Saturday, February 21, 2009

SONY And A Signal

I finally got my digital camera! Man I am super excited! It happened about two weeks back. I was dying to get one since a very very long time, so as soon as my dad landed here in Delhi, I dragged him to the nearest Sony showroom. (The model is W210 and cost me close to 13k rupees. That's a pretty decent price for a 12.1 megapixel resolution, 4x optical zoom and 2 GB memory card! For more information, click here. I got the one in black.)





I clicked this pic when I was waiting at the infamous Dabri crossing. Nothing special, but since I love trees and I love silhouettes, I passed a few seconds of my boring wait peacefully.


The driver kept honking even though the signal was red.
(Dabri)


Interesting criss-cross of lines.
(Opposite Godhuli Old Age Home, Dwarka)


Atleast she's drinking DJB water.
(Opposite Godhuli Old Age Home, Dwarka)

(click on the pics to enlarge them)

8 comments:

  1. 12 megapixels? Wowsers. My ol' camera is rockin' at 7 pixels...12 gives you such an amazing clarity!

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  2. Congrats... hmmm.... I can expect colourful posts from Rima hereonwards.......

    These tools really make wonder, when u extend your imagination and creativity. Best of luck.......



    P.S. : I too feel, this gadget is for a pro. But may be u can become one.

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  3. oh no razigan. the model is very very very VERY basic. i am just waiting to learn a little more about the finer details of photography. then in a few years time there will be a dslr hanging from my neck and not a simple digital camera :)

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  4. I know precisely nothing much about cameras...but you manage to make the sky look lovely in your pictures...and thanks for the visit on my blog, I'm very verry flattered.
    *blushes

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  5. thanks to you too jasjyot! :D

    i plan to post more photos in the future.

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  6. all these pic reminded me the time when i used to pic n drop u home honey.

    missing u a lot
    i luv u a lot

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Please dont mince your words!