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My wife's Core Duo consented to a photo shoot with its grandpa today:

http://www.cubeowner.com/photopost/s...sort/2/cat/500

That makes two Mac converts, gotta work on ther rest of the family now :cool:
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Nice set up I must confess. Great picture quality on the pics as well. What kind of camera are you using for these pics in particular?????
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Nice set up I must confess. Great picture quality on the pics as well. What kind of camera are you using for these pics in particular?????
I'm using a point-and-shoot Canon A75. It's a really excellent camera. However, it's an older model; the newer model is the Canon A520. Still good, but has some better features than the A75 though (smaller, less weight, more megapixels, better zoom, etc.). You can find it online for about $170.

If you're looking for a camera setup, let me know and I'll give you some good links for parts and info.
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