Digital camera ??????

pineconeSeptember 11, 2002

I would like to know what digital camera you use to send pictures back and forth via email with family and friends??? I would like to stay in the $200 range. I would like one that will take real close ups and far away.

Thanks for your input!

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Well, I can tell you that I DON'T recommend Hewlett Packard. The flash on my PhotoSmart 210 quit working the same day the warranty expired, which was Christmas day. Once the warranty expires, their tech support by phone is $2.50 per minute, including wait time, and their free email support is a bad joke. Now it is one and a half years old, and has quit working. I wish I could suggest a good camera; I'm looking for one myself. If you get a good kind, though, you will greatly enjoy it. I had a blast with mine, up to the aforementioned point. Good luck! Le Jane

    Bookmark   October 19, 2002 at 12:20AM
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Pinecone, I have seen your post here for the past week but didn't respond because I don't know of any digital cameras in the $200 range that are any good. (there may be some, but I'm just not aware of them). I have a Sony Mavica FD7 that retailed for around $695, and I have enjoyed using it. It puts the pictures on a floppy disk which can then be viewed from any computer. You don't have to connect any cables, etc. It takes very good close up shots!

    Bookmark   October 19, 2002 at 8:08AM
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Try this link. It might be helpful.
Le Jane

Here is a link that might be useful: digital camaras

    Bookmark   October 20, 2002 at 5:24PM
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I love my Olympus D-360L and it has been out long enough to be quite cheap. There are other cameras Olympus makes in that line that are inexpensive and quite good.

You can use any digital camera to send photos. You download the photos from your computer from the camera and use your email program to send them as attachments.

You can look through the garden section of my website to see how the camera does there are many pictures there. the pcitures on the website are small to keep download times down, the camera takes much larger pictures.

Here is a link that might be useful: my website, garden section with pics

    Bookmark   November 8, 2002 at 3:38PM
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