Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Panasonic DMC FZ20

as the classes started to go on just like usual, i developed a special interest towards this one class, mph1113-digital photography, which requires us to spend a whole lot of sum for a slr camera.
we were shocked!i'm talking about a 3k to 4k++ camera here.
mr kenneth, the class cordinator aka lecturer is okay.his a cool dude with a passion of artistry in him.he takes pictures,that's what he do beside than teaching us.
i have no problem with the class, except for that lah, the camera that we must purchase by the end of week 4.

so, me and elly took a step forward, we headed out downtown to search for the so called camera.the only camera that we hunted for was the panasonic fz20.mr ken said that that camera is great and it cost around 2k or so.and we did find a shop in pertama that sell it for 2k, full with accesories.

i couldn't wait to take my first picture with it.
uh, btw, panasonic fz20 fall in the "slr like" category.
its like, before this i dun even care what the category is, i was just imagined myself one day with one of those black camera that profesional photographer used..hmmm...

mr ken post these requirements on the mmudigiphoto yahoo group.

Equipment you need to have:
1.5 Megapixels (or higher) Digital Camera – with Exposure Overrides and RAW format

2.256MB (or higher) memory card(s) – CF or SD (Depends on camera model)

3.Card Reader for transferring images to your PC

4.Spare battery for long period outdoor shooting

5.Lens hood to avoid flare and filter to protect the lens (depends on camera model)

6.Sturdy tripod for sharper image or to avoid camera-shake

7.Cable or remote release to use when your camera is on the tripod (depends on camera model)

8.Dust blower and cleaning cloth to keep your equipment clean

9.LCD screen protector plastic

10.Silica gel to keep your equipment from having fungus due to humidity

11.Camera bag to carry your equipment

12.A book on Digital Photography (good coverage on technical aspects of Input-Process-Output)


Note:

1.The equipment will be used throughout BETA studies as well as for the majoring
(Gamma and Delta) later on

2.Try to borrow from your parents/relatives OR

3.Look for good second hand equipment OR

4.If you have to buy brand new, go in a group so that you can get a better price

5.Everything has to be ready by Week 4


me with elly's fz20:nonie's artwork:


on the orientation closing nite wit our so called batik shirt...eeewwww


me and the budak kecik@nonie

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