Harun Wahab: Blog http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog en-us (C) Harun Wahab harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Sat, 06 Jan 2018 13:20:00 GMT Sat, 06 Jan 2018 13:20:00 GMT http://harun.zenfolio.com/img/s/v-5/u799831589-o369572795-50.jpg Harun Wahab: Blog http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog 80 120 Wrist Power http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2018/1/a-little-bit-of-wrist I had planned to buy a new camera in late 2017, that is the latest Fujifilm X100F and its conversion lenses, but ended up only purchasing this tiny wrist strap by Peak Design for my Nikon D750. In skipping the X100F, I guess I'm hoping that Nikon would release a new full-frame mirrorless camera in 2018 that could interest me, and in any case, my X100 is still doing fine.

While my new wrist strap costs about RM160, my brother Yusof just bought a Sony A7R III + Sony 85mm f/1.8 for a whopping RM16,000+ in cash. Unfortunately he is using the standard Sony shoulder strap. Oh well...

Peak Design Cuff Wrist Strap (Ash)Peak Design Cuff Wrist Strap (Ash)Lorong Utara, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.


NIKON D700 - Ver.1.03

This wrist strap is pretty nifty as you can adjust its size so that it fits nicely around your wrist. It also is quite comfortable and with that bit of leather strip, is pretty to look at. I bought it as I felt the Black Rapid shoulder strap I currently own to be a little bulky and I wanted a more compact and simpler way to carry my D750 and have it always ready in my hand for the next shot.

harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) photo equipment review http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2018/1/a-little-bit-of-wrist Fri, 05 Jan 2018 23:28:37 GMT
New Year Resolution - Triple Monitor Display http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2017/1/new-year-resolution---triple-monitor-display To begin my New Year resolution for bigger and wider aspirations, I just acquired a new computer monitor, turning my existing dual-monitor setup into a triplet panoramic display!

Triple Monitor Setup in SLI on Dell Area 51 PCTriple Monitor Setup in SLI on Dell Area 51 PCU2715H. RM 2,099. PJ Home. HDR.

This was triggered mainly after my online purchase of the Titanfall 2 game in December 2016, a top of the charts first-person shooter where you pilot a menacing Titan that rekindled my fondness for the Mechwarrior game I had a long time ago.

However, with a dual-monitor setup, it was very frustrating to play in. Actually any game is crippled in such a setup since you can only use one monitor that results you either looking at the left or right screen, never in a more appropriate centre display. You see, gamers either use one or three monitors, never two.

So, I had to get another Dell U2713H to match my existing units, but only the newer 27” QHD UltraSharp U2715H was available on Dell’s website, which was fine, as its specs were similar with even thinner bevels, and it also cost the same at RM2,099. I quickly ordered it online and it was delivered to my home on 3 Jan 2017.

It took a while for me to figure how to set it up correctly. Firstly, I realized I had to set it, using its own menu, to be driven by micro-DP (display port) rather than the default DP, which was why I couldn’t see anything on the monitor when it was hooked up to the PC. Secondly, for proper multi-monitor SLI to be enabled via the dual nVidia GTX 980 cards, all three monitors must be connected to the same card. Thirdly, you configure in the nVidia Control Panel on Windows 10 so that the display spans across for a native resolution of 7680 x 1440. Then, voila, it was magic.

Triple Monitor Setup in SLI on Dell Area 51 PCTriple Monitor Setup in SLI on Dell Area 51 PCU2715H. RM 2,099. PJ Home. HDR.

Now, playing my computer games is such an immersive experience, whether it be battling it out in Titanfall 2 or adventuring in my older games, Witcher 3 and Dragon Age: Inquisition, which I’m inspired to play again from the start! Even doing photo or video editing, and muti-tasking several applications, is so liberating, as you have more desktop space to work with. I highly recommend having a three monitor setup – go for it!
harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Computer Review http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2017/1/new-year-resolution---triple-monitor-display Thu, 05 Jan 2017 02:31:06 GMT
My Latest Workhorse - The Apple iPad Pro http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2016/2/my-latest-workhorse---the-apple-ipad-pro Apple iPad Pro SetApple iPad Pro SetPJ Home. NX-D v1.30.

