My new camera
February 6, 2009 10:59am CST
Just before my trip to South Africa I got a digital camera made by Fuji. It has got a zoom of times 12 so I loved using it to take photos of the wildlife. I didn't know how all of it worked so I worked it out as I traveled. I am so pleased not to be using my old Olympus camera that made a blotch on ever photo. I got 100 photos developed in just one hour and put them in an album. How long have you had your camera? If you have got a new camera recently did you learn quickly how to use it?
• United States
9 Feb 09
I got my first digital camera in 2003. It was a 1 megapixel point and shoot model that hardly had any features at all. In 2004 I upgraded to a nicer digital camera. Then in 2006 I got my first DSLR. I bought another DSLR last summer, and I got a third DSLR for Christmas. When I get a new camera, I spend a lot of time with it, checking out all of the features and taking a lot of photos, so it doesn't take me long at all to learn how to use it!
7 Feb 09
Hi maximax8. I got mine for over 3 years now. It took me sometime to get used to it at first since it's a digital SLR, and also since it's my first time to use an SLR. If/when I decide to upgrade to a better camera(hopefully soon), I'm guessing I won't have much trouble with it, compared to last time. Do you mind sharing some of those wild life photos you took? I'm sure they're all lovely.