Allow me to add a number 5) (though I like number 4) the best)
Use your video camera (or other video source) and use a Snappy type of
video capture device, which plugs into your parallel port. Makes
surprisingly good stills from video "frames".
Steven Newell wrote:
> Randall wrote:
> > Jack W Drews wrote:
> > > Question: for those of us without digital cameras, what means would we
> > > use for transmitting a picture....
> > Take a conventional picture and get a print made. (If you don't have a
> > conventional camera either, you can buy disposable ones for around $15,
> > including processing.) Then, either :
> > 1) Buy a scanner..., 2) Take the pics to Kinko's..., 3) Get someone else to
> > scan them....
> Randall, add 4) shoot a roll and, when you drop them off for developing, have
> them scanned to CD at the same time. I think Kodak has a special before
> Christmas where the CD is free.
> Another good reason to do this is so that you have photos of your car for
> insurance purposes. If, buddha forbid, your car is stolen as part of a
> hunt, you can just email the photos to your insurance agent and you'll
> get a check the next day for every dollar that you have into your classic
> british car.
> Steven Newell
> Crave Technology, Denver, CO
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