Thursday, August 25, 2011

I just had to share this tip I read in a magazine.


Hi Pentaxian friends.

Today's digital cameras all use memory cards. You probably have several memory cards, as their prices are now very affordable. More cards means that you could lose one.

If someone finds a memory card, they likely can look at the pictures but there is very little chances that the card would be returned to the owner. The tip is read is so simple, I wonder why I didn't think of it.  Before using a memory card, write your name, address, email and telephone number on a piece of paper or other media, and take a picture of it (in jpeg format) with the card in the camera. If you lose the card and someone finds the lost card, chances are that they will see your information as a jpeg image and return the card to you.

Now, of course, if the complete camera is lost, with the memory card in it, They might be honest enough to return the camera as well.

Good day...

Online photography classes and photography magazines are good ways to find new info. There is always something cool to learn.
Yvon Bourque
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