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  1. 5

    Darty

    I don’t like it. Just more jobs lost and less personal contact with guest. Less chance for the magic of Disney that comes from its Cast Members.

  2. 4

    Carrie G.

    Read most of it. I definitely do not love the “Big Borther” feel it will give to my Disney trips. I like them to be carefree and don’t know that I will love the feeling that someone is watching me at all times. I’d like to read more about it in an article directly from Disney.

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    Carrie G.

    Read most of it. I definitely do not love the “Big Borther” feel it will give to my Disney trips. I like them to be carefree and don’t know that I will love the feeling that someone is watching me at all times. I’d like to read more about it in an article directly from Disney.

  4. 2

    Patti/pdubster

    Let me get this straight. They’re going to track guests walking around the park all sweaty and tired and take pictures of them? Is this the facebooking of Disney?

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    Carrie G.

    I haven’t read the article yet, but my initial thought was, “Who are we going to have our children smile at?” I *ADORE* our posed, smiling family photos with the characters. I agree that the spontaneous ones from different angles can be very interesting, but honestly, the posed ones are more important to me – they show the growth of my children between trips. Also, what if we want to make a photobook; the quality of an image sent to my cell isn’t going to be high-resolution, so it will have limitations. Off to read the article…

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