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Thread: Why photo lab cannot develop my roll of slide into CD (digital)?

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    Default Why photo lab cannot develop my roll of slide into CD (digital)?

    is there any other alternative to the problem?

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    which photo lab are you talking about?

    Kindly share more info..

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    neighbourhood kodak express lab.

    is there other more pro lab that does developing and digitize it?

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    Try colorlab at aldephi next to funan.
    Or try RGB (do a search on this?)

    Photofriend at Pen. Plaza

    All the above is mentioned in this forum.. can do a search on it.

    I have yet to shoot slide.

    Hope this helps

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    can anyone confirm this info?

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    Originally posted by behyx
    can anyone confirm this info?
    I can safely confirm that RGB does provide this service. Not sure of the price though.... don't think it's cheap by any means.

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    AFAIK, Slide processing with digitalization costs $6 for processing and $9.90 for scanning a roll of slides at High Defination Resolution (1536 x 1024) at ColourLab.

    It will cost $19.80 to scan a roll of slides at ColourLab at High Defination Resolution if you did not develope your slides there.

    At FotoHub, it will cost $19.90 to scan a roll of slides at 4-base resolution.

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    i pay $13 at colorlab. slide process + cd-rom+index.

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    Originally posted by ninelives
    i pay $13 at colorlab. slide process + cd-rom+index.
    eh, why the price so different?

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    why the price so different? ninelives and bean?

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    Originally posted by behyx
    why the price so different? ninelives and bean?
    The price I quoted was lifted off from the price list that I took sometime back.

    Maybe ninelives enjoys a 10% discount from the membership card.

    Anyway, I just found a link on the pricelist of Colour Lab Photo Finishing.

    http://store.yahoo.com/colourlabphoto-sg/pricelist.html

    BTW, I don't work for Colour Lab, I scan my own photos.

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