I looked around and considered buying a Nikkon 3200, but found that even though it shoots in RAW, it can't easily be imported with Adobe Lightroom 6. Then the Blogger suggested I should buy a Canon so I can use her lenses. Great thought. So off I trundled to the local Camera House where I got a very good deal on a mid-range Canon DSLR, the 750D, @24 Mega Pixel. and a 18 - 135mm zoom lens thrown in as well as a tripod. We already have a few other lenses I can now use.
|My new Canon 750D|
So, as we headed off to Bribe Island for a few days, I had a chance to try out my new toy.
This is a panorama view from our balcony on the 5th floor. Five pictures stitched together in Lightroom 6.
One morning we went for a walk along the beachfront. The Blogger, Mary and myself.
|Mary and the Blogger|
|Sunrise over the Pacific|
At one stage, a cruise ship sailed by. I captured it holding the camera on the railing, even though it was way out in the distance.
|A P&O Cruise ship passed by - 1/30 - f:6.4|
|Ornament 1/15 - f:5.6|
|Island Lagoon - 2/200 - f:3.3|
|The moon after sunset - 1/125 - f:6.3|
And finally on the way home we stopped at Bongaree where I shot this Panorama over the Pumistone Passage.
I am very happy with the Canon 750D.