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• Use this convenient mailer to process your 35mm, 36 exposure rolls of slide film, of ANY brand. Expose, package, mail and it's returned to your house! How simple could it be? Fujifilm processing is known for its quality and consistency from batch to batch.
Fujifilm 35mm and 120 E6 Slide Film Mailer For ALL Brands of Slide Film.
Please Note: Mailers may show an early expiration date. however they are valid at least thru 12/31/2015.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Consistent (22),Accurate (17),Good tonal range (10),Scans well (9),Reproduces well (8)
Best Uses:
Travel (20),Home (12),Artwork (7),Photojournalism (6),Office (5),Action shots (4),Sports photography (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (12),Enthusiast (9),Semi-pro photographer (7),Casual photographer (4),Professional (3)

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.4

(based on 41 reviews)

97%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (25)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (10)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Easy & Quick Turn Around Time

These mailers have expiration dates. The dates are put on the envelope for Fuji's accountability and fiscal tracking. "Expired" envelopes WILL be processed.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Received expired mailers

Expiration date is well before I received product. After talking to customer support, they sent new mailers, same expiration date as first order. Talked to customer support again, they sent an email a day later stating Fuji would honor expired mailers till 12/31/14. Should have current unexpired mailers available. But they did solve my problem quickly.

Reviewed by 41 customers

 
5.0

I would buy this product

By

from Sacramento. CA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I purchased these mailers to develop Fuji Velvia slide film. I am hapy that adorama has these mailers available to do this since there are few if any photo labs around to develop slide film.

 
1.0

Received expired mailers

By

from Detroit area  -  Photo Enthusiast

Expiration date is well before I received product. After talking to customer support, they sent new mailers, same expiration date as first order. Talked to customer support again, they sent an email a day later stating Fuji would honor expired mailers till 12/31/14. Should have current unexpired mailers available. But they did solve my problem quickly.

 
4.0

the price keeps climbing

By

from Earth  -  Semi-pro Photographer

What other option do I have?

 
4.0

Easy and fast

By

from Fargo, ND  -  Photo Enthusiast

Labs vanished as everyone went digital. Yet I still love Fujichrome and my old Nikons. This is the simplest way to get slides developed, and the results are excellent.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Expiration Date is NOT an Issue

By

from Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin

I put up a review of this product, and there's no way to edit or add to it, so I'll put up another one: My one issue with these mailers was that they showed an expiration date; I don't shoot that much film, and was concerned about being able to use these before they expire. I was able to contact Dwayne's Photo in Parsons, Kansas, where these are sent for processing, and was told by a very nice lady that they will honor the mailers and do the processing even if it's after the expiration date. So I'm back to a 100% positive review of this item; at least for me, a non-professional, the turnaround time is acceptable, and I have found the quality of the processing and mounting to be excellent.

 
5.0

Great, but Beware of EXPIRATION DATE!!!

By

from Sturgeon Bay, WI  -  Photo Enthusiast

This is a great item, and it goes a long way to simplifying film processing. In fact, for me, it makes it possible; in my neck of the woods, I have nowhere to go to get 35mm slide film processed and mounted. The price is very reasonable and includes return postage. HOWEVER... If you are more or less a "hobbyist" photographer and don't go through lots of film, be aware that these mailers have an EXPIRATION DATE; I only recently noticed this because they have started printing the expiration notice on the outside of the envelope flap; the older ones I have hid the expiration date on the back of the Customer Receipt/Shipping Label, and it's 12/31/2013, and I have a few more that expire on 3/31/2014. I don't go through that much film, so I'll be hard pressed to use these things up before they expire.

 
4.0

Beware the US Postal Service

By

from Portland OR  -  Semi-pro Photographer

FYI I have recently returned from digital to film on some work, so I used these mailers. I weighed the envelope containing the film and put what I thought was adequte postage. It was returned to me by the postal service with a note that the postage was $1.95--about an additional 25%.

 
5.0

E6 Mailer exactly!

By

from Cambridge MA  -  Pro Photographer

A great tool for surrealism in photographic art.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Had to Use Film - Used Provia

By

from WV  -  Pro Photographer

We visited Green Bank National Radio Astronomy Observatory. No digital cameras were allowed on the area where the radio towers are located. So out came the Canon F-1 and I used film! Good results, fast processing time, no problems whatsoever!

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

There are fewer and fewer choices.

By

from san diego, CA  -  Casual Photographer

I photograph landscapes primarily.

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richard g  Will fuji process kodak slide film?
ALLISON B  Yes, definitely. I used it for many kinds of slidefilm.
warner y  Are mailers for 1 roll of film or can contain multiple rolls ?
MARC W  mailers are per roll
DALE M  This mailer is for mounted individual slides? Right?
TOM B  They come back mounted in 2x2 cardboad mounts.
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