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Old April 11th 11, 02:23 PM
Cyndi Donovan Cyndi Donovan is offline
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Default Super-XX High Speed Panchromatic Film

Recently I was going through old things of my Mother's and found a metal film canister, Super-XX High Speed Panchromatic Film. From what I can find out so far it looks as if it is from 1933 or so. I am not experienced with photography at ALL! Don't know if I am in the right place, but I would like to know where you bring something like this to be developed (if it is even possible). Any help is appreciated.
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Old April 12th 11, 02:41 AM posted to rec.photo.film+labs
Michael[_6_]
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Default Super-XX High Speed Panchromatic Film

On 2011-04-11 09:23:43 -0400, Cyndi Donovan said:

Recently I was going through old things of my Mother's and found a metal
film canister, Super-XX High Speed Panchromatic Film. From what I can
find out so far it looks as if it is from 1933 or so. I am not
experienced with photography at ALL! Don't know if I am in the right
place, but I would like to know where you bring something like this to
be developed (if it is even possible). Any help is appreciated.


Super XX was around in the 50's. I don't think it made it to the 60's.
I don't know if it went as far back as the 30's. The only lab I can
think of that MIGHT be able to handle it is Rocky Mountain Film Labs at
http://www.rockymountainfilm.com/oldfilm.htm

Don't even THINK of bringing it to any other lab. The usual lab can't
even deal with black and white or slides, much less something like
this. I don't know what Rocky Mountain will charge or even if they can
do it, but the website tells you how to contact them so I'd go there
first.
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Old May 12th 11, 03:26 AM posted to rec.photo.film+labs
Ricardo Villegas
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Default Super-XX High Speed Panchromatic Film

You could try Film Rescue International:

http://filmrescue.com


"Cyndi Donovan" wrote in message
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Recently I was going through old things of my Mother's and found a metal
film canister, Super-XX High Speed Panchromatic Film. From what I can
find out so far it looks as if it is from 1933 or so. I am not
experienced with photography at ALL! Don't know if I am in the right
place, but I would like to know where you bring something like this to
be developed (if it is even possible). Any help is appreciated.




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Cyndi Donovan




 




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