I inherited a camera from my uncle and it was a Nikon but it didn’t have any memory. And there’s nothing worse than when you want to take a picture and can’t because you can’t store any more so you have to go back and miss the photo opportunity and delete other pictures. Then you can finally take the picture you want. So annoying.
Anyway, I was looking into buying a new digital memory card and I noticed that Continental Photo is having a huge sale: they’re having a lot of 5 2GB memory cards for under $30. I could hardly believe it since usually just one 2 gig card is that much. So I hopped on it.
Now, I don’t have to worry about how many pictures my camera can hold. I snap away, turning the camera to different angles like a fashion photographer, to see which one is best for my subject.
And I also bought some Inkjet photo paper when I was shopping online so that I could print out some of my best shots. I’m starting to get into choosing the best of the best, and from the thousands I’ll take with my new digital memory cards, there should be at least a few worth printing. Right?