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any good place in Kuching to develop the film?
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hi all,
I'm a DSLR user
would like to know where to develop a good quality and long lasting "digital film"?
have tried Gopal(Hock Lee Centre) and Fuji(BDC), but the results are disappointed.
TQ~

Posted on: 2008/12/25 14:45
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Re: any good place in Kuching to develop the film?
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Maybe you can try develop it at Kot Hua, just go there two days ago and the result is acceptable. Never go to Copal (Saberkas) horrible.

Posted on: 2008/12/25 15:53
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Copal colour tuning is very bad. I like the Dragon Photo Studio, near the toll bridge in Pending there. Color reproduction do look more natural

Posted on: 2008/12/25 16:04
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thanks cybersim and dpmy05
but where is Kot Hua?
will try these two places later:)

Posted on: 2008/12/25 21:39
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Kot Hua occupied the corner shoplot near to Tun Jugah Mall. Same row with Great Wall Photo Studio.

Posted on: 2008/12/26 10:08
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So much effort of supporting the local films by the government. I read the news that they are planning to raise the Hollywood film tickets to some RM 20 per piece so that people would choose local movies to Hollywood movies.

Ha, great idea! Now people opt for pirated movies more often!

Posted on: 2008/12/26 11:19
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They have another outlet in Tabuan Jaya. Near to 100% Discount Store.

I just had my negative developed and printed there today. They charge 50 cents for one piece. Last time I printed in Empress @ India Street, only 40 cents. :(

Does anyone know which photo printing shop charge 40 cents for film? I don't shoot in digital at the moment.

Posted on: 2008/12/27 0:50
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