120 Film Developing

Boutique Film Lab can scan and process a variety of film sizes and formats, including 120 film, a popular film format for still photography introduced by Kodak in 1901. With the growing popularity of 35mm, 120 film went from the main format for amateur photographers to a film format used almost exclusively by professionals.

120 film is a more niche format and is not commonly seen at consumer retailers like 35mm film is, but it is available at plenty of online retailers. The increased size of the film negative allows for much more resolution and detail.

Characteristics of 120 Film

  • Nominal width is 60mm.
  • Film is held in an open spool originally made of wood with metal flanges, later with all-metal, and finally with all plastic.
  • Length of the film is typically 30 inches, sometimes up to 32-33 inches.
  • Film is attached to a piece of backing paper longer and slightly wider than the film. This protects this protects the film while it is wound on the spool.

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120 Film Developing Prices

B&W ScansC-41 Premium ScansC-41 Basic ScansE6ECN-2
Normal – $14
Large – $17
X-Large – $20
Normal – $14
Large – $18
X-Large – $22
Normal – $10
Large – $13
X-Large – $16
Normal – $20
Large – $25
X-Large – $30
Normal – $16
Large – $21
X-Large – $26

120 Film Processing Only Prices

C-41B&WE6
$5 per roll$8 per roll$10 per roll

120 Film Scan Only Prices

TypePrice
Already Developed
(Entire Roll)
+$5 per cut roll
-$5 per uncut roll
Already Developed
(Single Frame)
X-Large – $5 /frame
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