December 31, 2012
So far I like it, seems like good performance in a small package, and a great lens for a handlheld. I wish the video supported 24 fps, that it had a touchscreen, and that it had GPS.
Champagne in fountain
Versailles in Little Havana
Canon EOS M has 24fps video and a touchscreen
Happy New Year and thank you,
Ellen and Karl
I like this picture.
la multi ani tuturor !
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Sorcova vesela sa traiti sa infloriti ca merii ca perii tare ca piatra iute ca sageata la anu si la multi ani !
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Real cool. Happy new Year!
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You need to give the Panasonic LX7 a shot. It is an amazing camera as well with an amazing lens for a compact.
Wonderful self-portrait. Love the reflection. Simple moments make lasting impressions.
I wish I could test the Sony where you standing – looks beautiful !! Where is it?
So your house is by the beach? I wonder how good it feels to wake up every morning seeing the clear water.
Love it. Great location too!
Where are you?
that sounded creppier then I ment it to be…I just mean its pretty lol
Sorry I am not interested in cameras but your picture is beautiful. I wish I was there
Happy New Year!
Those are the most words I have seen on any of your posts. Why sit on computer geekness? Travel and take pictures of more then food. Either you are lying about your weight or you need to see more natural wonders ion the world.
He is missing someone .
Good picture, hope to see more soon.
. nice picture.
. in my country i said Keren banget
Anything else you’d like to share about the camera? I actually have been tempted to purchase it lately but would like an opinion. Thanks and great post!
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Sony makes the best camera in the world!
I used this camera during my trip to Nordkapp by motorbike… It works great, even on the road with 200 KM/H Nice blog!
I know (I think) what you mean about having GPS. I always need GPS, wherever I am, whatever I’m doing (which, these days, isn’t much: well, I’m 70, you see). Your photographs are amazing, from high elevations to haute cuisine.
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