However, it's time for me and the not-so-CoolPix to bid farewell. Her picture quality has become awful (or maybe it has been all along, and I am now just noticing), and even with a new battery, the shutter speed is too slow to photograph a statue and takes about 6 seconds to recoop after taking a photo. I am mortified if anyone else has to use it to take a picture, as I am constantly saying, "It's super-slow. I'm sorry. I need a new camera."
Friday, August 20, 2010
1, 2, 3, chee...4, 5, 6, 7, CHEESE!
When Mr. C and I got married 4 years ago, one of our first purchases as newlyweds was a camera. We hadn't quite made it to the digital age yet, and with an upcoming honeymoon, we needed to arrive in the 21st century. We weren't very picky about our point-and-shoot purchase - I just asked for at least 5.0 megapixels (it seemed like a lot back then, okay?!) and something small enough to put in a pocket. Off we went to a local store with our wedding gift certificate, and purchased our little Nikon CoolPix L3. Fabulous Followers, meet the L3: