Re: Digital camera?
The three basics. Megapixels, Memory, and Computer hookup.
The more megapixels, the sharper the picture is. 1.3 is now considered low end, 3.3 is the minimum I'll buy. Memory, based on how many pictures you want stored. I saw a good chart at Service Merchandise as I was glancing at their selection, I can't remember any numbers, but for the most part, memory is upgradeable. Connection, is how you transfer the pictures to the computer. By far the best method I've seen is the Sony Maciva. It has a built in floppy drive that accepts 3.5" floppies. It only has 1.3 megapixel resolution however. Some versions also have a movie function that works suprisingly well. But I digress. A USB connection of some kind is popular today, and straight serial connections are purely antiquated. I've heard that the new sony is decent, but that the epson is very good. I'd stay away from non-name brand cameras personally. Kodak are ok, but look for a fit and feel, as well as trying them out, see how easily you adapt to the functions of the camera. The people you buy from should allow you to operate the camera, hopefully. I haven't found the perfect camera for me, and I don't think they're going to make a hi-rez floppy access camera. oh well... guess I'll have to comprimise.
hope that helps some
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