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HWH,

 

Following your advice on the Lumix, and a wee bit of research; picked up one of the new FZ38s this afternoon. Seems a very impressive piece of kit so far ....hopefully some new pics here soon!

 

Any top tips on a robust bag for it? (I'm trying to find something that is outdoory/mountain as opposed to 'day snapper')

 

Thanks

 

Matt

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Currently I am using one from Aldi , 8" long, 5.5" tall and 5.5" from back to front.

It had a detachable lower part which I gave away to a friend. This item is well padded and has a compartment for extra cards , batteries etc. It has a robust padded handle and a shoulder strap is provided.

Cost was about £8 at the time.

At that time I got one or two extras for prizes at our stalkers shoots but they have all gone now and none have been in stock at Aldi since then.

 

HWH.

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The Hare that didnt even see me in my hide !

 

No i didnt shoot it

 

Wb

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Caterpiller in the Garden with the Finepix

 

Wb

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Yellow mutation of the Australian Turquoisene parrakeet. [ Hen.]

Photo through the aviary wire.

I bred four of them this year, some with more red.

 

HWH.

 

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Picture099.jpg

 

 

 

That's what I was trying to do! It's a blimmin big flower. Magnolia grandiflora in State Capitol Park, Sacramento. The flowers smell like lemons. Lovely things grow to about 15m tall and about as wide with big leathery leaves.

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One of my favourites. A longhorn bull, cow and calf in a wild flower meadow brimming with meadowsweet, vetches, thistles, buttercup etc etc. A farmers nighmare but you could hardly move for the insect life. The bull was a fair old boy.

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