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    Default Chromogenic B/W films

    Do the labs here charge the same processing and printing fees as normal color negative films for chromogenic B/W films like Kodak T400CN and Ilford XP2 Super? Anybody got any example scans of how the photos turn out? Thanx.

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    Default Re: Chromogenic B/W films

    Originally posted by Derrick
    Do the labs here charge the same processing and printing fees as normal color negative films for chromogenic B/W films like Kodak T400CN and Ilford XP2 Super? Anybody got any example scans of how the photos turn out? Thanx.
    Charges are the same. At least for the lab I go to. If you print at a good lab, you get pretty good B&W. Quite neutral. But in some labs, you might get a sepia tinge.

    Here's a sample scan from Ilford XP2 Super:



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    CK

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    I usually go to Color Lab at Adelphi to do my processing. Are they any good with B&W C41 processing? Thanx.

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    Originally posted by Derrick
    I usually go to Color Lab at Adelphi to do my processing. Are they any good with B&W C41 processing? Thanx.
    The pic you see above is from there.

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    ok. thanx.

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