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Re: New camera


Thanks. Good advice. There's also a 4GB flash card. Couldn't believe that. Actually, I crop and edit and re-size before burning to a CD. I'm a Life photographer type--take enough pictures and one or two will be worth saving.

On Sunday, January 16, 2005, at 04:33 PM, Donna wrote:

Similar but not the same one... mine is a En-EL-3 version. Hopefully yours
will last as long as mine does....

Just remember one thing when you go buy another flash card....they offer
ones that (yep, I got sucked into it too)are 1GB. Thought that was great
till you try to download the entire card onto a cd...oops, that only holds
650-700MB... so then your computer tells you, no, no, that doesn't fit! So
then you have to mark which ones to download, work with date options and all
the rest of the annoying things...

Donna

It's the En-El-7 lithium-ion. about the size of a matchbox. I need a
spare flash card, too. So I guess I'll stop in at Wolf after work
tomorrow. One good thing is the case/bag for my old Nikkormat is a
perfect fit for this one, too.
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Southwest Florida
27.0 N, 82.4 W
Zone 10a
Minimum 30 F [-1 C]
Maximum 100 F [38 C]

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