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I'd like to convert my film camera's to digital. It will take me a while. So in the meantime, does anybody know of a cheap processing method to get the pictures back?

I don't even require hardcopy. If it were cheaper, I'd like to get the 35mm film developed right to a CD rom.

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BRH,

I believe Wal-Mart will put those 35mm pics on a disc for you for $4.50 regardless of how many exposures there are on a roll. At least that is what I was told at the Bolivar WM not too long ago.

Check into it. That sounds like a really good deal to me if it's true.
 

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Hyvee, Walgreens, Walmart...they all will be able to digitize your pics...but regardless, Walmart is usually the cheapest!:bangin:
 
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