By the way, if you happen to like the idea of cameras of different colors but you're into older cameras, don't forget cameraleather.com—they make self-adhesive replacement leather kits out of all sorts and grades of leather and lizard skin, up to and including cobra skin. Not guaranteed to improve your photographs, but fun nonetheless. They even make a Griptac kit for the Canon S90 (with one for the S95 on the way), although Griptac is basic black.
Oh, and speaking of camera colors, remember how I said, about the pink K-x, "I'm secure, but not that secure"? Well, I guess Eolake is that secure, because guess who bought a pink K-x from Japan...for street photography?
As he says, "Who's gonna be antagonistic towards a photographer with a pink camera?"
ADDENDUM: I almost forgot about this! (Although I had one of these cameras in for review once, and I found myself almost allergic—I didn't take to it at all. Although Keith builds many fine cameras, and is a genuinely nice guy to boot.)
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