I finally received my digital camera, a Polaroid PDC700, on July 13.  Almost immediately afterwards, I began taking pictures.  The camera has several different modes.  I initially used the “fine” mode, which allowed more images to be stored.  Then I decided to use the “superfine” mode that took higher resolution images.  When I got my memory upgrade card for the camera, I was able to take around 60 pictures on “superfine,” so I was happy.  I could be trigger-happy and still get quality images.  The jump from 4 MB of memory to 20 MB made a big difference.  I can’t even imagine what a 160 MB card would be like…

 

I didn’t like the way Tripod handled images, so I decided to make this page on my own.  It doesn’t look as pretty as the other pages in my site, but it is effective for what I need it to do.  That’s good enough for me.