For the past year I have been having this kind of relationship. No, no, no, not with my future mister, but with Cameron. Who's Cameron? On good days where everything seems to be going well, I call my love Camy, on other days when things seem like everything is going wrong I call him Cameron. Who is Cameron? Ladies and gents, I'd like to introduce you all to Cameron:
Oh Cameron is my camera! Hehehehe. I bought Cameron last year when I was in the U.S. Cameron and I have been together for a little over a year. We've had a lot of good times together. We traveled together, laughed together, hung out together, ate together.
Though we've had a lot of good times together, I must admit that we've also had tons of bad times as well. These were the times when only 3 out of the 50 pictures that I took turned out okay, everything else was blurry. These were also the times when I was so busy trying to figure out setting just so the picture would turn out pretty and I ended up disappointed because the whole moment just passed by. These were also the moments when all my friends lips started quivering because I kept trying to snap tons and tons of pictures, making them pose the same way just to check which setting worked best. Camy and I have traveled high and low together. Camy sat well behaved in my bag, but unfortunately I realized that Camy was just way too heavy, to the point where my shoulder started to hurt and my scoliosis was really starting to suffer. So I had to ditch Camy and rely on the camera from my cellphone. Honestly, the main reason I wanna say goodbye to Camy is mainly because I can't seem to figure out how the ISO's, Apperture, and Speed work together. I have been doing my homework and researched on all that, I do get what they are for, but I just can't seem to find the perfect combination. I hate having to try every single knob and combination just to see if the picture is not too dark or not too bright. The other major reason is because of its size. It is just way too heavy.
So I've been thinking, maybe I should sell Cammy and get a smaller camera. I heard CanonS100 is a pretty good choice. The size is small but it gives you the same quality photos as that of a DSLR. Hmmmm....
What do you guys think? Is my Camy worth keeping and getting to know more? Or is it time that I get out of this love/hate relationship and say hello to CanonS100?