E-6 Cine Processing

E-6 cine film processing

This service is for processing all modern E-6 compatible cine films such as….

  • Kodak Ektachrome 100D (7285)
  • Kodak Ektachrome 64T (7280)
  • Fujichrome Velvia 50D
  • Fujichrome Provia 100D
  • Wittnerchrome 100D
  • Wittnerchrome 200D
  • Wittnerchrome Astia 100F Konfekt
  • Spectra V-50
  • Cinechrome 100D
  • Cinechrome 200D
  • KAHL Colour Chrome UT-18

Push ( ‘forced’ ) and pull processing ( +2 stops to -1 stop ) is also available.

Super 8mm films are returned with leader attached to the head of the roll and supplied on a 50ft plastic reel ready for projection.

Standard 8mm ( 50 ft from 16mm 25 ft rolls ) are slit and spliced after processing with leader attached to the head of the roll and supplied on a 50ft plastic reel ready for projection.

Specially slit and perforated formats such as 9.5mm films are returned rolled ( no leaders ).

16mm films are returned on the supplied spool or core ( no leaders ).

Please note: We cannot process older ‘E-6’ type films or offer a colour negative ‘cross-processing’ service (ECN-2 processed though E-6) because these films have a rem-jet backing which we’re unable to remove during processing.

 

Super 8mm cine film ( 50 ft cartridge )
£17.90
Standard 8mm cine film ( 25 ft spool )
£13.90 
Double Super 8mm ( up to 100 ft )
£0.35 per foot ( £10.00 minimum charge )
9.5mm cine film ( up to 100 ft ) £0.35 per foot ( £10.00 minimum charge )
16mm cine film
£0.45 per ft ( £10.00 minimum charge )
16mm cine film ( 100 ft )  £45.00
Clip test ( 8mm 1st foot / 16mm first two feet ) £2.60
Push / pull process £1.95 extra ( +2 stops / -1 stop in 1/3rd stops )

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 Do you have Kodachrome ?

If you have any Kodachrome film for processing, you’ve missed the boat having them developed in colour now. The last service for process K-14 ended in December 2010 by Dwaynes Photo lab.

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The only practical option left is having Kodachromes processed as B&W negatives ( and getting them scanned for viewing as positives ). Specialist laboratories such as Film Rescue International in the USA can help.

 

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