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Discussion in 'Collectables, Literature, & Models' started by R33, Mar 26, 2018.

  1. R33

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  3. epdowd

    epdowd Formula Junior
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    I am always looking for photos of 250 GTEs for the GTE Register. Do you have any?
     
  4. Ferrari27

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    Paul. I do not think I have seen any posts from you in the UK section. It looks like you have some great pictures there. They would be worth posting in the "Old photos of UK Ferraris" thread.

    Robert.
     
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    What is the easiest way to develop them? I do have a few sitting around.
     
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  6. R33

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    Hi Robert,
    I used to post here quite a lot, and mostly old photos of my own from the 80's. The negatives and slides i have for sale are what i have collected over the years, and i wanted to appeal to any collectors out there. Generally speaking, most of those collectors are overseas.
     
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  8. R33

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    They don't need developing, they are developed already. They just need scanning for either print or PC viewing.
     
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    R33 Formula Junior

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    I will certainly look
     
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    Where would I take my slides in order to have them "scanned"?
     
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  13. ingegnere

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    Where I am COSTCO offers that service and provides the resulting digital images on a DVD. About $30 for the first 50 images and similar unit cost for any additional slide.
     
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    Do you have to leave the slides there or can you watch them in action? Some of these pictures are priceless...
     
  15. ingegnere

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    Unfortunately, you need to leave the slides with them... for up to 4 weeks (!!).

    Maybe, given the irreplaceable nature of the slides, best to try to find a specialized photo shop that offers this service and ask for the scanning to be done in your presence.
     
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  16. R33

    R33 Formula Junior

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    Most photographic shops would do it.
    I have my own scanner, which does a very good job and very cheap really.
    I have slides and negatives going back to 1930's with motorsport so i wanted to do them myself.
    Some of the Ferrari ones i have are very rare, not something i'd want strange people putting their grubby hands on
     
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  17. R33

    R33 Formula Junior

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    They are indeed. !! Mine are always for sale for interested parties.
     
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  18. Robert W

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    I have sent you a PM
     

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