Mar 01

Recently I realize zooming on baby can make it looks thinner or fatter. Shooting photo using 18 mm focal length makes baby looks thinner while using 55 mm focal length makes baby looks fatter. 35 mm focal length in D60 gives the actual perspective of our eyes.

So if you want to make a person looks thinner, zoom out using wide angle to shoot it. If you want to make a person looks fatter, zoom in using telephoto to shoot it. For baby photo, I always use 35 mm focal length.

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Feb 28

I know. I know…

This is an unfair comparison. D60 surely beats FX36 hands down in photo quality. But this is what I want to know. How much better D60 is. I assume dSLR produces far better photo quality compared to Point and Shoot camera. So let’s see how much better it is.

First shot, noodles…

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Feb 28
FX36 shooting D60

Nikon D60 unbox - photo taken by FX36

That’s it! I’ve bought the Nikon D60 dSLR yesterday. Thanks to my sister for helping me to get a good price on this. The package includes:

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Feb 27
FX36 - Compact and easy to use

FX36 - Compact and easy to use

A year ago, I bought a Panasonic FX36 point and shoot digital camera for my wife’s birthday present. This replaced her old and sluggish Olympus digital camera.

At first, I was thinking of buying an entry level digital SLR for her. But the operation complexity and bulkiness of dSLR didn’t suit her. So I opted for point and shoot digital camera instead for operation simplicity and compact size.

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