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lcarlson 9:18pm, 24 January 2008
I have my medium format TLR Yashica D camera here. I plan on taking it out and shooting a few rolls here and there. Where would you guys suggest on getting them developed based on past experiences/prices?

Thanks!

Laramie.
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K. Praslowicz 11 years ago
What kind of film? B&W, C-41 or E-6?

I'd give a different suggestion for each one.
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Hambone Lewinski 11 years ago
I'm not sure. I've done all my own for B&W and C-41 color.

FYI (in case you don't know), C-41 is color negative film and E-6 is color slide film.

Jason
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lcarlson 11 years ago
Well, I learn something new everyday. I've got some B&W film.
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K. Praslowicz 11 years ago
C-41 black & white, or Traditional Black & White. :D

If its traditional, best(read: cheapest) bet would be to sucker jnovek or myself into processing it for you, and return some scanned negatives. If its a C-41 type, just drop it off and First Photo. Shouldn't cost much(if any) more then any other roll of color film.
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Hambone Lewinski 11 years ago
What film is it? If you're not sure if it's C-41 B&W or silver based B&W one of us can probably tell you which it is.

Jason
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lcarlson 11 years ago
It's some cheaper film that I picked up here at the bookstore on the UMD Campus.

Arista.edu ultra b&w film
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Randall Cottrell 11 years ago
ah yes...i concur
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lcarlson 11 years ago
Any further help?
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Hambone Lewinski 11 years ago
Ah, I missed your previous post.

Yep, Arista Ultra is actually repackaged Fomapan -- I shoot it all the time. It is a true B&W (silver based B&W) film. What speed?

You ever make it up to Scholastica? If you are ever up there you can just swing it by my office one day and I'll develop it for you.

Jason
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lcarlson 11 years ago
I've shot a few 400 speed rolls. I'm at UMD for college over here, so we could probably just meet up some time.

Hit me up via the flickr mail, and we can figure out some sort of a payback.
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