Is there a good way to convert "normal" photographs into digital ones?

#1
I'm going to a concert in a week and I want to take pictures for my friends who can't come, but don't wanna bring the expensive digital camera... I was thinking going with a disposable... but is there any way to convert that into digital without losing quality? Seems scanning the pictures would degrade them significantly.
#3
Depending on where you live, use a Kodak booth. They can turn rolls of film into high quality digital prints... however, that still doesn't get them on your comp.
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#5
Film development places often offer you the film as prints or as digital copies on a disk now. Go ask in the shop.
#6
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Depending on where you live, use a Kodak booth. They can turn rolls of film into high quality digital prints... however, that still doesn't get them on your comp.

As long as I have a flash drive with me though I'm good right?
#7
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It is not possible without significant loss in quality.

Why don't you invent...

...a disposable digital camera?!

#8
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Film development places often offer you the film as prints or as digital copies on a disk now. Go ask in the shop.



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#9
If you have film, there are some devices you can buy to scan them into your PC.
Great quality too, i used it for about 14000 pictures or so.
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#10
I got some film put onto a CD by a high street developers and there was no real degrade in quality.