Just for the heck of it, bought a new digital camera. Haven't even opened the darn old plastic package yet. At least it has a viewer, which my old one does not. Old one an antique 2002 model. New one a Polaroid PDC 2080 3.2 mega pixel, made in China of course, on sale for $68 bucks. Holds a fabulous five, count em, five pictures on internal card. Thought I try it out before getting a card to hold more pictures.
Actually I usually take fewer than five pictures before I download to computer. Thought I'd load this program in new lap top.
One curious comment in tiny print on camera package: autoflash...gives just the right amount of light in numerous situations. ...what does that mean... at five point three feet in low ceilinged room with white acoustic tile? How numerous are the situations in which the flash does NOT give just the right amount of light?
It may be a while before you see any results in this journal, but I will give you a review of my learning curve. The first task, get it out of the plastic package.