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Where to get film developed online?

Asked by Melonking (1221points) May 2nd, 2010

I did a bit of searching but found nothing, where can I get old camera film developed online?

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Zen_Again's avatar

What’s film?

Melonking's avatar

OH, I see what you did there ;)

Tobotron's avatar

35mm 120 110?? also where in the world are you cause that will make a difference as far has how good an answer can be for you…

arpinum's avatar

Go to Wal-Mart. They don’t do it themselves anymore, you put it in an envelope and they send it off to Fuji in New York to have processed. The prices are very good, I suspect at or below cost. They will also do 120, 220, c-41 or e-6, just write the special instructions for what you want. They will also give you prints if you need them.

Another more online version is to buy prepaid mailer envelopes. Stick you film into the envelope, send it off, and they will come back in the mail when ready. You can buy them here.
Obviously there is no full online way to do this, since you are dealing with a physical medium.

You can trust the WalMart service, they send it out to professionals, so you don’t have to worry about the slacked jawed yokel behind the counter screwing it up.

xxii's avatar

Shutterfly will do it for you; so will Truprint (UK).

For more professional photo labs, try some of the ones recommended here. I’ve also heard that Richard Photo Lab, Dwayne’s Photo and Bison Photo are good. These options might be slightly more costly but I also suspect that quality will be superior.

PandoraBoxx's avatar

Photolabs is in Ireland and does film processing.

Melonking's avatar

Thanks, the photolabs one looks good.

RedPowerLady's avatar

What exactly is on this film that you don’t want to just take it in to your local store?

Zen_Again's avatar

Methinks you’re onto something, @RedPowerLady. Shhh.

SundayKittens's avatar

@arpinum Wal Mart will do 120?!?!?!?!?

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