Wednesday, January 22

Upgrading your Camera Lens and learn about airturn

I owned a black Olympus pen1 interchangeable camera for over 2 years now. I have the best deal on the market when I upgraded my camera from Canon. I decided to upgrade in order to have better photography features, which it did. I don’t like those DLSR since they are way too big and I’m not planning on bringing such heavy devices during our trips. I assumed that Olympus Pen1 is just perfect; besides one, more factors why I purchased the camera is I have to upgrade the lens. I am not a PRO, however; I would like to capture photos of the family with different and great resolutions.

photo not mine


The time has come that I would like to upgrade my camera lens, but because it is very expensive; I have to search for more options. I don’t like to get a brand new, although I can trade my lens now to stick with a higher mm capacity would be a great way to not stock of having too much lenses at home.
I’ve searched on Amazon and Ebay, but they are still way too expensive even the second hand. After hours of searching, I came across to a exceptional airturn at musicians friend which draws my interest on how this thing works. What it is used for, so I read and learn. Glad that I’ve been seeking for a device, which leads me to learn something new. 

6 comments:

  1. I love photography. I currently have a Nikon D40 but would love to upgrade it soon. Lenses are expensive, even more than the body. But they are worth it since it is the lens that makes the photo, not the camera body.

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  2. i want a new camera that takes better photos for me to upload to my blog

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  3. My very first camera is an olympus, still works till this day but I don't like the batter part.

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  4. I wish I have a better camera. I have a Nikon D3000 which is almost 5 years old now. I still love this camera but wishes for a new one.:)

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  5. That is my goal, to buy a new camera. I am searching for a good one but not so expensive. My digital camera has been in service for 5 years and it has to retire soon as it is not doing a good job

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  6. Interesting! I have Nikon 5100, I would love to upgrade my lens too if I have the money.

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