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capt_buzzard
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If we ever get around to posting our very own photo's. I can bet there will be some surprise's as to what one or other really looks like. LOL :wah:
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Well, we have Anastrophe! He's the first gutsy one!
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I just got a Minolta. You cannot connect it to a pc. But it takes snaps. I'm not into Webcams or computer camera's too much trouble for me. I got a present of one last Christmas. A swedish make, don't ever ask me the name of it,I don't know. I gave it to a kid at our local store.
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jwolf7722 wrote: warsai i got my digital camera for about 100 dollars. had it for 2 years no problems they are alot better than the old cameras with film.

i would strongly suggest getting one


I've got a P&S film camera, which is good - and an old HP scanner to scan in

photos. should I want them on computer. I'm concerned about the longevity

and need for maintenance of images from digital cameras. The scanner is

quite handy for rough images of all sorts of things, for instance:-

Blast! I'm editing this - where's my uploaded image? Scene 1 take 2:

Take 3:
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Bill Sikes
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I can't seem to upload an image - the picture is a .jpg, 208249 bytes big. I

select "manage attachments", follow the instructions, and press "upload",

then get a "please wait" message. After a few seconds thst frame blanks

and nothing else happens. What's up?
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Tombstone
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Try to re-save your photo in a more optimized mode. This happens to me when my photos are a little too big.

Bill Sikes wrote: I can't seem to upload an image - the picture is a .jpg, 208249 bytes big. I

select "manage attachments", follow the instructions, and press "upload",

then get a "please wait" message. After a few seconds thst frame blanks

and nothing else happens. What's up?
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