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Tuesday, December 15, 2009


     I love snapping photos. I appreciate good photos. What is a good photo? Good photos speak on its own. No need a pile mile explanation accompaning it. Only a short and sweet caption is enough. I'll upload photos of my favourite when I feel like to do so...laterrr... ehehehheeh
     To snap photos, what do you need? Gooodddd, class.... a camera!!! I remember my first camera, a Yashica. It was bought in late 90-ties and operated with two AA batteries. It used a roll-film which should be saved and thriftied if your friend as for it!! hahahah... model... couldn't remember.... but the most vulnerable memory is, I bought it with  Wataniah's allowance which is my own money!! (from Wataniah allowance as well, I bought a Casio watch).... I think i used the camera for several years until it malfunctioned due to always dropped on hard floor. So sad!! But truly, it served me well... I don't have its photo but I have snapped the second camera that we bought loonggggg after I 'lost' that Yashica.... "Yashica, you are always on my mind!"

     The 2nd. camera had a story behind the purchase of it. Actually, after the 'lost' of the Yashica; I was so frustrated  & decided to be a 'widow' without any presence of a camera ( ala2 patah hati laaa neh ). I think it was 4-5 years indeed. Until I got married ( no longer a widow w/o married....eheheh) and have my son. For my son, i decided to snap his photos from he was born until he grow up. So, everytime on his birthday; I'll snap photos then I'll put in his particular album so that he, ourselves & other ppl can see his growth. On his first birthday, I was worried as I didn't have any camera & also couldn't afford one. My generous hub worked very hard by searching cheapest camera in town. Alhamdulillah, we were in PP then so he managed to get a rm45 camera bought using the credit card. OK, I thought the photos will be good despite its price. But, after we took the photos from the shop, I felt like crying... the photos were all blurrrrrr!!! But not that we can't see them, they were just not that clear.... During my son's annual show that night, I saw one boy using the same camera & this memory came to my mind.... looking to my latest 'baby' camera now, I feel so thankful... "Alhamdulillah!! Bersyukurku pd Allah Rabbul Jallil".

     The third camera we had is a Grandvision. The model.... you see 4 yourself... I'm lazy of remembering not-so-benefitial numbers....ahahahahha.... This one use memory card, no longer roll-film, advanced a bit lah!! hehehehhe... I think i woul not 'usher' another camera after this one but it happened the other way round. Why? Because this GV works well under enough rays only but not at night. If you feel like using in a hall or any dark area, just go back to sleep lah. Also, it doesn't has anti-shock so if you are nervous & shivering type, say 'babai' to use this camera. Only myself & my hub know how to' tame' it & we might end up fighting with other 'uncertified photographer' who actually; in the beginning helping us snapping our photos! Gila kan? hahahahhaha.... Anywy, take a glance of this GV camera which served me even not that well.....ehehehhehe


     The latest 'baby'.... aiyahhh!! You guys see in my previous entry lah... Even only the same model not the actual mine, it's enough for now. When i buy 'something' that can snap it, I'll publish it here.... ok? ehehehh... Till then, chiouuuu!!!

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