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Old September 17th 03, 06:28 AM
Jo Wolf
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Your dog won't give a rat's tail about getting it's picture taken, so
won't care what camera you use.

Go for the one that is simplest to carry and simplest to use. Remember
that video is on it's way out....

Jo Wolf
Martinez, Georgia

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Old September 17th 03, 01:35 PM
jake
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really video on its way out? digital video? hmmm so what's on its way in?
i work at best buy and haven't heard anything remotely close to that

Jo Wolf wrote:

Your dog won't give a rat's tail about getting it's picture taken, so
won't care what camera you use.

Go for the one that is simplest to carry and simplest to use. Remember
that video is on it's way out....

Jo Wolf
Martinez, Georgia


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Old September 17th 03, 10:25 PM
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Why not get a digital camera that can take videos as well. My Olympus
digital camera does both and will do video with sound.

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"jake" wrote in message
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I'm torn between getting a digital still camera and a mini camcorder, to
take pics of my dog.
The digital camera is more portable and you can literally throw it in
any pocket and you got pics, but a camcorder, does live motion and
sound, but not as portable.

Which do you find to be the better of the two?
It's all for my dog but i need help in choosing, thanks =)



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Old September 18th 03, 01:10 AM
jake
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Well Freckled & Kris, a digital camcorders ability to have a high resolution
for a still image is low, usually under 1megapixel.

That's my dilemma =\

KrisHur wrote:

Why not get a digital camera that can take videos as well. My Olympus
digital camera does both and will do video with sound.

--
Kristen &
Kali CD, CGC, TDI, TT
http://www.kristenandkali.com

"jake" wrote in message
...
I'm torn between getting a digital still camera and a mini camcorder, to
take pics of my dog.
The digital camera is more portable and you can literally throw it in
any pocket and you got pics, but a camcorder, does live motion and
sound, but not as portable.

Which do you find to be the better of the two?
It's all for my dog but i need help in choosing, thanks =)


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Old September 18th 03, 12:57 PM
KrisHur
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My Oly is a 2.1 and the picture quality is great--I print out perfect 8 x
10's and it takes video (with sound) as well. No dilemma here. The only
downside would be that it doesn't take long length of video--a very large
card can do a couple minutes.
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Kristen &
Kali CD, CGC, TDI, TT
http://www.kristenandkali.com




"jake" wrote in message
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Well Freckled & Kris, a digital camcorders ability to have a high

resolution
for a still image is low, usually under 1megapixel.

That's my dilemma =\

KrisHur wrote:

Why not get a digital camera that can take videos as well. My Olympus
digital camera does both and will do video with sound.

--
Kristen &
Kali CD, CGC, TDI, TT
http://www.kristenandkali.com

"jake" wrote in message
...
I'm torn between getting a digital still camera and a mini camcorder,

to
take pics of my dog.
The digital camera is more portable and you can literally throw it in
any pocket and you got pics, but a camcorder, does live motion and
sound, but not as portable.

Which do you find to be the better of the two?
It's all for my dog but i need help in choosing, thanks =)




 




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