Size Adjustment

If you browse through the Photos area these days, you might notice that sometimes, some shots look a little “off”. Your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you. I just bought a Canon Digital Rebel XT and it takes shots in a slightly different dimension than my Sony DSC-W5 which means that unless I want to seriously crop things, the images from each camera will be a bit different. Obviously, there is no comparison between the two as the Sony is a $250 point and shoot and the Canon is an $850 SLR. Both are digital and I like them both quite a lot. The Canon is taking some getting used to as it’s been a long time since I’ve had so many things be manual on a camera before. It does take really nice shots though, especially at night.
At some point, I’ll do a much more complete review of it, once I figure out what all the little knobs and dials do. Oh, and I need to figure out the best way to deal with these freakin’ enormous RAW files that it dumps out as well. Luckily you can get a RAW and a jpeg of the same shot at the same time, which is really handy for when you don’t know if you need a shot for the web and/or print.