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Well I've been meaning to check into this and I definitely want to pick one up before Woodward. I'm just looking for something that is straightforward to operate(translation: "Childproof" as I will be using it
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I have recomended the Hewlett Packard line of cameras to about 5 different guys now and they all have been happy with them.

I use a HP 315 with 2.1 megapixels and when I got it two years ago it was a pretty good camera for the money.

Now HP sells a more advanced unit with better quality for less than I paid for mine.

Just my opinion but I like the HP cameras.

I took over 500 pictures at Woodward 2001 so what ever camera you get make sure you get extra batteries for it.
 

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I picked up a Polaroid PDC 640 a few years back for around $199. Easy to use, but it's only 1.3 megapixels. My friend got one of the new HPs for Christmas. It's a 3.1 megapixel and only cost $275. That $76 dollar difference is worth every single penny though. The pictures are just fabulous.
 

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Polar, I use a Kodak EZ 200. It doesnt take a memory card, it holds them inside the camera. Its also a web cam, a digital cam, movie cam, and I use it for all my pictures and I really like it, and it was only 99. Can. I can send more info on it if interested.

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be sure to check out:

http://www.dcresource.com

and when you have some cameras in mind,
go to http://www.amazon.com and http://electronics.cnet.com/electronics/0-1429209.html?tag=dir and read the reviews from people who bought the cameras.

For the site we use several different Kodak cameras. A 2 or 3 mega pixel is plenty if you plan to just put the photos on the web or keep them electronic. If you want to print them, then the higher mega pixels will be better quality...assuming you have the printer and paper quality to match (read, mo money)

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Anything higher than 3.9 mega pixels will be superior to a 35mm photograph. Again this is assuming you have the paper and printer to do it with.
 
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