[at-l] Cameras on the trail?
dfaddleton at gmail.com
Mon Dec 5 19:26:32 CST 2011
Olympus Tough tough tuph tuf
Its what clyde carries when he's not passing stones
On 12/5/11, Mark Hudson <mvhudson at gmail.com> wrote:
> I thought I had my camera choices narrowed down (10x optical zoom minimum,
> the ability to manually focus would be nice), but it seems like all my
> choices are limited to cameras with rechargeable batteries. It would have
> been really nice to find some that run off AAs (since you can pick them up
> anyplace), but they're just about extinct.
> So, I just started wondering what other people are carrying on the trail?
> (Cameras, just cameras. No c**l phones, no I-pads...)
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