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Jan 25, 2018 23:07 |  #1

The medium format forums seem a little dead so I figured I'd ask here. I've been thinking of shooting medium format film, there's a shop here that rents out MF film bodies so I was thinking of trying it out. Where's the best place to get it developed? It looks like there's quite a few places that develop film but wanted to know everyone's preferences. Thanks in advance for the advice.


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Jan 26, 2018 01:23 |  #2

I am a ways from SLC, but looking into. Pentax 645N. I do shoot some 35mm film. TheDarkroom.com is good if you push/pull your film. $2/roll, not $2/stop.


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Jan 26, 2018 08:58 |  #3

Thanks for the recommendation I'll look into them.


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Feb 02, 2018 15:51 |  #4

I'm a big fan of The FIND Lab for color. They have different levels of processing, Basic, Basic Plus, and Premium. Basic is develop and scan on your choice of Frontier or Noritsu for $12. Basic Plus is that, but they also give you technical feedback (metering, rating, etc.) on your images for $14. Finally is their premium which is $19, but they do everything from Basic and Basic Plus, but they'll also custom edit your scans to get them exactly how you want them. I've always used Basic Plus, and I'm extremely happy with how they come out, and the feedback that comes with it. They also have the 1for1 program where you can buy film from them, and it's cheaper than buying it from B&H or Adorama. Here's the website: http://thefindlab.com (external link)


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Feb 02, 2018 19:46 |  #5

Thanks for posting this, I was hoping to find a lab that would either be able to give me recommendations and tips for getting the best out of my film, but I've been a little bit pensive since I'm a beginner at film. I'll have to check them out.


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