[Ansteorra] suitable camera for taking pictures inside a museum

Brian du Val cobalt60 at lcc.net
Tue Mar 16 20:27:36 PST 2004

BTW you can get your "film" on disk at Wally World. Even with the disposable

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From: "rachel luce" <rachel_luce1975 at yahoo.com>
To: "Ansteorra" <ansteorra at ansteorra.org>; <apprentice at ansteorra.org>;
"Barony of Raven's Fort" <ravensfort at ansteorra.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 16, 2004 9:56 PM
Subject: [Ansteorra] suitable camera for taking pictures inside a museum

> Greetings to th list-
>     So, I'm going to NYC in two weeks and plan on spending most of that
time inside various museums and art galleries. I was having a camera and
film discussion with my soon to be dead significant other about what camera
would enable me to task good pictures of various objects behind glass
display cases. Keep in mind that no flashes are allowed. The upshot of an
utterly useless conversation was that he couldn't recommend a camera to me
for various reasons the main one being that he felt one should try out a
camera before purchase to see How its going to operate, how the shutters
feel, where the astrological sign were in the sky when that particular
camera was manufactured, etc.
>          I also got an hour long lecture on shutters versus shutter speed,
resolution and lenses, type of camera (digital vs. film) and all the
weakness of the types. Did I mention he's a photo hobbyist. Did I mention
that I considered reaching through the phone an pulling his heart out? My
mother owns an Olympus stylus zoom 70 that she said I could borrow. Will
this hack it? If it won't what do I need to looking for so that I can take
good photos while I've got the opportunity to see this stuff?
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