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Lets see some of your favorite Goldwing cell/camera phone pics.
I have a new LG phone that takes pretty good pics. You have to be steady, get the light just right........and then take about a hundred pics to get that perfect one! LOL

Post away!

 

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I don't have any of that 'new technology' stuff........

I'm still using a Polaroid sx-70.......... :wink:
 

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I had breakfast today with a friend whose cell phone has a 4.5 megapixel camera. He's sent me some shots he's taken with it in an email and the quality is incredible (expecially when compared to my 640 x 480). I had no idea that quality of camera was available in a cell phone.

This is an example of what I get;






Of course, when I was sitting in the shade enjoying this view AND getting my bike washed, I wasn't thinking about pixels. :wink: :) :D
 

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Now, that's bare-ly riding!
 

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Don Stefanik said:
WHY DO THEY EVEN BOTHER TO WEAR SHOES???!!!!!

Because road rash on your feet is painful! :lol:
 

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goldwinghen3 you have an eye for art :)
 

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WHY DO THEY EVEN BOTHER TO WEAR SHOES???!!!!!
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shoes ???? what shoes ??? they had shoes on???
 

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Question for picture phone users.

I just got a Sprint Samsung A640 pic phone.

I inquired and was told that I had to subscribe to their internet service to transfer the pics. ($15 per month)

The alternative is to pay 3 cents per 1K bits to use transfer on the internet. That is a lot of money for a small picture at 250 K bits.

Anyone know if it's possible to tie a phone into an MSB port?
 

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Don Swanburg said:
Question for picture phone users.

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Anyone know if it's possible to tie a phone into an MSB port?
If you mean USB port, then the answer is yes. Most Camera/MP3 phones have the ability to be a USB drive to a computer. Check your specific phone for its capabilities, but mine is and I know of many others. A cable is needed of course.
Hope this helps.
 

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I still like this one

 
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