[email]crucifyself03aol.comn[/email]ojunk (Crucifyself03) writes:
My wife has a Mavica which saves to floppies, and it works very well for> What would you recommend? I was thinking of Sony. I'd like a camera with a
> floppy disk, so I can easily hand people pictures while on the road, without
> any special cables or software.
us. We do just as you -- take a person's photo and give them the
disk. Since floppies are basically free, it's a nice gesture with no cost
Her camera doesn't have a memory stick. It takes photos at three>
> I have seen some prints with the floppy camera and they look okay, and I hear
> they also have the capability to use memory sticks. What do you recommend?
resolutions. Since we mostly post the photos to the Web, she uses the
lowest resolution to get the most photos on the disk. We have printed one
to 8x10 photo quality paper, and no one realized it was not a "real"
Most Mac users still have a floppy drive. We did give a disk to one Mac>
> The only problem I see, is that many of my Mac customers do not have floppy
> disk drives. Which will make it difficult for me to take pictures and hand
> them a disk.
user without a drive for it, but he said he could give it to a PC owner he
knew and get the image. Don't let that be a bother to you.
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