Glenn et al...
We use an older Sony Mavica mdl 7 (?), and I would have to give it high
marks. This is a general use camera that is used by twenty or so engineers.
We have had no problems at all. The best feature by far is a good battery.
We have other cameras in here that are close to useless due to short battery
life. The 3.5" disk feature is also great. At this point, I would be
hard-pressed to look at a different brand for replacement.
> I'm embarking on a new business enterprise and need to buy a digital
> preferably in the $300-$500 U.S. Dollar range. I like the Sony Mavica
> (Models FD-51 and/or FD-71) because the floppy drive is easy to use; it
> saves a JPEG-format file on the diskette and you're ready to go. Other
> camera brands like Kodak's require special download adaptors and use
> proprietary software which I would like to stay away from as much as
> possible. I would also like to maintain a fairly good resolution such as
> 1024x768 pixels.
> Any recommendations on which models to look at and where to buy from users
> out there?
> Thanks in advance,
> Glenn Whiteside
> For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
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