Saturday, November 05, 2011

Snapshot Saturday

Yesterday I got done working at 1:30, so I went to the nearest beach. I took these pictures. The bottom one is a panorama I made. It is more than 180 degrees I'm going to try more of these panoramas, I think they're pretty cool don't you? They look like they were taken on a tiny island! The top one is just looking down the beach, the bottom one is the panorama.
Please click to enlarge my panorama!!
ON a sour note, I started having problems with my new camera, the Nikon S9100. It froze up. I turned it on, the lens came out and display came on, but none of the controls would work. I couldn't even turn it off. I had to take the battery out. When I got home, it started working again, but now I don't trust the camera.
I looked on the internet and there's a lot of people complaining about this. How can this be? I did a search and researched this camera before I bought it. It was five stars everywhere, number two on the top 10 for 2011. Now after I buy it, I look again and see it is rated poorly, with tons of complaints about the same thing. I'm thinking about selling it and trying to find yet another new camera.

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3 Comments:

Blogger YELLOWDOG GRANNY said...

the panorama picture is amazing..but then so is the other one..dang..camera trouble already?..that sucks.

November 05, 2011 10:53 AM  
Blogger Penelope Marzec said...

The panorama photo is awesome. Just what I need for inspiration. My hero and heroine are marooned on an island. :^)

November 05, 2011 11:02 AM  
Blogger Shrinky said...

I DID click to enlarge, and was well rewarded for it. So sorry to hear of your camera woes, I fell foul of that myself once, in the worst way possible.. A few years back, the Cannon 350D had rave reviews, and I invested heavily in it (zoom lens, the works), before taking it on Safari, to Africa. Yup, it froze. I would've happily traded it in for a the naffest compact at the time - proper heartbroken was I!! Hope your dealer is able to sort out the problem soon.

November 05, 2011 2:35 PM  

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