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Film Developing

You must bring your films or slides in store for processing

Film Developing

Got an urge to use your old film camera and need to get your film developed? Gosselin is pleased to still offer slide, colour, and black and white negative development services.

Pricing

Dev. 24 Exposures + Prints From $12.00
Dev. 36 Exposures + Prints From $18.00
Digital Copy on CD $3.99
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It's simple!

Come see us in our store. The experts in our photo lab can print your images on Fujicolor Crystal Archive Type CA photographic paper or save them on CD, DVD or USB key. You will be able to enjoy and share your photos with friends and family.

A World of Possibilities

We offer several film development options. A few things to remember:

    • We develop only C41 colour film, black and white film and E6 slides.
    • We accept 35 mm, 120 mm, 220 mm, 126 mm, 127 mm film. Other formats developed upon request.
    • We can save your images on a CD, DVD or USB key.
 
  • Colour and Black & White film:
    • 4x6 prints, matte or glossy finish, with or without borders
    • Several copies of your photos (duplicates)
    • Index
  • Slides:
    • Placed in plastic slide mounts

Pricing

 

Colour or Black & White 35mm Film C-41 Process *
Dev. only $6.99
Dev. Only + CD $10.98
Dev. 24 Exp. + 4x6 Prints $12.00
Dev. 24 Exp. + 4x6 Prints + CD $15.99
Dev. 36 Exp. + 4x6 Prints $18.00
Dev. 36 Exp. + 4x6 Prints + CD $21.99
2nd Set $0.15 / photo
* Includes index.

Mounted E6 Slides
Processing, 24 Slides $10.99
Processing, 24 Slides + CD $14.98
Processing 36 Slides $13.99
Processing, 36 Slides + CD $17.98
Color or Black & White 35mm Film other than C-41, APS, 120, 220 *
Dev. Only $11.99
Dev. Only + CD $15.98
Dev. 12 Exp. + 4x6 Prints $18.99
Dev. 12 Exp. + 4x6 Prints + CD $22.98
Dev. 24 Exp. + 4x6 Prints $24.99
Dev. 24 Exp. + 4x6 Prints + CD $28.98
Dev. 36 Exp. + 4x6 Prints $29.99
Dev. 36 Exp. + 4x6 Prints + CD $33.98
2nd Set $0.29 / photo
* Includes index. 4x6 or smaller prints.

 

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