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Film to digital photo dilema

My daughter is going to sleep away camp for three weeks. She loves taking photos and has a blog of pictures she takes. She usually uses a digital camera, but there is no electricity in the cabins, and obviously no computer to offload photos. However, the canteen offers free 35mm film. If she took a film camera, could she convert the pictures on film to digital photos? Where can she do this?

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Any place that still develops film will have the option to convert to cd or dvd,
and you can purchase a cheap scanner to do it yoursef

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