Tuesday, May 20, 2008

BLOG CHALLENGE #4 - Click!

Every scrapbooker has a camera right? So its your turn to tell us about yours. What do you love? What do you hate? Would you buy the same one again? Which model is on your wish list?

This Blog Challenge Sponsor is My Camera Couture, a local company that makes beautiful and funky camera straps. Here's a sample:



Post in the comments below and tell us about your camera! We'll draw randomly from all participants and the winner will receive a free strap of their choice. Sound good? We thought so!

Posting deadline is Saturday, May 24 at 9pm PST. The winner will be announced Monday, May 26. One entry per person please.

www.bccropforkids.ca

20 comments:

Nancy said...

I have two. An older Cannon Powershot, very small, that my son now uses and I use the Cannon Powershot S2IS. I like it cause it has a great zoom (12x) however I want to move up to a Cannon Rebel. Saw the latest one at Future Shop on the weekend. It is on my wishlist and would it ever look great with a fancy strap!

Anonymous said...

I am on my 2nd Canon Power Shot
SD1000 (other one was a SD750)
LOVE IT ! It's as big as a cell phone so i can put it in my pocket !
~Suzann H

julebear said...

I use a Canon Powershot 75. It was my first digital camera and I bought it when my son graduated, 3 years ago. Digital is fantastic because you can make such a difference in the quality of your pictures. I like to crop on the picture, so this means I have to trim less when I'm scrapping, saving time and closing in on the person or feature. I bought a Rebel with an extra zoom lens in January and have taken one course. I really don't know the capabilities of this camera, but I'm looking forward to finding out. The next camera I want is a smaller Canon, as the P75 is heavy!

Noreen Smith said...

I have a Canon Powershot SD300Digital Elph...I love that it is so small and lightweght, but sometimes I miss having a lot of options/functions available to me. The "kids/pets" setting does work well for capturing action shots, but the "portrait" setting is just OK. I too would like to move up to the Canon digital Rebel! Either one would look great with a fancy new strap though!!!

WendyG said...

I have the Nikon D70 and LOVE it to bits!! Not planning on upgrading but am looking into a few more lenses....and I have one of these straps....it ROCKS... but a girl can always have two....right?....lol

Sandra @ The Memory Workshop said...

I have a Canon PowerShot S5IS. It does alot for a point & shoot. I don't need any more that that :)

{t} said...

I have 3, one that I keep as a spare.

My main camera is a Canon Rebel with a few lenses for fun.
My purse camera is a Canon 710IS.

Jodi said...

I have a Konica/Minolta which I love. Would like to upgrade to a dslr-but haven't quite figured out how to use all of my features-so have to wait for that.
Hopefully will learn a bit on my class this weekend.
These straps are SO AWESOME!!!!!

Lois (katesmum) said...

I have a Canon SD1000 camera...it is so light and the buttons are a good size for my clumsy fingers. I love how I can just shove it into a pocket and take it anywhere. The photos are great and I can shoot up close and get a really great shot. This is my second little Canon... I think I wore the other one out! We go out on 'photo shoot' days together - my husband and I - he has a bigger camera but we have found that bigger is not better when you are walking and stumbling over things!

Erica said...

I have an Olympus E-510 digiSLR. I love it, the best feature which other digiSLRs don't have is the live view LCD screen. I have a couple of lens and my biggest problem is not having an external flash for it.

I do wish I had a pocket camera too as I sometimes hate having to haul a big camera (it gets heavy). I fell in love with another pocket Olympus that can go in the water, but it's a quality digital, just can't remember the model.

Anonymous said...

I have a Canon G7 and a Canon Rebel XTi, both take great pictures

Colleen (POC0)

Marnie said...

I .have 3. My last one is a Sony T200 and is great.fits great into pocket or purse it has a huge screen os is easy to view and all controls are touch screen
I also have a Sony W7 along with an underwaer housing that lets my daughter take it diving.
The last one is a Sony 828. Next best thing to digital SLR.
Which brings me to my DREAM camera. A Canon F5.

Corry said...

I have a Canon rebel XTi that i love love, just got the 50mm lens and it rocks, my old digi cam is a fuji S5000 and it takes awesome macro shots so i use it for all my layout/project pictures.

Mickey T. said...

Love my Canon Rebel and am almost starting to want a new one! as I like the view finder on the new one! But! My favorite lens pleases me the most about my camera now. Your straps are awesome and would love to win one!!!

Denise said...

I have two .. one tiny purse-sized camera that goes with me everywhere, and a Canon Rebel XTi which my dh bought me for Christmas. I'm hoping to add to my accessories (lenses and such) so a new strap would certainly be a great place to start.

scrapshe said...

I have a Fujifilm S700. I love it for what I can afford. It has a super optical zoom lens. The only downfall is it is heavy and boy, one of those straps would be awesome.

I sure don't know what I did before digital as I love taking lots of pictures, downloading them , editing them and printing them in whatever size I want for scrapbooking.

Sheryl Cote

Rosalie said...

I have a Canon Rebel and love it!! still learning how to use a SLR, so different from a regular point and shoot :o) Camera strap that came with it is too boring, would love to win a strap from Andrea, they are awesome!!

Anonymous said...

I have a Canon Rebel XTI and I LOVE it! Just wish I know how to use all the fancy features! I also own a Kodak (don't know the model#) but it, in no way, comes even close to the Rebel. Thanks for offering such a cool give-a-way!

thx...Cynthia

Anonymous said...

I love my Sony Alpha 100. I love that I have a battery pack so the battery last days with frequent usage, it's also pretty much instant on power up. I would just like the lenses to be cheaper!

Mel C.

Anonymous said...

What I like the most about my camera is that my husband bought it for me as an anniversery gift. It is a Nikon D300. It is a great camera! My favorite lens is my 85mm F1.8 =0)

Elsa D