I've had the iPad 3 since 2012, and it has been helpful to me in my work where I would use it to take meeting notes and to "carry" my presentation materials (mostly PDFs or Powerpoint files). However, it had the following issues:-

- No native pen for note taking; I used an Adonit Jot stylus with the Notability app, and although it was ok, palm rejection wasn't so great, and the ink flow or pen sensitivity was sometimes not smooth.

- Editing of MS-Office documents was poor; It was only later that Microsoft introduced the Office suite, and although it allowed editing, I didn't have a keyboard nor was the iPad 3 fast or big enough to be useful.

Well, out came the iPad Pro in late 2015, which seemed to have solved most of the issues mentioned:-

- The Apple Pencil is incredible - ink flow is super smooth and responsive, it is even pressure-sensitive, and palm rejection is brilliant.

- The Smart Keyboard is great - works like a charm, and hopefully it can help me not depend on my office laptop anymore.

- However, to edit Office documents, I had to subscribe to Office 365; Microsoft insisted that the iPad Pro is a laptop-class device so charges for editing. This will cost me about US$59 per year, and gives you a 1TB OneDrive cloud-based storage.

- Also, the capabilities on the mobile Office suite is not the same as you get on the PC, so Outlook or Word, etc is not as full-featured. At least you get the split screen multitasking on the iPad Pro to help in working with two apps at the same time.

I also bought the Apple SD card and VGA adapter, which worked fine. And to complete the setup, I got the beautiful leather Pad & Quill bag, made specially for the iPad Pro. The iPad Pro slips nicely into the bag, but attached with the Smart Keyboard, it is a very tight fit.

For 2016 and beyond, this shall be my office workhorse. You can view more pictures here.


harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Computer Review http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2016/2/my-latest-workhorse---the-apple-ipad-pro Sat, 06 Feb 2016 10:37:23 GMT
What's in my Camera Bag(s)? http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2015/5/whats-in-my-camera-bag-s Camera Photographic SetCamera Photographic SetNikon D750, D700. Fuji X100, Sigma DP2. Nikkor 20mm f1.8, 50mm f1.8, 85mm f1.8, 10mm f2.8 FE, 24-70mm f2.8, Samyang 14mm f2.8, 85mm f1.4, Sigma 150mm f2.8, 150-500mm f5-6.3. Crumpler 7 Million Dollar Bag, Kata 3N1-30 Bag, Ona Leather Prince Street Bag. Joby Gorillapod SLR-Zoom. Hoya Cir-PL 77mm, ND x64 77mm. Taken using Sony RX100. SOOC.

Over the years, I had acquired many photographic equipment and accessories. So much so, sometimes I think I'm beginning to be more of a camera collector. In fact, what you see here is what I have generally decided to settle in to. From trying out pocket digicams like the Sony RX100 (that took the photo above) to bridge cameras like the Fuji HS10, I've realised that what is important to is to know what type of subjects you like to take, then pick the system that fulfils the purpose. Obvious, but the naive gearhead in me tends to be attracted to all sorts of gimmicks and gloss. Not that I've completely healed from gear addiction, but I am heading in the right direction, I think.

I love to capture people and places. Not really into birds, or racing bikes, or tiny insects. That's why my purchase of the Sigma 150-500mm f5-6.3 telezoom and 150mm f2.8 macro were rarely used for taking pictures of wild animals or bugs. It's not as if I visit the zoo every month or hangout at sports events regularly. I wouldn't say those two lenses bred cobwebs in the closet, as they managed to let me capture nice portraits and candids, but lugging around heavy and obtrusive lenses is not my cup of tea. But if I wanted to use them, it feels way better balanced on the Nikon D700 with battery grip than the D750. Which is why I'm still keeping the D700. Same goes for the Nikkor 24-70mm f2.8. Incredible lens, giving such flexibility and image quality, no wonder it's classed as a pro lens. But again, a beast to lug around, and if you've ever had that large glass pointing at your face, then you'll know what being intimidated feels like. (As the photographer, you hardly realise this, as you are always behind the lens.)

