Higher-speed films and enhanced, lighter single-use cameras are expected to help lift film sales and photo-processing volume at supermarkets this year. Retailers contacted by SN specifically mentioned Kodak's self-adjusting 800-speed Gold Max film (that performs well in varying lighting conditions), and Fuji Photo Film USA's higher-speed, single-use cameras, as products that they believe will stimulate increased photo activities among their customers. These items were among many ...

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