Just after I got married, I was able to upgrade my camera to my very first digital camera. Sticking with Kodak purely out of nostalgia now, I bought the Kodak EasyShare Z710. It was a 7 mega pixel camera and had the ability to add lenses on to it, it was a point and click camera and had no controls for personal or manual control. It did give me some nice results and became the one I used from that point on. My digital library and printed library increased ten fold, as soon as I snapped a shot I would quickly take it to the local Happy Snaps to get "developed". I used it mainly to take pictures of family members and begin creating musical slideshows using the Nero 7 software. It was awhile ago, I bought some attachment lenses for it and when my first child came along, I used it to take the first pictures of her. Sadly, those baby pictures did not survive a hard drive crash a year later. The only pictures to survive where when Elvie was one year old and older. This taught me to back up all my pictures on a separate hard drive to the on that I use, which I still do to this day. The camera had real gorgeous colour saturation. I kept it up until 2011 when I gave it to someone who had a passion for photography as well.