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Re: digital camera in the elementary classroom


Date: Sun Nov 19 2000 - 05:50:17 PST

Diane, I like the Panasonic digital that uses floppies and super disks. As
for the floppies not holding many images, they are easy to change and it is
easier to catalogue your images. You could have a floppy for each student.
When I taught video, I had my students shoot on half hour tapes rather than
two hour tapes. That way when we were editing we did not have to search
through two hours of footage to find what we wanted. We simply picked up the
tape with the footage we wanted indicated on the label and went right to the
footage needed.
Also I like my Panasonic better than the Mavicas at school. There are fewer
steps involved in everything. Not only that I used Panasonic equipment with
middle and high school students for eight years. I have no complaints. That
is why I bought Panasonic when I bought.