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RE: Digitals for flowers?

I just bought a Nikon D100. Have not had enough time to really play with
it. My old sony used to enter the pictures on floppies... so storage was
not a problem... just carrying all those floppies was :) That was a
great camera and after a million pictures it kinda died.. floppies get
stuck, screams when you take a picture all the signs of -- it is time
for a new one.

My new camera has different size memory cards available. I bought a
1GB... so it can hold about 500 pictures at a time. Downloads easily to
my PC or laptop cd writer.

So who's birthday was it?


> Sorry everyone-hit the wrong button! I have been so crazed with a 70th
> birthday party -tons of family, etc etc for the last few weeks that I
> only read...but as my 14th month old grandchild visiting says--"ALL
> Phew!! Loved it but exhausted--just sprayed the roses with milk for
> second coming..hopefully w/out spots & am just sad because in the
> of
> all the photo -ops my camera died--which I know means--time to go
> digital!..Am very elementary & will love comments about what you all
> is best & I do give lectures on Foreign gardens so needs it to be very
> portable & usable in other countries! Thanks for any & all help
> SAinSA

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