21 Feb 2006 • 1,124 views
This is one of my earlier shots - from when I first got my Canon DSLR
and was relatively new to it. It is a scene in the Mori building, at
that time the newest development in Tokyo, Japan. It was taken handheld
while pressed against a glass wall.
I was at the scene, I thought that this lineup of chairs symbolises
everything we foreigners sterotype about Japan - an ultra-modern
society driven by the latest technology. Now, if it were the UK, we'd
probably have some oak chairs instead.
=-= Canon 30D is announced =-=
for the camera buffs and fan boys. Canon has just released the 30D,
successor to the 20D. It's still 8.2 megapixels and 9 point autofocus.
The main improvements are:
- 2.5" LCD
- Auto ISO (100-400)
- ISO selectable in 1/3 EV steps
- 11 frames RAW buffer
- Picture styles
- Direct print button (duh?)
- 70 grams lighter
||Canon EOS 10D|
Roppongi Hills S...