The other day, I broke my camera. Dropped it. It was beyond fixing. Hubster gave me one of his old ones, but I found it to be clunky. So, yesterday, I went to B&H and bought a new camera.
I came home with a very cute Canon PowerShot SD980. (But not that cute--I got a silver one--not a pink or blue one.) Since I'm not one to fiddle with or fuss over shutter speed and ISO and depth of field, a point and shoot is fine with me!
But how is it? Being that most of my photography involves yarn, I've been taking test shots with it.
Does it photograph WIPs?
What will a skein of yarn look like?
How about a swatch and ball of yarn?
Can I get a good close-up of the swatch?
How about a FO? (This is a little crocheted lapghan that was in one of my Aunt Ellie's boxes.)
I'm happy! I'd say this new camera works just fine!