So, the prints are digital prints? Not prints derived from the actual negative? In other words, does the Frontier scan the negative to a digital file, then print the picture?<br><br>****************<br>
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<br>For prints from film, it works as it always has.<br><br>For prints from digitial, a laser shoots an image of the .jpg onto photo paper, which is then run through the usual chemicals. <br><br>So film won't be going away anytime soon, because all the machines can still do it. <br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>In other words, does the Frontier scan the negative to a digital file, then print the picture?<p><hr></blockquote><p>The short answer is yes. <br><br>The film is scanned, brought up on a monitor where the operator can make adjustments if desired, then sent to the machine for the laser printing on photo paper.<br><br>
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