs want for C41)
- very friendly
- completely dedicated to E6, they are real reversal film enthusiasts.
Therefore another vote for http://www.agximaging.com/ as a recommended lab for film photographers in North America.

During my two months in the UK I have used "The Darkroom" in Cheltenham.
Also a very good lab for E6. Both concerning quality and service.
Here is an insight into this lab, a very informative video report about them:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-Iu7rAo5wo
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For the South Germans among you, let's add Blow Up Fotolabor, Jahnstrasse 36 in Munich to the list.
http://www.sw-foto.de

They do B&W, C41 and E6 + wet prints for 35mm and 120, possibly large format as well (I never asked, I don't do LF). I went to Blow Up after another lab did a sloppy job on some processing (scratched negs etc.) and never looked back. Blow Up Fotolabor is professional and quick.

The only thing they will not do is 127 processing. Too bad. My girlfriend had a crush on a Rollei Baby so I offered her one recently. Time to learn to process ourselves I guess
Maybe they didn’t accept 127 film a couple of years ago but they do now. I had a 127 film developed there in December 2018. Perfectly happy with their service.
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New highest-quality lab in Germany

Hi,
very good news for E6 users in Germany and Europe: JOBO artisan, a sister company of JOBO International (the lab-equipment manufacturer) is now also offering high-quality lab-services, including E6 processing:
- Processing with a new JOBO CPP-3 rotary processor
- always fresh chemistry for every run, no replenishment system like in roller or dip-and-dunk processors
- processes run by a very experienced photo-engineer
- very attractive prices: 6€ for 135 and 120; 3.5€ for 4x5", 14€ for 8x10"
- turnaround time three days.
http://www.joboartisan.com/labor-service

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Old 07-30-2019   #109
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There is also a lab now "in the middle of the Atlantic", on the Azores islands!!
They are doing C41, SW and E6. At very low prices:
http://focus-ag.blogspot.com/p/precos.html
https://www.facebook.com/FocusAG/
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