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Re: filmscanners: X-ray scanners/etc



 There is no need to bring film to Sweden, we have excellent labs here. You
can buy professional refrigerated film here. Stockholm offer lots of good
camera shops. The best one is called Kameradoktorn. It's a pro shop, they
have almost everything in stock and they're pretty cheap. Kameradoktorn also
have a great lab called DOX. They're pretty expensive, but you'll get great
results and good service. Both the shop and lab are located at 'David
Bagares gata 3. The shop is worth a visit even if you don't need any film.
Other good labs are Diabolaget, Prolabbet and Crimson.
Johan Lenn

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Bloor" <asia@seratel.ie>
To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
Sent: Thursday, November 22, 2001 1:37 PM
Subject: filmscanners: X-ray scanners/etc


> Jack Phipps <JPhipps@asf.com>, wrote:
>
>  >He has used these to bluff his way past x-ray machines in Ireland, a
> tough place for security.
>
> I'm amazed.  I live in Ireland, fly in and out regularly and have never
> been forced to have film X-rayed.
>
> If you think Ireland is tough try Stockholm,  Perth (Australia) and
> Schippol (Amsterdam) airports.  In general I have found the US amazingly
> lax on security and most places in Asia very helpful as regards film.
>
> I now try and buy film at my destination where possible.  I have reliable
> source of refrigerated professional Fuji film in Budapest, Helsinki,
> Bangkok, Singapore and, of course, Galway.  I would be interested in
> recommendations from list members for processing labs across Europe Asia
> and in Mexico.
>
> Does anyone know if it is still safe to post films to labs in the UK ?  I
> normally send all my processing to a lab there.
>
> I don't want to get flamed for starting an off topic discussion.  If
anyone
> wants to contribute but thinks this is OT, please mail me off list.
>
> Mike Bloor
>





 




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