35mm agfa scala (iso-200) black & white slide film question?

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by esrabb, Mar 26, 2005.

  1. esrabb

    esrabb Guest

    On march 14 2005, I have sent 1 pre paid processing mailer to send my
    35mm Agfa scala (iso-200) black & white slide film to Color Reflections
    in Miami Florida to get this 35mm film process and return to my house
    in northeast Kansas. I have waited 12 days for my slides to come in the
    mail and the slides have not came into the mail yet. Has anyone else
    has sent there pre paid 35mm agfa scala (iso-200) black & white slide
    film to color reflections in miami florida and how long did it take
    before getting the b&w slides into the mail?

    Thanks
     
    esrabb, Mar 26, 2005
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    This is not a direct answer to your question, since I have never used
    their services myself.

    A&I Processing out of California routinely takes one week flat,
    round-trip to North Carolina. Fuji Processing in Arizona seems to take a
    little over two weeks (haven't used them enough yet to pin it down).

    And this is on standard E-6 color slides, not the much rarer B&W
    slides, which may take longer because of lesser demand and fewer places
    doing it (meaning one lab gets the bulk of the business).

    Give it another week, is my advice.

    You can check out http://www.aandi.com/ to see if they'll fit your
    needs. I've had solid and dependable results from them with my work, and
    I'm very pleased with their special handling cases. I had one order get
    stalled for no known reason, but their customer service was pleasantly
    responsive.


    - Al.
     
    Al Denelsbeck, Mar 26, 2005
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  3. esrabb

    wsrphoto Guest

    Did you send it with tracking? Have you contacted the lab to see if it
    arrived? I've only used the California lab and always send it express
    mail with tracking to ensure it arrived quickly, and if not, put the
    responsibility on the USPS to find it. Sorry your film is late, it's a
    great film. Good luck, and keep us posted.

    --Scott--
     
    wsrphoto, Mar 26, 2005
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