로모랩에서는 로모그래피 카메라는 물론, 일반 필름 카메라로 촬영한 모든 필름 현상/스캔(CD)/인화가 가능하며 120/135/110 필름 모두 컬러네거티브/슬라이드/흑백/크로스 현상 또한 가능합니다. LomoLab develops/scans(CD)/prints all films taken by all Lomography Cameras as well as other film cameras, and manages all 120 film/135 film/110 film and Color Negative /Slide/Black & White/Cross Development.
고해상 스캔은 위의 현상+스캔 패키지 가격에 5,000원 추가
135 필름: 기본 스캔 1800×1200pix / 고해상 스캔 3600×2400pix
120 필름: 기본 스캔 1800pix / 고해상 스캔 3000pix (6cm 기준)
증감시 1롤 당 1,000원 추가. 가감은 추가 금액 없음
기현상된 필름 스캔 가격
135 필름 Regular: 스트립 당 1,000 / 고해상 스캔 2,000 / 롤 스캔 3,000
135 필름 Panorama: 컷 당 1,000 / 고해상 스캔 2,000
135 필름 Spinner: 20,000 / 고해상 스캔 5,000원 추가
120 필름: 컷 당 1,000 / 고해상 스캔 2,000 / 롤 스캔 5,000
110 필름: 스트립 당 1,000 / 고해상 스캔 2,000
인화: 스캔 파일(email/CD) 낱개 접수시, 장 당 가격으로 계산
인화: CD 통째로 접수할 경우 패키지 가격에 1,000원 추가
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