Question about Cameras
Digital cameras are replacing alot of film camera, but some die hards like film because of special feature.
Any electronics has a power switch. The power comes from a battery (or batteries) and the must be charged.
Look for a button with a green marking on it or a circle with a small vertical line inside of it.
This should turn the camera on.
Most cameras now adays are point and shoot. So, look at the small screen (if your camera has one) or look thru the viewfinder (like and older camera) find something you want to take a picture of then press the button on the top right hand side of the camera.
Standard place for the snapshot button. All instructions assume the lettering is right side up and in english.
Once the picture is taken, it can be viewed o the camera, edited or deleted. The amount of memory in your camera or additional card dictates how many pictures you can store.
The cameras usually connect to a computer to transfer the pictures.
If the pictures are stored on a memory card, there are stores that can read the information off these cards and print the pictures you want, and leave the ones you don't
I hope this was helpful.
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Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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