The best camera is the one we got | zen master sculpture, sheung wan

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Tell by many pros and experienced avid photographers. It doesn’t really matter what equipment you got, we can get the best possible snap with your skill, reflection on the objects/event to produce meaningful photos. It’s so true. That prevented me from spending a dime on another camera just yet.

The latest announcement from Fuji – The new Fujifilm X-Pro1 compact interchangeable lens system camera is so attractive..the price is doubled of many current m43 cameras. And the lenses are likely to be priced at my Leica Summilux f1.4 lens. The total control/customization and hybrid rangefinder style viewfinder are what appealing to me the most. The styling to be honest, don’t find it too appealing. I’d like to see more metallic colors other than the whole thing in black.

This zen master tells us to stay calm despite all the difficult circumstances (where it’s situated – between commercial buildings, a tight confined area), and you’ll overcome one day like him. I think that’s the meaning behind this…yea..something like that..the zen thing requires understanding from within. It’s deep..

My Samsung Galaxy S2 had been producing great lomo photographs since my last few business trip to Macao. The RetroCam app is the only free lomo app that capable of giving me useable quality of 8 mega px from the built-in camera. I must say shooting with Black and White with it is hella fun. The only limitation is great only when there’s daylight. The lack of control/adjustment hinder me from getting the right exposure in difficult light situation.

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