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RE: New camera

They are really pretty easy to use once you get past all the jibber jabber
they add to the instruction manual.

Digital cameras have come a long way, but they still can't compare to a good
35mm with someone that knows how to use it... for printed material anyways.


> We have a new digital camera here, too.  Supposedly it was for my DH, but
> he
> is a technophobe so it will be up to me to make it work.  So far I haven't
> had
> time to do much with it, but maybe next week when I finish this rush job.
> Ours is a Panasonic LUMIX with all sorts of special features.  I am
> already
> thinking I will still use my 35mm for a lot of things.
> Auralie

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