- Apr 24, 2009
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It's my B-day in 3 days...
I'm thinking of asking my parents for a new camera, maybe a reflex.
Is there anybody knowing something of photography? I was interested in a Canon EOS 1000D, but -- being this not my cup of tea* -- I'd like to hear somebody's advice
* Does this mean, as I think, that I'm not experienced in... Is it a British-only thing?
I found this in Dictionary.com, I hope it will help.
one's cup of tea, something suitable, appropriate, or attractive to one: Horror movies and westerns are just not my cup of tea.
I'm going to work now. Good day to all! :-D