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Developing Old Film?

I have some old negatives that I would like to get developed and I can't find any place that does that anymore. Does anyone know of a place I can send them? Thanks so much.

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By Jan from Springfield, MN

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I took 2 rolls of film to Walgreens within the past 6-8 months and they were able to be developed.

I've used York (MCW posted their link below) and also Clark Color Labs:

www.clarkcolor.com/.../welcome

At the bottom under "Our Services" you can click on "Send in film".

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November 11, 20100 found this helpful

I believe that York Photo can develop them. Here is the website:

http://www.yorkphoto.com

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November 12, 20100 found this helpful

If you know someone with a scanner that has the part for film, ask them to scan & print. Epson & Cannon and some HP has this.

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Our Epson has that part & my son has scanned film dated by to the 1950's and they came out beautiful.

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October 29, 20200 found this helpful

It's been quite a long time since CANON and EPSON started selling their special scanners to develop old films. They were expensive but surely the prices went down by now, so you should get in touch with some local information technology fan club and ask them. It should cost you less than in a shop. Hope you will get a good result !

Catherine

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