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Electronic `Development' A New Photo Option

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Capturing magic moments on camera has always been a favorite New Zealand pastime. Sharing them with family and friends is also a very popular concequence that provides hours of interest and amusement.

Until recently the only way to show others your `best shots' was to send them additional prints. Now, with the advent of Kroma and Jumbo electronic options and the wonders of the computer age, all your exciting images are available on CD, floppy disk or on-line.

For less than $20 you get 24 colour photos as prints for your album and as digital images to view on your computer. If you choose the on-line option, you can send them to family and friends on the other side of the world at the click of the button.

Andreq Madsen, Marketing Manager of Kroma and Jumbo is ecstatic about their latest development. "These exciting new options do not replace Kroma and Jumbo prints. The Photos on Disk and ON-LINE additions are brillant products that give people another way to view, store and share their photographs for a very addordable price. We're delighted to be offering this innovative photographic product."

Kroma and Jumbo prints and electronic imaging are avaliable at Pharmacies displaying the Kroma and Jumbo signs throughout New Zealand, or visit their web sites at www.kroma.co.nz and www.jumbo.co.nz.

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