Dave -- Thanks for the tip. As
it happens, my camera, a Sony DSC-W7, has an automatic zoom that retracts into
the body of the camera -- so, no place to attach a filter. Pearl's
advice ( a couple of posts after yours) seems to be working, though.
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Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2006 2:56
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] HB: TB: Garden
Sometimes a Polarizing filter helps. If they don't come
with a way to attach a standard filter, you can usually get a cheap adapter
that will fit your digital. I have a couple of Canon PowerShot cameras,
and we use a couple at work too. I got an adapter for next to nothing on
Ebay that fits all the PowerShot models I've tried it on. I can now
screw on the 52mm filters I already had for my old Pentax K1000 and Cosina
(knockoff of the Pentax), and they work pretty well.
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