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OT:new digital camera

Congratulations!! My suggestions: Take camera in hand, open instruction
booklet, read a page, and examine the camera as per that page. Get down the
basics (for now). go out in the yard and take 5-10 shots. Come in the house
and take more shots using flash. Read book on how to hook up to your computer.
. it's not difficult. Hook up and keep reading. . .pull the shots up on the
screen. At that point, learn to crop and resize. The camera software will tell
you those things.
    Read, read and read. . .play with the camera. . that's the very best way
to learn.
    Have fun!!
Doris Elevier
USDA zone 7b Sunset 11
El Paso, TX

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