quick question! Scanning Kodak Film (Disposable Camera)

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    CapNHerb TPF Noob!

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    Hey, so I'm using a CanoScan8800F to scan negatives . I was able to scan the negatives that I had in sleeves from CVS, Wallgreens, etc...which I could visibly see the pictures in the frames..

    But I opened up the disposables film and I haven't been able to get them to scan. I don't see any image on the film either...any suggestions?

    Any help would be great
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    CapNHerb TPF Noob!

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    Do I need to develop the film with solution?
     
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    Yes, all film needs to be processed. Now that you exposed the unprocessed film from the disposables to light its completely ruined. There is no point in having it developed now.
     
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    well at least it was only one. thanks.
     

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