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Re: RE:iris-photos: Photographic gear

On Friday 11 October 2002 09:27, Cheryl Leigh Chamberlin wrote:
> > How did the 700 do for you?
> I'm curious about that, too. I have the C-3040, and I looked at the 700
> before I bought it. I think the 700 had a much better zoom but I was talked
> out of it because the staff at the camera store (indie store, not a chain
> or mall store) felt the 3040 was a better value- and I think it had a
> bigger LCD screen, which with  my bad vision, I need.<G>
> Cheryl Leigh

Since the zoom quality was not a high priority for me, I didn't really think 
of that. I believe your store was correct about the value for the price, 
however, thats only true if it meets *your* needs... The best part about the 
line of Olympus C-3* cameras is the good quality of the lens, a part whose 
importance cannot be overrated and is often forgotten in an increasingly 
digital world. The minimum focal length in macro mode was one (of many) of 
the important considerations in my selections.

I have always imagined that someday I will take that digital photo of an iris 
worthy of blowing up to 11x14 so I really wish that Olympus would do what 
Cannon did and make their top-of-the-line digital be able to use all the SLR 
Olympus lenses... Ohhh, yes, put a $600 macro lense on an E series Olympus 
digital, yummy!

My words are mine, and don't reflect the views of my employer.
Catherine Button    Network Administrator    cathy@pavcal.com
          Phone: 609-518-3700 x4444          Fax: 609-518-3720

 "When I drop in my tracks, I want the body to skid for a week."
  cathy@gixxergirl.org           http://www.gixxergirl.org/

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