That sucks your camera broke your camera D: I found two cameras that seem great. Since I haven't used a point and shoot in several years I go over all the settings and evaluate the costumer photos to see the quality of the image. I prefer bulkier point in shoots. In digital cameras there's a sensor that captures the photo, a larger sensor will have cleaner detail even if it has less megapixels then a little pocket sized point and shoot. the reason for this is a smaller camera has a smaller sensor and they try stuffing all the megapixels on it when they don't really fit.
Nikon COOLPIX P510 16.1 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 42x Zoom NIKKOR ED Glass Lens and GPS Record Location
Fujifilm FinePix S2950 14 MP Digital Camera with Fujinon 18x Wide Angle Optical Zoom Lens and 3-Inch LCD
The great thing about cameras is new tech is always coming out and they go down in price pretty quickly. the Nikon is $396(normally 429) and the only is $149(normally 329) on Amazon.com.
Copper, I need some advice from a professional photographer. What's a good point and shoot digital camera brand? My cat broke my camera so I'm in the market for a new one but I want one that takes good macro. As long as the price is under $400. I saw a Fujipix that seemed nice and an Olympus. The one I had was a Canon.
If you have a small tank or even a small rubbermaid, you can pop him in that. Odessas can tolerate temps down to the 60's. Legend has it that in the early part of last century, vendors in Moscow would carry them in flasks in their breast pockets to keep them warm while they tried to sell them. Yeah, single barbs are nippy little brats. Even in big schools they can be relentless. But he's sure a pretty thing. :)
Look what someone at work asked me to find a home for, a Odessa barb. A really beautiful but mean little fish, I had to move him out of my big tank because he nipped one of my tetras until the base of their tail was white, swollen, and raw :( If i knew he was going to be so aggressive I wouldn't of fostered him, I'll have to find him a home quick since he's now cramped, I put him in the filter section of my 10g after making it bigger. The photos from google :)
I couldn't believe it. The parrot was kind of leaning backward to keep its balance but otherwise it seemed fine. He was probably going 20 mph and who knows how fast he went when he hit the main drag. There's no way he could go on the freeway though . . .