I always carry my nifty Sony DSC-T200 camera with me. This is my very first Sony gadget. This blog bought this for me a year ago (the earnings from this blog of course, not literally this blog, heehee…). I’m super satisfied with its performance and it greatly serves its purpose for me (To take pictures). I really love it because it’s handy, stylish and takes great images.
It’s like a DSLR in stealth, disguised in a small and compact metallic casing. I’m really impressed with this camera specially when taking photos in macro mode. It’s on of the best camera systems developed by Sony. It can take astounding close-up shots just like a Digital SLR.
Here are some macro photos and panoramic portraits courtesy of my very own Sony DSC-T200:
A fresh strawberry during our breakfast in Baguio.
A yellow flower in Manor Hotel, Baguio City.
A candle without flame somewhere in Greenbelt 5.
A Starfish close-up shot in the seashores of Panglao Island.
A stunning and colorful caterpillar in Bohol.
A Movie Ticket at Greenbelt 3
A pair off old, worn-out, Adidas rubber shoes.
A Cup of Coffee at McDonald’s
The Taoist Dragon Statue at Taoist Temple, Cebu.
Iced Tea at the Peking Garden, Trinoma.
The Bread, Basket, Butter and Knife in Chateau 1771, Greenbelt 5.
Breakfast during our Bloggers’ Baguio Food Trip with Carnation, Day 2.
A curious cat somewhere in Sevilla, Bohol.
A growing mushroom somewhere out there.
The carabao who had his very own poopoo picture. (See below)
The carabao’s majestic and delicious poopoo. Yummy!
Prawn Eyes at the Prawn Farm, Island City Mall, Tagbilaran.
And… a creature from outer space with big round eyes staring at the endless horizon. (hehehe…)
Those are just a few of the thousands of images stored in my laptop, captured by my Sony T200. A lot of my friends told me that my shots are delighting their senses. They keep on saying that I am a pro! “Astig! galing ng kuha mo, pro na pro! Anong DSLR gamit mo?!?!” But the truth is, I’m not. I’m below mediocre in the field of photography and I actually don’t know how to use a DSLR. And without Sony DSC-T200, I can’t capture those great portraits. This powerful camera bring memories back to life! If I don’t have my Sony digital camera with me, those memories were surely swallowed by oblivion, erased from our forgetful gray matter, and completely vanished in black and white.
This camera really brings great impact in my life. I really love it because I learned a lot about basic photography, captured a lot of alluring pictures and took a wide array of glamorous shots in the places that I’ve been to and events that I have attended. The chronicles of my journey here on Earth are remembered with my Sony T200. The sweetest and happiest moments with my love ones and family are easily reminisced and cherished with my Sony T200. The everyday beauty of our mother earth, the panoramic views of our industrialized city, the eye-catching architectures of our country’s famous landmarks and establishments, the unseen beauty of our surroundings, the living things around us, every fowl in the air and every fish in the sea and every living thing that moveth upon the face of the earth are captured with my Sony DSC-T200. (naks may pa fowl in the air and fish in the sea pa no? hehe…)
As each day ends and a new day comes, ahmmmmmmmm… la na akong masulat.. nyok
Needles to say, Sony DSC-T200 is a great companion when taking pictures, memories, living and dead animals (hehehe), and every matter, be it solid, liquid, or gas! Anywhere, anytime, and… any… basta any any, you know it na! It definitely gave significance in my life just like the Sony’s World’s First Slimmest Camera with Optical Image Stabilizer, which will help me capture more unforgettable moments and memories that I’ll cherish forever… Yay! 😯
Wish me luck, I hope I can make it to the top 50, wahehehe.. (nangarap)