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1&2 gig's are the norm now. mine is several years old and is a 128MB card. not shore they would even bother with a 2 MB. not in about 12 years now would 2MB's be considerd worth adding..
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Panasonic Lumix DMCFZ8K Digital Camera - Black
• 7.2 megapixel • 12x optical zoom, 4x digital zoom • 2.5-inch high resolution LCD • Leica DC VARIO-ELMARIT Lens • Optical Image Stabilizer.Lithium ion Battery.
I'm good for about 650 pics with a 2 meg card.The battery will last about 2 weeks before a recharge.This is a middle of the road type of camera.
If I were to write a review about this unit I would say get one you wont regreat it.
Cool, I finally went digital last year, wanted something that would be up to the standards of my trusty old Nikon F4, so I went with a Nikon D200. Pretty happy with it, 10.2 MP, 5 FPS, etc, and went with the AF-SED 18-200 lens. Does pretty much everything I ask of it, though still haven't gotten used to all the controls yet One of these years... Pic quality is about as good as film unless you're going to really enlarge it, poster size or bigger, other than that, no complaints at all.
Got tired of carrying a device ( laptop / portable copy ) to dump images to and empty the card. Went to a show at the end of July and in half of the first day took 857 images. Overall that weekend we took more than 2700 images.
It was a Japanese Animation convention and there were so many people in costumes, and they changed costumes several times each day.
The problem is, it seems the more 'card' I have the more I shoot. LOL
But we edit through a lot of the shots and weed out the bad ones.
It was worse before I converted to 100% digital and more expensive.
I have a Nikon cool-pix L4 that I bought from Wally World for $129. It's a great around-about camera. I think any modern name brand camera will do what you want to do. That's the fun of Digital camera's . Take a ton of pictures and save the ones you like. It's cheap to practice learning your camera.