Specialist Film Processing

Specialist Film Developing and Printing

Formats include:

110 Film 126 Film 127 Film

Develop and Print (Gloss/Matt) to:



£40/ €45 per item

Pricing includes complimentary scanning to CD

Specialist Film Developing and Printing

127 Film

Introduced by Kodak in 1912 with the “Vest Pocket” folding camera- advertised as a smaller, portable camera compared to the large 120 film cameras. In that time, cameras like the Brownie or the Zeiss Ikon Kolibri used the 127 film format.

126 Film

Officially launched by Kodak in 1963, this format was the company’s response to wide customer complaints with the difficulty of loading cartridges in roll film cameras. This format also complemented the Kodak product range of Instamatic cameras.

110 Film

Released in 1972, 110 film was Kodak’s 126 film cartridge descendant. Following the 126 film cartridge success with their Instamatic camera product line, the 110 film cartridges was an answer to the film industry’s increasing standardisation of using smaller format negatives.

Happy Ireland Productions Find my Nearest Locations


Find your Nearest Location

With over 200 outlets across the Island of Ireland that offer our services, Happy Ireland Productions is never too far away from you!

We Also Do These Film Formats

35mm Colour Film Negative Developing and Printing


Advanced Photo System (APS) Developing and Printing
Prints from phone, CD and memory cards
Photo enlargements from Negatives
Black and White Film Developing and Printing
E6 Slide Processing


How Does It Work?

We operate through drop-in and collection with either our main headquarters in Belfast or through our partners. The respective team member will walk you through our process and get everything organised, it’s that simple! Once Happy Ireland Productions receives your order, we go through the necessary quality checks and inspection then begin digitising your precious memories into DVD or a digital file. You’ll receive your original media with your digital copies at the respective outlet you dropped it in.

What Can I Digitise?

Our experts and technicians are proud when we say we can digitise over 50 different formats of analogue media to your choice of DVD and USB or both! This includes a range of videotapes, records and audio tapes, cine film, slides and negatives. We challenge you to find a format we can’t transfer.

How Long Does It Take?

We ask for 7-10 business days for all transfer services upon receiving your media. However, we may need additional time to process your order due to the order size, promotions or public holidays.

I Think My Tape Or Film Could Be Blank, Will I Be Charged?

Rest assured, you will not! During the inspection, any blanks will be documented in the final report which is included in your order.

Do I Get Charged By Video Length?

Nope, we charge each tape individually regardless of content time. So one tape could be 30 mins long and another 8 hours long but you’ll be charged accordingly! Did we mention it’s affordable too?