It happened that today my trusty, bread-defroster Sharp microwave oven retired from this world.
I knew I needed a new oven, and I knew I love my Nikon FM2n camera.Nikon FM2n

There are not many microwave ovens suitable for users of this very fine camera. Do you see the simplicity? Shutter-speed dial: that’s all you need to take a picture. The remaining bits (aperture and focus) would be on the lens.

I could not but choose a Samsung MW82N-B then:Samsung MW82N-B

One knob to set the power, one know to set the time. Do you need more? I don’t.

Perhaps, a user of a camera like, say, Sony α 900Sony Alpha 900(fantastic simple display, eh?) would have chosen an oven like the…Panasonic NNA574SBBTQPanasonic NN-A574SBBTQ (where the name itself is as simple as the layout).

I don’t know about you, but I do prefer my Nikon (and my Samsung).

4 thoughts on “Of cameras and microwave ovens

  1. I’m afraid I’d be the guy that goes for the complex one,
    http://www.northlight-images.co.uk/camera_images_8/Canon/40D/40D_LCD.gif
    Is that too hard to follow… for me sometimes it is…. perhaps that is why I like landscapes, all the time in the world

    1. Oh, the top LCDs are harmless… the back screen menus are much more insidious!

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