Wanting to try out that super wide-angle look (notice the attraction to effect rather than story), I experimented with the Nikkor 10mm f2.8 fisheye, and later the Samyang 14mm f2.8 manual focus ultra-wide (because I couldn't afford the autofocusing Nikkor 14mm f2.8 or the badass 14-24mm f2.8.) Actually, the fisheye produces that unique distorted look, which I do like, and at the same time, it can be undistorted with the Fisheye-Hemi plugin by Image Trends, so it is like a multi-purpose lens. Only thing, you wouldn't want an entire album of fisheye looking pictures.

With static subjects, manual focus lenses are fine. However, for people, like in weddings or gatherings, using the Samyang 14mm f2.8 and 85mm f1.4 became tiresome. But these prime lenses, together with the fixed 23mm f2.0 that comes with the Fuji X100, or the 24mm f2.8 on the Sigma DP2, taught me how liberating and purposeful it was to shoot with what initially seemed inflexible tools. As they say, limitation is the springboard of creativity. Which was why when I upgraded to the D750, it became imperative that not only was fast autofocusing a must, compact and lightweight was a major criteria. Hence, the reason for getting what I called the f1.8 series lenses - Nikkor 20mm, 50mm and 85mm all f1.8. Compact, lightweight, fast autofosing, and as a bonus, inexpensive, with excellent image quality thrown in.

The hardest buying decisions has got to be camera bags. I bought the Crumpler 7 Million Dollar shoulder bag first, and later the Kata 3N1-30 sling backpack. The painful lesson here is that the larger the bag, the more you want to stuff it with, and the heavier you need to lug around with. Though both are really good and useful bags, having endured the back aches obtained from hauling tons of gear, I forced myself to get a smaller bag, yet not looking like a camera bag. An ardous search on the Internet finally led me to the Ona Leather Prince Street bag, which although costly, topped the list and even looked good. It holds my D750 and the f1.8s snugly and has space for other goodies like filters, spare batteries and memory cards too.

So there you have it. A brisk run through of my current camera setup, which I'm sure will grow quietly in the future...

harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Photo Equipment Review http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2015/5/whats-in-my-camera-bag-s Wed, 06 May 2015 16:16:36 GMT
Umrah 2013/2014 http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2014/1/umrah-2013/2014 I had performed my Hajj pilgrimage in 2010, but two of my brothers had not been to Mecca. So I invited them as well as my other brother and sister to go for the Umrah, including their spouses. So initially, twelve of us was agreeing to go, but due to clashes in exam schedules, two of the kids couldn't make it. Then, we were supposed to leave on 21 December 2013, but due to some logistic problems confronted by our travel agent, our flight was postponed to 26 Dec. This meant that my brother's wife and children couldn't make it, so the group was down to only eight people - four men and four women. This was convenient, as we shared two rooms comfortably. Our Umrah then proceeded nicely, taking off on AirAsia via LCCT (rather than the originally planned Saudi Airlines via KLIA) where we landed in Jeddah then took a bus ride to Madinah, and stayed there for a few days, after which we travelled by bus to Mecca. Unfortunately, due to the postponement, it had affected our hotel bookings - we were promised rooms in the majestic Zam Zam Towers, which is only 50m from the Masjidil-Haram, but ended up almost 500m away in a less prominent but decent hotel. Again, the plan was to return to Malaysia on 5 Jan 2014, but this was delayed until the 10 Jan. The bonus was the extra days we had in Mecca, fully paid for by the travel agent, and that we flew back by Etihad, Emirates premier airlines, rather than AirAsia.

Those were some of the testing challenges we faced, but otherwise, our Umrah itself went smoothly, and most of us managed to do it three times. The weather was colder than I expected, with Madinah dipping below 20deg Celsius. We toured the usual historic spots like Jabal Uhud and Masjid Quba, acquainted ourselves with a date farm and camel ranch, savoured the local Arabic cuisine, and browsed the shopping centres. Overall, it was a successful trip, and made more enjoyable by the company of my siblings!

