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#1 Nick Norton

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Posted 05 September 2006 - 04:21 PM

Well i shot two cartridges of super 8 film, one Ektachrome and one Plus-X.

However, i do not know of any places to send my film to be developed.

Does anyone here know a good, reliable place to send film stock to?

I found this place, http://www.framedisc...er8mmmethod.htm, to get the film transfered to mini-dv, but they don't seem to actually develop the film... has anyone went through them? does it seem like a reasonable place to try?

Any information or advice would be really appreciated.



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#2 Edgar

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Posted 05 September 2006 - 10:29 PM

I had used Dwaynes Photo on Kodachrome film with excelent results, they are so fast and give you telecine service for free, i am in Mexico and only wait for one and a half week to watch my movie on the wall. They also works with Ektachrome 64T, this is the link: www.k14movies.com and lets us know for your service opinion on Ekta 64T film.

Im meant to say "Dwaynes Photo give you Prep for Telecine service for free!!!
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