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Old Feb 7, 2006, 2:37 PM   #1
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I recently purchased a Kodak CW330 4 MP Digital Camera kit that came with an Easyshare Printer Dock Series 3 and a Kodak NiMH Battery Pack. I also purchased these additional items:

- 2 2600 NiMH AA Batteries
- Large Camera Case to hold everything
- Small Tripod
- Lens Cleaning Kit
- 1 Cokin 2X Telephoto Lens
- 1 Cokin 0.5X Wide Angle Lens
- 1 256MB SD Card
- 2 64MB MMC Cards
- Photoshop CS2 Quicksteps Book to learn Photoshop CS2 I have installed on my notebook computer

What do you think of this setup for a beginner?

Here is a picture I took of a LCBO at night in Toronto:

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Here is a picture of my daughter:
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Old Feb 7, 2006, 3:13 PM   #2
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Nice pictures Ken

welcome to the forum!!!

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Old Feb 7, 2006, 3:21 PM   #3
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Thanks.
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I second that And Welcome to the forum.

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Old Feb 7, 2006, 3:37 PM   #5
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Thanks for the warm welcome, next warmer day up here in Toronto I will take some more outdoor shots and post them. Just too cold right now. But I now always carry my camera kit with me, just in case a really good shot happens to show up.

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Nice shots Ken, and welcome. That is quite a bag of camera stuff you have there, enjoy!
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Old Feb 7, 2006, 4:08 PM   #7
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Well I did not want to start off with a expensive setup, just in case I decided not to get into Digital Photography. So this is what I decided was a good setup to start with. My personal problem is if I buy a new gadget. I always go and buy all the accessories soon as I can. But with this setup at least I have enough memory for taking photos, I can print them out on the spot, and I have enough battery power as well. Also with the Telephoto and Wide Angle Lenses, if the cameras own lens needs a little assistance I will have the help with me. And my large enough camera case carries all this everywhere I go. That way I am prepared to take unexpected photos anytime.
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Hi Ken-

It sounds like you are set-up quite well. Thanks for posting the photos and enjoy your Kodak camera.

You will find that we are a very friendly group here on the Kodak Forum. We enjoy encouraging each other as well as rejoicing in progress made. Make yourself comfortable and enjoy. If we can help, please just let us know.

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Welcome to the forum. Your lttle girl sure has a pretty head full of curls!

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