Saw you playing yesterday and was going to join - but wanted to make the most of the weather.
Managed to get it and the leather case for £150 very happy with that. Now I just need an SD card case and a battery case -is there such a thing available.
Hurrah new camera time!
The lens is as fast as the x10 - which would be the other one I would buy.
I'm mainly after it for good quality travel camera. Seems to tick most of the boxes apart from a VF.
So still looking at digital compacts and suddenly this appeared.
It has the same sensor as the X10/20 is smaller, shoots RAW and is only around £150. Seems like a good deal doesn't it?
No, just the vast majority of it.
I'll be 56 when I pay mine off (at normal rate) - but I hope not to be a 56-year-old living in a flat in Downham. We'll see.
Ha me and you both.
I hope to be debt free way before that though.
Once the renovations are finished (haha will they ever be I hear you cry) I'll be over paying double on my house.
Thanks guys- looks like a great camera for that sort of money doesn't it!
Will be buying for a trip to California and it'll be my go to camera for hiking too.
Ok so think I've decided on the Lunx LF1 - it shoots RAW is pocket-able and has a VF.
Now amazon has this priced at 279: Panasonic DMC-LF1EB-K Lumix Compact Camera - Black: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics
But Digital Rev (I've never used) has it priced at £170 - which is much more affordable and my price range; digitalrev.com/product/panasonic-lumix-dmc-lf1/MTAwMjY1Nw_A_A?googlebase=1&country=GB&gclid=CNTn0siW6L8CFcbJtAodMnMAbg
Am I being thick - this is exactly the same camera isn't it?
Anything bad to note about Digital Rev?
Cause I'm not doing it ultralight, just light.
Because my new touring bike can take a lots more weight in the front without affecting the handling one bit, I can able to get away with a larger/heavier volume.
I loved the X frame because it does exactly what it said on the tin, you sacrificed a bit of comfort, but not enough to deprived you of your sleep.
The only complain I have about my equipment previously is that I would prefer a more comfortable mattress that'll create a larger gap between my body and the ground thus thus keep me warmer without having to buy those expensive ultralight down sleeping bag (sticking to the Snugpak Travelpak 1).
Awesome sleeping bag there Ed! Using one for hiking.
Ha I'd love to buy an xxl and do just that!
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