Digital photography's popularity with consumers may be ramping up, but it's not expected to pull the rug out from under supermarkets' traditional film-processing business for at least several years. General-merchandise executives say that while the handwriting may be on the wall, it takes binoculars to see it. "The issue of what impact digital cameras will have on regular film, cameras and photoprocessing is still a blip on the radar screen," said Bill Mansfield, vice president of nonfood ...
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