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If you are like most, you rode the excitement wave of digital cameras right after you bought your new computer to avoid any Y2K issues TEN YEARS AGO. Can you believe it has been ten years? You remember your first digital camera, you know the 1.5 mega pixel camera that finally released the shutter 2.4 seconds after you pushed the button. The one that supplied more pictures of your subject half out of the frame than it did with them smiling for the photographer.
Well now that digital cameras are at rock bottom prices you are probably collecting your old cameras and chargers in a drawer for the day you are going to "need" them. Let's be honest, that day will never come. It is estimated that the average household has 3-4 old digital cameras collecting dust in their home. Your top of the line Pentex Optio 3.2 that fits inside of an Altoids case can not hold a candle to what you can now buy for under a hundred bucks. So what are you going to do with all of these? Someone has to want them, right? ...YES! you are correct.
There is not much that makes me want to use a vacation day when it's raining, but going to the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield County Club is one of them. I certainly did not get to watch all the golf I had hoped for on Thursday due to the weather delays, but what I did get to see were lots of Greensboro and Triad residents coming together to put on a great show for the whole world to see. I saw Mastercolor customers as volunteers, I saw them as corporate sponsors, and I saw what I hope to be future customers with smuggled cameras snapping photos of the new "hotties" on tour.