Sunday, December 18, 2011
Our random meal of the day brings us a Cheese Burger and as promised to a Random Mealer, it is shot with a Canon DSLR. The first time I ever had a cheeseburger here and I was looking at the burger and thinking something looks off. It tasted great but looked different. It finally hit me that they have the burger patty on top of the lettuce, tomatoes and onions. This burger perfectly fits the opposites between a Canon and a Nikon DSLR. They are both just backwards to each other in terms of function. For example, when you switch your camera lens, with the Canon you turn counterclockwise to the left and with the Nikon you turn clockwise to the right. The focus lock indicator is on the right for the Canon and on the left for the Nikon. In the end, both brands take fantastic photographs, but it is a usability difference. I also added some holiday cheer to today's random meal.
Found at The Burger Shack in Pasadena, California.
Canon 5D Mark II, 85mm, f2.0, 1/100, iso 800