Thursday, April 2, 2009

April Photos of the Month

I've been really bad with posting photos of the month lately so I'm going to post two. These are from Nā Pali Coast State Park on the island of Kauaʻi near the wettest spot on earth, Mount Waialeale.







These were taken with a Canon G10.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Amazing shots but too small :(

Craig said...

I just got a G10, too, and am liking it a lot.

Chris Bensen said...

Anonymous,

I've had a lot of requests for larger images. I'll see what I can do. I've had my work stole in the past so I try to reduce the potential for that by posting small.

Chris Bensen said...

Craig,

Isn't it a great little camera! I almost picked up the Canon G9 last year, but I wanted wide angle. There were a few other cameras that were on the short list and but the G10 had everything I was looking for.

Craig said...

Chris, if you haven't already seen it, take a look at the Lensmate adapters for the G10. They allow you to use filters on the camera.

Chris Bensen said...

Craig,

Thanks for the tip. Which adapters have you found useful?

Craig said...

I bought the A and B adapters, which allow me to add a circular polarizing filter. The other thing I bought from Lensmate was a little wrist strap, which I like more than the next draft included with the G10.

Chris Bensen said...

Craig,

A circular polarizer has been on my list since ordering the camera. I was thinking a wrist strap would be handy on my hike on the Nā Pali Coast. I've always removed the neck straps from my cameras except for a few situations so a wrist strap might just be the ticket. I was surprised how cheap the neck strap included with the G10 is. I guess if they are going to go cheap on anything that would be what I'd want them to go cheap on. The rest of the camera is solid!

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