It’s the end of an era!
Bond to end film processing services
After long consideration & debate it is with great sadness that Bond Imaging have decided to shut down our film processors. After 46 years and over 3 Million rolls of film processed, our final film process (C-41 & B&W) will be on Thursday 10th March 2016.
In the heyday of film, Bond Colour as it was known back then, was running three film processing shifts, and processing 300-400 rolls of C-41, Black & White, and E6 film per day.
Processing was the foundation our business was built upon. Although we have tried to continue this service for as long as possible, by reducing processing days to twice a week, unfortunately the demand for film processing has now reached such a low point that it is just not viable for us to continue to offer this service.
Our last days for film processing will be on Tuesday 8th and Thursday 10th March 2016.
So check the bottom of your camera bag, the filing cabinet, behind the couch, and the 3rd drawer down, to find those hidden rolls and get them in to us by 10am Thursday 10th March.
We will continue to offer our quality film scanning and printing services of already processed film (roll and cut negatives).
Thank you to all our film processing customers over the years.