Lumix, Models and My first photographs…

By | October 11, 2007

Having purchased a new camera, I was honored to take pictures of my first model… At least, he sat still during the session.


OK. Yes, it’s ‘Orange Bear’… OK. It’s difficult to find good models at 1:00am. But I would like to share my first photograph with my readership!

Orange Bear

On a more serious note, I’ve found a good review of the Lumix I bought. It says a lot of interesting things:

Plus points: Good wide angle lens, small form, don’t need to reset the time every time I change the battery (bad, Kokak, BAD!). Overall, its interface is much quicker to get to know than my previous cameras, and some of the quirks of the Kodak are gone: themes (who cares!), sound themes (why?), and it starts *very* fast and quietly.

I haven’t found any negative points yet, but I’m sure I will. No camera will be perfect.

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4 thoughts on “Lumix, Models and My first photographs…

  1. Lisa

    I bought the Lumix DMC-LZ7 back in August, and I absolutely love it. It’s a secondary camera for when I need something small to toss into my purse, as I’m a devoted user of a Minolta DSLR. The Lumix takes excellent pics…the only drawback is the camera takes a bit to recharge itself after using the flash.

  2. Kenneth Post author

    Yes, it’s a great camera. I’m sorry to say it’s just so much more polished than the Kodak I had, but that was two years ago that I bought it. 2 years seems a long time in mobile phones and cameras.

    sharper pictures, superfast start up times, steady pictures, I’ve got lots of photos that I’m going to post in the next few days from Taiwan’s Night Markets… and all the little businesses that go on there.


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