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peterdoig's review of Process C-22 Old Film Processing

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written by peterdoig on 08/02/2015

I sent Process-22 7 rolls of Scala B&W slide film in early 2009... I had contact with someone who seemed to have a great backlog of work - we communicated and I sympathised with his work load - I even paid 160 GBP in advance on 28/11/2009
on the 15/0/2010 I received this email from him and this is the last I heard from him.
If anyone has any luck tracing him/ them please get back to me
I'm so sorry about this. First of all, your film is safe so don't worry. It's marked red on my list of "films to complete asap, really asap". We've had a few problems with Scala and had to go back to square one as the quality had dipped slightly on some rolls and it required a rethink of the process. That's all done as we had enough test strips for it, but I'm waiting on some fresh stock to come in as it used up practically all the remaining dev and other components.

Your seven films are in a list of... about 20 rolls all to do first. So once the test strip for the new batch comes out ok we should only be talking a matter of a week or two before it's all with you. I'll send you an email when the stock arrives so you know it's not far away.

I wish I'd never started Scala in all honesty! In 2011 we'll have the same thing with Kodachrome as that's discontinued this year, but thankfully it's a bit easier. Although in the Scala testing I was very surprised to find Kodachrome makes lovely black/white slides.

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