Monday, November 27, 2006

Pro-Hobby - Daimler Mk III and Humber Mk II

How are you guys doing? Did you have a nice Thanksgiving holiday?

I had taken pictures of these 2 UK Armor Cars before I went on my vacation but Blogger just screwed up so I couldn't loaded any pictures. Anyway, back to these kits, they are from Pro-hobby. Made of metal. If I recall correctly, the price is around 1000 yen each. I regret I only bought 1 each as the price point is ok for a pre-painted die cast tank and I like them very much after I receive the real thing. The detail is fine to me and each also comes with a figure. You can also post them as the turrent hatch opened or closed. I highly recommended them if you want any armor cars or UK armors. If you prefer to wait for Takara or Dragon to come out something like these, you may have to wait for another 20 years (if you're lucky).

Second, I took these pictures using my new camera. It's a Nikon S9 (for my wife) as my old Sony Cybershot is huge. I still haven't figured out what is the best setting yet so I think these pictures do not show what the camera can really do. Any comments?


bluedonkey99 said...

the camera takes nice photos,
the initial green vehicle needs more light.

wtmblogger said...

I already used 2 spot lights. I think the settings such as the ISO, shutter speed or whatever are not setup correctly. It seems the Sony Cybershot is easier to use than this Nikon one.

Anonymous said...

i can sympathise, i have the same issue with my canon s70, most days it works fine now I have the hang of it occasioanly user error creeps in and i get a set of shots thats look terrible - the next prole you have us the modern cameras are so good they show up the slightest imperfection you didnt even realise was there!!


wtmblogger said...

I'm also thinking to buy a digital SLR but I need a reason to explain to my wife first.