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Pennsylvania man snaps picture of rare half-male, half-female cardinal

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I think I remember a Vegas act along those lines.
 

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That bird watcher took that once in a lifetime photo with a 35mm camera and not an IPad or IPhone. I just wish the large camera companies would bring back 35mm cameras and print photos to the average person. Can you hear me now Costco?

Someone, Please give me the name of a photo camera company that still print paper photo copies?
 

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Pedro, the Photo Centers at Costco are closing down. So no luck there. If you want to process film and receive prints, you'll likely have to search online for a company that does it. Film printing is more expensive than digital, and tends to waste more than it provides, since you'd be paying for all images, regardless of whether they were any good.

As to the OP: This characteristic is a type of genetic goof known as a "Half-Sider," and is specifically named in Cardinals. You can read all about it at this webpage: https://lafeber.com/pet-birds/a-unique-feather-color-mutation/

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When I saw the thread title I was expecting a trans-gender or androgynous version of this:

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DaveNV, Costco Photo Lab spoiled me. I have several 35mm Nikon digital cameras with all types of lens and accessories. I just enjoyed seeing my photos in prints. Costco Photo Lab was excellent and the cost per print was very low.
 

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DaveNV, Costco Photo Lab spoiled me. I have several 35mm Nikon digital cameras with all types of lens and accessories. I just enjoyed seeing my photos in prints. Costco Photo Lab was excellent and the cost per print was very low.
get a good quality dot matrix printer and print your own. I've got some I've printed on photo quality paper using an Epson and the quality is outstanding.
 

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What Steve said ^^^. Print your own.

Dave
 

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get a good quality dot matrix printer and print your own. I've got some I've printed on photo quality paper using an Epson and the quality is outstanding.
This includes some old family photographs, nearly 100 years old, that were in photo albums that my parents had. After my Mom died I scanned many of those old B&W pics with good quality home photo scanner (for that time - 15 years ago now) and printed them on my Epson. They're at least as good as the originals in the photo album. In one way better, because I added captions to them indicating who the people are, when the photo was taken, etc. So when I assemble a CD of our family photos to pass on to the kids and grandkids, they will know what it is they are looking at.
 

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This includes some old family photographs, nearly 100 years old, that were in photo albums that my parents had. After my Mom died I scanned many of those old B&W pics with good quality home photo scanner (for that time - 15 years ago now) and printed them on my Epson. They're at least as good as the originals in the photo album. In one way better, because I added captions to them indicating who the people are, when the photo was taken, etc. So when I assemble a CD of our family photos to pass on to the kids and grandkids, they will know what it is they are looking at.
Thank you very much for your reply and answer. Your last sentence tell the true reasons why I enjoy taking print family photos .
 
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