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Digital Camers

SanDisk has one:
This is a PC Card adapter. It appears to be for both, but it may only 
support one.
On 21 Mar 2002 at 9:56, Frank Ramsay wrote:

> Well for images staying on the computer 1.3megapixels is plenty (my old 
> Cannon is only 1.3 and the pictures it takes are 1280x960.  If your going to 
> print those out at 300dpi it's about 4x3 inches which is a fairly normal size 
> for a snapshot.  So unless your going to try printing really large pictures 
> 2.1 should be plenty.
> On a releated note... does anyone know of a combo smartmedia and compaq flash 
> reader that runs works on Linux?  (preferably USB)
> On Thursday 21 March 2002 09:35, you wrote:
> > Just to continue the discussion a bit. After looking at quite a few reviews
> > et. al., talking to friends, I've got a few ideas. I think I have limited
> > my search to those that have compact flash (CFI seems more than adequate).
> >
> > The other issue is 2.1 MegaPixels vs. 3.3 MegaPixels. I'm probably not
> > going to take a picture and make it into a mural. Most pictures will simply
> > remain on a hard disk, and a few might be printed on my printer, and maybe
> > a few printed professionally.
> >
> > Since I will be driving through the Rockies, I want to be able to take some
> > really nice pictures (My friend showed me some he took in Alaska with his
> > 2.1 MP Canon).

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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