Does Rite Aid Develop film?

Does Rite Aid Develop film?

Drug stores like CVS, Walgreens, and Rite Aid used to be prime places for getting film developed and turned into prints. Rite Aid still makes prints from your digital photos, but the chain’s website does not mention film. Always call ahead to check on whether your local pharmacy develops film before making a trip.

Where can I develop old film?

CVS Photo makes processing film simple. No matter what type of film requires developing, you can bring it to your local CVS Photo location for processing. Services include processing for 35mm film, disposable cameras, Advanced Photo System film, black and white film, 110 film and slide film.

Can 110 film still be developed?

Where Can I Develop 110 Film? Of course, the Online Lomolab and Lomography Gallery Store LomoLabs are able to develop 110 film! And don’t worry, the majority of big photo labs, supermarkets and retail stores that offer 35mm development are also able to develop 110 format film.

How much does it cost to develop a roll of film at Rite Aid?

Film Developing, Negatives, and Disposable Cameras – Options and Pricing

# of Exposures Price (first set) Price (ea. add’l set)
12 exposures $11.99 + $2.00 per set
24 exposures $14.99 + $4.00 per set
27 exposures $15.86 + $4.57 per set
36 exposures $17.99 + $5.50 per set

Does Walgreens process 110 film?

All Walgreens stores with a photo lab can accept your 35mm film. Select stores with a photo lab can also accept APS (Advanced Photo System), 110 film, 127 film, negatives, or a disposable/single-use camera. For other quantities of prints, or reprints from negatives/CDs, please contact your local Walgreens store.

What type of film does 120 and 220 develop and print?

120 and 220 medium format film developing, printing and scanning. We process, print and scan your medium format film in our lab, including 120 and 220 format C41, E6 and black and white film.

How much does medium format film processing cost?

Medium format film processing prices. 120 / 220 E6 film processing 120 E6 developing $9.99 220 E6 developing $14.99 4×5 or 5×5 prints at time of processing 60c 120 roll scan to CD $7.99

How long does it take to get my film developed?

Our lab has been providing High Quality, Medium format film developing for over 45 years. Most film developing orders are shipped back to you within 3-7 business days after they enter production. We are located in Southern California, so mail takes 2-5 days to reach us from almost anywhere in the country.

Does Walmart develop 120mm film?

Yup, Walmart will develop 120, 110, and 35 mm for B&W, color negative and color slides. They used to do Kodachrome as well, by sending it to Dwayne’s, before Kodachrome was retired. They send out their films to regional Fuji labs, but if you are in the mid-west, I believe they still send it to Dwayne’s.