Some examples of how to use our outdated Kodak Advantix 400 APS film.


This is how the outdated Kodak Advantix 400 APS photo came back from the photo lab:


Mounted Police in the audience at an afternoon event at the 2012 Calgary Stampede


This is the same photo after it was adjusted.
First it was scanned using an inexpensive Epson desktop scanner (Epson Stylus NX515). Then it was given a quick, automated color adjustment using Paint.NET, a very good Photoshop workalike that is 100% free.

All I did was click the "autolevels" button.


This is the same photo scanned and converted to black and white:


Most photo modification software has a function for converting to black and white.


  Item: APS400

Kodak Advantix APS SO 400 film (25 exposures)

Per roll: $US. 
(click here to see other currencies)

For scanning, editing, and printing your photographs, we recommend Paint.NET, a very good Photoshop workalike that is 100% free.

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