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Subject:Advice on digital cameras From:Geoff Bradbury <bradg -at- MAIL -dot- BIGPOND -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 26 May 1997 19:29:11 +1100
I was recently loaned a low-res digital
camera that downloaded images direct into
my PC. Wow! The resolution was pretty
awful, but it suddenly opened my eyes to an
entire new realm of communication: one that
I considered too expensive or difficult to
The publications I'm currently working on
cover quite complex and lengthy installation
procedures for retro-fitting electronic
equipment into a range of machines. The
ability to present the-sometimes convoluted-
twists and turns required to install these
electronic gizmos in photographic format seems
I've checked out a few of the large
photographic manufacturers' websites.
They're great for specs and pretty piccies
of their digital offerings, but I'd like to
hear of your experiences-both good and bad-
with digital photography. Are you a DIYer? Or
do you have a professional photographer deliver
the finished product in electronic format? Have
you encountered any hidden snags with digital
photography? Or is it a smooth trip?
And do I intend becoming a digital
photographer? Well heck, I'm researcher,
writer, editor, page layout and printing
expert all in one, so I guess adding
another skill to the skills base won't hurt!
Geoff Bradbury - Technical Writer at your service...
Call me on bradg -at- bigpond -dot- com
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