Saturday, 7 July 2007

she sells seashells by the seashore

And on another note, what camera do you use? We're looking to up-grade - my poor little Olympus (which takes pretty darn good pictures!) is limping along, and I think it's time to move on...


Suse said...

I use a rather cheap 4 pixel Canon Powershot with a wonky lens and broken shutter. If you buy one yourself, make sure you drop it on a brick floor to get 'the look' just right.

Oh, and if you can get it free through your favourite loyalty points system, so much the better.

Erin said...

I am strictly amateur hour here. I have a Kodak EasyShare that I love.

I have seen some less amateur-ish Kodaks that seem to have some nice features and are similar to a single lens reflex without shelling out the bucks for a digital SLR.

jAMiE said...

I'm pathetic, i use my camera phone...but i'm interested in getting a digital camera too.

Enjoyed the pics.

Angewl said...

I have had the Kodak Easyshare c310 or something like that. 3.2 MP, but took excellent pictures.

I wanted something that zooms and more MP, so I got the 7.2 MP Sony Cybershot that was over $400!

I had a hard time with that one. Seems my pics were always blurry or something.

So Kenny (who was pissed I wanted a new camera)happily bought me a Kodak EasyShare V803 in MYSTIC PURPLE color.

I can crop the picture ON the camera, I can enhance them. It is soooo cool. I LOVE IT.

oh, and did I mention, ITS PURPLE????

kimmyk said...

I use a Nikon D50 and I love it! Looove it!

It's worth the money and then some.
We actually bought it off of eBay from one of the online camera stores. Might check can get some great deals.

Lone Grey Squirrel said...

I love my Olympus. I've been faithful to the brand since my first camera but now if your shifting to digital, Nikon or Fuji may be the way to go.

Caro said...

Beautiful pics. I wish I were there instead of here.

I use a Canon (A540?). It's a six mega pixel. It has lots of lovely feautures I have no idea how to use.

The auto setting suits me fine.