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Film & Photography / Re: Olympus TG 4 in Night Scene Mode.
« Last post by tony from suffolk on Today at 01:33:09 pm »
On your recent recommendation Mr OR I bought myself a TG-4, mostly for use when we're in the Lake District (it rains a fair bit there you know...). Anyway, I love it! The fact it can give RAW images is very handy, it takes great pictures, & I like the way when you switch it on it's instantly ready. I bought a floating strap for it for when I get my dighy out on Derwentwater. It's just a lovely thing altogether.
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Bummer. Nearest caving shop to my house and always good service. No more 'Squat N Log' (RLC 1990something).
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Extreme polarisation of opinion leads to conflict and alienation of the majority.
No offence intended to anyone.
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What a refreshing post from Huge, who seems to be one of the silent majority, along with his colleagues, totally fed up with the far too noisy and childish public linen-washing cavers who have nothing better to do that try to score points off each other.

Perhaps it's time a few more cavers stopped sitting on the sidelines and spoke up decrying the attention-seeking and divisive comments that continue to plague the caving world.

Time that a few more cavers started some topics unsullied by insidious poison and demonstrated that most cavers really don't care what a few noisy and prominent posters think.

Well said from one of the majority.
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What a refreshing post from Huge, who seems to be one of the silent majority, along with his colleagues, totally fed up with the far too noisy and childish public linen-washing cavers who have nothing better to do that try to score points off each other.

Perhaps it's time a few more cavers stopped sitting on the sidelines and spoke up decrying the attention-seeking and divisive comments that continue to plague the caving world.

Time that a few more cavers started some topics unsullied by insidious poison and demonstrated that most cavers really don't care what a few noisy and prominent posters think.
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Film & Photography / Re: Olympus TG 4 in Night Scene Mode.
« Last post by The Old Ruminator on Today at 11:31:01 am »
Perhaps those who are enlarging parts of certain caves are doing the right thing. :lol:
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Caving Chat / Re: Caving For The Over 70's
« Last post by moletta on Today at 11:24:14 am »
Re. TV, technology allows us to skip the crap i.e. the off/on button

Re. 60+ caving. I totally agree with the 'don't stop' theory if you want to make it into your 70's. For those of us who haven't been able to cave regularly it's find places which the body can cope with while getting the buzz of being in a cave...and no I don't mean a show cave.
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Wales / Re: Concreting Drws Cefn
« Last post by Rhys on Today at 11:02:12 am »
I can't really suggest anyone. My finger's not on the pulse with activities up there, I'm afraid. I'm sure a man of your means and connections can find a suitable source!
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Film & Photography / Re: Olympus TG 4 in Night Scene Mode.
« Last post by mrodoc on Today at 10:22:03 am »
I have a collection of Chard Carnival shots. One interesting observation on Carnivals is that it gives one a chance to see the obesity epidemic spreading. The proportion of fat majorettes in processions is rising steadily.  I am glad I am retired and no longer running the diabetes clinic as it is going to be bulging in the next 10 years (seems the right adjective :)).
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Film & Photography / Olympus TG 4 in Night Scene Mode.
« Last post by The Old Ruminator on Today at 09:42:40 am »
More praise for this little camera. Took my caving camera to Taunton Carnival last night as it was raining so the Canon 100D stayed at home. You have to wait a few seconds between exposures whilst the camera processes the images but it coped well with the reflections and wet conditions.

















My grandson assists the local police.



I do love my TG 4


Proof that I have a life beyond caving.
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