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More miles with the G3

Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by ripleys baby, Nov 24, 2011.

  1. ripleys baby

    ripleys baby Part time philistine

    Aug 10, 2011
    With the West highland Way walk coming up for me in march I have been doing
    a few local long walks with the G3, to see how it fares in the great outdoors.
    Last week it was here.

    Today was a rather windy 10 miles along a stretch of the Cumbrian Way, Below
    Mungrisedale common and Skidaw.
    When i first got the G3 i had issues with the rear jog dial. I think i've just about got that sorted now. But what has been a real problem for me today, has been the constant inadvertent changing of settings. This camera really needs a way to disable all (or selected) buttons. I would also like to change the movie button
    to function as an ae lock.
    As it is i am having doubts as to use this model, for what is for me, perhaps the last long distance walk (96 miles) i will ever do.
    However i do like this camera a lot, it gives me the quality i need. Its robust.
    And it would maybe make a great Hiking camera in warmer more settled
    climates. Anyway here are 3 from today.
    The first one is what i saw by the banks of a beck. No photographic merit,
    but i had to share it. It choked me a little i will admit
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    Birthday card for the departed by Fungal infection, on Flickr
    The second. Well its Buster again. My main model. He is a little like action man. You can set him up in a pose and usually, he will stay there.:smile:
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    Buster on the Cumbrian Way by Fungal infection, on Flickr
    Just a little scenery now, along the valley that runs behind Skiddaw
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    Sun on Lonscale fell by Fungal infection, on Flickr
    Hope you like them. Thanks.
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  2. tdekany

    tdekany Mu-43 All-Pro

    Dec 8, 2011
    I love your pictures.
  3. spinyman

    spinyman Mu-43 Top Veteran

    Nov 19, 2010
    San Diego
    Very nice.Good use of foreground.
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