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The New Baby Has Arrived!

09 December 2009

A couple of hours ago I collected this delightful baby to add to my family of cameras and I can only say that she is beautiful. The perfect entry-level DSLR camera that I could ever ask for surely, and I must really thank my parents who insisted on covering the cost of the camera for me - they are the bestest. Hopefully with this Canon EOS 500D I can take my blog to a whole new level with even better quality pictures, and perhaps in time go on to explore the unchartered but exciting fields of photography as well. Of course, there is still much to learn, and I'm so ready to start going out there to snap away! :)

I will not forget my trusted Canon Ixus 80 IS, which has been close to me all this while. In fact I plan to use both cameras interchangeably, especially when I'm still admittedly an amateur at DSLR photography. Moreover, the Ixus is less intimidating when I'm out at smaller eateries and stalls, so it would definitely be the camera of choice then.

Even in instances where I only have my Nokia N85 with me, you can still expect to find pictures from it for some of my blog posts. It still packs a good punch with a clear 5 megapixel Carl Zeiss lens and can actually pass off as a digital camera in optimum lighting.

So here they are, the babies for The Simplest Aphrodisiac. I will add a "Camera Used" section in all my posts from now on, because I can see myself switching between the EOS and Ixus frequently and it will be good to give credit to where it belongs.

Canon. Delighting ME Always! :)

12 Foodie Comments:

SistaFood said...

we're so tempted to get a new cam now! haha
Good that your parents bought for u :)
But canon normally has problem with the flash for night shoot. The photos can get a little too bright. Not sure if it's the case for ur new baby?

December 9, 2009 at 2:40 PM
*Harris said...

Wow you commented just five minutes after I posted the post haha!

I've not even charged the battery yet actually lol, I'm going out for dinner so I will probably do it overnight. About the flash, well internal flash is always not the best option, be it for Canon or Nikon. As Brad mentioned before, getting an external flash is better.

Well, guess it's always better to stick to the optimum lighting for now. I was flipping through the user guide and some websites and it seems that the current internal flash is pretty good as it is. I hope so! :)

December 9, 2009 at 2:47 PM
Anonymous said...

cool i haven't touch the user manual since e day i bought it i've been using my 500d on auto mode. HAHA. gotta go for the workshop soon! but so far e flash looks fine, maybe not for the pros out there. =)

December 9, 2009 at 3:47 PM
*Harris said...

haha you got know what the baby can do for you, it looks pretty neat :)

i didn't know they had workshops lol.

December 9, 2009 at 3:58 PM
*Harris said...

and yeah, i'm not a pro yet too, looks like we're both using kit lens? heh ;)

December 9, 2009 at 3:59 PM
Anonymous said...

I'm so envious!! =) Heh, looking forward to even more fabulous photos from you!

Ya, Canon has workshops for most of its cameras, I think. I'm too lazy to go for my G10 one haha.

December 9, 2009 at 6:19 PM
*Harris said...

Hey Kaelyn!

Well, I will have to learn more about getting to the "fabulous photos" part haha.

See you Saturday!

December 9, 2009 at 11:45 PM
Justin D. Pereira said...

nice one harris. haha. welcome to the dslr scene. you bringing it on saturday?

December 9, 2009 at 11:47 PM
*Harris said...

yeap, i should be bringing it. have yet to charge the battery though!

ah, the feeling of being a parent HAHA.

December 9, 2009 at 11:48 PM
elaine said...

woohoo congrats... welcome to the canon slr club! haha (:

December 11, 2009 at 10:37 PM
*Harris said...

thank you elaine!

but i really need to work on my dslr shots, the ones taken at royal copenhagen for the food outing were very average! still learning how to use it properly haha.

December 13, 2009 at 12:57 AM
Anonymous said...

yup i'm still using the kit lens. i'm thinking of getting a macro filter as recommmended by my friends. cheaper alternative to macro lens. HA.

December 14, 2009 at 1:31 PM

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