Option 1 - - develop the film yourself (nothing to it for an old army photographer) and run the negatives through your scanner.
Option 2 - - Google knows where all the labs are.
Question - - In your first post you said you don't do digital. But if you will scan negatives (or have it done by a lab), you will be going from film for shooting to digital for printing. Why not shoot digital in the first place?
I was the last person I know to switch to digital - - not because I opposed digital, but because the early digital cameras had absurdly low resolution. But when digital resolution was high enough, I got a Canon SLR (which takes all my EOS lenses) to give digital a try. And I've never looked back. I still shoot film occasionally with my old cameras. But that's just for fun. Mostly, and always for serious work, I shoot digital.
What I meant was; does anyone think one can make a significant extra retirement income processing and returning negs and contacts of 135 and 120 B&W film and doing traditional paper enlargements. I.e. B&W darkroom work
Post by belgiumreporter on Jun 11, 2017 7:45:20 GMT -5
These are both Pentax S3's the black one is an Asahi, the chrome an Honeywell(called an H3), note even though there's no lack of space to use the "normal"size,how the Pentax font size is smaller on the Honeywell version,
The Honeywells are somewhat difficult to find in Europe wile afterall they were made for US markets, i suppose the ones here in Europe mainly came from the shape military in Germany.I don't know for the US market, but i guess the honeywell-Asahi situation is the other way round in terms of availability.