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paullantz

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Mail in photo processors in Canada
« on: May 10, 2009, 11:32:40 AM »

for some reason, I just bought a film camera on ebay (Canon FTb the same model I bought in 1971 although that one has some issues) and would like to try it out. There is no film processor where I live so I am wondering where people send their film by mail. I used to mail to a place called York.
One of these days I might get a tank and some chemicals and develop film again, I don't have space for a darkroom so I would probably just scan negatives.
thanks for any suggestions,

Paul
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Mail in photo processors in Canada
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2009, 08:44:58 PM »

Quote from: paullantz
for some reason, I just bought a film camera on ebay (Canon FTb the same model I bought in 1971 although that one has some issues) and would like to try it out. There is no film processor where I live so I am wondering where people send their film by mail. I used to mail to a place called York.
One of these days I might get a tank and some chemicals and develop film again, I don't have space for a darkroom so I would probably just scan negatives.
thanks for any suggestions,

Paul

Paul, try mailing to Stan C. Reade in London Ont. They have a website with full address. They still do E6 and I send my (very occasional) Rollei TLR films to them.  
Tell'em I sent you - James Cowie is the owner, good guy.
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