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General information regarding most movie films.  See below for specific information on your particular film type.

Processing

The processes for these films vary and require special care and handling.  We will do our best to get images from your film.

Expected Results

Varies by film type, age and condition.  We cannot guarantee results and no refund is available regardless of the results.

Cost / Price

Cost for development of standard 50' Super 8 cartridges (about 3"x3"x1") or standard magazines or rolls is US$42.50 per roll with return shipping and handling $6.00 per order (not per roll). Therefore, one roll is $48.50, two rolls is $91.00, three rolls $133.50, etc. Free shipping on orders of more than ten rolls. International return, please add US$3 for shipping.

Cost for development of 16mm rolls is US$0.85 per foot, 50' minimum with return shipping and handling $6.00 per order (not per roll).  Therefore, 1-50 feet is $42.50, 100' is $91.00, 200' is $176.00. etc.

Video Transfer (if desired):  DVD:  Cost for the first roll and DVD is $30.00 with each additional 50' roll $10.00.  VHS:  Cost for the first roll and VHS tape (up to 50 feet) is US$20.00 with each additional 50' roll $10.00.  See VHS video Transfer or DVD Video Transfer pages for more information.

Service Time

This film is processed on a volume basis, so turn around time varies.  Please allow between six and ten weeks for return to you.

Shipping

Please send your film, check, and your name and address in a padded mailer to:

ROCKY MOUNTAIN FILM LAB
MOVIE FILM
11801 E 33rd Ave Ste A
Aurora, CO 80010
USA

If you desire proof of delivery, please send your film via Certified U.S. Mail Return Receipt Requested.

Order Form

We handle all sizes and types of movie film, including Super 8, Regular 8, Double 8, 16 mm.

Please review the following for your film's process and follow the link...

Kodachrome K-14
Kodachrome K14 films
 
Older Kodachrome Process K11 or K12
Kodachrome II and Kodachrome II Type A, made prior to 1977 (Double 8mm Kodachrome is sometimes in a silver dollar sized tin)
 
Newer Ektachrome EM-26
Super 8 cartridges which say "EM-26" on the label
 
Newer Ektachrome
VNF, 7239, 7240, 7250, 7251
 
Older Ektachrome Films
All older color movie films (EXCEPT Kodachrome) made after 1981
 
Black and White
Plus-X, Tri-X, and 4X

If you do not see your film on this list, please email us or try using our Process List or Search pages to locate your particular type of film.

Please note

Because of the age and nature of these films and processes, we do not offer any guarantee.  No refund is available regardless of results.  Service times subject to change depending on volume, machine, and material availability.  Our guarantee to you is that we will do our very best to obtain your memories and the best possible image from your film.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Send mail to info@rockymountainfilm.com with questions or comments.

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