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Old 12-22-2007, 11:31 AM
dwg1211
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I read online somewhere that digital can't come close to 35 mm resolution (to support what raptor was saying).. but for the non-professional, like myself, it sure makes it easier to take and work with some pretty good shots.. you don't waste film on bad shots, you can get digital photo printers that print lab-quality pics, you can 'photoshop' or adjust pics... they've also got the higher-end SLR digital cameras with interchangable lenses & the like.. but that's a little advanced for me.. I'm still learning the features and capabilities of my Cybershot. (thank goodness for the 'auto' selections on the settings menus) lol. For online sharing, though, seems like a mid-range digital would be a good idea even for a pro.
oh.. nice pics! that's a great enclosure, too..
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