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We are sorry but we do NOT scan the APS film. The film negative will look similar to the picture, below.
The APS film is housed in a single-spool 39 mm long plastic cartridge. The films is also stored in the cartridge after it is developed. The cartridge has indicators on it to show the condition of the film inside the cartridge. The cartridge and the film are identified by corresponding numbers.
Full circle: Unexposed
Half circle: Partly exposed
Cross sign: Fully exposed but not processed
Additionally, a tab on this end of the cartridge indicates that the cartridge has been processed; APS processing equipment punches out this tab.
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