On Saturday’s group walk in the Black Mountains [you’ll see photos from that, soon], I received a bit of interest in my Leki walking poles, on top of which I recently added the photo adapter attachment.
This is designed for Leki walking poles with the Aergon grip design and I felt it would be timely to write about it.
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Today I’ve been out walking the Severn Way through Gloucestershire and it was a good opportunity to take my new mini tripod with me:
It’s the Cullmann Alpha 380. Flexible, compact and similar to the GorillaPod brand.
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A review of the Olympus ‘Tough’ TG-4 digital camera that I bought in early August 2017.
attending surviving this year’s Port Eliot Festival at the end of July, my second Nikon camera (Nikon S9400) gave up on me and I was left with no choice but to buy something new (the thought of spending another £90 on a second repair in three years seem nonsensical, to me).
I wasn’t keen on the thought of a DSLR, as their bulky (not to mention expensive) and I’d like to use this on my walks, of course. I thought about buying another compact/point-and-shoot/£150 item but, how long would that last, given my track record of breaking them (I’m up to three, now).
So, after reading many reviews and watching the odd video online, I came to the conclusion that the Olympus Tough TG-4 digital camera may be the one for me.
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