The Kodak is Gone

My Kodak 3600 DX served me well. That 2.2 Megapixel camera was my first digital camera and I took many great shots with it. Some of my favorites are:

Kodak Shot from Empire State Building

Another Kodak Empire State Buliding Shot

Kodak Penguins

Kodak Turtles

NYC Wide Angle Shot

But it was time for me to finally upgrade to a camera with sufficient resolution, but which I could carry in my pocket. My Fujifilm Finepix S7000 is a great camera, but extremely bulky. It was a little annoying at Disney to have that huge thing with me. So today I bought a Fujifilm Finepix A345. It’s a 4.0 Megapixel camera. Yes, they have 5 Megapixel point and shoot cameras, but as I tell everyone, unless you plan to blow the pictures up to 16 x 20, a 3 MP camera is enough. So I wanted to give myself the lattitude to be able to do creative things with this camera, but without going overboard. My S7000 is now for planned shots that I want at the best quality. The camera is a little heavy to walk around with everywhere and since 11 Sept 2001, police don’t like people coming into places with bags. So I will have the A345 in my pocket for any shot that comes up and for those fun little shots that you can’t capture on the big boys. I’ll miss my Kodak, as it ushered me into this era, but I think I will really love the A345. And today, being the end of the year, seemed to be the perfect time to get the new guy.

Author: Eric Mesa

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2 thoughts on “The Kodak is Gone”

  1. *Jaw drops* Wow, them’s some pretty professional looking shots! I guess I never noticed your photography work before! The link was there all along, I just never clicked it. (Usually I see “photo” on a blog and think: “Polaroids of my truck.”)

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