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The North Shore Towers Camera Club has introduced new equipment to use to better share images with one another.
The Camera Club was started more than two years ago and now has about 25 members.
About two months, it introduced a new set of equipment to use at meetings while displaying photographs. It is a cart with a computer on it that has the ability to project images. The images can be transferred to the computer using methods such as a flash drive or CD.
Once the images have been projected, members are able to show they can be edited. There is also an exchange of friendly critiques.
The Camera Club also recently participated in the North Shore Towers Art Show. This marked the second year that they exhibited the photographs of some of their members.
The North Shore Towers Camera Club meets the second and fourth Mondays of every month. For more information, contact club president Carl Leichman at 718-225-3003.

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