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Kodak chemicals. Digital printing gives you ultra-sharp pictures with brilliant color.
How do I place an order with your laboratory to get my film developed, scanned and/or have prints made?
There are two convenient ways to place your order and then mail your film to us (if you don’t live near our Florida laboratory):
1) Order Online - Visit our BestFilmDeveloping.com site on your computer, cell phone or tablet.
Do you develop all film sizes … 35mm, 120, and Single-Use Cameras?
Yes, we develop roll films from all manufacturers. These include:
How will I will receive my scans, prints and negatives?
We will develop your film first. Then, our technicians will:
What are your turn-around times? From the day I place my roll(s) in the mail how soon should I expect to receive online delivery of my scanned images? How about prints from my film or my negatives?
Turn-around time is dependent on when we receive your exposed film (from the Post Office) and the number of services you request.
Do you charge extra for developing single-use cameras? What is your advice on ways I can get the best photographic results from a single-use camera?
There is no extra charge for sending us your single-use-cameras. We charge the same prices for 27 exposure single-use cameras as we do for a 24-exposure 35mm film roll.
We will treat your photographs with the same care that we do on all 35mm films. (Our approach is to reward and thank you for sending us your film; not penalize you with surcharges for using a single-use camera.)
Our technicians individually correct every single frame on your roll for exposure and color. We also use digital sharpening software that will improve the sharpness of your images. This extra care and superior technology means that scans and prints from your single-use camera will be the best possible from any given roll.
Here are a few tips to get the best photos possible from single-use cameras: