My new camera’s first “decent” photo

I know my readers have been on tenterhooks about my camera.  It’s here and I’ve been using it today.  There’s no end of extraneous and worthless photos that you’ll be seeing.

The camera is a Sony 8.1 megapixel Cybershot DSC-T100.  With 4 gigabytes of memory.  Under maximum resolution, it tells me I can take about 1,200 photos before having to clear the memory.  I don’t plan on that many extraneous photos.

Anyway, in celebration of the camera’s first “real” use (I tested it indoors after first getting it), here’s the one building we all know:  the Chrysler Building.  I blew the first shot, so here’s the second.

The Chrysler Building from 2nd Avenue

It seems a hair better than my $20 camera.  That one has been retired to the “drawer of fame”.


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One Comment on “My new camera’s first “decent” photo”

  1. Mr Farty Says:

    Nice photo. I used to think the Chrysler building was the Empire State, after all it’s much prettier.

    Theo sent me. And Michele sent me to him.

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