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linart
10-27-2000, 01:02 AM
In the few days since this forum got going, we decided to start researching for a digital camera. My husband found this site tonite by searching 'photgraphy'. Mind blowing, in depth, an entire education in classic photography as it relates to digital photography, unbelievable detailed analysis, evaluation, comparison, pros, cons, examples, and why you should care. http://www.dpreview.com/

jackiesimmonds
10-27-2000, 02:25 AM
Originally posted by linart:
In the few days since this forum got going, we decided to start researching for a digital camera. My husband found this site tonite by searching 'photgraphy'. Mind blowing, in depth, an entire education in classic photography as it relates to digital photography, unbelievable detailed analysis, evaluation, comparison, pros, cons, examples, and why you should care. http://www.dpreview.com/


Also have a look at "www.Steve's-digicam.com" and "www.dcresource.com". They are excellent too.

linart
10-27-2000, 07:56 AM
I tried to check out your recomendations, but only connected with one, I post the link here. http://dcresource.com/

Shriner
10-27-2000, 05:21 PM
nice sites, folks - thanks... here is another worthwhile one:
http://www.megapixel.net/html/issueindex.html

Linda Ciallelo
10-28-2000, 09:18 AM
I don't know what that gentleman on dpreview is talking about concerning the Epson Stylus printer. I purchased one in August 2000, the Epson 2000p and I find it absolutely amazing. The prints are superb. I have no idea what he is talking about when he says that they have not supplied paper that will last 200 years. They supply you with heavy acid free watercolor paper, no different from the watercolor paper that we do watercolors on. Obviously he is not looking for the same kind of results that we are. I had no trouble connecting it to my computer. I am very pleased with my Epson 3000Z and my Epson Stylus 2000P. Check out my web page at www.angelgatestudio.com (http://www.angelgatestudio.com) all of those photos of my work were taken with it, and the prints are better.

digitaldee
11-26-2000, 06:48 PM
Here is a great site to learn about and then compare spec.'s for comparable digital cameras of different brands: http://www5.activebuyersguide.com/abg/nav/StartGuide.cfm?CatID=2&PID=0X5X53X52465X401d7&RefID=0
If that link is a "temp" --try just: http://www5.activebuyersguide.com and then scroll down on left side to where the heading says cameras and the "select" digital cameras.
(or http://www.activebuyersguide.com )