I still have my rugged/waterproof beat up Lumix that makes a funny rattling noise. I'll use that as my on-bike (while riding) camera. But this new camera will live in a padded case, which will be slung on my shoulder and protected first if I fall. No on-bike-while-riding-picture-taking with the fancy camera.
So here are a few of the first shots. I'm not making any claims of good photography from a framing/subject POV, but for a hack like me to take shots with such clarity in weird light conditions says a lot for the technology of digital cameras these days. I'm looking forward to figuring out the technical basics (beyond shutter speed) to take better pics.
|The moving car shot. This is a requirement for newbies with an adjustable shutter speed camera.|