[ale] OT: One-time use digital cameras

James Sumners james at sumners.ath.cx
Sat Feb 14 13:14:42 EST 2004

Yeah, waiting several hours to pull your pictures off of the camera is
absolutely pointless.

If you are looking for a (relatively) cheap, small, digital camera take a look
at this one:

It operates as a USB mass storage device and takes decent digital images. Here
is one as an example:

James Sumners

On Sat, 14 Feb 2004 12:00:09 -0500
William Bagwell <rb211 at tds.net> wrote:

> On Saturday 14 February 2004 11:09 am, Chris Fowler wrote:
> > I was at Wolf Camera and they are now selling one-time use digital
> > cameras.  You take the pictures then they develop them.  The do not
> > have a port on them.  I assume one is on the inside.  Has anyone
> > figured out how to suck the images off?
> My recollection of this /. article, is that it was *way* more trouble than 
> it's worth.
> http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=03/11/12/2354206&mode=thread&tid=152&tid=185&tid=188
> YMMV Have fun:-)
> -- 
> William
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