since today the lines of traditional and digital photography are getting blurried I have a question. First of all my dedicated 35mm film scanner is toast (my own fault im sure) but there is the problem. The flat bed I have will work fine for any artistic things I care to do on 35mm in black and white. But it won't do color since it isn't supposed to do negs at all. So I am trying to decide do I want to replace the scanner with another dedicated one or just keep what I have and then have the very few rolls of color I do scanned at the store. What do I really want in a scanned image. Well it doesn't have to be a great resolution probably 4mega pix would be fine.. that about 2400 dpi i think. So the question is? What is the resolution of a cd made on a store digital kiosk. yes I'm told you can feed your roll of film in and make your own cd. I suppose that is true though I don't have a lot of faith in the clerk who explained that to me. So if it is possible what is the resolution. And how many rolls will it let me feed per cd. If any of you know please let me know so I can make a decission as to whether I want to invest in another scanner for the very few rolls of color I do.