From: Ryan Marino (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Mar 28 2009 - 10:21:53 PDT
For the High Con I'd say Yale or Pac Lab could probably do it. For the VNF
Yale or Possibly Dwanyes but you might want to look into it since most
reversal labs only really work with the current e6 which might result in
them processing your VNF as e6 which would work but it wouldn't be the best.
On Sat, Mar 28, 2009 at 12:31 PM, Roger Beebe <email suppressed> wrote:
> I'm in the middle of teaching a 16mm production course & a bunch of the
> students bought hi-con for their final projects after I showed them how to
> hand process. Now some of them have decided they'd rather have it processed
> at a lab (mostly because I only cross-process as negative & they want
> positive images. I'd rather have negative images & not deal with sulfuric
> acid). ANYWAY, I'm wondering what labs can handle hi-con & how we tell them
> how to process it. One of the students just shot some footage rating the
> stock at ASA 12, which is obviously a made up number, since the stock
> doesn't really have an ASA rating. Any ideas?
> Second, I'm wondering if anyone out there knows if there are labs that
> still can handle the old VNF Ekta. I've got a lead on a bunch of rolls of
> the stuff, but I don't want to foist unprocessable film on my kids. It
> would save 'em a ton of money though, so if there's someone out there who
> can handle it, I'd love to know.
> Thanks much,
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