Re: Digital camera advice...

From: Dave Rose ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 04/05/04-08:43:34 PM Z
Message-id: <006801c41b80$f50e1080$c6cc9045@Dave>

I have a Kodak Easyshare DX3900 that's about 2 years old. It's a great
little camera! Easy to use, decent image quality, and close focus
capability. I'm sure you could buy a newer/better/cheaper version of the
Easyshare right now at a great price. No matter which camera you buy, it's
the person pushing the shutter button that makes the great photos.

Best regards from Big Wonderful Wyoming,
Dave Rose, aka the Cactus Cowboy

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jack Fulton" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, April 03, 2004 7:48 PM
Subject: Re: Digital camera advice...

> >
> > I know I will need 4.0 MPix or higher for this. I have waded through
> > many reviews and cannot seem to find one that suits, they all have too
> > many gimmicks! Does anyone have a recommendation? I know for under 350
> > bucks I won't get the best, but that's all I can afford. I have no
> > great interest in video, zoom, or the other fancy stuff that most come
> > with. A macro feature would be useful though.
> >
> The best deal out there is the Kodak EasyShare DX4530 for about $250
> if you web-shop. The ratings are excellent. I believe it saves only in
> JPEG but, hey, that is good enough. I have used an Olympus D600L 1.3
> mega-pixel for about 8 years and, dang, it is terrific. I constantly
> stand in the awe of dawn's early rise snapping blossoms as Spring
> expands. The imagery is fabulosomente.
> The new hot one in my mind the Casio 6 mpxl Exilim Pro EX-6000 which is
> $650 but in a month it'll be $625 or less.
> Jack Fulton
> You will never be alone with a poet in your pocket.
> John Adams
Received on Mon Apr 5 20:38:17 2004

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