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Ralph Liberty Meadows
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Revealing more than it says since 1995
6th-May-2010 07:44 am
Well, one place Livejournal outstrips Smugbook and Twatter is getting meaningful advice from people. It also may result in unmeaningful advice too, but then I'll take that as well.

My pocket point and shoot camera is old and eats batteries. I'd like to buy a new one with out spending so much I could have just brought professional prints wherever I go. Anyone got any advice on good, bad or indifferent makes and models of small compact cameras. I tend to take short distance shots and know whatever I get won't cut it for big sky scenery. Which is a shame as there's some gorgeous views around, but I'm not going to carry a big SLR style with me everyday.


Not on advice at all, I am now safely into my own apartment, mostly unpacked and life there is wonderful and relaxed. The change seems to have done me some good.
Ralph Liberty Meadows
6th-May-2010 03:36 pm (UTC)
I have a Lumix DMC-TZ7 and am very happy with it. Small, hi-res, zoomy, optically excellent, very occasionally colour the is slightly off but nothing that's not easily fixable in Photoshop or similar. Not bad on big sky scenery, either. Certain I made the right choice, and the EOS-10D is severely neglected as a result.

And of course you're a very long way from S6 which must increase the relaxation levels after the crappy season we've had!
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