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160a Tottenham Court Road, London, United Kingdom
Email: sales@westendcameras.com
Website: http://www.westendcameras.com
Phone: 020 7387 0787

  • Does 35mm film development
  • Does 120 (medium format) film development
  • Does E6 film development
  • Does C41 film development
  • Does black and white film development

The original West End processing lab.

Introduction
We use a state-of-the-art Fuji Frontier 360 minilab to produce prints from negative, slide and black & white films and of course all types of digital media cards, CDs, USB sticks and bluetooth devices. Print sizes range from 5×3.5 up to 8×12 inches. Linked to the minilab are two kiosk units to enable customers to select their own digital images for printing. This is still a traditional ‘wet’ lab and uses chemicals unlike some of the new ‘dry’ labs so the results are noticeably better.

Holga/Diana Processing Specialist
As well as being able to process regular 35mm films, we have the equipment to process and print or scan films taken from Holga and Diana cameras (120 Roll film), this includes if you have 35mm film shots in a Holga to archive the sprocket holes in the image effect.

Cross Processing
We will cross process your E-6(slide film) through C-41/colour chemistry to archive that ‘mad/surreal’ effect that everyone wants to have. We CANNOT CROSS PROCESS C41 FILMS.

Black and White
There has been a massive rebirth on the interest with black and white photography so we now process all black and white films by hand and then machine print them to give you the best quality possible.

Borders
We offer borders on all our services at no extra cost, these can be done as the standard 5mm or bigger if you wish.

127 and 620 films
We can process and print or scan both these types of film for colour and black & white. Costs are the same as normal 120 as it is just as easy for us to process these films.

Mail Order
We have a full mail order service on all processing as we know that not everyone lives close enough to visit us in person.

6 comments

  1. lulucurtis

    hi folks, I have used West End Cameras for all my lomo processing for 5years now and trust them implicitly.. they always get the best result from my films and are experts all things lomography, so have heaps for helpful advice and tips! Lu
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  2. cxe78

    I always look forward to going into West End Cameras to pick up my lomo pics. The guys in there really help me with all sorts of things, from choosing film, to assessing what went wrong (or right) and generally being jolly nice fellas.
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  3. kneehigh85

    kneehigh85

    I wrote an article about these guys a while back, which you can see here - http://www.lomograph(…)g-in-the-uk
    I can't recommend them highly enough really. Really nice guys, happy to talk through any problems you've had (photo problems not just in life, obviously). They have a great range of lomo products and other hard to find films such as Efke 127. I use their mail order service as I live so far away and this is always fast, reliable and a reasonable price.

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  4. fletchinski84

    fletchinski84

    Love this lab - especially for The quality of prints and extensive knowledge.

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  5. thiagovalenti

    thiagovalenti

    They are really 100% with the development, but I was disappointed with the scanning of my supersampler photos. They were cropped on the right side, and it also happened with a fisheye roll that I left there. They told me it happened because it's a automated process, not made frame by frame (for that, they would charge more). Check the photos, take a look at the 4th frame: http://www.lomography.com/homes/thiagovalenti/albums/1762939-supersampler/photos/14444301
    over 2 years ago · report as spam
  6. myahcat

    myahcat

    Love this lab as they do all formats of film, including 110 and 127. Also a great place to go for a chat about what's dying out and what's making a comeback in film.

    about 2 years ago · report as spam