Umrah 2013Umrah 2013LCCT

Umrah 2013Umrah 2013Madinah

Umrah 2013Umrah 2013Madinah

Umrah 2013Umrah 2013Mekah. LR 5.3

Explore our adventure in Part1 and Part2...

harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Family http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2014/1/umrah-2013/2014 Tue, 14 Jan 2014 16:25:24 GMT
Wedding of Nataskia and Ivan http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2013/12/wedding-of-nataskia-and-ivan I was invited to be the official photographer for my cousin's wedding. This was indeed a special occasion, as it was held at Carcosa Seri Negara, my first time attending a wedding at this prestigious luxury hotel, and my first time being a photographer there. Nataskia, or Saskia as she is affectionally called, chose to marry Ivan, a Frenchman, over in Malaysia as most of her relatives are here. Most of Ivan's family members came from Paris and Spain, and a few of Saskia's friends flew in from Australia and Scotland. Together with Saskia's Malaysian relatives, about fifty guests joined to celebrate her wedding. What can I say, it was a most lovely celebration, classic and beautiful. Both sides of the family seemed to be made for each other, and they certainly knew how to enjoy and party right through the night! It was a privilege for me to be a part of this experience, and I'm most grateful that they were happy with the wedding album that I produced for them. May they have an everlasting marriage!

Saskia and Ivan WeddingSaskia and Ivan WeddingCarcosa Seri Negara, Kuala Lumpur. LR 5.2

Embrace and be enchanted by more pictures of their wedding!

harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Relatives http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2013/12/wedding-of-nataskia-and-ivan Sun, 08 Dec 2013 11:45:16 GMT
September Weddings http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2013/9/september-weddings This month, there were so many weddings to attend to! So far, I've gone to three, and as usual, they are such colourful events. Below are a few snippets from those ceremonies with all pictures taken using my Fuji X100:-


Wedding Nur Alia and HosniWedding Nur Alia and HosniPolice Headquarters, Bukit Aman, KL. SOOC.

More pictures of the above wedding here.

Wedding WanaWedding WanaBalakong, Selangor. LR 5.0 Wedding WanaWedding WanaBalakong, Selangor. LR 5.0

More pictures of the above wedding here.


Wedding Anak Pn. RosminahWedding Anak Pn. RosminahDewan D'Kelana Jaya. Silkypix RFC v3.2.17.

More pictures of the above wedding here.

Needless to say, as we approach the year end, there'll be many more happy marriages...I'll share those moments as it comes...

harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Friends http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2013/9/september-weddings Sun, 15 Sep 2013 12:10:59 GMT
Watches Galore http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2013/9/watches-galore I wanted a new watch especially for evening wear. After hunting for suitable models on the Internet, I came to the conclusion that I couldn't afford Tag Heuer, Omega and not even Seiko. So, it was back to Tissot, which was my original brand. Anyhow, to cut a long story short, it was the V8 model that appealed to me most. It had a classic design with brown leather strap and a dial of ivory colour. However, while perusing the Tissot website, I was attracted to the Seastar, a diver's watch with a beautiful blue-coloured dial and very clean, uncluttered layout. So, off I went to Midvalley Megamall, and dropped in the Tissot shop, and quickly walked away with the two timepieces, costing RM997 and RM2,295 respectively. This purchase rewarded me with a free gift - a Bohemia crystal bowl that I gave to my mum :D

You can view the watches in more detail here....]]>
harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Personal http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2013/9/watches-galore Sun, 01 Sep 2013 05:23:00 GMT
Walk of LIfe Photo Exhibition http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2013/6/walk-of-life-photo-exhibition I attended an exhibition by local street photographer Che Ahmad Azhar at the Starhill Gallery in Kuala Lumpur. He presented two dozens of his iconic pictures of life in and around Petaling Street and Pudu Market. I also met Reuters photographer Bazuki too.

