Post a photo of you using a GPS!

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#21 Post by unclediy » Fri Aug 29, 2008 4:12 pm

cruiser wrote:Aren't you driving on the emergency lane???
I'm waiting for the Lumix DMC FZ28 ... almost bought the FZ18 last week until they told me to wait as the new upgrade is superb!!!
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I wasn't driving at that time. Just pulled over to the left on emergency lane to snap pics.
If u like Panasonic [with Leica optics] try the new LX3, it is one of [if not] the best compact digicam...
: http://www.dpreview.com/news/0807/08072 ... niclx3.asp

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#22 Post by cruiser » Sat Aug 30, 2008 1:48 am

unclediy wrote: I wasn't driving at that time. Just pulled over to the left on emergency lane to snap pics.
If u like Panasonic [with Leica optics] try the new LX3, it is one of [if not] the best compact digicam...
: http://www.dpreview.com/news/0807/08072 ... niclx3.asp

:tq: Brudder... that was a VERY good review and perhaps a timely suggestion too... :good:

Will now reconsider this new intro by Lumix as it does resolve the compactness which i am keen to sustain... the FZ28 was about to expand my "bulgy" option with a camera that cannot otherwise remain discrete....anymore. :mrgreen:

Unlike the Lumix DMC FZ28 which comes without a hot shoe, I now favor the LX3 which has a hot shoe thus providing more options as well... like this GPS data receiver and this sets out a new dimension for pin-pointing the history of the snap. Click HERE to see the demo.


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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#23 Post by unclediy » Sun Aug 31, 2008 11:17 am

cruiser wrote:Will now reconsider this new intro by Lumix
Broer,
Ik hoop u juist chioce zult maken om van de fotografie te genieten. Ik denk Leica 24mm lense op Panasonic veel beter zijn dan de meeste gelijkwaardige lenzen op populaire digitale SLR. Ga voor het. :D

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#24 Post by SOSweet » Sun Aug 31, 2008 11:44 am

unclediy wrote:Broer, Ik hoop u juist chioce zult maken om van de fotografie te genieten. Ik denk Leica 24mm lense op Panasonic veel beter zijn dan de meeste gelijkwaardige lenzen op populaire digitale SLR. Ga voor het. :D
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Bro unclediy, I am not against ppl posting using either Malay or Chinese, but if other can't understand what you write, it defeat the purpose of posting. I think, if possible, include English version in posting will reach more readers.
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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#25 Post by unclediy » Sun Aug 31, 2008 11:50 am

SOSweet wrote:I am not against ppl posting using either Malay or Chinese
My post means something like this in simplified chinese

兄弟,我希望您将做正确chioce享用fotography。 我认为在Panasonic的Leica 24mm lense好然后大多在普遍的数字式SLR的等效透镜。 去为。

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#26 Post by SOSweet » Sun Aug 31, 2008 2:27 pm

Bro unclediy, so you are more than bilingual. =D> =D> =D> :thumbsup: :prayer:
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#27 Post by singawon » Sun Aug 31, 2008 3:11 pm

Here's one before set off.... :mrgreen:
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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#28 Post by trajet2b » Sun Aug 31, 2008 3:36 pm

bro singawon, how do you find Garmin Mobile PC? I assume to be much better than nRoute but more cumbersome than GMXT.

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#29 Post by singawon » Sun Aug 31, 2008 3:56 pm

trajet2b wrote:bro singawon, how do you find Garmin Mobile PC? I assume to be much better than nRoute but more cumbersome than GMXT.
I think you are right, too huge a one to handle unless i can get mount that can fix like those police car did, if not the big screen gonna block my view in front.

The grahic is definitely better than nrounte and one plus points is TTS is availble... :thumbsup: But due to the low volume setting of my laptop, i hardly can hear the voice prompt.. :hair:

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Re: Post a photo of you using a GPS!

#30 Post by SOSweet » Sun Aug 31, 2008 4:03 pm

singawon wrote:*SNIP*..... But due to the low volume setting of my laptop, i hardly can hear the voice prompt.. :hair:
Bro singawon, why don't you raise the volume ? :-?
Why suffer when you can simply rectify it ? :-? :-? :-?
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