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Old 01-05-2008, 07:49 PM   #31
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Well, I got my new camera. It's an HP Photosmart and I love it. It was 300$ less that the old one and has so many more things. It even has a little thing where you can frame the picture, make it b&w, timer (yep, old one didn't even have a timer to take automatic pictures) automatic focusing, you can crop the picture right on the camera, remove red eye and a few other things. And it's 7 MP! 4 more than my old one! It took my memory card too. And the best thing... It doesn't use batteries, it has it's own battery pack with a charger.

Thank you everyone for your input and advice guys!

So... without further ado... my first pictures of my babies!!!

Oh, and NAchef... too cute!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-05-2008, 08:16 PM   #32
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Sounds like you have a great new camera. Congratulations!
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Old 01-05-2008, 08:36 PM   #33
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Your babies are cute! Glad you got a new camera.
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Old 01-05-2008, 09:42 PM   #34
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Well, I got my new camera. It's an HP Photosmart and I love it. It was 300$ less that the old one and has so many more things. It even has a little thing where you can frame the picture, make it b&w, timer (yep, old one didn't even have a timer to take automatic pictures) automatic focusing, you can crop the picture right on the camera, remove red eye and a few other things. And it's 7 MP! 4 more than my old one! It took my memory card too. And the best thing... It doesn't use batteries, it has it's own battery pack with a charger.

Thank you everyone for your input and advice guys!

So... without further ado... my first pictures of my babies!!!

Oh, and NAchef... too cute!!!!!!!!
Congrats! Your babies are adorable and very photogenic. BTW, does your camera have the "slimming" feature? I know HP has models that with this feature that let's you take 10lbs. off instantly!
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Congrats! Your babies are adorable and very photogenic. BTW, does your camera have the "slimming" feature? I know HP has models that with this feature that let's you take 10lbs. off instantly!

If only... I need the real thing though
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