Computers may have not won the war yet, but the digital revolution has begun in photo/film and the effect is hitting retailers sooner than later. Digital cameras, in-store computerized photo-processing kiosks and Internet sites devoted to digital imagery are slowly transforming the photo/film category forever, and no nostalgic 35mm can bring it back. In 2000, 6.7 million units of digital cameras are expected to be sold, and that number will soar exponentially to almost 42 million by 2005, ...

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