How much does it cost to get black and white film developed?

How much does it cost to get black and white film developed?

Black and white film processing and printing available by mail.

35mm black & white film processing
Film developing
120 black and white film developing $6.59
220 black and white film developing $8.99
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Does Mpix develop black and white film?

Mpix develops your 35mm, medium format film or disposable camera and uploads your images into a secure online album just 1-2 days after receiving your film by mail. Note: We cannot process and do not accept APS (Advantix), E-6 (Slide), true black and white (T-Max or Ilford), disc, 110 or 126 films.

Does Costco develop black and white film?

If you’ve used them in the past, you might be wondering, “Does Costco develop 35mm film?” Unfortunately, warehouse clubs and big-box stores are pulling out of film processing, too. Sam’s Club and Costco cut ties with the format a few years ago, in most – if not all – of their stores.

Is it cheaper to shoot in black and white?

Black and white (B&W) film is cheaper than color. You can often find it in reduced prices. Two: Developing B&W film in a lab usually costs a bit more than C-41 color. It’s a great feeling being in charge of the whole photographic process from shooting and developing through to printing.

How much does it cost to develop 120 film?

120 and 220 medium format film developing, printing and scanning.

120 / 220 E6 film processing
120 film developing $5.59
220 film developing $7.99
4×5 or 5×5 prints at time of processing 60c
120 roll scan to CD $7.99

How much does it cost to develop a roll of film at Walgreens?

How Much Does It Cost To Develop Film At Walgreens? The standard price for developing 35mm film into 4×6 size prints is $14.99 per 24 exposures. You can also get 8×10 size prints of the same film type at $3.99 each.

Why choose the darkroom for black and white film development?

The Darkroom offers professional Black and White film developing, you can trust your 35mm, 120, medium and 8×10 large format black and white film to The Darkroom.

How much does it cost to process black and white film?

Our experienced film staff ensures professional and reliable processing results every time, adjusting processing times to the film manufacturer’s specifications for optimal contrast and density. Starting as low as $12, The Darkroom can Process your Black and White film by mail.

Where to buy black and white film in the UK?

All the chemicals (Fixer and developer) can be bought from jessops (in the UK), just make sure you get ones for black and white film, and quite alot of camera shope will sell black and white film. With a bit of foresight this step can be made alot simpler, it can be a total pain in the arse.

How do I get my black and white film back?

Use our postage-paid mailer or your own, send us your black and white film and we’ll process it, scan your negatives, and upload your images for immediate viewing. You’ll also get your negatives returned in the mail along with your optional prints, photo DVD, or USB drive with your digital images.