Prints , VHS to DVD transfer, Re-prints from Negatives, Enlargements
Video to DVD Transfer

Video to DVD Transfer

Movie Film, VHS to DVD Transfer

Photo Restoration

Photo Restoration

Professional photo restoration service.

Wall Art

Wall Art

Canvas, Metal & Poster Prints For your home

Re-Prints From Old Negs

Re-Prints From Old Negs

Prints from prints, transferring to CD/DVD

At Kodak Express Ruislip, our aim is to provide first-class service covering all of your Photograhic and Digital imaging needs. Using state of the art Swiss processing and printing machinery, coupled with the latest in Kodak technology on paper and chemistry, your films receive the best attention at every stage of production. Our staff are all highly trained to achieve the highest quality in both service and printing.

Our Digital Darkroom is unique in that we can boast of being one of the first in the country to be able to produce digitally manipulated prints on photographic paper by the wet process.

35mm,APS,110,126, 127, 120,C-22,E-4, E-3, E-2, E-6,Agfacolor CN,C-41A Disc film,Ilford Colour Films,Outdated Panchromatic Films,Agfacolor CT (Colour Reversal), 3M CR-50 (Colour Reversal),Kodachrome K-11, K-12 and K-14, Dufaycolor D-1 (Colour Reversal),Agfa Dia-Direct Reversal film…etc

35mm , APS, Black & White, Slides, 110, 120, 126 & 127 Film Processing & Developing

35mm, APS, 110, 120, 126 films (C-41 Process ) and 127 films Colour & Black and White processing and developing.

35mm Slide (KodaChrome) Processing & mounting

KodaChrome 35mm Slide (K-14 Slides) film processing & mounting Services. We can scan 35mm slides to CD or DVD.

127 , 110 Slide (E-6 & K-14) Processing

127 and 110 Slide film processing (E-6 and K-14 Process). We can scan 127 and 110 slides to CD or DVD.

Disk Film Processing Scanning and Printing

Disk Film processing & developing. Disk film scanning & printing, and scan to CD or DVD.

Movie Film Processing and Transferring to DVD

Kodak K14 and E6 Super 8, 16mm Movie film processing and transferring to VHS and DVD.

Can't identify the old film you have?

How to identify an old film?

Look for the brand, format (35mm,126,disc,126 620 etc) and the PROCESS usually an alphabet and number (C41, E6, K14, C22 etc)

FOR MOVIE FILMS

Look for the brand, format (8mm, 16mm,double 8 ) and the PROCESS usually an alphabet and number (E6, K14, Kodak chrome k40 , Ektachrome to name a few)

Please do not hesitate to contact us on express@fotostation.co.uk or 01895 674 000 for more details and assistance.

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