Need a new camera

Originally Posted By: rspriggs
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family could be as supportive, close & tight as the military family was.



Exploring Planet NACHI . . . One house at a time.


Russ Spriggs,
Idaho Chapter Pres.
Coeur d'Alene, ID Home Inspectors
Coeur d'Alene Home Inspectors

Originally Posted By: jsmith10
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Very true. But you go through things with comrades in arms you’d NEVER want to go through with your family.



Joe,


Vice-President, Idaho Chapter,


www.NachiIdaho.org


Inspected as though my family are to live or work there.

http://www.Treasurevalleyinspections.com

Originally Posted By: tallen
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I have been useing a Kodak 2.0 MP camera for 2 years. It is kinda slow , but it works for me.


Point is, for home inspection you do not need a hi res cam. You just need a tough cam.


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where , however, it now sits, making rude remarks.

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30 Oct 2003-- 29 Nov2005

Originally Posted By: kdolin
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I have to vote Sony, I used to use HP cams and liked them but they have awflull power managment. Great software though. I bought a sony cypershot 5.1 mp, I only shoot at 1 though, and love it. it takes great macros of serial numbers and unit labels. great power managment. huge screen for preview etc. I have two of them and my second backup is my old hp .