All good things must come to an end

CalmRegular readers will know that I’ve been borrowing a Canon 100D DSLR from Canon-Ireland over the last few weeks.  Sadly I got the call I’d been dreading today and the camera has to go back 😦 I knew it was going to happen sometime but I really will miss this wonderful little camera. 

MundyIt’s the first time I’ve had a DSLR and I always said I couldn’t really see the point as I was happy with my Fuji bridge camera, I’m now firmly converted to DSLR’s now.  The 100D is so versatile and I was happy using it in all different conditions for all different kinds of shots.

Queen BeeI hope this blog post will give you an idea of how good a camera it really is. It’s also the smallest and lightest DSLR on the market, which suited me wonderfully as I never leave the house with a camera.

Ulster BankThe camera is great with every situation. It’s an 18 megapixel camera so the first one I’ve had where I haven’t had to bump the pixels up.

BoatsI’ve taken so many photos with it, it’s hard to pick ones for the blog post.

RocketThe only thing I would have liked the camera to have (and this is very minor) is a lens cap tether, because I kept forgetting where I’d put the lens cap.

IMG_2344The camera also takes movies but I was so busy taking photos with it I didn’t get to try the movie setting.

BenbulbenThank you so much to Canon-Ireland for lending me this wonderful camera. I highly recommend it and if I had the money I would buy it.




13 thoughts on “All good things must come to an end

  1. chillibasket says:

    The quality difference between a DSLR and a normal compact really is amazing; but yet I managed taking some of my best pictures using a camcorder! 🙂 The prices for DSLRs have really come down in the last while, so maybe it is worth a look to buy one…

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