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Love the fact that it works off a floppy disk. No need to worry about USB connections or the various memory cards that they can't seem to standardize. You can get photos off this camera anytime, anywhere.
I really enjoy my Mavica camera. And as far as the action photo's go, I take many action photos with mine. I scrapbook and was co-editor for my highschool newspaper and we used a mavica camera. You just need to know how to use it. If you push the but...ton down one time, a green light should come on, keep it held down until your ready to take the picture. Then it takes it perfectly. Sometimes if you move it to fast the pics will turn out fuzzy, but thats about it. I love my camera Read more Less
I bought this camera back in 2001 and I still use it. I've taken tons of great pics with it over the last ten years and I really have no desire to buy a newer digital camera - this one works just fine for me, still after all these years. Took a trip ...to Malaysia (where I met my wife!!) and brought this camera along - got some great overseas pics. I always liked the floppy disc aspect of it. Many times what I would do is take some pics for someone, then just pop out the floppy and hand it to them "Here's your pics!!" and all they had to do was pop it in their floppy drives. No USB connecting cables or downloads. I only wish that floppies could hold more bytes. I never did buy the memory stick adapter for it and I don't know if you can even get them anymore. Sony doesn't even make this camera anymore so I imagine accessories are hard to get nowadays. What I do is just carry more floppies with me when I go somewhere. Computers don't come with floppy disk drives built in anymore like they used to, but I have a USB floppy drive that I can hook up to my laptop that I use to transfer the pics from my FD85 to my laptop computer. Still takes great pics without missing a beat and it will be exactly ten years since I bought it. Read more Less
I really love this camera, and I have had some experience with digital cameras in the past. The only fault a person could find with this camera is the fact that you really are unable to take "action photos" with it - but then I don't suppose the FD8...5 was manufactured for that purpose. All the other functions that the camera DOES offer more than make up for this one small fault - in mind anyway. Unless you are a person who takes a lot of "action photos" I highly recommend this camera. I would also like to recommend the site from which I ordered the camera - LIFELINE.COM - which I found using Yahoo Shopping. They had the camera to my door in 3 days, and that was in the middle of the 2000 Holiday Season, during which time it was difficult to get anything delivered with any expediency! Read more Less
Like all other Mavica cameras, the photos are recorded on a 31/2 inch floppy disk. Read more
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