Hello again, my vertically challenged reader! Hear now the tales and adventures of the only sane person in Eastern Germany! Marvellous adventures of insanity and stupidity, their never-ending story of people, who are so messed up, that the standards are lowered to a point, were officially everybody is sane. Itâ€™s true – everybody is sane around here – compared to Charles Manson.
I, on the other hand, are as sane as cake, since my three-month-nightmare has ended today, as my new camera finally arrived! The story is a long and annoying one, which began a year ago. I wanted the Canon 300D, for over nine months. But as I managed to wind up enough money to finally buy it, I realised that it was only the body, and since the major â€œcheapâ€ objective distributor cancelled my family, the EF-Bajonett, I had to look for another one. So, I fell in love with the next-generation model of a camera I already used (HERE), the Minolta Dimage A1. So, my beloved father tells me to wait till Christmas, since electronics prices drop measurably after. And what happened? The A1 wasnâ€™t available anymore. But, (Happy-Happy-Joy-Joy) the next generation (A2) got into my range, and I bought it cheap on Amazon! I was happy two days, and than I got mail. Amazon told me, that due to a database failure, they donâ€™t have my camera anymore. At this point I almost lost what little sanity I had left, ran in circles, gnawed my cushion, stuff like that. And last week, I ordered from a little shop (www.eg-elctronics.de) and now I have it! Soon there will be a lot pics (For now, its just two of my roomies, and our flat, because it rained today (which doesnâ€™t bother me at all, but for now I care more for my camera than for my liver, lung or anything) and I didnâ€™t want it to get wet. And now: Here They are: The first test pics of my new Camera!
There will be much more, after I figured out some things I donâ€™t understand yet. The Noise in Some Pictures, or how I convince my roomies not to annoy me each time I want to upload one pic. Itâ€™s always a discussion worth 1 hour, over each pic. Gar. If you agree that they look fabulous, write something in the guestbook to assure their fragile shells of self-esteem are still working.