Memories are going digital, and the new cameras that capture them are selling faster than ever before. Supermarkets are gradually getting up to speed with the digital camera popularity by installing digital photo-processing kiosks and other digital-related services to stave off the slow sales erosion of traditional film and one-time use cameras. For example, Lunds/Byerly's, two banners under Lund Food Holdings, Edina, Minn., recently purchased Sony Picture Station digital photo-processing ...
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