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Processing

All Super 8 and 8mm processing costs $40 per 50' cassette (or roll) including GST.

Please use our online order form and you will get an automatic invoice.

If you have specific time needs, please note these on the 'special instructions to the lab' section of the form.

BLACK AND WHITE CUSTOMERS, PLEASE NOTE: WE NOW PROCESS TRI-X AND OTHER BLACK AND WHITE STOCK AS NEGATIVES, NOT AS POSITIVES. This gives far greater exposure latitude than processing as a positive, and will also significantly improve our black and white turn around times. If you need a positive of your black and white for projection on a traditional super 8 film projector,please contact Hanna Chetwin at AFW in Melbourne: hannachetwin@gmail.com

How to send your film

Just pop your rolls in a bubble bag and send them off to us.

How to pay for your processing
When you fill in the online order form you will automaticall receive an invoice by email. The invoice has our bank details on it. Please note, if you are an international customer, you will need to ask for a paypal invoice.

Cheques or money orders must be made out to RICHARD TUOHY.

Its nice if you can email us when you are posting film ( richard@nanolab.com.au ) .

How processed films are returned

All films are returned on plastic spools with white acetate leader on head (2') and tail (1'). Unless you state otherwise, we will use 50', 200' or 400' spools at our discresion.

Nanolab can process the following stocks in Super 8

COLOUR NEGATIVE: 50d, 200t, 500t and any other stocks Kodak comes up with! Only in Super 8

COLOUR REVERSAL (positive): Ektachrome 100d, 64t and 7240, Wittnerchrome Velvia 50d, Aviphot Chrome 200d.

BLACK AND WHITE REVERSAL (positive): Tri-X, Plus-X, ADOX panX, ORWO UN54, Kahl 21 and others

PROCESSING OF OLD STOCK TYPES:
We now no longer offer processing of old types of film. If you have found an old roll, we recommend sending it to Film Rescue in Canda.

Note: we can't be held responsible for items lost in the mail.


 

 

 



 

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