Great news posted this week! - I used the previous service once, last August, and had asked then about possibility of getting digital vs. paper copy; was told this was a popular request that was being worked on. And now it's available! and free!
Subject: Family Search Photoduplication Service
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2013
Family Search has had a service for many years, to obtain a photocopy of any record they have on microfilm for $2 each if you know the microfilm number, record title, name, date etc. of the record.
Now this is a free e-mail system. You can order up to 5 records a month for free through e-mail, they send you a link to an online Family Search file storage site where you download a zip file with your images at no charge. In your email include LDS film number from https://familysearch.org/catalog-search, record number, record type, name of person(s) on record, title of record, and date of record, for up to 5 records per month.
Great for New York City birth/death/marriage index http://www.italiangen.org or any other record where you know enough information to find the right microfilm. It should also work for LDS filmed records indexed by JRI-Poland. This sounds like a good option for Israelis who do not have Family History Center access.
I did one order and it took about 2 weeks to get the e-mail link to the copies. Some of the copies are a little blurry and dark, but you can't beat the price and all the records are legible.
See here for more information including the e-mail address to send an order:
President, JGSPBCI Boca Raton, FL