Life is going slow

Yup, slow, slow slow slow.
ANYWAY 😀
Im getting a camera for my birthday and I gave it a wurl before it was taken away 🙁

Its a Canon Powershot A640

  • 10 Mega Pixels
  • 4x optical zoom
  • Swively screen
  • and a load of other stuff

Here is a shot of my cat. (was shot at 10mp Mode but flickr resized it 🙁 )

Dont worry! More shots of other crap will be coming soon!

Flickr Page thing…. with more photos

About Joseph Southan

I'm a Medical Genetics Graduate and currently studying BioInformatics. Science, anime and web design are my passions. Feel free to leave a comment or message me on Twitter @fatjoe151.

  • I’ve has an 8 Megapixel camera for almost a year now, and I have to point out that unless you are printing photos designed to cover an entire wall, you will not notice any difference in quality if you lower the quality to 2 Megapixels. As you can see to an extent from the photo of your cat, above about 4 or 5 Megapixels any extra quality is negated by an imperfect focus and/or motion blur.

  • I’ve has an 8 Megapixel camera for almost a year now, and I have to point out that unless you are printing photos designed to cover an entire wall, you will not notice any difference in quality if you lower the quality to 2 Megapixels. As you can see to an extent from the photo of your cat, above about 4 or 5 Megapixels any extra quality is negated by an imperfect focus and/or motion blur.

  • Joe

    I do agree but, hey this camera has A lot of functions 😛

  • I do agree but, hey this camera has A lot of functions 😛

  • Mine doesn’t, which is why I got it so cheap so long ago. It even crashes regularly, and sometimes leaves the lens uncovered and sticking out of the camera after you turn it off. However, these problems are not much of a problem once you know how to handle them (remove the battery for a moment after a crash, so it is forced to reboot, and turn the camera on and off again to retract and cover the lens). As I said earlier, these problems were made up for by the price of the camera, and also by the fact that it came with a very handy magnetic fluffy case…

  • Mine doesn’t, which is why I got it so cheap so long ago. It even crashes regularly, and sometimes leaves the lens uncovered and sticking out of the camera after you turn it off. However, these problems are not much of a problem once you know how to handle them (remove the battery for a moment after a crash, so it is forced to reboot, and turn the camera on and off again to retract and cover the lens). As I said earlier, these problems were made up for by the price of the camera, and also by the fact that it came with a very handy magnetic fluffy case…