I took the pictures with a regular digital camera, Canon PowerShot SX230 HS
. I'm not a "technical" person, I have to keep it simple
But I also use a Speilrefleks (can't find an english translation, but Felis translated it to german once, and it's very similar to the norwegian word) camera, Canon EOS 550D, in fact, I'm a little unsure if the first picture, of the lilac, is taken with it. I hope I made this understandable
Thank you, yes I understand.
Canon EOS 550D = Digital single-lens reflex (SRL) camera (interchangeable lens) - German - Digitale Spiegelreflex Kamera (mit Wechselobjektiv). For research use for example http://www.canon.com
and then link to your or another country. I was looking for a new cam and wanted some inspiration. The pictures above (roof garden) I took with an older Digital Rolley 3MP and I wanted something better resp. with more features. I thougt about the new Canon PS SX270, but fell in love with the Olympus SH 50 which is not available here yet. So today I went to a professional camera dealer - not supermarket -
and bought the Olympus SH-25 MR for a good price (price fell since listing in 02/2012 at about 50%)
. I thought about taking photos from a nightingale from a distance of about 100 m but the seller said I need a truck for the equipment to do so as soon somebody invented a lense for it.
Well, you will see pictures as soon as I get familiar to the MR, gave her a name and did some shooting in my area.
This sunflower with bumblebee was taking with a more older Digital Rolley 2 MP in summer 2001.