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What is Kodak APS film?

What is Kodak APS film?

Advanced Photo System (APS) is a discontinued film format for still photography first produced in 1996. It was marketed by Eastman Kodak under the brand name Advantix, by FujiFilm under the name Nexia, by Agfa under the name Futura and by Konica as Centuria.

Can you still get Advantix film developed?

We can develop and print or scan (digitize) your Advantix 24mm film, as well as make prints or scanning rolls of APS film that you have already had developed. We correct every negative we print to achieve the best pictures possible, every time.

What is the difference between APS film and 35mm?

APS film is smaller than 35mm film, so pictures are less clear. It cost more to buy each roll of film, costs more to have them developed, and there were fewer places to have it developed. APS died an immediate death because it was created out of greed, not for any real need.

Does Walmart develop APS film?

Luckily, there are a few places locally to help anyone develop their film. Walmart, Walgreens, and CVS all provide film development services.

What can you use instead of APS film?

I would recommend finding a replacement 35mm film camera instead. People like fuji have just stopped making the APS film your camera uses and the system will give inherently poorer images than a standard 35mm camera would anyway and they are cheap as chips these days.

Where can I get my Kodak film developed?

No matter what type of film requires developing, you can bring it to your local CVS Photo location for processing. Services include processing for 35mm film, disposable cameras, Advanced Photo System film, black and white film, 110 film and slide film.

What size are APS negatives?

APS Advantix Film Negatives APS films are compact, cartridge-based, 24mm wide films allowing for three image formats, including a panoramic format.

What is an APS negative?

APS film or Advanced Photo System is a discontinued film type that was fairly common at the end of the 90s. The negatives are kept inside the cartridge, even after development. It’s a tiny and fiddly film to work with, but the smartphone film scanner makes scanning this film an easy job!

How much does it cost to develop a Kodak film?

We still process 35mm, APS and 120 colour negative film in-house.

Colour Negative film develop & print develop only
135-12 $14.95 $7.95
135-24 / 27 $17.95 $7.95
135-36 / 39 $19.95 $7.95
120 $7.95