I finally did it.
After months of deliberation I decided to go ahead and get the camera I’ve wanted for a long time. Sure, there’s nothing wrong with my Pentax K-7 which accompanied me to Europe last year, but I was always on the lookout for something sleeker and more convenient to carry around.
So after going back and forth for the 89th time, I decided to take the plunge and got myself a spanking new Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 last night. And even though I preferred the one in White, I settled for Black in the end as I did want to look more ‘professional’. That and the fact that the one in White was already sold out at the shop I purchased it from.
And besides the 20 mm ‘pancake’ lens (GF1C), I also topped up a little more for the 14-45 mm standard lens kit, which also meant I got a free tripod, three 8 gb SD cards and an original half case as well.
It’s definitely not going to be make me a better photographer any day soon, but it will make me a much happier blogger for a long time to come.