Hello everyone, just developed and scanned (my first!) two rolls of 120 film at Triple D last week, then brought the same two rolls to Konata to test if there's any difference in scanning quality. Triple D currently costs $13 to develop and scan the negatives while Konata is $15 just for the scan. To develop will cost an additional $5.
Quality wise, it seems that images from Konata appear more contrasty, and I believe the staff lifted the shadows slightly for some of my pics, which was a nice touch. One lab's colour for the portra scans came out a bit orange-ish while the other came with a bit of a green-cast, so you'll want to do the correction yourself anyway. File sizes and scan quality at 100% are the same, although Konata's came with slightly less dust. YMMV. Overall I have to say that I prefer Konata's scans just a bit more... but not $7 per roll more.
I would appreciate if someone can update the shop list selling large format film and chemicals. Last week I went to Ruby and realize that the shop is shrunk, way smaller than before. I hope that Ruby can last as long as possible.