The originals are averaging 15kb each. They'd look like hot garbage printed out, but they're good enough for fiddling with on an old computer.
Heck, at the file size I bet even my HPLX (or my soon to arrive Tandy 1000 HX) will load the pictures with lxpic.
A couple more samples from the Mavica FD-7 all in pretty low light.
Several folks asked what the camera looks like, so I've taken a mirror selfie (no EC, no features other than hand.)
Here it is reversed, and then the same reversed image blow up from 640x480 to 3200x2400 and then filtered the way I normally do comic books prior to printing them. https://retro.social/media/u3LF4Gxl3NgJ73eUw78
And here are some more pictures I took while I was on the move today.
(VGA resolution images taken from a Sony Mavica FD-7)
And, of course, I spotted a Bigfoot on this expedition.
Here are two attempts to photograph it.
(this isn't a joke. A neighbor has a bigfoot statue.)
@ajroach42 In this day we still can't get a clear picture of big foot
@notptr It's on account of the natural protective camouflage of the creature, they emit a kind of Anti Focus Field. (or at least,that's the lore of my podcast)
@ajroach42 “is that your fig out there?”
@Ethancdavenport Please don't remind me of mr. greasy shine.
@ajroach42 mr ill-fitting rumpled shirt, glasses all the way down the nose, poor conversationalist??? You mean him??????
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