I found some old film in my closet. Kodak Advantix from 2001. Is it worth the effort to try and get it devloped, or should i just dispose of it.
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Old expired film is probably going to have very poor color and contrast, with lots of grain.
Still, I think it would be interesting to see what you have on that roll. It won't cost too much to get it developed/processed, and a digital scan made of each negative. Then you can use editing software to improve image or turn it into a B&W photo.
is it worth the effort to try and get it developed?
With overwhelming strain to my phalanges, carpels, and retinas, I managed to google "where to get Aps Film developed." This place came up first: https://processonephoto.com/mail-order-advantix-aps-film-developing.htm
You will have to take a deep breath, steel your mind, prepare your body...You will have to journey, from the depths of your home to the local post office box in order to mail your film. Then you'll have to wait. And wait. And then finally, you will have your images. This journey will tax your legs, your arms, your patience, and your soul. But there is no other way.
or should i just dispose of it?
Okay, I guess there is another way. Toss it in the fire. Much less effort.