Another work of the River at Hampton Court, not bad for a lens (M.Zuiko 9-18 mm) that gets such mixed reviews especially when I picked up one second hand at half price 🙂
Most of my cameras over the years have been made by Olympus but I’ve also owned both Canon film and digital cameras before eventually returning to the Olympus fold a few years back. One camera that I’ve used time and again though is my Canon Powershot G-10. This camera is a gem, really nice solid brick of a metal body that feels like one is holding a camera with good ergonomics , all the usual modes and controls such as ISO, exposure compensation, built in flash, 14.7 megapixels, RAW, self timer, good battery life and more. Most of the shots of equipment that have appeared on my blog have been taken with this camera. It’s a great backup camera and I’ll be packing it for my next trip. Seen here fitted to my small Manfrotto Pixie tripod.
A few shots taken with this camera –
Edit: for those interested I found this review video from a guy who’d owned one for ten year, I’ve owned my one for longer than this. :
For a change, a straightforward shot of a man walking his dog down the footpath on the river at Hampton Court taken with my new M.Zuiko 9-18 mm lens, this lens is definitely a keeper. 🙂 Carpe diem! 🙂 . I’ve seen reviews that state that this lens is soft in the corners, well, if it is, I for one can live with it. 🙂