That's a good starter camera. Kodak is making some of the best digital cameras now. There is 16mb memory built into the camera and you can take about 25 pics with that if you fill up the memory card you are going to buy. Be sure to buy a SD/MCC memory card. There are a bunch different kinds and brands (Kingston, Viking, SanDisk, Lexar, etc.). Unless you are going to become a professional photographer you do not need the faster speed/ultra memory cards of the same mb value. They cost more and the processsing times are not that much better. You should be able to take about 290 or more pics with a 256 mb card. If you are going to make 4x6 prints use the pixel level below 3.1. If you are only going to post here, then you can use the lowest setting and get about 500+ pics on the card. This camera uses AA batteries of all kinds. I would recommend the NiHM as the best option. You can buy a quick charger with batteries for $15-20 at Wal-Mart or Sam's Club when you are buying your memory card. BTW, the Kodak EasyShare software is a snap to use. To transfer your pics you just use the USB from camera to computer and the software will do the rest for you. You can also put your "My Pictures" from Windows, or elsewhere , to the EasyShare and edit them, etc. Hope this helps.
Originally Posted by Tampa
P.S. I would love a picture of Annette Funicello if you happen to see her in the park.
Last edited by Jiminy Cricket; 07-29-2005 at 09:34 PM.
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