I was recently given my grandfathers Nikkormat Ftn camera. For a while i was buying kodak 400tx bw 35mm film for the camera and the standard 3x5 prints looked great, only problem was the film takes 2 to 3 weeks to develop it and it was very expensive. I became impatient on waiting that long and spending that much and decided to try Kodaks BW 400cn film that can be processed at one hour photo labs like walmart:thumbdown:. I decided that just getting the negatives and the digital cd would be my best bet cost wise. Also i like to be able to preview the pictures on my laptop before deciding on what to print. OK so i'm obviously new at this stuff but i really enjoy the new old camera and have been taking some nice pictures that i would like to enlarge to 8x10. I brought my Cd to walmart:thumbdown: and Tried one of their little kodak machines that u just pick the pictures from the CD and it instantly prints them for u, which i thought was pretty cool. Well the 8x10 turned out horrible they were not very detailed and the color was way off. I would really like to achieve high quality 8x10 and would like to know how to achieve this. 1) Is this kodak BW400cn film decent to use? Other suggestions? 2) Whats the best way for me to get 8x10 excellent quality prints? 3) Should i just get the enlargements from the negatives or is using the CD ok quality wise. hmmm i think i have more questions, but for now if anyone wants to take some time and help me it would be much appreciated. Thanks p.s hope to be posting some pictures soon for some critique!