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Shutterfly partners with Kodak

Shutterfly, an online photo service, has signed a deal with Eastman Kodak to offer 35mm and APS film
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Written by Margaret Kane on

Qualex, Kodak’s photofinishing subsidiary, will provide traditional film development and scanning services for Shutterfly customers and will transfer digital images to the Shutterfly site.

Once the pictures are at the site, users can manipulate them digitally and email them to friends. Kodak Monday announced a new service that will allow it to print photos that are stored online and took an equity stake in Snapfish.com, another online photo firm.

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