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Old 08-11-2003, 06:37 PM
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(Of course, I should ask -- did you have your glasses on when you took both pictures? )



It never was a good camera, but it seems to have gotten worse. I suspect that dropping it didn't do it any good

In fairness to Kodak, I know that lots of people have them and are very happy with them - I just got a dud. And I learned to buy from a reputable camera store so you can go back to them if something isn't right.

So far I'm happy with the new one and with the prints made by my teeny-tiny printer.

Take care, Margaret
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Old 08-11-2003, 07:39 PM
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Hi Margaret, I glad you got the camera and printer you wanted. Thats one of the most important aspects of ownership is that you are satisfied with your purchase. That camera has gotten very good reviews and I don't think you can go wrong with a Canon.

I have gone the other way and have recently bought a film camera. Actually I'm one my third one. I bought a Canon AE-1 then I sold it and bought a Canon A1. Now I have a Nikon N80. Hopefully this will do me until I can raise the money for the Nikon D1 that I want. It's been hard going back to film after shooting digital for 3 years. So far I am a little dissappointed at the results. I wanted better control and sharper images. I'm not there yet.
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Old 08-11-2003, 08:27 PM
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I bought a kodak 1 mp dc3200 when they were first available.
I think that's probably what my sister has - I know it's a Kodak, but I forget which model.

The camera store where I bought the new one thinks it has something to do with the digital zoom. In fact, I just tried it again and the image in the LCD was very fuzzy so I fiddled with the zoom control and got it better but still not good.

I'm going to take it over to the store and see if they can do anything with it - as it is, it isn't even good for the kids to use

Take care, Margaret
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