Wednesday, October 19, 2011

how many camera's are enough?

More than one, definitely! It seems that camera's are on my mind tonight. I wrote a post about my current camera some time back and now I'm about to write about my old one...well, actually, the new version of the old one. I had a Casio Exilim camera for quite a few years, this is the camera that got me started in photography, the one that got me hooked. It was a tiny little thing, something I could slip into my pocket with ease, but it only had 5 mega pixels, which very soon wasn't enough for me. Now I see that there is a new Exilim EX-H20G out in the market and this one is 10 mega pixels and besides several of the must-have functions, it also has a built-in GPS function, so you'll have the information about all your photos automatically. I think that's a nice function to have, especially in one of these smaller cameras where you don't really expect it.I think it's important to have a couple of cameras, one fancy-shmancy one and one simple point and shoot. I'm feeling so nostalgic about it, I might just have to take out the old one and take a few photos with it!


shilpa said...

oh point and shoot definitely has its charm and anonimity on the street... but, now cell phones multitask as proper cameras ever too often, i have found!

Shalini said...

I agree. It's nice to quickly whip out a small phone and take a pic without people realizing it. Also, so many movie theatres don't let you take camera's inside, so what are you meant to do with them if you happen to be carrying one. The little ones are so easy to hide.