It must have bothered me. Not enough to act immediately, but I’ve felt compelled lately to right a wrong that occurred some 10 years ago.
I really liked it. Was getting a lot of use out of it, too. I even took it to Omaha, Nebraska. Walked all over town with it while attending a conference for the university. Got amazing results with it. I absolutely loved the user-interface and menu system. Check out the specs on DPReview…
And then one day after work I was getting out of the truck and I dropped it. It wasn’t the first time that had happened. It was the third. And final.
It came with one strap lug and a hand strap. Not my favorite set-up. I’ll never be a fan of that configuration.
I absolutely loved the user-interface and menu system.
Over the years, I’d occasionally scour eBay to see if anyone was selling theirs. In early November I finally found one in near mint condition for an extremely reasonable price. $66, including shipping.
When it arrived, I spent a couple of days reacquainting myself. Played with all the settings and took a bunch of meaningless pictures that eventually got deleted.
It was one of three cameras I used yesterday while on a photo stroll near the Texas State Capitol in Austin. PhotowalksATX. Great gang of folk.
I purposely set it to black and white and ISO 1600, and off I went…