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My first camera
My first camera
Explore: Jun 4, 2008 #416. Bought at Heathrow Airport while going on a Cambridge University research trip to India (my first and last visit). Below is an extract from my diary of the time. Memories:-) “Monday, February 14, 1983: Left Finsbury Park [where I was staying overnight with friends] at around 6.45 am and reached Heathrow Airport by tube around 8.00 am. The flight to India was at 9.30 am. It was delayed until 11.30 am because of bad weather in the States. I was flying to the East, while the States is to the West (or was the last time I looked at the map). I bought a camera at the Heathrow off-duty shop: Pentax ME Super, ? 129. Essential for this Indian trip as I probably won’t get another free chance to visit again. Arrived in Delhi at 3.10 am (Indian time). Strange how one moment a person is in one place and after a short time later one is at quite a different place. No Problem with flight or at Delhi airport. Walked straight out, got on an airport bus and booked into the Asian International hotel for 180 rupees a day. Slept till 10.00 am, refreshed and went out immediately to visit the Jamia Masjid and Lal Qila (Red Fort complex).”
The adventures of Suzanne in India
The adventures of Suzanne in India
This trip to India has presented a number of challenges: my beloved G9 died (the on/off switch doesn't work anymore); my work laptop went haywired and I now get minimal functionality from it (can't access my encrypted work files or any of the systems on the Canadian servers); and, I forgot my IPod in the plane when I got to Hyderabad. As my camera died early on in the trip, I went out and bought a small & cheap Nikon Coolpix though I am not very happy with it yet...I don't seem to be able to get pictures that have the focus in the right place. Probably due more to the operator of the camera than the camera itself but it is annoying when looking at the pictures taken during the day and finding that a number of them aren't sharp at all. Hopefully, I will have better success today. This self-portrait with my new camera was taken last night in the mirror beside the work desk in my room. P.S. Changed a few settings on the camera and it seems to have done the tricks...have taken a number of pictures this morning and they are all in focus...Yuppie!

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