You can view a few more pictures....]]>
harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Photo Tips http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2013/6/walk-of-life-photo-exhibition Thu, 13 Jun 2013 06:03:00 GMT
The One http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2013/6/the-one After more than three years, I finally bought a new mobile phone - the HTC One - to replace my workhorse, the HTC HD2. Apart from the obvious advances in technology, such as faster processor, brilliant display, awesome camera and running on the latest Android Jelly Bean, I'm now, for the very first time, connected to the Internet via mobile broadband...yup, before that, I had only Wifi to depend on...So, with my new toy, it's so connected to all my social media, from email to Facebook and Twitter, that it can be quite bewildering! The thing is, at RM2,299 the HTC One is actually cheaper than when I purchased the HD2!

You can view more pics of it here...and see a comparison of photos taken with it and the older HD2...

harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Computer Review http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2013/6/the-one Sun, 02 Jun 2013 08:37:00 GMT
My first ever Photo Exhibition! http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/12/my-first-ever-photo-exhibition Over a year ago, I had joined the Nikon Shooting Stars programme, which was aimed at mentoring enthusiast photographers who wanted to improve their skills and project work. Lead by top Malaysian professional photographers, we had monthly meetings where our photos were reviewed and we were guided on clarifying our storyline and vision. It was harder than I thought it would be, and the year-long programme was too tough for many to endure, till only a handful of us survived at the end. However, we were rewarded with being able to exhibit selected photos that went on display at the Kuala Lumpur Gallery (beside Dataran Merdeka)! To top it all, the entire programme and expo was free!

Here are some pics during the exhibition launch....]]>
harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Photo Tips http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/12/my-first-ever-photo-exhibition Tue, 11 Dec 2012 08:00:00 GMT
Benchmark Speeds http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/10/benchmark-speeds I did a rendering test to compare performance of Hash Animation Master v15.0d against the latest v17.0a. The test was done using ThreeTeapotsBenchmarkv005.prj. Below are the results:-
  • v15d 32-bit 8:51
  • v17a 32-bit 5:33
  • v17a 64-bit 4:09 (!)

The improvement v17 has over v15 is terrific - more than twice as fast! My PC is a 2.66GHz Q9450 with 4GB RAM running Win7 64-bit Ultimate.

The test was updated after I bought a new PC in Jan 2015 that is a Dell Alienware Area-51 3.5GHz i7-5930K with 16GB DDR4 RAM and twin NVidia GeForce GTX 980 on SLI running Windows 10 Home 64-bit:-

  • v18o 64-bit 1:43


harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) 3D Tip http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/10/benchmark-speeds Mon, 15 Oct 2012 02:37:00 GMT
Kicking back into 3D animation.... http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/10/kicking-back-into-3d-animation With the release of v17 of Hash Animation Master, my interest in getting back into 3D animation has grown stronger...but first, I needed to ensure that I could rig a character...using the freely available TSM2 (The Setup Machine by Anzovin), I successfully rigged and posed this model, and also tried out the LiteFace rig. I find TSM2 an easy-to-install rig that is comfortable to use and should provide me the neccessary controls needed for good animation.

harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) 3D Tip http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/10/kicking-back-into-3d-animation Fri, 12 Oct 2012 05:56:00 GMT
A Pocket Rocket! http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/10/a-pocket-rocket I think my search for the pocketable digicam is over...my previous ones like the Lumix FX55 and Sigma DP2 both had image quality issues, but with this Sony RX100 that I purchased in Aug 2012, not only can it fit in my trouser or shirt pocket, but it produces amazing pictures through its wonderful Carl Zeiss 28-100mm (equiv.) f1.8 - f4.9 zoom lens. Very easy to use and filled with an incredible amount of advanced features, from multi-frame auto-aligning mergeable photos as well as HDR to automatically generating a second image cropped according to what it thinks is a better composition than your original person shot!

Sony did some fantastic tricks to ensure that although it packed 20MP into a 1" CMOS sensor, it can control noise to a minimum even at high ISOs and give us fast response in AF and continous shooting or video.

You need a pocket-sized digicam because 1) the best camera is the one always with you, and 2) the need for discretion at some events, like visits to the hospital, going to funerals, attending meetings at office, etc... yet you would like to capture moments of these scenes. So far, the RX100 has done an excellent job!

