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Mpix processes a wide variety of C-41-compliant film: color 35 mm, single-use cameras, and black-and-white film labeled "process C-41." C-41, the most common reference for Kodak's developing process for color negative film, is synonymous with CN-16 (Fuji) and AP70 (Agfa). Each canister of compatible film states somewhere on it "process C-41." Once your film has been developed, you can unlock your scans and order products. If you would like digital downloads of your files, you will need to purchase a DVD Archive of your scans. For more on film, click here.
Though every precaution is taken to ensure the safety of our film, unfortunately even with the best operators and best machines, error is possible. Submitting any film to this firm for processing, printing or other handling constitutes an AGREEMENT by you that any damages or loss by our company, subsidiary or agents, even though due to the negligence or other fault of our company, subsidiary or agents, will only entitle you to replacement with a like amount of unexposed film and processing. Except for such replacement, the acceptance of the film is without other warranty or liability, and recovery for any incidental or consequential damages is excluded.