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I Updated my ‘Cameras’ Page

 Added camera’s past

Just a quick heads up… I have updated my camera’s page. It has a list of cameras that I am using, or have used in the past, I guess you can call them reviews, but I like to just call it giving you my opinion. I will add more info as time goes on so it’s a good time to check back every now and then to see if anything has changed!

Here is the link to the page about my Cameras

Todays iCandy – The Twisted Tree

I found this tree in the gardens surrounding Government house in Sydney. I just loved the way it was all ‘twisted’… It seemed to have grown into two trees and was huge… the sun was just poking through the leaves but the canopy on this tree was thick… making it the perfect shady spot on a warm day!

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Government House

The new Nikon D4

Nikon have released a new professional full frame DSLR. The D4 is a 16mp Full Frame camera with a huge ISO range (100 to 12800), and from the reports I have heard (from the few people that have been lucky to get their D4 first) the D4 is a fantastic camera. One of the questions the critics have been asking is why just 16mp? Yet it is the modest pixel count that is going to keep the pro’s happy, as the D4 can achieve 10fps with no strings attached and can do this in a wide range of shooting conditions. You will need around $6000 and some patience to get yourself one of these bad boys! Great for journalistic and sports photographers where 10 fps will help capture the money shots.

the daily pic – Government House

I was in the city wandering around taking pics one morning and decided to see if I could get a photo of Government house. Unfortunately the gate was locked and so I had to shoot through the fence. I am planning to head back here some time soon, as admission is free and it is said that inside is well worth checking out.

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