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#1 H2O lover

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Posted 09 March 2010 - 09:56 AM

Who do you use for your E6 processing?
I have found a few places online that will process E6 and they are about 1/2 the price my local photo shop charges. I know should be supporting my local business but these guys are rude and not very helpful. They act as if they are doing me a favor by taking my money. If it makes a difference I'm shooting Astia 100.
Thanks John

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Posted 09 March 2010 - 03:14 PM

Who do you use for your E6 processing?
I have found a few places online that will process E6 and they are about 1/2 the price my local photo shop charges. I know should be supporting my local business but these guys are rude and not very helpful. They act as if they are doing me a favor by taking my money. If it makes a difference I'm shooting Astia 100.
Thanks John


Astia is a great UW film.

If you can find someone that processes in the Fuji equivelant chemistry (CR56 i think) you will be even happier with your results, I know I saw a difference going from the Kodak E6 product to the Fuji soup.

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