Contour Camera Reviews!


The new Contour +2 versus Contour +1, Contour GPS and Contour Roam.  We own the Contour +1, has a jack for an external mic which works well except all the cables we have for the mic. 

You have to wire yourself.  Our camera is not waterproof but water resistant.  The new +2 apparently is like the Roam with waterproofing built in as well as the external mic jack.  Oiy…these cameras keep coming out even trying to out do themselves.

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My New Panasonic GF3 Camera – Micro Four Thirds


I need to work out the low light issues I am having with this camera.  Can’t seem to figure out how to get more light without using the flash indoors as well as outdoors.  I have not loaded the manual yet thought I could figure this out on my own.  I will be enrolling in a 3 hour class as soon as I can to learn more about this new camera and how to work it better as well as just take awesome pictures.  I am in no way a photographer but I am at the point in my life I really want to learn more.  I will never be great because I lack patience and artistic flare but I can learn to improve. (SLIDE SHOW BELOW)

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BRIDGE CAMERA LINE UP–Reasonably Priced Big Zoom Cameras


Bridge Camera Roundup

By Allan Weitz

Published Fri, 2011-11-18 12:35

B&H Photo, where this info was obtained – click here!  Great website

Despite the growing availability of some impressively small mirrorless digital-camera systems, the market for bridge-style cameras continues to hold its own. If you think about it, it’s kind of cool to know you can purchase a technology-packed digital camera that can capture up to 10 frames per second, HD video with Dolby sound, and sports  a fixed 36x optical zoom lens no less for a few hundred dollars. I take that back. It’s very cool.

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