CVS is the first national retail chain to offer camera phone printing and is using Kodak’s Picture Maker digital station, a countertop kiosk that routes print orders to a printer behind the counter. According to a company spokesman, the chain will advertise the new photo service primarily through its circulars.
The Picture Maker digital station kiosks can accept digital photos wirelessly from any camera phone equipped with infrared or Bluetooth. CVS will charge 29 cents per print, the same price it charges for traditional analog and digital camera prints.
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