More cool pictures of my Sony RX100...

harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Photo Equipment Review http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/10/a-pocket-rocket Fri, 12 Oct 2012 05:40:00 GMT
An Apple a Day... http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/10/an-apple-day

Well, Apple finally managed to convince me to acquire one of its product - the new iPad. I've always been a Microsoft Windows user, and didn't quite clique with the Apple way...but over the last one or two years, I've admired how Apple has matured and strengthened in terms of making its innovation business friendly. One of the important criteria for me was that the iPad had to integrate with my work environment, and at our office, we use the MS-Exchange platform. To cut a long story short, it was very easy to get it to sync with Outlook's email and calendar as well as our corporate Wifi.

I also wanted to use the iPad as a note-taking app, to capture meeting notes and ideas. Initially, I used a rubber-tipped stylus, but this felt too spongy and the tip became loose after a few weeks use...so I decided on the Adonit Jot that had a unique hard disc tip, which not only felt like a real pen and was very accurate and natural to write with, but became a talking point as my workmates' curiosity discovered its clever design. Btw, the cover is by Targus which comes with a neat stylus holder.

All in all, I'm very happy the new iPad. Having used it since April 2012, I found it very useful both at a personal as well as at a working level for me :-)

Take a closer look at my new iPad...

harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Computer Review http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/10/an-apple-day Fri, 12 Oct 2012 05:12:00 GMT
Storytellers http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/4/storytellers Jerod Foster, 2011 [Technique]

This is a refreshing take on approaching photography by applying the art of storytelling. This book guides you to develop story themes and how the photographer can use his craft to tell great stories. Jerod does this by explaining the language of storytelling using the visual elements and shooting techniques, and covers the process of story design and workflow. Each chapter contains a storyteller profile that is an interview with professional photographers and how they do their storytelling. There are also a few exercises and case studies scattered throughout the book to strengthen your skills and understanding.

More information on Amazon.

harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Book Review http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/4/storytellers Sun, 29 Apr 2012 20:58:00 GMT
Still going strong.. http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/4/still-going-strong My mobile phone, the HTC HD2 running Mobile Windows v6.5, is working perfectly after 2 years since I bought it..it helps me thru my day's appointments with syncing to my office's Exhange's calendar, contacts and todo...I can view updates of Facebook and surf the web via wifi..plus I managed to read the whole Quran translation on it while doing my Hajj pilgrimage in Mekah :)

You can see more photos here...

harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Computer Review http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/4/still-going-strong Wed, 04 Apr 2012 18:59:00 GMT
X100 Firmware v1.21 http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/4/x100-firmware-v121
Fuji has recenly released an update to the X100 firmware - I've installed this and it has made much improvement to the usability and performance. Focusing speed and accuracy has got better, and you can now reprogram the RAW button, just like the FN button! Here's a photo I recently snapped:-

harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Photo Equipment Review http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2012/4/x100-firmware-v121 Wed, 04 Apr 2012 18:44:00 GMT
Still Shining http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2011/9/still-shining
Even after 4 1/2 years, my VW GTi still looks good, thanks to it's Shine & Shield polish treatment. I only wash my car every now and again with normal 'wash & wax' liquid cleaner. Also, it performs even better with the slight modification I did to bring it up to Stage II using APR upgrades. Hope it last for another 10 or more years!]]>
harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Personal http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2011/9/still-shining Fri, 02 Sep 2011 16:58:00 GMT
Another New Toy http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2011/9/another-new-toy
Although my Nikon D700 is the killer DSLR for assignment-type work, most of the time you just want to carry with you a light compact that is not intimidating to other people. Thanks to Fujifilm that released their Leica-like X100, an APS-C sized sensor rangefinder-like digicam, that doesn't just have superior image quality but looks beautiful too. I bought this in early April 2011 for RM3,888 and got the leather case for free.
harunw@yahoo.com (Harun Wahab) Photo Equipment Review http://harun.zenfolio.com/blog/2011/9/another-new-toy Fri, 02 Sep 2011 16:46:00 GMT