52 Cameras: Week 8 part 2 — Nikon Coolpix 885

For what it is, a 12-year-old point-and-shoot, it’s a pretty good camera. All of the exposure information is taken from the Exif data written by the camera. I didn’t realize until I was captioning the pictures that they are all at widest, 8mm (38mm equivalent on a full-frame camera), or maximum zoom, 24mm (114mm equivalent).

She got really nervous when she realized her calf was on the other side of the fence.

Elk in Los Alamos -

Elk in Los Alamos – ISO 100, 24mm, f4.9 @ 1/148 sec.

Too many people gathered around so she led the calf back into the woods.

 Elk in Los Alamos - ISO 100, 24mm, f4.9 @ 1/422 sec.

Elk in Los Alamos – ISO 100, 24mm, f4.9 @ 1/422 sec.

Black Mesa from NM 502 - ISO 100, 8mm, f2.8 @ 1/80 sec.

Black Mesa from NM 502 – ISO 100, 8mm, f2.8 @ 1/80 sec.

Jemez Mountains at sunset - ISO 100, 8mm, f2.8 @ 1/249 sec.

Jemez Mountains at sunset – ISO 100, 8mm, f2.8 @ 1/249 sec.

The Bataan Memorial Building was built as the New Mexico State Capitol building in 1900.

Bataan Memorial Building, Santa Fe, NM - ISO 100, 24mm, f4.9 @ 1/326 sec.

Bataan Memorial Building, Santa Fe, NM – ISO 100, 24mm, f4.9 @ 1/326 sec.

It’s not too obvious in these reduced photos but the sensor has some stuck pixels. There’s a red dot in the bushy tree above the calf in the second elk picture and some dots in the sky of the Jemez picture.