"Does this camera make me look fat?"
I set the camera to take a picture every minute for 40 minutes. (40 pictures is the max it can hold at one time) When I plugged the camera in my computer, these are some of the gems I found...
Oh hey, Yemen is looking at the (now caged) bunnies.
Then he got hungry.
Oh there's our back door. Guess he was lonely and wanted attention.
Backyard and fort shot. Guess he didn't feel like venturing too far.
And he's back at the door. Still no attention from us.
Hiding in the bushes (still in our backyard)
Goes back to the door hoping for attention.
Gives up and decides to lounge with a view of our A/C units.
Oh wait! Then I come out to check on Yemen and his little camera. So he decides to pay me back for all the lack of attention. How, you ask? By taking the world's MOST unflattering picture of me EVER taken.
It's ALL about the angle, people. Next time the kitty takes a picture of me, I better make sure he's on the roof.
Speaking of "next time"... at Yemen's next attempt at picture-taking, he decided to drink out of his water bowl, which dunked the camera into the water. The camera is no longer working. So whether there is a "next time" or not, depends on the lovely customer service people at Uncle Milton and if they agree to replace the camera. Because for $30, I'd like to get more than just one day's use and 40 pictures.
And did I mention that I like to write reviews for products that I buy on popular websites?
UPDATE: The customer service wrote me back and told me to return it to the store we bought it from (Target) for an exchange. Thankfully we still had the receipt!