But what happened with my camera? I was very happy when I finally bought a new one in April this year and I could take it with me to all the events this summer but during the event of Indian Head in August the screen started shaking and all the photos where overexposed when I used the zoom of the camera. At first I thought it was just a little technical problem that will solve itself but that didn't happened, the next day I could read this on the screen 'Lens Connector Defect', that doens't sound great, don't you think? Luckily I was still able to use my camera if I didn't used the zoom but I paid a lot for that camera and it's only 6 months old! Things like that don't make me happy, contrary... It just proved that all this modern equipment is not that great or super like they always say (that's the reason I'm still using my old, very old mobile phone but it works already 5 years like it's a new one so why would I buy a new one?)
I'm sure there was a moment that my parents started hating me because I was complaining all the time about the fact that my camera didn't work normally and I do understand my parents because once I start complaining about it, it irritates me more and I just complain more about it so we went to the store where I bought it. There I tried to be as calm as possible so they still would want to solve the problem but they couldn't do anything about it so they had to send it back to the factory. That's fine for me but now it's already 3 weeks there and I think that's taking way to long. I bought a good camera because I used a lot for this blog but I also need it for my work for school, this blog doesn't really has a deadline but all those tasks do have a deadline and I don't want to miss it. But the only things I can do is wait and tried to remain calm (which is not always easy).
|But for being a modern camera, this one looks very nice and that's why I fell in love with it!|