Converting Negatives to Digital

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    I have 100's of negatives that I would like to have converted to digital images. Does anybody know of a good place to have this done? Can you drop negatives or even photos off at a developing store and they do it? I've been searching online but I can't find anything. Maybe I am not using the right kind of search terms. Any ideas???
     
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    If you have a Walgreens where you are, take the negatives to them, and ask to have them put on a CD. There's usually a small extra charge involved, but it's not too bad.

    I don't think they're to the point yet, where you can just put a negative in the self-serve kiosk and do it yourself.. (but maybe - I haven't been there for awhile)..
     
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    Shattered is right. Most places that do developing can what you want When I talked to someone at Walmart I think they said it was something like 30 cents a pic to have then put on a CD, but don't hold me to that.
     

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