|ashley needham||28/09/2020 09:02:07|
6755 forum posts
Ray. I have been lazy of late and been using my small compact almost exclusively, as it is handy and at 20M pixels, produces good photos.
However, the last crop of fast boats has seen the Panasonic LUMIX bridge camera in action again, and what a treat. For a start the zoom is so much bigger, secondly it processes pictures much faster (although it displays the pic on the viewfinder for a few seconds, I discovered if you touch the shutter button it gets rid of this and takes another picture enabling rapid shooting, unlike the compact). I also like the weight, it’s not heavy as such, but much heavier than the compact, and this combined with the larger size gives much better handling.
But best of all...the pseudo eyepiece, with the massively added benefit of diopter correction, so I can actually see the snaps on the camera in focus! And it keeps out the sun.
I gave my Olympus OM20N and all my lenses to a charity shop. Not worth selling unfortunately. All that money I spent, a lovely camera, but I would never have used it again.
|Ray Wood 2||28/09/2020 09:25:55|
2086 forum posts
Thanks for that link 👍 it also has all the airfields 😎
Yes I will have to trade in the old Box Brownie, but I could do better if I read the instructions 😲,
I had my first over 65 flu jab yesterday it certainly works I feel rubbish today !!
|Tim Cooper||28/09/2020 11:06:59|
379 forum posts
If you have had your over 65 flu jab they will soon be lining you up with one for Pneumonia and Shingles! Had my flu jab a few weeks ago no ill effects but think I got the blunt needle.
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