Canada Computers opens at 10am and closes at 6pm on Saturdays, my shift at work was 10-6:30. FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF-
Tomorrow is Easter Sunday, I’m gonna give it a try anyway but probably not gonna get an SD card till Monday, bleh.
So I’ve lost my SD card and can’t seem to locate it.
Damn, looks like I’ll have to buy a new one with a higher class and larger capacity.
AND I HAVE A CREATIVE PARTNER FOR THE SUMMER.
This is one of those evening where I really really miss being friends with Alexis. The scariest part of being extremely close with somebody is not knowing when you might lose them.
And with that I end my first camera’s internet funeral.
Something about the image quality of the Lumix just always differed from my D7000. I would never use it for something like fashion, but abstract shots come out like nothing else.
RIP Lumix, you’ll never be forgotten!
With the ole Lumix you could zoom into the image and sharpen it perfectly, this was really useful with my one since I used old Nikon manual focus lenses with it, those were sharp as a tack so naturally I was constantly impressed with it.
Another was the screen it had. Every adjustment you made had WYSIWYG (what you se is what you get) applied to it, do you know how much that helps? Not to mention its a variable angle screen so you could get great angles without having to contort your body, how cool is that?
One of the reasons I’m so rattled about the Lumix being busted is the depth of field it had. I always used an adapter for Nikon lenses so the range was always doubled and as a result, the depth of field was magical and the bokeh was delicious