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Camera for Christmas!

1. happyture13 December 2011, 7:37 GMT +01:00

Well its that time of year again, the photography shops are full to the britches with sparkly new cameras with more pixels and wonder gadgetry than you can wave a stick at, I am looking for a new camera but dont want to have a wheelbarrow to carry it around, I have been looking closely at the Panasonic G3 amazed at the size and control this camera seems to have, yet i am concerned that the iso settings only goes down to 160iso,,,,that i feel is rather high as my little fuji and Big Nikon go down much lower around 80iso with the fuji and 100iso with the Nikon,,,I can hear you all saying OMG he's rambling again, BUT i would love to hear your opinions on the many cameras that are on the market at the moment.

218. xymonau5 February 2012, 3:33 GMT +01:00

Yew is takin' the mickey, yew iz. I nearly snorted my chocolate soy milk all over the screen.

My veins are so shiny they iz singin'!

219. happyture5 February 2012, 8:18 GMT +01:00

Ha ha ha ,,,I know a caterpillar that ate a WHOLE lettuce leaf and he got fat?

220. xymonau5 February 2012, 8:50 GMT +01:00

Well, I'm at the lettuce again today, but in a salad. You're just jellyous. You has to share your lettuce leaf.

221. happyture5 February 2012, 12:52 GMT +01:00

I dont think i could eat a whole lettuce leaf to meself

222. xymonau5 February 2012, 13:26 GMT +01:00

You probably woodent recognise one, hennyhow. 'Cause it duzzent moo.

223. happyture5 February 2012, 17:49 GMT +01:00

Ive seen letus leafs before, they feed um to tortoises and things..

224. xymonau6 February 2012, 10:19 GMT +01:00

Don't be callin' me a "thing" Mikey Pomgolian Walk-in-water! You need a lettuce leaf or two to himprove your elf.

225. canoncan6 February 2012, 16:17 GMT +01:00

sorry to hear you werent well mikey, this age thingy is a pain (lol),

dez, its hard to give up all the goodies, i do have a sweet tooth, which is the hardest to calm down, i do try (i have a fresh cream doughnut with jam down the middle and a coffee right now) lol,

226. happyture6 February 2012, 17:34 GMT +01:00

OMG,,,,Just,,,,OMG,,,,,Karen! Age thingy?? I,ll have you know im,,im,,,cut to the bone with that remark,,And i was going to say to Dezzie just how nice it was to have old Friends back Huh,...

Dezzie, I sincerely apologize i didnt realise that i had worded it like that, As if i would dare,,,dare call you a thingy, never dezzie never!!

227. canoncan6 February 2012, 17:49 GMT +01:00

lol, good one mikey, they say life begins at 40, now 50 is the new 40, who are these people, i'd like a wee word in there ear, lol

228. xymonau7 February 2012, 11:37 GMT +01:00

50 is the new 70 in my neck of the woods, I can assure you!

Karen, go buy a piece of fruit. You will feel a million dollars once you cut out the junk. You'd miss it for a while, but your tastes change. I love cream doughnuts, but I can't eat the cream now - gives me asthma - and the fat in the rest will stick like sludge to your arteries. Watermelon - there's something to crave. Figs, pomegranates, cherries, mangoes, bananas, pineapple, sweet grapes, kiwi fruit, strawberries - MMMMM - now I'm flippin' hungry again!

Mikey, you is forgivven. You has humbled yerself in a sootabbubble fashun, and I haxept. Now go peel Karen a grape!

229. happyture7 February 2012, 13:33 GMT +01:00

I,m alergic to grapes, got one stuck up me nose when i was little, As for sludge in your arteries, as long as it tastes like bacon fill um up!!

230. xymonau7 February 2012, 14:35 GMT +01:00

*sigh* I am torkin' to a brick wall...

231. happyture7 February 2012, 15:25 GMT +01:00

No,,i am listening a bit,,sometimes,,now n then,,,rarely really .....

232. xymonau7 February 2012, 23:12 GMT +01:00

You an' Karen can keep diggin' yor graves wif yor spoons. Mind you, last night I ate so much I think I was doing that, too. I had a sort of curry - sate, really - and curries are not good for me. Then I topped it off with a bowl of WeetBix (that's what it's called here). I might have gotten away with the curry, but the WeetBix just about finished me off. Curse that health food company!

233. happyture8 February 2012, 6:33 GMT +01:00

The words Well done Missy Two shoes springs to mind along with WEETABIX?

234. xymonau8 February 2012, 10:22 GMT +01:00

Well, with a bit of honey and soy milk, it makes a fine dessert. I don't eat it for breakfast, usually.

235. happyture9 February 2012, 8:01 GMT +01:00

Its never been a BIG favourite of mine, Spose it would be ok dry with bacon on it!

236. xymonau9 February 2012, 10:59 GMT +01:00

Yours might taste different. It's what Aussie and New Zealand kids are raised on.

237. happyture9 February 2012, 15:01 GMT +01:00

Thats not what Rolf told us????

238. canoncan9 February 2012, 15:50 GMT +01:00

i loved Rolf when i was a kid, that noice he used to make , superb, what an artist he is,

oh no who has had there weetabix, they are one of my kind of breakfasts, as long as it goes with coffee,

239. happyture9 February 2012, 18:52 GMT +01:00

We love Rolfie like one of our own..

240. xymonau11 February 2012, 12:29 GMT +01:00

He IS one of your own. He lived in the UK for a lot longer than here.

I had a fabulous brekky at the blood-taking for the CHIP program. It was a fasting blood test, and after they weighed us and measured us and blood pressured us and stabbed us, they had a breakfast fit for a king, honestly. Steamed porridge grains - all light and fluffy instead of gluey and runny, every fruit you could imagine, wholemeal toast and avocado to spread on it. They had all kinds of raw nuts, chopped dried fruits - unbelievable spread. I had rockmelon, honeydew melon, huge globe grapes and smaller sultana grapes, ladyfinger bananas, yellow plums. I started to choke a bit (I often do) so I took some home with me to shovel in before I had to go to a meeting. I can get the food down, but it doesn't look pretty, so i get embarrassed in public when my swallowing is worse than usual.

Anyway, it was lovely, and the people were so nice.

241. happyture11 February 2012, 12:53 GMT +01:00

Rolfie baby is from Welsh stock,, bet you didn't know that,,,

The food sounds lovely,,,good enough for a queen, im so pleased you enjoyed it, well except for the choking bit, bet your results come back perfeck :O)

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