30.05.10 by Jeff

Comin’ home!

Here’s one more reason to visit Akihabara! I’m coming home with two new cameras, including this little beauty.

nikon 35ti camera

Booooooom will be back to normal starting Tuesday.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • What a treasure! Looking forward to the Booooooom train getting back on track. :)

  • Oh noes! I’m going to come home from my girlfriends house on Tuesday at like midnight and be flooded with Booooooom wonderfulness and stay at much too late…

    GOSH DARN YOU HAMADA

  • yes 35ti’s are nice! this reminded me i need to get mine back off a friend

    • i love the way top of the camera is designed, so beautiful

  • Michael

    mmmmmm. ive missed some Booooooom time!

  • unbelievably jealous.

  • wowowow that is beautiful.

  • RvS

    What is the other one you bought?? This one is awesome.

  • me encanta!





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