I have about 25 undeveloped 35mil color films (in those little black plastic containers with the grey top) that I've had for over 7years in a drawer. Can you develop them? What would be the cost? If not, is there another way that I can have them developed? There may be pictures on them that would love to have, if this still possible. Thanks.
Carol E. S. asked on Feb 8, 2013
Thanks for the question, Carol. Although we would love to be part of the process of preserving your memories, we are unable to develop film; any undeveloped film will need to be returned unprocessed. We do not have a list of places which can develop film but would recommend checking with a trustworthy camera, retail, or department store with a photo department to see if they are able to develop your film. It is also good ot know that we have many accepted formats you may be interested in, including various types of video tapes, film reels, images (slides, negatives, prints), and digital media (USB sticks, memory cards). You can submit any of those to have transferred on to a DVD! To read more about our Groupon offer, you can also visit our website here!
Cynthia P. from Groupon replied on Feb 10, 2013