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Re: PHOTO: camera

I have a FinePix 2650 by Fujifilm from WalMart, purchased as a special
deal around Christmas for around $200.  Easy to use for a non-camera
geek, very easy on batteries - it uses 2 AAs.

Be sure you get a camera that has optical zoom, not just digital, for
closeups.  Used to be only the more expensive cameras had optical zoom,
but several of the cheaper ones do now.

The card reader for this camera is still fairly expensive, but I've
found this camera is so energy efficient that I can just copy files
directly from the camera using Windows Explorer.  The photo files are
jpgs, so I just make a file for whatever week or month the photos were

This camera also takes video, without sound.
Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
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