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Old 11-24-2004, 08:37 AM   #41
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then come on over to shutterbugs photo forum and show us lots of pics
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Old 11-24-2004, 08:38 AM   #42
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p.s. just click on the blue line in my sig and congrats on that camera
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Old 11-24-2004, 12:29 PM   #43
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All I have to do is get through all the instructions.
Things that cost this much should not need instructions!!!!!

Way too many buttons and dials, even a tiny thumb joystick on the back 8O .

Also I have to get a really nasty algae growth off my glass, won't come off with the magnet, I've been trying with a old razor scraper and even it is having trouble removing the stuff.
UGH, I must have MAG: Mutant Algae Growth syndrome.

Went over and registered on the ShutterBugs site, looks interesting!
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Old 07-02-2005, 05:00 PM   #44
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Kodak CX6200

Mines the Kodak easy share2.0mp:
Color:24bit mil
Color Mode: color,blk&wht,septia
comm with comp usb cable,eashshare sock6000 printer dock
W 4.1in,
D 1.6"
H 2.6"
Still and video
Flash: auto fill red eye off
range: 1.6-7.9ft
charging time: less than 7sec with charged battery
ISO speed: 100-200 140 flash mode

I am looking to up grade and glad this thread is here it will help me pick a new camera with the features i like. I don't care for this one, but i would recommend it to a new beginner.

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Old 07-18-2005, 05:12 PM   #45
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Just got a new Nikon(Go Nikon fans!!!)

I got the Nikon CoolPix 7600

Effective Pixels: 7.1 million

Image Sensor: 1/1.8-inch type (7.41 million total pixels)

Image Size: High (3072*), Normal (3072), Normal (2592), Normal (2048), PC (1024), TV (640)

Lens: 3x optical Zoom-Nikkor ED; 7.8-23.4mm (35mm [135] format equivalent to 38-114mm); f/2.8-4.9; 7 elements in 6 groups

LCD Monitor: 1.8-inch type, 85,000-dot Amorphous silicon TFT LCD monitor with brightness adjustment; frame coverage: approx. 100%

Media: Internal memory: approx. 14MB, SD memory card

Shooting Modes -- Still: Auto, Scene Assist (Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Night portrait), Scene (Party/Indoor, Beach/Snow, Sunset, Dusk/Dawn, Night landscape, Close up, Museum, Fireworks show, Copy, Back light, Panorama assist, Voice recording), BSS (Best Shot Selector), Blur Warning, Date imprint, Date counter, Self-timer (10 sec.)

Shooting Modes -- Movie: TV movie (640) at 30fps, TV movie (640) at 15fps, Small size (320) at 30fps, Small size (320) at 15fps, Smaller size (160) at 15fps, Electronic VR (Vibration Reduction) available

Capture Modes: 1) Single, 2) Continuous (1.3fps; up to 14 frames), 3) Multi-shot 16 (16 consecutive frames at 1.6fps)

Number of Frames: (w/Internal memory): High (3072*) approx. 4, Normal (3072) approx. 7

Built-in Speedlight: Range: 0.4-3.4m / 1.3-11.2 ft. (W), 0.4-2.0m / 1.3-6.6 ft. (T); Flash modes: Auto, Auto with Red-eye Reduction (In-Camera Red-Eye Fix), Anytime Flash, Flash Cancel and Slow sync

Interface: USB

Power Requirements: Two LR6 (AA-size alkaline) batteries (supplied), two EN-MH1 Rechargeable batteries, two ZR6 (AA-size nickel manganese) batteries, two FR6 (AA-size lithium) batteries

Battery Life: 100 images (two AA-size alkaline batteries), 250 images (two EN-MH1 Rechargeable AA batteries), based on CIPA standard*

Dimension (W x H x D): Approx. 3.3 x 2.4 x 1.5 in. (85 x 60 x 39mm)

Weight: Approx. 5.1 oz (145g). (without battery and memory card)

thats the tech specs, copy and pasted
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GIMojo!!! 8O 8O And I thought you were a penny pincher! ROFL! That is one sweat camera you got there though.. Great Choice..
I got the Nicon CoolPix S5500 at the beginning of the month.. forgot to post about it over here.. sorry guys..
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LOL i am a penny pincher, thats how i got it for 100 dollar off the retail price :P
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are you sure its called the Nikon CoolPix S5500? lol I cant find the model
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yep i thought so.

doesnt having to use the XD card suck? so expensive
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