August 11, 2007

New camera

I mentioned yesterday that I had to buy a new (still compact digital) camera; my previous one starting to give me some serious problems. Yesterday, once I had charged the battery correctly, I wanted to test it. I have no ambition to be become a professional bird and flower photographer as some of you, but anyhow… I will certainly continue to use just the “automatic” functions, as on these ones.

Then the old one wanted to work again, which allowed me to make a comparative study. Obviously, the new one can get a bit closer and show things in a bit more sharp way. I will not throw away my old camera; it has rendered me a lot service and pleasure, but I must admit that right now I have a preference for the new one; the technical development is fast.

I also tried to picture some moss on a stone.

10 comments:

GMG said...

It seems you made a good choice!

Zhang said...

Ca a l'air bien, le nouvel appareil. Ou c'est le photographe qui est très fort: les photos sont belles.

oldmanlincoln said...

The moss on the stone is most interesting and I see some insects there too. This must be one with a Leica lens.

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville Daily Photo

Leena said...

Good for you :) I am afraid, that you are going very soon to become inspired doing close up photos!
I am happy to see them!

Cuckoo said...

You have made a good choice and the moss picture is so very perfect.

It'll inspire you to be on your toes always clicking pictures. ;)

Neva said...

Wow....what a difference! It is amazing to me how they can improve so much. I am still figuring out the "point and shoot" technique! Hope your mom is better.

Cergie said...

Tu vas faire tes "gammes" et ensuite des merveilles avec ton nouvel APN, c'est sûr...

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Ming_the_Merciless said...

The last two photos are amazing!!!

black feline said...

the details are unbelievable...must be a pretty powerful camera!