Not everyone uses digital cameras. Some people prefer film to digital and continue to use advanced photo system (APS) film to take pictures. Although digital photography is today's norm for taking and printing photos, plenty of outlets still develop film, including Kodak Advantix film. Options for developing Kodak Advantix film include mailing your film to an processing lab for development or taking your film to a local certified processor to handle.
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Remove the Kodak Advantix film from the camera and place in a dry envelope, resealable plastic storage bag, or container. Keep unexposed film in temperatures of 70°F or lower. You should develop the film soon after exposure.
Mail your film to a major film-processing centre like Snapfish or The Photo Place. You can visit their websites to get instructions, costs, and mailing address information. Many labs offer free shipping labels on their websites that you can print off and use for mailing in your film.
Take your rolls of Kodak Advantix film to your local photo developer. Certified processors will have the "Advanced Photo System Photofinishing" logo displayed.
Receive your photos from the processor. Certified processors are required to return the film cassette with your negatives inside, and an index print showing all photos, in addition to the prints.
Order reprints, as desired. Use the index print to identify which photos you want reprinted. You will need to return the Kodak Advantix film cassette to the processor to get reprints processed.
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