Decrypting Warranty

Warranty for cameras comes in two flavors from the manufacturers. The local warranty is applicable to the products that are purchased in the country of origin (have a documented proof of purchase within the country by way of country specific warranty card and a receipt). World-wide warranty is the one that covers the equipment in whatever country the manufacturer has service centers, regardless of the country of purchase.

Pink Petals

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When to upgrade DSLR?

DSLRs are changing very fast. Every-time I return from a long trip and connect to internet, there are a whole lot of new camera models available. All of them claiming to be better than the others. It seems that the camera manufacturers are innovating, working hard and burning their midnight oil. What does this lead to? The Gear Acquisition Syndrome! Every once in a while, someone I know gets affected by it. Sometimes even I drool over all the new gear available in the market.

Sunset

(Even after purchasing a camera with good performance at high ISOs, I prefer to keep the ISO as low as possible. This was captured at 100 ISO)

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