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The MagaZine
by Bettina Cirone
and Ian Jerolmack
Autumn Issue.

A Round The World
with David Hebble

The Music Talent:
Central Park Stomp
Peggy Cone and The
Central Park Stompers
www.PeggyCone.com

Holiday Gifts

Skin Tight
Photos: Alberto Rizzo

Capture The Moment. For
any Holiday. And -- during the
Christmas Season it makes
a nice stocking stuffer. Matter
of fact, for any of the Holiday
Seasons you may want to
keep a few of these on hand.
Under $10 ... The Kodak
Advantix Access Camera.
A one time use 27 print high
quality camera for extra wide 4
X 7 prints.
comes in Holiday Orange (which
is really red), Silver, Purple, and
Lavender.
Fujifilm FinePix 40i Digital Camera, an ultra-
compact portable device that combines three of today's
most popular mobile platforms -- digital imaging, MP3
audio and digital video -- into one product. The super
small (3.4" W x 2.8" H x 1.1" D) FinePix 40i captures
sharp colorful
pictures.
The Fuji 40i has a built-in flash, five programmed
exposure modes, a USB port for the quick and easy
transfer of images and a generously sized 1.8-inch
LCD, considering the size of the camera. The 40i
also can capture 80 seconds of continuous video

As an added bonus, the remote control can be used with the camera to
take and view captured pictures, along with controlling the digital zoom.
$699. For more info call 1 800 800 Fuji or visit www.FujiFilm.com

with sound.
In addition to the traditional silver,
magnesium alloy housing, a limited
supply of metallic blue FinePix 40i
digital cameras made it to market.

All MP3
controls
are on a
tethered
remote.
The provided
headphones or
the user's own can be
inserted for private listening.

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