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WDW Theme Parks Discuss Digital Photos to CD in the Vacation Planning forums; Hi Everyone, I know that there are some places in WDW that will transfer your digital photos to CD. Has anyone done this and what is the fee? Thanks...
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    Digital Photos to CD

    Hi Everyone,

    I know that there are some places in WDW that will transfer your digital photos to CD. Has anyone done this and what is the fee?

    Thanks
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    In the MK, Exposition Hall on Main St. (on the right side as your walking down) is a camera shop that transfers digital photos to CD, it will also charge your battery. I have no idea how much it costs but I can almost guarantee you it's more then what you normally pay. I am pretty sure all the parks will offer this service at their camera stores, which are usually close to the entrance of each park.
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    I think we paid $12 to have it done but since we didn't have any memory card or choice, it wasn't a bad fee for them to do the work. And the CD's have Mickey ears on it.


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    Pretty sure I'll end up using that service, my memory card doesn't hold that many pics, plus it will be nice to have them on disc, I'm always so paranoid that I'll delete all my photos before I save them on my computer. It's a nice souvenir too!


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    If you only have a small card, in the end it may be worth it to invest into a larger card, you can get one for as low as $30. Look for a 512 or 1GB



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