I like to use film camera's, but I dont like the time it takes to scan the prints. I know I should be scanning the negatives but my scanner isnt meant to do that, and I dont have the $$$$ to put out for a negative scanner at this time. *On a side note, how mujch is a descent negative scanner?* So what I was thinking of doing is to go to walmart and get them to develop my negatives but instead of printing prints, most of which I dont care for anywase, and have them put them on cd. The walmart in town scannes the prints to put on a kodak cd, but they scan the negative to put on a walmart cd. Im pretty sure I can send the film out to a kodak developer from walmart *they got 2 displays on the side for film to be mailed out, even though they probably do it in store*. But I want highly scanned images. I just put in my kodak picture cd from 2000 *used a disposable camera and on the package was a coupon for a free picture cd, so I thought why not* and the images are only 1.5mp. So my question here is how many mp are the pictures on a walmart picture cd and how many on the kodak picture cd, assuming they have improved the kodak one since 2000. I remember hearinng about that there was 2 levels of kodak picture cd, consumer and pro, and the pro has 3 file sizes. I phoned walmart but the girl had no clue what I was talking about. So my 2ndary question would be if you had to choose between a Kodak picture cd and a walmart picture cd, which would you go for? Or are they both not that great and you prefer to scan your own negatives? Its my understanding that walmarts, etc use really expensive scanners that would outdo any home negative scanner.