Replacing the Canon D10

I’m getting frustrated with all the photos in my IPHOTO window, every single image is washed out and nasty so its high time to replace the trusty D10, also known as “the childs toy”.  The D10 is great for a shop like ours (or a child toy box) because it can handle a nasty shock from being banged or dropped and it’s waterproof. I had so much fun to taking photos and videos of people underwater with their hair floating around in the artsy looking natural sepia tone of the river water. The D10 is a great camera and it won’t be tossed, it’ll just be downgraded for non glamorous work on dirty projects.

It smokes when the flash goes off, there are paint drips on the body and the lens has some welding spatter baked in, she-is-the Power Shot! No retractable lens to get jammed up with metal shavings, rugged body, she’s a good ‘ol girl.

For more glamorous shots I will use my new CANON G10! It isn’t a child’s toy. It is just what I was looking for, not a highbrow SLR but a super high tech point and shoot. It takes good video and amazing photographs, I’m really happy with it.

I don’t have many name brand loyalties, I think the Supermarket brand Oreo’s are better than Nabisco OREO’s and think pencils with my name on them are better than Dixon Ticonderoga but I must have Canon cameras.

Green Iron bridge 1908

Green Iron bridge 1908

Bridge in VT 1908

Bridge in VT 1908

Canon D10 Powershot

Canon D10 Powershot

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