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Preserving Film Memories with Your Digital Camera

Practically any child who’s ever inherited anything from a relative received a box of aging slides and negatives as part of the bargain. None of us really asked for this stuff. It’s just loaded up with the rest of the mementos.

The funny thing is, there are often treasures sandwiched in there between the embarrassing vacation shots and awkward birthday moments. But to discover…

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