Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Canon EOS 1000F N

The cameras are turning digital. I was fortunate, being able to use a film SLR (Singe Lens Reflex) camera. The functions are better, it is more stable (and still is) compared to its smaller counteraparts and the zoom - it kills! For as long as I can remember, I had been using the Canon EOS 1000 F-N camera. Imagine this scenario: handing your 7 year-old son an SLR that costs RM 1,000++. That was what dad did with me. And in the year 1993, how many dads do that?

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We band of brothers... with 35-80mm f/4-5.6 lens attached.

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Front view. The white screen was an ad hoc one.

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Program dial/button/whatever. The sound offers 4 different melodies for the self-timer mode (believe me...)

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Model EOS 1000F-N.

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With 75-300mm f/4-5.6 attached.

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On a tripod with an indecently long lens.

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...so long that it looked big. Of course, still short compared to what the paparazzi use.

So, how does it feels to let the pictures do the talking?

1 comment:

RaY7 said...

Another Great Entry!! Good Job!!