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Digital Cameras

April 6th, 2006 at 05:04 am

I've spent the last year and almost half thinking I lost our digital camera in the move (our old one). I hadn't seen it, I mentioned it to DH once and he said he didn't know where it was, so I've been upset about it.

Yeah, turns out he didn't know where it was *right then*. He knew about where it was, he'd had it and put it away.

So, tonight he pulled it out for me, we replaced the batteries and he walked me through downloading pics from my camera.

I guess that sparked a little fire in him and he spent 30 minutes filling picture frames with pics he printed for christmas.

I'm a little upset. I was sure I had taken a bunch of pics, but I can't find any of them. BUT, now I have the camera and 32 megs total of memory. I'm ready to become a snapping fool. Of course, the camera is "only" a 2.1 megapixel (it's from 2000).

1 Responses to “Digital Cameras”

  1. mom2fur Says:

    Do you mean you can't find them now that they are downloaded on the computer--or they weren't there in the camera when you emptied it? If they might be on the computer, do a search for *.jpg, or whatever the extension is. (I'm not sure what things like .jpg and .bmp are called, so extension might not be the right word.) A star.whatever search will bring up all files like that. Then you can ask to view them by when they were modified and if the pictures are there, you should be able to find them easily.

    Good luck!

    And don't feel bad. I lost my engagement ring in a move 11 years ago.

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