It has to go when it is not meant to be mine anymore. I dropped it when I was in Brussels; not once but twice. It was fine when it fell on the ground for the first time. But it has stopped working after I dropped it again. I put it in my pocket, and somehow the strap was tangled to my bag strap. So when I adjusted my bag position, the camera was pulled out from my pocket and dropped on the floor.
It was only 6 months old. I really didn’t mean to spoil it. 🙁 Anyway, Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX30 is a good camera. Having no camera for almost 2 months really makes my life miserable (exaggerating statement).
the spoilt camera
While waiting for the laundry to be done, I went for a walk. Sitting on a bench at the riverside, I was reading “To Kill A Mockingbird.” It is a book that my classmate, Eliska simply grabbed from her home in Czech. Alex is the one who recommended it.
And of course, I also took some photos of the scenery with my new Fujifilm F100fd. The weather was warm and nice. The colour tone and level of contrast and brightness of these photos are not edited. They are the original images from the camera. I only added the black borders.
vivid.subtle.soft.natural(click the images for the enlarged)crystal clear cloud reflection on the water surface
The images from my previous camera were good and sharp. Somehow, the common problem with compact digital camera is that the images always appear not so vivid to me. But Fujifilm F100fd with its Super CCD sensor is doing a great job in it.
Could you see if the photos have rich colour detail? Natural gradient is seen in the images. Or is it my own biased perception?
Anyway, I still love it..