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Film processing and printing in Munich
Old 08-08-2017   #1
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Film processing and printing in Munich

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I'm relocating to Munich from London where I've been spoilt for choice with processing and printing options for film. Does anyone know where I can get good quality film services for 35mm, XPan and 120 film in Munich?
Thanks in advance!
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Old 08-08-2017   #2
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Try Sedan Sieben (Sedanstrasse 7), sedan-sieben.de or BlowUp (Jahnstrasse 36), blowup-fotolabor.de
But be prepared to pay around 8 euros per film roll - that's developing only.
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Old 08-08-2017   #3
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Though I have been visiting Munich for over 15 years on a frequent basis, it hasn't been since about 2002 that I used a film lab there... Of course, back then, there was a fairly broad selection.

A quick search brings up a few possibilities:

http://blowup-fotolabor.de/unsere-le...lmentwicklung/
http://flash-fotolabor-muenchen.de/f...hen/?page_id=3

This shop is an E-6 specialist: http://www.dia-spezial.de/index.html
This lab appears to be 'just' digitized prints on a Lightjet: http://www.lab-2000.de/foto/ausbelichtungen/

Hope this points you in a worthwhile direction.
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Here is a list of professional labs in Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
Just scroll down and you find the labs in Munich on page 3:
http://www.photonews.de/service/?p=3...t=field_sd_plz

As Germany is "film shooters paradise" you will not have any problems finding excellent labs.
And you are not dependent on labs in Munich. There are enough first-class mail-order labs, too.
For example Photo Studio 13 in Stuttgart. They are developing every day and send your films back the same day. So you normally have a turn-around time of only two days. The quality is excellent, and the price is low.

And of course you always have also the possibility to get films and processing at "every corner of the street": In all Rossmann, dm and Müller drugstores. Prices are extremely low.
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Thanks all. Will check them all. I like the sound of a film shooters paradise!
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hello there, I moved to Munich from this August and still finding analog shooter(s) ? Can I join you for a streetphotographie walk-around?

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