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Dry Development?

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>Trying to get film developed locally in the US without having to give it to an expensive lab
>Go to local store
>Ask if they can develop it
>Say it's a 200 speed color film
>"We don't do color films anymore, they're too sensitive to temperature changes and we got rid of that equipment years ago"
>Bite the bullet and send it off anyways, not time sensitive and it was $5 but it takes 2 weeks
>"If it was black and white, I could do it with dry development"
>Dry Development
This guy was pulling my leg, right? I've done photography for years and never heard of dry development. Also, what places still offer 1 hour film development?
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