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Polaroid Pictures I had a Polaroid Land camera between1969 andthe 70's. I have some pictures that I would like to have enlarged and enhanced, they are of Loved Ones that are no longer with me. Please help me! I no longer have the camera.

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Hello dapnoh1969,   I also have old negatives, prints and Polaroids. I invested some money into an Epson Perfection scanner and am now copying all my neagtives, slides, Polaroids, prints to my computer. I also had to buy a larger external harddrive to save all my pictures, but the results are great. If you don't feel like investing into a scanner and other peripherals, may I suggest your local photo lab. They could probably drum scan your Polaroids into 100 MB Tiff's and blow them up to poster size. The last idea is a bit more expensive. Hope this helps.

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