110 Film Development and Printing
We Develop or Process and Print all makes of 110 film in our Laboratories using quality Kodak Chemistry and Paper. All films are individaully processed, Digitised and then given a quick makeover on our software before Printing.
|110 C41||110 Kodachrome slide|
|Develop and Print||£19.99||£45|
|Scan to CD Optional extra||Add £15||Add £15|
|Re Prints from 110 Negatives||£2.49 Each Frame||£2.49 Each Frame|
KEY Facts and How to Order
1 Identify the film (format 110 , always a set of Numbers see below)
2. Identify the Processïng ( C41 or some other usually Kodakchrome)
3. The processes are either C41 or KodakChrome
4. How much? ( click here for a brief outline)
5. Download and Print the order form ,fill in , pack securely and post.
6. How Long ? (110 C41 process Print film usually 3-4 weeks and 110 Kodachrome films usually 3- 5 Months)
Click to Downlaod and print your Old Film Order Form for 110 Film
About 110 Film and How to Identify
The 110 cartridge was introduced by Kodak in 1972 with Kodak Pocket Instamatic cameras. The new pocket-sized cameras became immediately popular, and soon displaced competing subminiature cameras, such as the Minolta 16 series, from the market. Fujifilm stopped manufacturing 110 in September 2009.
Although the format is commonly associated with print film (C41 Process Image A), Kodak also produced Kodachrome 110 slide film until 1982 (see Image B)
110 is a cartridge-based film format used in still photography. It was introduced by Kodak in 1972. 110 is a miniaturised version of Kodak's earlier 126 film format.
HOW TO IDENTIFY
Check the label for the brand (not important) but along side it you will seeï¿½ it will say
1. 110 film and Process C41. (see Fig A) Use order form Line 1
2. along with 110 it will say Kodachrome 64 or even some other name BUT not C41 (see Fig B) use Order form Line 5 for any other old film
About our Service.
We will process film as carefully as possible because we know that these posibly has great sentimental valve. Therefore we use our expertise to process in a manner that is most likey to give good results. Very often we have to process them as a B&W film even if it was colour film for that is the most likely to give any viable image. All Kodachrome Film is processed as a B&W negative.
After Processing they are scanned and images are given a quick digital fix-up which means they are adjusted for brightness and contrast. This is an automated process but it makes huge improvements on faded negatives then on Photoshop and they are manually worked by a experienced technician . The manipulations include
- Brightness and contrast adjustment by eye
- Grain Reduction
- Edge fog reduction
- The removal of major blemishes where practical
Even with these extensive manipulations, often the quick digital fix-up initially performed on the film, creates an image that can be little improved.Some images are greatly improved, most are somewhat improved and others little improved with the manual fix-up. Please note this is not a major restoration work.
After this we have the images sent to our printer .