Alright, so this is gratuitous, materialistic and consumerist bragging, but I have to tell you: I’ve got a new camera! Goodbye six mega pixels, hello twelve. Goodbye blurry optical zoom, hello lovely clear shots. Its like being in love, only easier because there’s an owner’s manual and instructions for use.
It’d be handy if people came with a manual wouldn’t it? I wonder what mine would read? Perhaps it should have a few notes on safe operation as well.
Congratulations on acquiring access to MM mark 1.
Disclaimer: Since this is a prototype, expect occasional unpredictable behavior such as sudden noises and erratic responses. A limited range of functions is available to you as the full version is not for general distribution.
Any loss, shock, damage or injury resulting from application of the MM is not the responsibility of the manufacturers who were absolved of all legal liability after a period of 21 years.
Re-programming of the MM is extremely difficult and is not recommended as fingers might be burned in the process.
Do not expose to excessive heat, cold or ethanol-based substances, as this impairs efficiency. If the MM is overloaded beyond a certain point, it will stop functioning immediately and you may or may not be able to get it to work again.
All navigational, mathematical and memory problems are inherent in the design.
Remember: the MM is multi-purpose, of an excellent quality, neatly packaged and great fun! Any and all difficulties you experience with this product, however, are entirely your own problem. Enjoy!
Anyone else care to share ideas around ‘Instructions for Use’? Today’s pic: a shot of the horses taken with my lovely new camera and its incredible zoom lens. Tch! Should have given it a little edit... what the heck.
Oh! And apologies PAMO. I got mixed up replying to your comment about the owl picture. That was a lucky shot. An owl had nested on the ground under a tree (very unusual behavior) and I got some good shots of the babies.