Saturday, September 8, 2007

Casio Exilim Pro

If there's anything I'd constantly tag along my travels, its my Casio Exilim Pro (they're not paying me for this, by the way; ) It was my first extravagant purchase last 2005- priced at around Php 21,000. I prayed it would be a wise purchase, since my hard-earned cash savings took a big hit.
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Two years later, I confirmed that it was indeed worth every penny. I won't go over the technical mumbo-jumbo, but if you do want to check it out you can click here. I'm obviously an amateur since I never really studied photography, but nevertheless I remain a devotee. This compact camera offer manual controls- you can tweak ISO sensitivity, sharpness, saturation, and metering modes. Up to now, I still have not fully explored what it can do.
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What amazes me the most is its durability. Picture this: I'm rapelling down a cave in Sagada, and my Casio gets slammed periodically in the rocks. Clunk! Clunk! Clunk! A few minutes later, I take pictures of the stalactite formations effortlessly. One time, I fell of a banca in Marabut. The cam was inside my backpack which was strapped to my back, as soon as I saw sand I hopped of the banca and.. splash! I was in waist-deep water and my backpack took a dive. Good thing the case I bought was water-resistant and though it was damp, my camera was still functioning. Up the mountains, down rivers, and every imaginable terrain- here's to two years of great photographs.
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I've captured lots of moments, thanks to this baby (My Casio). And now I get to watch this baby (my nephew Gavin) grow up. Sagada
The Virgin Mother in Pasig Church
Guiuan
Nanay's 81st birthday
Marabut
At 30,000 feet
Here he is..

8 comments:

pepe M. said...

adorable nephew there!...yu have a knack in photography honey :)...awesome pics...

pepe

Phoenix said...

@ pepe: really cute and adorable ; ) he looks like my brother

Beejing said...

Thad,

Perpetual Traveler.
Perpetual Photos.

Same here, I always make it a point to bring my Canon Ixus i. One of my best companions, other than my phone of course. :D . Keep those photos coming...

JOSH said...

i dont know much also on cameras and photoshoots (dats y my only digital camera is my 2pix N70, hehehe)but i believe dat u got one good investment here thadie! Nice pix, all of it! :) (dats d one i saw you with when u were here in mla ryt?)

Phoenix said...

@ beejing: I wanted a canon cam pero mas mahal ata ; )but the lens of the exilim pro is canon so i guess ok na din

@ josh: yup, yun yon = ) mabuti nga wala pang kalawang LOL!

chase said...

i've always wanted to learn photography..
but i don't have a camera. heheheh
i want to but those SLR thingys.
but its kinda expensive..
mag ssave muna me..

i love the pics

Phoenix said...

@chase: kung may pera din ako pag-iipunan ko ang digital slr cam.. nag start sa 50k ata yun e ; ) 50 years din !hehe

chase said...

hahahahah... ganun ba.. thats the cheapest they got?
wow, ang cheap talaga ahh.
mag double time ako sa pag eescort service nito. hahahah

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