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#1 John Adolfi

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Posted 07 July 2006 - 07:57 PM

How amuch are the 64, 200 and 500 films?
How much to process and where. One stop shop?
High quality? Price breaks on processing and transfer at one facility?
Thanks.
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#2 steve hyde

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Posted 07 July 2006 - 10:08 PM

best thing to do is call Kodak since prices change all the time. They don't post prices.

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Cinelab in Boston is a onestop super 8/transfer house. I think Spectra in CA is too...

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For highest quality Super 8 transfers I use

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#3 timHealy

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Posted 07 July 2006 - 11:05 PM

How amuch are the 64, 200 and 500 films?
How much to process and where. One stop shop?
High quality? Price breaks on processing and transfer at one facility?
Thanks.


Film costs vary depending on where you are in the world.

In NYC prices from Kodak directly cost about $135 a roll for 400 feet of 16mm color negative. Figure about 25% of that for a 100 foot roll. Black and white cost about 40 percent less, more or less.

And they have student discounts.

Definately call kodak for the freshest film stock.

Then you may get recans from several places and save a modest amount of that.

You can make lots of phones call about processing and transfer but the quality of the transfer is dependant on the experience of the colorist. You basically get what you pay for.

best

Tim
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#4 Guy Bennett

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Posted 08 July 2006 - 04:00 AM

How amuch are the 64, 200 and 500 films?
How much to process and where. One stop shop?
High quality? Price breaks on processing and transfer at one facility?
Thanks.



If you're willing to do some basic research, you can probably get answers to all of your questions in a few minutes. Check out On Super 8, where you'll find links to film suppliers and labs around the world. Most of them will indicate prices for film, processing, and transfer on their websites.
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