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Marware Eco-Vue Leather Kindle Folio, Teal (Fits Kindle Keyboard)
Marware Eco-Vue Leather Kindle Folio, Teal (Fits Kindle Keyboard)
2 used & new from $12.55

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4.0 out of 5 stars Just about went crazy shopping for cover, July 19, 2012
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when I was getting my Kindle, I wanted to get a good cover to protect it. There were so many that it almost drove my crazy. I finally decided to get this one. Couple of reasons I like it is the way it can be folded back and you don't have to take it out of the cover to read your Kindle. I like the sling in the back that yoiu can put your hand in and it makes it easy to hold the Kindle.


Decalgirl Kindle Touch Skin -  Winter Sparkle (does not fit Kindle Paperwhite)
Decalgirl Kindle Touch Skin - Winter Sparkle (does not fit Kindle Paperwhite)

5.0 out of 5 stars Makes my Kindle different, July 19, 2012
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This makes my Kindle different from everyone else's. It was easy to put on and it looks so cool. You can pick out a multiple of different skins and I love it.


Empty saddles, forgotten names: Outlaws of the Black Hills and Wyoming
Empty saddles, forgotten names: Outlaws of the Black Hills and Wyoming
by Doug Engebretson
Edition: Paperback
10 used & new from $7.00

5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book, January 5, 2011
This book is full of great details about outlaws of the Black Hills and Wyoming. Great read. Doug has done a lot of research and it is very informative. I got my book from the Booktrader & More & it was autographed, too. (This is not the cover that was on the printing of my book.)


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1.0 out of 5 stars Very Disappointing, December 26, 2010
I got this camera right before Christmas and practiced with it for several days. However, when it came to taking shots during Christmas, I lost some due to not being able to pull up the option I wanted. The menu selection is one of my main disappointments. I'm not an idiot and I still can't consistently pull up the option I want when I want it. My niece got a Sony camera for Christmas and had all the buttons figured out right away. I gave her my camera to play with (figured that maybe it was just me). She eventually gave it back to me and said it was too complicated. I would prefer a button to start the video. You have to go into the menu and select video and do the same to turn the video mode off. As I said, I am not an idiot and have had 35mm cameras with no problems.

The viewfinder screen doesn't have accurate colors all the time. Maroon/red colors sometime appear washed out on the viewfinder screen. There is also times when there is a slight washed out strip on the screen. The battery life is terrible.

At first I thought I would prefer a lithium battery, however I have run out of battery power twice (once during Christmas). Granted I did take a few videos, but some of the video was taken by accident cause I thought I had turned it off, but hadn't. When it came time for taking all the family photos - there I was with a brand new camera and a dead battery.

This camera is going back! I hate it


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