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    Quote Originally Posted by copake_ham View Post
    Glad you got it straight.

    I'm so boomfoggled b/w Round 4 and 5 that I about to send Asian New Year plus Lenten, tofu-based, mock flying fish recipes for Passover out to a bunch of pagan groundhog worshipers! :o
    "pagan groundhog worshippers " is redundant. Like tunafish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter View Post
    "pagan groundhog worshippers " is redundant. Like tunafish.

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    Damn, Tim! You keep stepping on my punchlines!

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    I'll be aiming to post the camera to Bjazz within the next week or so....recipe to follow.
    "He took to writing poetry and visiting the elves: and though many shook their heads and touched their foreheads and said 'Poor old Baggins!' and though few believed any of his tales, he remained very happy till the end of his days, and those were extraordinarily long "- JRR Tolkien, ' The Hobbit '.

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    I'm looking forward to get the camera... even though I find it a bit hard to decide what to shoot... so many options....

    Anyway, take your time.....we probably will have a very dark cloudy sky (and a lot of rain) for as long as the long term weather forecast lasts...

    Just to be prepared; is it a fully automatic point and shoot camera, or are there any options for aperture or shutter etc?

    -Bjarne

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjazz View Post
    I'm looking forward to get the camera... even though I find it a bit hard to decide what to shoot... so many options....

    Anyway, take your time.....we probably will have a very dark cloudy sky (and a lot of rain) for as long as the long term weather forecast lasts...

    Just to be prepared; is it a fully automatic point and shoot camera, or are there any options for aperture or shutter etc?

    -Bjarne
    Hmmmm...
    there be options for shooting with flash, without flash.. but it's pretty automatic. It has auto-focus, you get to set the focal length. There is the on off switch on the back, if there are symbols you don't understand, just write and I'll explain them to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter View Post
    Hmmmm...
    there be options for shooting with flash, without flash.. but it's pretty automatic. It has auto-focus, you get to set the focal length. There is the on off switch on the back, if there are symbols you don't understand, just write and I'll explain them to you.

    tim in san jose
    In other words, just turn it on, point it at what you want to shoot and click.

    If it "needs" light - the flash will go off. If not, it won't.

    ====

    And now, Tim, do you understand why Art only sent around a disposable?

    BTW: what if we send one of these with the requirement you shoot an indoor (i.e. flash) shot?

    Am I a pagan devil or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by copake_ham View Post
    In other words, just turn it on, point it at what you want to shoot and click.

    If it "needs" light - the flash will go off. If not, it won't.

    ====

    And now, Tim, do you understand why Art only sent around a disposable?

    Am I a pagan devil or what?
    You had the camera George. You know the switch allows you to choose flash or no flash. I think this is a better camera than a plastic lensed cardboard box.

    Are you a pagan devil? My recipe for copake_deviled__ham_on_toast to follow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter View Post
    You had the camera George. You know the switch allows you to choose flash or no flash. ...

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    It did?

    Geez, I never realized that - what with all those icons and buttons and switches.

    Heck, I just put it on "stun" and hoped for the best!

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    Quote Originally Posted by copake_ham View Post
    And now, Tim, do you understand why Art only sent around a disposable?
    But it had a zoom feature, just to throw some of you off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter View Post
    Hmmmm...
    There is the on off switch on the back, if there are symbols you don't understand, just write and I'll explain them to you.
    tim in san jose
    Thanks....I have been using a camera with an on/off switch before, so I believe I will be able to figure it out ;-)

    -Bj



 

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