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I did a Marilyn Monroe inspired shoot with a friend of mine a couple of weeks back. In addition to shooting with my D850, and. I pulled out my N90s and ran a roll of film through it.

Using the Nikkor 28-105 f/3.5-4.5D, shot on Kodak Ektar 100, and converted to black and white in PS.

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What does film processing cost these days?
It varies from a lot to an arm and a leg.
I sent 4 single use cameras to be, processed, scanned and printed for £70 postage included.
C41, 95-100 photos out of a potential 120-130 (I used expired cameras and they were used by young kids, one did not have a flash).
I am now set to do B&W at home, the kit cost me approx £100.
 
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If I send slides or 120 slides to be developed, scanned and printed it costs me more.
£10 per roll postage excluded.
I use these folks, they are great.
There prices are on the site.
https://www.ag-photolab.co.uk
For movie film with remjet/ramjet I use another lab and it costs more as they manualy remove the remjet/ramjet layer.
https://www.exposurefilmlab.com
Arounf £15 per 35mm roll, developing and scanning no print. Postage excluded.
 
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Last roll out of my beloved RZ67 before selling it for a Z7:cry:
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