I just took a roll of Ektar 100 into Wolf Camera, it's the remnant of the last "real" store in Sarasota, Florida. Al least many of the people working there have been there for years, and some go back to the precursor Norton Camera, way back. So......

$4.50 to develop only - cheaper than Walgreens! - and $4.99 to scan to CD at 2400 dpi. I should have asked if that was just their normal, or the max for the machine. It's a Fuji Frontier.

The clerk asked if he could help me, and with the roll on the counter, I said, "Yes, I'd like this film developed." He responded, "Film, hun?" We both laughed. The internet or onsite digital uploads are what keep the lab guys employed.