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Christine Whitehead

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  1. Thanks again for all the suggestions. I'll look for the silica and sealable bags. As for dehumidifiers, I did buy these (link below) a few weeks ago. I haven't tried them in the van but judging from the way they perform in the kitchen, I think they will fight a losing battle in the van. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Twin-Pack-Portable-Rechargeable-Moisture-Absorbing-Dehumidifier-Wardrobe-Caravan-/310825999686 Are these similar to the ones you bought? Christine
  2. Thanks everyone. I'll take a good supply of plastic bags and a cool bag & hope they do the trick. Christine
  3. Advice please. I am planning a trip to the Cairngorms later this month and I will be in the Camper Van. I am thinking that camera condensation could be a big problem - cold outside, steamy inside. Does anyone have any tips to keep the problem to a minimum? Christine
  4. You are absolutely right about manuals. For my more recent Sony kit I have purchased e-manuals from Gary Friedman, which I find very good. Searchable pdf format, so much quicker to find the information. http://www.friedmanarchives.com/ebooks/index.htm Christine
  5. I have never met a troll on this site, Richie. Only people who dispense advice - usually good advice. Speaking as someone who seems to be in the QC doghouse at the moment, I just have to remember this - QC work for the site owners, they set the rules. If I don't like the rules I have 2 choices... I wish you future success but here you will have to operate within Alamy's framework. Christine
  6. I agree. I try to keep my mind on the income it brings; that does concentrate attention a bit more. Christine
  7. Ed Do you not have a Nex charger that will fit the RX10 batteries? See David's comment quoted above. Really looking forward to hearing your user report. I'm seriously considering this camera. Christine
  8. Thanks Allan and David. That clarifies the battery thing. Christine
  9. I think it could be a deal breaker for me. My photo trips are usually in a VW camper. Space is a bit restricted for a camera to be tied up to a laptop for long periods at a time, and if I'm not on a campsite - no electricity. Trust Sony to come up with something promising and then shoot itself in the foot! Christine
  10. Just read the review on ePhotoZine. I get the impression that the only way of charging the battery is by using the camera on a usb cable. That sounds a bit restricting if that is the case. Christine
  11. Camping and Caravanning Magazine. Dec 2013. BJAYXR Bigsweir David Cheshire. p82 AR7PE1 Southport marina bridge night Chris Harrison p86 BGPHJX Cheltenham Park Snow Rupert Bryce-Morris p88
  12. Do you use a local expert or do you post the camera to someone? We are certainly a bit lacking in experts aound North Yorkshire.
  13. I can't find such a thing, Mirco. Do you have a part number or link for it? Christine
  14. Thanks David. I will try the extension tube/close up lens route and see if that will solve the problem.
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