From: Graham2 on
Evening all,

Any one recommend an normal film photo processing place ?

Had a look at bonusprint, truprint and colorama.co.uk and would like to know
if anyone knows a cheaper or better alternative to these?

Thanks

Graham


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Graham2 wrote:
> Evening all,
>
> Any one recommend an normal film photo processing place ?
>
> Had a look at bonusprint, truprint and colorama.co.uk and would like
> to know if anyone knows a cheaper or better alternative to these?
>
> Thanks
>
> Graham

I've always been happy with BonusPrint/DoublePrint/TriplePrint.

The times I used Truprint I was never happy with the results.

I can't remember now if Colorama was used by small shops, you used to pop
their with the film and Colorama would pick them up develop them and then
take them back to the shop, if it was these then the quality was hit and
miss.


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From: Lin Chung on
Graham2 wrote:
> Any one recommend an normal film photo processing place ?
> Had a look at bonusprint, truprint and colorama.co.uk and would like to
> know if anyone knows a cheaper or better alternative to these?



I know Boots and Tesco sent their films to Kodak laboratory for processing
and print development. At least that was 10 years ago. I had no complaints
when I used them. Those were the days I used the APS film cartridges.

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From: Graham2 on
"Gavin" <gavin(a)mindless.com> wrote in message
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> On Tue, 29 Jan 2008 00:51:57 GMT, "Lin Chung"
> <lin.chung(a)the.Water.Margin.com> wrote:
>
>>Graham2 wrote:
>>> Any one recommend an normal film photo processing place ?
>>> Had a look at bonusprint, truprint and colorama.co.uk and would like to
>>> know if anyone knows a cheaper or better alternative to these?
>>
>>
>>
>>I know Boots and Tesco sent their films to Kodak laboratory for processing
>>and print development. At least that was 10 years ago. I had no
>>complaints
>>when I used them. Those were the days I used the APS film cartridges.
>
> I thought Kodak had closed down all there film processing labs. Most
> places have the little minilabs so will do them on site rather than
> send off,
>
> When I did them I used Savers who were the cheapest for me, that was a
> few years ago though
>
>
Never thought about them - might ask next time I'm near one - Thanks Guys

Graham


From: Derek on

"Graham2" <glaurenson(a)lycos.co.uk> wrote in message
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> Evening all,
>
> Any one recommend an normal film photo processing place ?
>
> Had a look at bonusprint, truprint and colorama.co.uk and would like to
> know if anyone knows a cheaper or better alternative to these?
>
> Thanks
>
> Graham
Our local camera shop (Timperley) will do onsite processing worth checking
if you have a pro shop nearby.
Derek