January 09, 2023

A camera that's already got scratches, because usually putting it into pocket.


Though you might be unable to find out on the photo above, there's already been a several scratches on this camera, RX100III. That's life, because I usually put it into pocket of pants.

🇯🇵 日本語 / ja


SONY RX100III + Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* 24-70mm F1.8-2.8

Basically I rarely mind even though how many scratches cameras get. Comparing to other cameras I have like Leica M-P or OM-D from OLYMPUS, this is still much better. It would be much better to be able to take photos whenever I want to even with getting a lot of scratches than being unable to use it by getting worried about scratches. This is my style.

🇯🇵 日本語 / ja

基本的にカメラにどんだけ傷がつこうがあまり気にしない。Leica M-P とか OM-D の他に自分が持っているカメラに比べれば、これはまだ全然マシだし。傷がつくのが怖くて使えないよりか、傷だらけになっても撮りたい時に撮れる方が全然いい。これが自分のスタイル。

SONY RX100III + Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* 24-70mm F1.8-2.8

I hate scratches on screen though. Maybe that also can be said in case of what I usually bring when going out. For instance, Mac, iPad, iPhone and so on. If their functions just work correctly with no matter, I don't mind other else.

🇯🇵 日本語 / ja

画面に傷がつくのは嫌だけど。同じことが他の持ち歩くものにも言えるかも。Mac とか iPad とか iPhone とか。機能さえ問題なく動けば他のことは気にしない。

LEICA M-P (Typ 240) + Summicron 50mm f/2.0 Leitz

It's maybe because they are just tools for me. Cameras are tools to take photos, Mac and iPad are tools to create something... Okay, I admit it. It's just because that it's troublesome to put them into their cases or something like those properly.

But this will never change or I will never be able to change myself, I guess.

🇯🇵 日本語 / ja

自分にとってはただの道具だからかもしれない。カメラは写真を撮るための道具だし、Mac と iPad は何かを作るための道具だし・・・いや、わかった、認める。ただケースとかにちゃんとしまうのが面倒なだけだよ。


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Born in Niigata pref, Japan, on April 17th, 1984. Living in Tokyo. A board member of a company called "Atotok Inc", working as a creative director.

My first name "Nobuyuki" is my very important name that was given by my loving grandpa. I'm the one who creates Anonyz whimsically. Pink and red hair is identify of mine whose family name is "Sato" that is very common in Japan, like Smith in the U.S.