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A few sample pictures from (mine) a low-end digital camera.


Last Edited: January 16, 2016, 1:06 pm

Remember this:


I bought one of them new, a very long time ago more than 7 years ago, I think, but I don't remember when, I bought it at Radio Shack.

It is very small and now it is also very old, but it is still just like new, now-days it can be said and maybe even then, that it was and is a small low-end digital camera, I have not used it for very many years 'till now.

I need to get a new tripod as I gave mine away some time ago, yesterday I took these pictures, it was hard, because my sight is not as good as it used to be and because I still don't remember how to use the camera just right, I need to read the manual just as I did years ago.

They are TIF image files, so I am not sure if you all can see them or not, I myself can with Firefox.

I took all of them without a tripod so they might not be as good as they should otherwise be.

Using a tripod would have made taking the pictures easier and better, I need to buy a tripod soon maybe today or tomorrow, or later if I order one online.


The picture images come from the camera as JPEG, but I converted them to TIF image files.

Entry #147


JAP69Comment by JAP69 - January 16, 2016, 1:32 pm
Excellent spy camera.
Comment by MonEl - January 16, 2016, 1:58 pm
It is small:
Dimensions (HxWxD)      3.9 x 2.4 x 1.0" (98 x 59 x 24mm
But not as small as those cameras that were used for copying documents long ago (I wonder if they are still being used?), I forgot what brand name they were, I saw them back on the 70s and had a chance to buy them, but didn't, as I was not into copying documents by camera, they had several models of the same camera.
Yes, my little camera might be able to copy stuff like that, but:
If you hold it by hand and shake the images come out, out of focus and blurry.

You need enough light or they come out dark and or blurry if they come out at all.

If you use a flash they might not come out right or they might not come out at all, if you're lucky they will come out O.K. with a flash.
Comment by MonEl - January 16, 2016, 2:34 pm
I remember those cameras now, but prefer not to talk about them, because most people who use them or want to use them, use them for the wrong reasons.

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