Hi, I have been googling for a while now and I know this might be a really common post, I haven't found anything that clears something up for me. I was at an exhibition the other day and saw the term Digital C Print on some work. And have been wondering about it, so if I get this right, a digital C print is on regular photo paper, like Fuji Crystal Archive... and it's exposed by lasers then developed with regular dark room photo processing chemicals? I think I have that right, so is any laser printer using that process? Trying to work out if prints from Costco's Noristu QSS 3411 is giving me digital prints OR digital C prints? Or are those two terms the same thing? How about the Fuji minilabs they have in Walgreens? Any help for the confused very much appreciated thanks!