This camera is old but it’s really nice. It’s one of the first Canon digital camera battery they included and it has one of those old school flip out screens – you know, like from the early eighties? They’re like this big, but you can still see what you’re shooting pretty easily.
Why don’t you sell it and get a new one?
Because it’s a good camera! I already have the Canon digital camera battery charged and rechargers and the digital memory cards. Watch, I’ll take a picture of you. See, it looks great!
That’s a terrible picture.
Of you. You blinked. But look at the lighting, the shadow.
Yeah, it’s pretty good.
It’s really good. I don’t need a camera.
Sounds like you’re convincing yourself now.
All I may need is some inkjet photo paper to print out this picture of you.
Don’t you dare.
What? I really like it. You have great eyelids. Let me get a close up with my nice antique camera. Someday this thing is going to be worth a lot of money.
Yeah right. I’m going to get my own camera.
Go to the same place where I get my inkjet photo paper. They have all the good stuff.