No, not sliced with a chainsaw like those guys on TV.
The Nikon camera (or rather half the camera) is a display during the Nikon cameras exhibition in Kuala Lumpur recently. Many camera buffs came to see the new cameras on display and to take part in the models photo shooting contest.
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jhm (135042) 2011-04-21 4:02
We see not everyday an camera on these way.
Sharpness and clarity are very nice and perfect taken.
Excellent composition, good presentation. TFS.
Happy Easter weekend
sevy (15325) 2011-04-21 4:07
For sure I will not try the same on my own camera :-)
I am alsways impressed to see the lens complexity and the size of the prisme.
No rendering even through the glass of the box.
batalay (34693) 2011-04-22 21:42
In my Overview Page I wrote, "My interest, I suspect like that of many other subscribers to TE, is in cobbling together the aesthetic elements of art and the technical elements of the camera." This is a fabulous image, a lesson for all of us who are interested in the technical side of a camera. I use a Nikon D200 and the configuration is a little different, but the mechanics are pretty much the same. I plan to put this among my gallery of 'favorites' as soon as I can eject another one.
ilDottore (5252) 2011-04-26 10:19
This is brutal and painful shot, indeed! :)
I have to cut my Canon + Zeiss to check out, what is inside! :)
Main subject perfectly isolated from the background...
Greetings from Dublin!
baddori (19157) 2011-04-26 22:54
Unisci alla foto "tradizionale" l'idea dello "still life" ...in questo caso pił accentuato che in altri e sicuramente visibile .
Questo non fa perdere nulla allo stile piacevole ..ed unisce vita quotidiana alla sua essenza consumistica .
macjake (51972) 2011-05-10 15:18
this one is very interesting.
its a learning experience to see the inner workings of the DSLR.
great subject to post!!
clic (14098) 2011-06-07 11:31
I'm happy to receive a comment from Malaysia, Sam.
Thanks for your visit.
May I suggest to behave with less brutality when using your camera!!
It's quite interesting to know about the inner parts of a digital camera...you present a nice tribute to the engineers who designed this leisure instrument of ours.
I'll have now to learn salutations in your language!
See you soon.