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April 9, 2012 - 26 went

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  • Allan D.

    Great presentation Bob and Peter, I do think digital media can last as long and old film media, it just needs to be cared for. It is true you always need a device to view digital, that can be said of a negatives and slides also. Digital prints now can last as long or longer than silver prints and certainly of most commercial print processes available to consumers.

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  • Peter M.

    Thanks Allan. Good point. I did forget to say that prints from digital files are another way to preserve digital images. Probably the best, if stored carefully.

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