straytdog if you can E-mail me the specs on the camera I can look it up for you and see what all it can do, I think you can probably take your card and down load the pictures into your computer, or you could take your card and go to walmart or Walgreens and put the pictures on the card ont a disc and or make prints from them. Ideally if you can download them to your comp[uter, then you can select the pictures you want and E-mail them to friends and family and you can even crop them and lighten or darken them and fix them up. You can also purchase different sized cards for that camera, so it would hold more pictures. But once you down load them to your computer, then you can delete from the card and just use the card over and over again. You might even be able to put your card into one of those digital picture frames. I like to down load my pictures into the computer first then crop them and fix them up and then put them onto a dats card or a memory stick and then put that in the digital picture frame. Anyway Digital Photography is really great, compared to the old days of using film. especially color. Boy could I tell you some stories about Photography when I was in the Air Force back in the late 60's and early 70's we still used 4X5 Graflex Cameras with flash bulbs! Anyway either post your camera specs. Type and model and type of memory card, or E-mail it to me and I will see what all you can do with it, right off hand I would thing you will have a lot of options!
Modelmaker, what kind of camera do you have? What kind of Photography do you do? Weddings? Portraits? Wild Life?
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