I’ve been secretly working on a little side camera project. It’s just for fun—nothing too serious—but I’ve enjoyed it a lot so far. What is it? The answer might surprise you.
Let me introduce you to Classic DigiCam, a celebration of the nostalgia of retro digital photography. Specifically, it’s about old digital pocket point-and-shoot cameras, especially those from about 2006 through 2012 when those models were particularly popular.
These cameras are really trendy right now. I’ve had one for several years (before they were once again popular), but recently I rediscovered the joy of DigiCam photography. Actually, it’s fun for the whole family, as we all get to use them when we travel somewhere, including all four of my kids. It’s a great way to include everyone.
If you’re intrigued by this, check out my brand new website: ClassicDigiCam.com. If this topic doesn’t interest you, no problems at all. I won’t be posting much DigiCam stuff on Fuji X Weekly—if I do, I’ll make it related to Fujifilm somehow; otherwise, this might be the one and only post about this topic. Maybe. I hope that some of you do find this new project interesting, and I invite you to follow my new website!
Now back to your regularly scheduled programming….