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re: HYB: REB: July bloom-Camera

Congratulations Betty!

I'm so glad that you got a digital camera.  I for one am 
very interested in your babies, July bloom can be fun too.  
I'm thinking I'd better see if its too late to get some 

Don't worry about trying to learn all of the features all 
at once.  If you can get it to take pictures, you can 
slowly learn more as you practice.  Mine is really simple, 
but it has the downside that it also doesn't take high 
enough resolution shots to use it for slides.  (Not that I 
ever dreamed I would already be getting roped into doing 
slides shows at local meetings, I hate speaking!!!)  Just 
playing around with the settings one at a time and seeing 
what they do often gets you there over time.   You'd think 
I couldn't read as seldom as I look at instructions for 


Don't feel bad, it is very hard to see the display on many 
cameras, especially in the sun.  I'm so used to looking 
through the viewfinder that I find myself doing it still 
even after a year.  I think that it is easier to keep the 
camera still up by your face then it is at arms length 

We'll be waiting to see those pics!

Robin Shadlow
zone 5 NE

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