Rocky Mountain Film Lab

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We can process your Triple Print film which includes the following types:

bulletTriple Print
bulletTriple Print G25
bulletFamous Brands
bulletMark IV, Mark V or Mark VI
bulletProcess 22
bulletNat'l Hdqs., P. O. Box 7529, Phila., PA. 19101
bulletMade in Belgium
bulletColor Negative


This is an old process (pre 1977) and requires special care and handling.  The film is processed as color negative and prints are made from any images. 

Expected Results

Because the film is old we do not guarantee that we can get pictures, but usually about 80% of the films we process do have pictures.  Some films are faded because of color dye deterioration.  You will only receive one print of each image and CD (digital .jpg scans).  Your film will always returned even if we are unable to obtain images.  Because the film is old we cannot guarantee results and no refund is available regardless of the results.

Cost / Price

Cost for development, CD, and prints is US$36.50 per roll with return shipping and handling $6.00 per order (not per roll). Therefore, one roll is $42.50, two rolls is $79.00, three rolls $115.50, etc. Free shipping on orders of more than ten rolls. International return, please add US$3 for shipping. 

Service Time

This film is processed on a volume basis, so turn around time varies.  Please allow between six and twelve months for return to you.


Please send your film, check, and your name and address in a padded mailer to:

11801 E 33rd Ave Ste A
Aurora, CO 80010

If you desire proof of delivery, please send your film via Certified U.S. Mail Return Receipt Requested.

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Please note

Because of the age and nature of these films and processes, we do not offer any guarantee.  No refund is available regardless of results.  Service times subject to change depending on volume, machine, and material availability.  Our guarantee to you is that we will do our very best to obtain your memories and the best possible image from your film.

This type of film, along with Verichrome, is the type most frequently found in old Kodak Brownie cameras.







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