Stuartli 20:05 29 Jul 2003

Kodak's PhotoCD facility has been available for several years - if you take a film (or digital memory card) in for developing at participating outlets, you can also order a CD-ROM containing the photographs.

You can view them on your computer, as stated, or reorder prints from the CD-ROM. There are also a variety of untilities provided on the disk.

I have one of the Kodak CD-ROM cases in front of me (styled like a DVD case) which is about three years old - it claims that a protection system, PictureGuard, protects against fingerprints and scratches and gives an estimated lifetime of 100 years or more.

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