Didn't Really Have Much

Written by Ian Aleksander Adams on July 25, 2005
Arranged by Quinn Maubach on December 25, 2012
Published in Issue 004

didn't really have much time. (to fool with it.) i'm sort of low. on
energy, as well. basically, took it out of the boxes. before i even
got home, tested everything. (to make sure it worked and played.)

with the burst fire settings, a bit. (and took a few snapshots well.)
i consider them such since i didn't have my lightmeter. and spent no
time. (setting up or anything.) here's hannah.

that's the smallest. i could get it, pretty much. i'm working on
figuring out how to animate.

(these without having.)

amazingly huge. file sizes the starting. images were shot. (on the
lowest setting.) but are still huge files if taken?

on a total basis, versus individually, the quality is really nice,
though. i can see this thing.

being a factory, i'm pretty pleased with the quality. so far, the
above was taken. (and taste composition issues aside.) the image
quality seems like it would make it easy.

very nice and possibly even larger. i'm sure when shooting. in studio,
it could be even better. (sure, it's nothing.) like working with the
high cost equipment, i've been used. (to now. but it's certainly "a
nice bang for your buck".)

since this is really sort of a more fun (camera), the only lens i got
with it so far is the lens. that came with the alternative. (kit.) i'm
eyeing this other lens, and i think: id.

probably stop. there, for a while. (considering.) this is my secondary
system. any major lens recommendations? i'm going to spend the next
couple weeks making sure.

i know this camera inside out. (and working with it. a bit. for more.)

(studio type stuff.) it will probably end up getting most of its use
for event work. but i think it's probably more cost effective than
polaroids. (for studio work.)