E-6 Colour Film Processing

Colour transparency (reversal) films are machine processed to the highest standards using full specification Fuji Pro6 professional E-6 chemicals.
Process quality control is densitometrically maintained in-house using E-6 control films along with chemical monitoring and management.
All modern Infrared E-6 films can be handled as well as offering additional services such as ‘clip testing’ and ‘push’ or ‘pull’ processing.

35mm films are returned in acid-free polypropylene sleeves.
Unfortunately slide mounting has now been discontinued due to Gepe ceasing manufacture of all slide mounts ( including machine feed lab mounts ).
However, there is the option of purchasing a box of Kaiser 35mm plastic slide mounts for those who wish to do their own mounting.

120, 220 roll films are returned in anti-static polyester & acetate sleeves.

Cross processing (C-41 colour negative film processed through E-6) is not recommended.
Please ask for advice before shooting.
 Films can be left uncut if required.

35mm 24 exp dev & sleeve £6.00
35mm 36 exp dev & sleeve £6.50
35mm Bulk dev & sleeve per foot £2.00
120 dev & sleeve £6.50
220 dev & sleeve £13.00
110 £6.00
126 £6.00
127 £6.00
620 £6.50
70mm Bulk dev & sleeve per foot £3.50
Clip test £3.00     ( 35mm 1st 7″   /   120 last 4″ )
Push / pull process £2.00 extra   ( +2 stops  /  -1 stop  in 1/3rd stops 
Mounting only 50p per frame ( Kaiser C.A.M 1.8mm slide mounts )
Mounting only £2.00 per frame ( Gepe 3mm anti-Newton glass mounts )
Kaiser C.A.M 1.8mm plastic slide mounts ( 38 )
Supplied in plastic storage box ( for self mounting )
Plastic slide storage box ( blue & white )
holds 38 1.8mm slides.
E-6 Movie film processing see E-6 cine processing

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Do you have Kodachrome ?

If you have 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 to have Kodachrome films processed as B&W negatives ( and getting them scanned for viewing as positives ). Specialist laboratories such as Film Rescue International in Canada can help.

To make an enquiry, please contact us here