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Where to process Seattle Filmworks SFW-XL, Signature Color ECN-II?

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Todd Evans , Aug 28, 2009; 09:28 a.m.

Here's a response I got from Dale in August, 2009:

We stopped processing ECN films at the end of July. We can process other Seattle films.
Elaine
Customer Service
 

Dale Photo & Digital
800-327-1776

www.dalelabs.com

Karl Fermedfor , Dec 27, 2011; 03:31 p.m.

DALE Labs stopped processing the old SFW-XL films. They only do C-41 now

I'd just like to contribute:

My friend sent some film that was " SFW-XL / ECN-2 " to a lab in Northeast Ohio DOUBLE EXPOSURE, LTD. LAB that claims to be the only one doing full-service processing, and they made the slides from negatives. They offer fresh film and can do it from regular C-41 film too.


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