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#1 Film Idaho

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Posted 25 April 2006 - 06:24 PM

I came across Cinelab in Massachusetts and they seem to run pretty competitive prices in just about everything. They clean and prep all the film they process for free and if you telecine there they lower the cost of processing. And they will also telecine to SD (ten bit) on a hard drive at no extra cost.

But just how good is their telecine. I know its rank. But is it worth $0.25 per foot (or is it $0.18?) for a Scene-to-scene color corrected 16mm?

I am dying to try some of Kodak?s negative b&w films (PLUS-X 7231/ DOUBLE-X 7222) and the new VISION2 50D 7201.

I've heard good and bad things just wanted to double check before I commit anything.

Thanks!

Alex Mason

P.S. Anyone know if they have student discounts?
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#2 Canney

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Posted 25 April 2006 - 06:44 PM

www.cinelab.com

I've used them for processing and they are pretty good. As far as telecine quality I don't know, but I think they'd be pretty good and I have been to their facilites in person. Pretty nice place they have and the got a good operation there.
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