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. https://www.mu-43.com/f60/blencathra-via-sharp-edge-18429/ 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 View attachment 183652 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: Buster on the Cumbrian Way by Fungal infection, on Flickr Just a little scenery now, along the valley that runs behind Skiddaw Sun on Lonscale fell by Fungal infection, on Flickr Hope you like them. Thanks.