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What in the world is Mr Canon playing at? 23% of the worlds interchangeable lens cameras according to Wikipedia are Compact System Cameras (CSC) with no SLR style swinging mirror box. Canon has one model available in this sector to me in the UK, the EOS M. This was available in October 2012, and has…

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  Last night I had a very brief hurl around the Kilberry road on the Kintyre peninsula and stopped to admire the cloudy Jura view. Just as I do when cycling, I carry my little Canon S95 compact with me so I grabbed a snap. The interesting thing for me is the sheer flexibility of…

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  • Dick

    Wow, quite a dramatic difference.

http://kellymoorebag.com/mens/kelly-boy/kelly-boy-bag-brown.html   I have been using the Kelly Moore “Kelly Boy” camera bag since my girlfriend gave it to me as a gift for Christmas a year ago. In that time I have used the bag a lot. I have carried it casually on social gatherings, shot three weddings with it, and made it my…

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  • All things are clear now: I`m not getting ShootSac, but order Kelly Boy. As for me – much more versatile.
    Thanks for the review!

  This post starts with the confession that I have sold my lovely Panasonic LX3, written about in an earlier post. The LX3 is compact, has a decent sensor for a compact camera, slightly larger than average, and a sensible 10 megapixel file to achieve decent noise performance. Additionally the Leica badged lens, is well…

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    I’m having some fun with the LX3. I don’t use it much but I bought it because I’ve taken up cycle touring and was really worried about my precious DSLR bouncing about on the bike and the mirror getting shaken about. The LX3 is fine in the bar bag.

    I’m really happy with the quality but I have hit a brick wall about one point. My new PC is a 64 bit computer and Lumix RAW files are not supported on 64 bit. There will eventually be a solution to this but I may have to take jpegs meantime.

I don’t often post party snaps, but these were from an evening with some fantastic colleagues, and grabbed with my 500D at ISO 3200. This is a sensitivity that I wouldn’t normally press into service on my 40 D, indeed I think it is an extended setting whereas Canon claim that the 3200 setting on…

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  • I’m interested to see what you think of the 500d long term. I’m thinking of an upgrade from my 400D and am not sure whether to go for the 50D or 500D – is the extra money really going to make that much difference? Canon seem to be bringing out upgrades every few months, so it may be better to hang fire a bit

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