So far, supermarkets have been waiting for movement on the Advanced Photo System. Even though APS made its debut a little more than a year ago, sales have remained sluggishly slow for most food chains. "APS is slow. We're selling a few APS cameras, but they aren't jumping off the shelf. Consumers who need a new camera will pick an APS, but if not they're perfectly happy with their present cameras," said Charles Yahn, vice president of general merchandise at Associated Wholesalers, Robesonia, ...

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