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    It's on the way

    Larry instructed me on which camera would be good for the shop pic's and soon it will be here.

    Thanks Mr. Ambassador You are wise beyond your years
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    hey it was just the one i could use, and it has taken alot of bumps and still works.. there are others out there that is as good or better but i am glad to see your gonna be gettin some clearer pictures,, no i wont have to imagine what i am looking at that camera has a nice zoom macro in it as well dave
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    All right you two, we want to know what one it is. As you might remember i just got a new Canon sx30is. So what did ya get Dave?

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    yeah, tell us tell us tell us tell us....
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    The one Larry suggested , all I needed was a little push ------------->
    http://www.amazon.com/Canon-PowerSho.../dp/B0011ZCDKS
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    I think that is the same one the wife has. Good camera.
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    Very nice camera.
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    Yup, That should do a great job for you!

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    dave, that is the same camera i've been using to take all of my pics. tis a good one, and will serve you well.
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    Yep - I carry (and use) the same one!

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