Should one use their camera to do things that can easily be done on PC with top software?

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by The Old Timer, Oct 9, 2003.

  1. I have received my first digital camera, an Olympus C-750 & I see that there
    are is a wide variety of things that the camera can do that I have
    previously have done with top end software like sharpen, sepia, black-white,
    crop & even resampling etc. Am I correct is assuming that I'm probably
    better off never doing these things in camera?

    It's my intention to transfer all pictures to PC for examination & touchup
    if necessary before I decide to get any printed. I'm assuming that I will
    probably need a card reader/writer to transfer pictures from PC back to XD
    card?
     
    The Old Timer, Oct 9, 2003
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  2. The Old Timer

    Browntimdc Guest

    It's mostly a marketing ploy. It costs virtually nothing to add software
    "features" if no additional switches or buttons are needed. Also, there
    are a handfull of people who take the memory card out of the camera, walk
    into a Ritz Camera store and plug it into a quick print kiosk.

    Tim
     
    Browntimdc, Oct 9, 2003
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