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"But I'm slowly scanning all my photos into the computer, so the negatives are not as necessary these days."

I used to process all my own black and white film, and still have virtually every B&W (as well as color which I did not process) film negative I've ever shot; that collection dates back to when I was in 7th grade and got my first "real" camera. My uncle gave me his old Kodak Retina with a leaf shutter and German Schneider Kreuznach lens. The image quality from that camera is amazing.


While I may digitize them all once I retire, I'll never discard the negatives.
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