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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.

698. happyture1 January 2013, 10:19 GMT +01:00

Zactly, Welsh drop bears are far more better looking :O)

699. xymonau1 January 2013, 10:34 GMT +01:00

As is the Welsh in general. Far betterer looking than them zombie roos.

700. happyture3 January 2013, 9:25 GMT +01:00

Sharp intake of breath,,,let me tell you young lady my rugged good looks have been compared to david Sole, Rick wakeman,,, Keith lemon,,,,,Aghhh maybe your right then :O(

701. xymonau3 January 2013, 10:48 GMT +01:00

I dinnet say WORSE lookin', diddeye? David Sole? I only vaguely remember him. Some American. Rick Wakemen - was he on keyboards for Yes? I used to love that album, "Fragile". And I don't know who the last one is.

I have recently been compared to my granddaughter. So there.

702. happyture3 January 2013, 11:52 GMT +01:00

Show off,,,

703. xymonau3 January 2013, 11:57 GMT +01:00

Okay, if yore gunna sulk - you look like her, too. Can't say betterer than that.

704. happyture3 January 2013, 15:05 GMT +01:00

She does smile like you, I noticed that straight away, Ah you know the old saying,,whats in the tree comes out in the branches,,,Do they both like pointy sticks Hummm...........

705. xymonau4 January 2013, 1:49 GMT +01:00

I been trainin' em. We has started on pencils, but they can sharpen 'em wif gusto! When they is big enough to wreak havoc, I'll have the TALK wiffem about pointy sticks. THEN I'll teach 'em to COOK! (eyes bulge maniacally)

706. happyture5 January 2013, 11:49 GMT +01:00

I thought cookin woz natural hinstinckt to women,,born with a bilt in cookery book,,,while us mens are born with the hinstinckt how to open ring pulls, vertical peeing, and noisy farts, yes as you can see us mens are gifted :O)

707. xymonau5 January 2013, 12:19 GMT +01:00

Yer Ma could cook, then?

708. happyture5 January 2013, 13:34 GMT +01:00

Well sort of, everything tasted of tarmac, but bless her heart she'd peddle miles looking for fresh road kill :o)

709. xymonau5 January 2013, 13:39 GMT +01:00

Hunter-gatherers, we is, Mikey, an' yer Ma's no 'ception.

710. happyture5 January 2013, 15:48 GMT +01:00

Zactly, this is wot am sayin, bless her up hill and down dales her peddled night n day, an hime trooly greatful :O)

711. xymonau5 January 2013, 22:18 GMT +01:00

I'm s'prised they HAD cars in your day. Or was the road kill pervided by horse an' buggy? Mostly turtles, wozzit?

712. happyture6 January 2013, 13:32 GMT +01:00

Mostly hinsects that had died of old age, but stewed um up salt n pepper and they woz ho K ...all washed down with fomented Yack pee,, mmm them woz the days ..

713. xymonau6 January 2013, 13:48 GMT +01:00

During yer yoof in the Himalayas, I gather?

714. happyture7 January 2013, 10:18 GMT +01:00

No, but we gets lots of flies :O)

715. xymonau7 January 2013, 13:24 GMT +01:00

An' WHERE zackly does you gets the YAK? AHEM?

716. happyture7 January 2013, 22:07 GMT +01:00

One our annual trek to perroo thats where them yaks live see :O)

717. xymonau7 January 2013, 23:16 GMT +01:00

Hmm - the famous Peruvian yak - also known as an alpaca or llama, perchance?

718. happyture7 January 2013, 23:18 GMT +01:00

Yeah,,thems thems,, smell funny but taste really nice like goat :O)

719. xymonau8 January 2013, 3:25 GMT +01:00

You can't eat something that cute! Not unless it's road kill.

720. happyture8 January 2013, 16:24 GMT +01:00

I used to enjoy rabbit meat, pheasant , nearly all game, but its a little rich for my common palate and has a effect like Hiroshima in the dunny :O)

721. xymonau8 January 2013, 22:53 GMT +01:00

Dunny? DUNNY? A bit too much Home and Away for you, young Mikey!

Rabbit isn't good for you. Pheasant is okay, but I never tasted it. I used to keep them as pets, though. I tried venison once. Urrk!

You're better off without wild food. They have lots of worms and other things. Seriously, with mad cow disease, I'd just never eat red meat if it was here. (It may very well be - at least eventually - but the authorities are money-driven like the rest of the world and are unlikely to tell us until it becomes a plague.)

I hope you're eating some acidophilus yoghurt while you're on the antibiotics.

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