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> Jonathan Sweetwood, the author of the article, claims to have heard rumors > about a scanner in R&D that will allow a user to scan "exposed, but unprocessed > film". Think about it, you'd still have to buy film, but as soon as you shot > the roll, you'd pop out the canister, plop it into the scanner, and gain > immediate access to your images. All I can say is I hope its true and if so, I > hope it's a quality unit and not years away from availability. > Right. There's also a bridge in Brooklyn I hear is for sale. I can get you half price. Perhaps the rumor is from the Roswell Institute for the Study of UFO's. There are cameras today that can do this. They are called digital cameras. -bruce - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.