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Franco Darioli
(Franco) - M

Locale: Melbourne
UL BP camera , maybe... on 09/24/2010 17:23:48 MDT Print View

Panasonic TS1/2
Finally managed to have a couple of nights out in the snow courtesy of my mate Yair Kellner .
Went up to Mt Sterling at 1749 m , found the most exposed camping site. That also happened to be the most photogenic so we could have some fun testing the tents and taking some pics.
I used a Pana TZ11, Yair his Pana TS1 (now TS2).
As he is a much better photographer , here are some shots from his TS1 :

Mt Sterling 1

Mt Sterling 2

Mt Sterling 3
BTW, both tents did very well, but of course they would cause I pitched them.. (very windy the second night. Fortunately I was inside my drum tight Scarp, Yair was getting a bit slapped inside the Moment but he doesn't care and was cocooned inside his eVent ID bivvy, originally suggested by David Ure (the Family Guy) for Yair's Alaskan adventure)
Franco
Photos : Yair Kellner
About 300 shots per charge

Roger Caffin
(rcaffin) - BPL Staff - MLife

Locale: Wollemi & Kosciusko NPs, Europe
Photos! on 09/25/2010 04:28:50 MDT Print View

Photo 1 - unreal!

cheers

Franco Darioli
(Franco) - M

Locale: Melbourne
UL BP camera , maybe on 09/25/2010 17:11:39 MDT Print View

Thanks.
Very short video clip here :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UT8OME9cwNE
this one is from a Pana TZ11.
Yair shot some clips on AVCHD and some on AVI with the TS1 but have not seen those as yet.
Franco

Michael Davis
(mad777) - F

Locale: South Florida
Re: UL BP camera , maybe on 09/26/2010 07:34:19 MDT Print View

Awesome video! I was getting dizzy just watching it!

Judging from these pictures and video, this is a very nice camera!

I have the Pana DMC-TZ3 (wide angle and 10X zoom) and love it enough to haul it's 9.2 oz around with me. But, this one weighs about 6.5 oz according to Panasonic and still has the wide angle ... hmmmm.

Chris W
(simplespirit) - MLife

Locale: WNC
Re: Re: UL BP camera , maybe on 09/26/2010 07:41:48 MDT Print View

This is the camera (TS1) Ryan used for a lot of his 24 series videos and photos. I also use it when I don't want to lug my DSLR.