As a matter of interest, don't you find them slow in operation? I would have thought that by the nature of floppy disc writing, it could take a few seconds to write the image. Also, floppies never had the highest reliability rate in my experience; have you ever had images lost to dodgy disks? -----Original Message----- From: thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org [mailto:thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org]On Behalf Of Brian King Sent: 12 November 2001 15:35 To: thelist at lists.evolt.org Subject: RE: [thelist] Digital Camera Recommendation Personally, I prefer the Sony Mavica line of camera's. One big reason is that I don't need to buy or use memory sticks. The one I have lets you use floppies or a memory stick. Floppies are still easy to come by and I still have an inexhaustible of them to use. No flash kit or cords to buy or remember to carry with you to download you pics on a PC. Most all PC's still have a floppy drive. The newer models also come in a 3" CD flavor that will store 1000 pics per CD. You can get any of them, (accept for the CD version right now), in a 4 megapixel version, which is as much as you need to print a nice version. Remember the printer you are working with is probably the limiting factor on the resolution anyways. Most of the cameras out there now have a higher res than most printers. IMHO Brian -----Original Message----- From: On Behalf Of profjj Subject: [thelist] Digital Camera Recommendation Hi People, What would be a good recommendation for a digital camera for web design, and at the same time good enough quality for print? Either specs to look for or recommendations from personal use. --------------------------------------- For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester and archive of TheList go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !