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    Drum scans in Montreal?

    Asking for someone who just found their old reliable lab had closed down.

    Does anyone know of a good place in or around Montreal that does high quality drum scans?

    thanks
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    Drum scans in Montreal?

    Corlab (175 Peel, Corner Wellington, almost in Old Montréal) does 11,000 DPI drum scanning. It will take 17x18 inches flexible originals and the price is 1.25/1.50/2.25 canadian dollars per Mb for a CMYK/RGB/Grayscale job.

    I never used this service myself, but I've been a customer for other jobs for a while and I've always been very satisfied with this pro lab.

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    Drum scans in Montreal?

    Photosynthese on St-Laurent street.
    Try this Web site

    Salut
    Michel

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    Drum scans in Montreal?

    Photosynthese on St-Laurent street.
    Try this Web site

    Salut

    Michel

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    Drum scans in Montreal?

    The best place is Pepin Scans in old Montreal.

    Http://www.pepinscans.com

    The only do scan...it is there speciallity.

    They do all my work and they are PRO !!

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    Drum scans in Montreal?

    Thanks Regis

    "They do all my work and they are PRO !!"

    I sure hope so at those prices... ;-)
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    Drum scans in Montreal?

    Hello Tim !

    Thank you for the reply
    Is it too expensive ? it's canadian dollar price
    Every scans come with a proof of 95% of the print
    They are really the PRO in color retouching. ( High quality scans )
    I do a lot of drum scans for my business so I deal with them at a good price

    Let me know if you have a better drum scan services.

    Have a very great day !



    Regis

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    Drum scans in Montreal?

    I'm sure they are good Regis. I have generally found drum scan prices up here in Canada quite high though.

    For a 500mb scan, Pepin's prices would look to be CDN$500.00 ?

    The place I send them out to in the US (whose website I can't find now, having just moved, and all my receipts are in boxes...) was about US$160.00 for 500mb (mind you, that was 8bit, I don't see if the Pepinscans are 8 or 16bit in RGB? - for 16bit it is usually about about US$200 I think)
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    Re: Drum scans in Montreal?

    Super old thread, I realize.. but in case anyone comes across this thread and is looking for drum scans in Montreal, I've recently started offering a new scanning service with my Linotype-Hell (Heidelberg) ChromaGraph S3400. And my prices are much more reasonable than big labs in Montreal, Toronto, NYC etc.

    Studio Matthew Brooks (SMB), studiomatthewbrooks.com

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    Re: Drum scans in Montreal?

    Quote Originally Posted by MBrooks View Post
    Super old thread, I realize.. but in case anyone comes across this thread and is looking for drum scans in Montreal, I've recently started offering a new scanning service with my Linotype-Hell (Heidelberg) ChromaGraph S3400. And my prices are much more reasonable than big labs in Montreal, Toronto, NYC etc.

    Studio Matthew Brooks (SMB), studiomatthewbrooks.com
    Your side-by-side comparison has almost convinced me to buy Epson flatbed. Anyway, good to know you're out there, I've always wanted to try a drum scan of one of my negs.

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