Old Film Processing, Developing and Printing

Discover what is in store. Are you ready to be surprised or amazed or shocked? We can process very very old films, it takes between 3 to 5 Months! But it can be done.

Old Film processing has now been a very easy task with fotostation UK`s old film processing and developing service. Now with our latest technology we can process almost any old film ever made. In the year 2009 we managed to process and develop all the films submitted and all were done within 2 to 4 months.

Usually prices vary from £25 to £65 for most films and not more than that and we are always trying to provide the best quality for the film developed.

Just have a look through our list of services we provide on processing and developing films.

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 ), Kodak also produced Kodachrome 110 slide film until 1982 .

For c41 Process use line 2 and for kodachrome use line 3 in the order form

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.


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126 is the number given to a cartridge-based film format used in still photography. It was introduced by Kodak in 1963, and is associated mainly with low-end point-and-shoot cameras, particularly Kodak's own Instamatic series of cameras.

Although 126 was once very popular, as of 2008 it is no longer manufactured, but we can still develop and print it.

Most of the 126 films were C41 Process it (look at the label it will say "process c41".

Prior to that othe process were made like C22 and verichrome, kodakcolor-X. and others

For c41 Process use line 2 and for kodachrome or any other use line 3 or line 5 in the order form



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At Fotostation we develop Disc Films and Print them after digitally enhancing them. We are probably one of the few in the world who can do it. Its a specilised service and we usually have it all completed in 3-5 Months. Disc film was a still-photography film format aimed at the consumer market, and introduced by Kodak in 1982 and discontinued in 1991. There were several different manufacturers of Disc Camera that took Disc film. Kodak 3M, Konica and Fuji produced Disc film. While Kodak film was always eponymous, 3M and Konica made Disc film for many third parties, branded with the retailers logo.


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old film imagesWe at Fotostation are experts in Processing of ANY film ever made. We can process still and movie film. You might ask what are the success rates in getting images. A lot depends on the storage, age and type of film. In the main many of the people who seek to get the old films have generally come in to it too late usually while rummaging through after someone who has passed away or when having a clear out. So it very difficult to know the provenance of it. But in the main we would catergorise it as thus.....

Discover what is in store. Are you ready to be surprised or amazed or shocked? We can process very very old films it takes between 3 to 5 Months!
But it can be done

We can process (almost ) any old film ever made.Last year  we have managed to do all the films submitted to us in 3 to 5 months at the most and thats fast!! Price varies from £25 to £65 for most films. Our expertise comes in understanding the process thats required to turn those films in to negatives / positives and then manually process them to develop the image.  Once developed these negatives are digitally enhanced and then printed. If the film has been used then there is good chance that some image can be retrived and printed.