-･- From My Everyday Life to Japanese Culture -･- Why don't you see the real Japan, not the typical foreigners' version.
Yodobashi Camera (ヨドバシカメラ) opened its first camera store in Shinjuku in 1960. Now it has 20 urban-type stores selling electronic products in Japan.
I stopped at the Shinjuku store to get a computer program yesterday.
I used to go to the store frequently when I did a photo shoot. I shot on reversal films using a Nikon F4, an autofocus single lens reflex camera. I'm not saying that I was a camera maniac. I worked with a company in the photo equipment industry at that time. A person who doesn’t know the products and how to use them never win a manufacture's trust, so I was trying to do it properly or sort of properly.
Times have changed.
I’m not step with a digital camera. I’m using a digital compact camera that is a hand-me-down from my friend. The camera is nice though its effective pixels and highest sensitivity are less than half compared to the current standards.
I do not blame my poor picture on the tool. However, because I‘m taking a photo again for the blog, I start thinking I would like to have a new one that is high spec and compact.
I planned to test the camera I’m looking at in the store, but I couldn’t because another person took it his hands all the while I was on the digital camera floor.
Well…first, I’m going to try to fully utilize my camera for a while.
I forget how to take a nice picture. |||(-_-；)|||Oh, no!