We can develop your 110 and 126 Instamatic film cartridges.
We can develop, print and scan your 110 and 126 Instamatic film cartridges - they must be marked 'C41', and since the results can be variable given the age of the film, our 110 and 126 film processing is a flat charge service. We cannot process 110 or 126 film cartridges that are marked 'C22', 'Triple Print', or 'Kodacolor X'.
If the film does not turn out, or is blank, you'll only be charged $4.99 for developing the film, not the full price.
110 and 126 film processing
|110 or 126 roll - single prints||$19.99|
|110 or 126 roll - single prints with digital scans||$24.98|
|110 or 126 roll - double prints||$22.99|
|110 or 126 roll - digital scans, without prints||$19.99|
|110 / 126 film developing only|
*No prints or scans
|Reprints and Enlargements from 110/126 film|
• We ALWAYS return your negatives.
• Each picture is inspected for ideal color and density.
• Scan resolution is 2400x3000
• Choose from glossy or matte, with borders or borderless.
• Mail order film processing frequently asked questions.
• Check our current turn-around times.
• Get your digital film scans online with Dropbox, CD, or USB drive
Send your 110 and 126 film to us for processing.
We provide the best quality film processing in the country, and we work hard to make it easy for you to send your film to us for developing.Download an order form here and send it in along with your film. We'll process your film and send it back fast.
Once we receive your order, we'll start processing your film, usually within 1-2 days.
You can order prints, scans, or both - We can deliver your digital photos online using Dropox, CD, or we can save your pictures on a USB drive, it's your choice. And we will always return your negatives.
You can choose to pay for your film processing online using PayPal, or you can pay by credit card, it's up to you.
Tip: We are often asked whether older 110 film or 126 film will turn out, given that most of these film cartridges are over 20 years old. The answer is: Usually they produce decent, if not great, pictures! The quality of the photos from 1110 and 126 film depends on the age of the film and how it was stored (cooler, drier, and darker is best.) But, since we only charge $4.99 if we can't make any prints from the 110 or 126 film, it's almost always worth a shot at seeing what's on those 110 and 126 rolls of film.You can buy new, fresh 110 film from Lomography.com here!