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    heyz pple... do u guys noe how much it'll cost mi if i wanna burn a roll of negatives into CD at a normal photoshop?
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    Im interested to know too...since i got tonnes of slides....hehehe.
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    I did it once at the shop next to the Bukit Timah Rd Mobil station. It cost me $18(!) according to the guy, the $9.9 price is a promotion in addition to developing a set of photograph.

    You may want to try the shop in the Adelphi. I enquired about the price, and they said it is $14

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    Hi,

    Depends on resolution. This is what Colour Lab charges:

    For New Roll of negative (let them develop + scan + optional print)
    4-Base (1818 x 1228) - $9.90
    16-Base (3360x2240) - $18.00

    For pre-processed (developed) roll of negatives
    4-Base - $12.00
    16-Base - $28.00

    For new roll slides
    High resolution (1536x1024) - $9.90
    Ultrahigh resolution (3072x2048) - $13.90

    Regards
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    Originally posted by ckiang
    Hi,

    Depends on resolution. This is what Colour Lab charges:

    For New Roll of negative (let them develop + scan + optional print)
    4-Base (1818 x 1228) - $9.90
    16-Base (3360x2240) - $18.00

    For pre-processed (developed) roll of negatives
    4-Base - $12.00
    16-Base - $28.00

    For new roll slides
    High resolution (1536x1024) - $9.90
    Ultrahigh resolution (3072x2048) - $13.90

    Regards
    CK

    biangz.... so ex arhz... was tinking of burning over 40 albums of photos into CD... too lazy to scan on my own (waste time larz... 40 * 35 photos can die lehz...)
    do u tink they'll gimme discount if i do it in bulk?
    <-- still prefer this laughing smilie to the big fat one here.. hahaz...

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    I had done one at Candid Digital at Clementi MRT:-

    the do Pro-process Negative for:-

    $12 for first roll and up to 4 rolls at $5 each onto the same FujiColor CD

    $5 for media charge.

    Total: $37 for 5 rolls of film.

    If one roll cost = $17 (12+5)

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    HI

    What is "Pro-process Negative" ?

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    Originally posted by seeheng
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    What is "Pro-process Negative" ?
    what I mean is those negative you got back after developing (processing)

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    Originally posted by weeguy



    biangz.... so ex arhz... was tinking of burning over 40 albums of photos into CD... too lazy to scan on my own (waste time larz... 40 * 35 photos can die lehz...)
    do u tink they'll gimme discount if i do it in bulk?
    <-- still prefer this laughing smilie to the big fat one here.. hahaz...
    Well, you already said "waste time larz... 40 * 35 photos can die lehz..." - scanning is a very time consuming process, so it gets expensive. I asked, no discount, only got 10% discount if you are a member ($20 life-time membership fee).

    Regards
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    i'm stuck btwn these 2 options...
    1)shld i develop 1st so that i can choose which to scan? but some photo not nice so becomes waste of $$$..

    or

    2)scan 1st so that i can choose which to develop or print?!!

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    Originally posted by Snowcrash
    I had done one at Candid Digital at Clementi MRT:-

    the do Pro-process Negative for:-

    $12 for first roll and up to 4 rolls at $5 each onto the same FujiColor CD

    $5 for media charge.

    Total: $37 for 5 rolls of film.

    If one roll cost = $17 (12+5)

    hahaz... this sounds more affordable...
    even though i agree that scanning is a painstaking task..
    but i'm sure they haf the necessary technology to make their life easier..
    and i've heard tt it's possible to get it done fer around 5 bucks per roll of post-processed negatives.. so paying $12 is reelli a little too ex...

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