Large Format Sheet Film Processing – For C-41, 4×5, B/W or E-6 large format
The Darkroom can develop large format and medium format photographic film supplied on individual sheets of acetate or polyester film base. All 4×5, C-41, B/W and E-6 large format film is developed in our Refrema or Sitte Ticher dip & dunk processors.
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Our experienced staff have literally developed millions of E-6 film rolls, ensuring professional and reliable processing results every time! Learn more about our E-6 slide film developing.
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C-41 is a chromogenic color print film developing process introduced by Kodak in 1972, superseding the C-22 process. C-41, also known as CN-16 by Fuji, CNK-4 by Konica, and AP-70 by AGFA, is the most popular film process in use, with most photofinishing labs devoting at least one machine to this development process.
Processed C-41 negatives, as with all color films, consisting of an image formed of dye. Due to the long-term instability of dyes, C-41 negatives can fade or color-shift over time. This was a significant problem with early films; whether the newer films are archival or not is a subject of some debate.
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