RE: Agfa to close doors/Agfa Scala question

From: Brian Casey ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/26/05-05:04:48 PM Z
Message-id: <001201c5da81$aa4df800$6401a8c0@BrianCasey>

Hello;
        If you need to get your Scala rolls processed Duggal Labs in New
York City can process them.
        I've used them a number of times and they are very professional.

 
        http://www.duggal.com/
 
        Good Luck
        Brian Casey

-----Original Message-----
From: TalCshare@aol.com [mailto:TalCshare@aol.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2005 4:52 PM
To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
Cc: meremck@alumni.indiana.edu
Subject: Re: Agfa to close doors/Agfa Scala question

I use Agfa Scala with direct positive processing occasionally for
positives for ambrotypes made with an enlarger. The mailers for the film
that I get from B&H Photo are sent to Color Reflections in Miami. Their
phone is not working (probably hurricane Wilma related) and when I call
the parent office of the company in Houston I can't seem to get a
straight answer as to whether they will continue to process the film if
Agfa goes under. Today the person I fianally got an answer from said
that it is processed C-41 to create positive transparencies. Does
anyone know if this is really true?
 
Thanks for the help.
 
Meredith
Received on Wed Oct 26 17:04:53 2005

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