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what brand of camera is everyone using to take their photos?

Posted by littleonefb z5MA (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 23, 06 at 17:36

Everyone is posting such beautiful pictures with such accurate colors, I'd like to know what all of you are using and some suggestions for one to buy.
Right now I'm using my daughter's camera and she is moving next week. She has a samsung digimax 360 and many of the photos I take do not have accurate colors or even come close to the real color of the flower.
It's so disapointing to have a good pic of the plants and flowers but the color is way off. Purples are blue, lavenders are blue.
Any suggestions on a camera that isn't too expensive? Like to keep it under $200.

Thanks

Fran


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RE: what brand of camera is everyone using to take their photos?

I'm just using a camara phone and the colors are usually true unless I get a shadow. Hopefully by next year I'll finally have my digital camara just so I can get a section of garden rather than one maybe two plants at a time :D

Vera


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RE: what brand of camera is everyone using to take their photos?

Bump to let you know that the Kodak Easy Share C310 just went on sale at Target yesterday (Monday is electronics markdown day if anyone cares). Price is now $88. My guess is Kodak is coming out with another model since this is the 2nd markdown for this model.
Worked for me!


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RE: what brand of camera is everyone using to take their photos?

Mine is a Panasonic Lumix. It's over 3 years old now and does not always give me true colors. I also have a hard time taking clear closeup photos.


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