Linked by Jean-Baptiste Queru on Wed 21st Sep 2005 16:29 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems As a photographer, with some high-end equipment, I used to look down on point-and-shoot digicams, putting them in the same category as camera phone, i.e. not capable of taking any picture worth keeping. I was wrong. My experience with a Kodak CX7220 (sells for about $70), graciously provided by Geeks.com, turned out to be unexpectedly positive.
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RE: Re: Well?
by protagonist on Thu 22nd Sep 2005 16:25 UTC in reply to "Re: Well?"
protagonist
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2005-07-06

"a $70 camera can be enough camera in many situations".

I enjoyed your article very much. And I understand what you are saying. The reason I bought my present digicam is because of its small size. It fits very nicely in my pants pocket and at 5.1mp takes very good pictures. What many people fail to understand is that the most expensive camera on the planet will do you no good at all sitting home on the table. I found I was going out for walks on the beach or taking other outings and leaving the camera in the car because it was too bulky to carry conveniently. I don't have that problem with my present camera.

Thanks for a good article.

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