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I've been buying Canon cameras for years, but when I saw this camera w/kit lens for $249 I thought I'd take a chance. For me, the Holy Grail of photography is a small, lightweight camera that takes photos of SLR quality. This is it. I have never mounted or used the kit lens (14~42mm) that came with this camera, instead I ordered an Olympus 40~150mm to use outdoors with wildlife at my home. This combination has allowed me to get my best ever hummingbird photos, visible at http://hummingbirdphotos.us/ in group 6. Group 1 has photos taken with a Canon 5D for comparison.
Compared to my Canon EOS 5D this is much lighter, smaller, faster and easier to hold for a long time while lurking for hummingbirds.
The autofocus is the fastest I've ever used, and much less prone to hunting constantly in a complex scene. The menus have a certain 1992 look to them, ancient graphic style, but it all works as expected.
With a very high speed SDHC or SDXC card I can take enormous bursts almost without limit.
It is very difficult in bright light to frame a photo using an LCD, I bought the Olympus VF-3 optional add-on viewfinder, which takes the place of the flash on the hotshoe. It provides a very bright, sharp view, albeit with visible scanning lines, but easy to verify framing and focus. Since you are looking through the lens it is a reliable way to setup a shot. That completely solved the issue of shooting in bright light.
I have finally found the sweet spot between big bulky SLRs with thousand dollar lenses, and pocket cameras for $150.
Here is the viewfinder: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005FQSXFI/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
And the zoom lens I like: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0066J6EOU/ref=oh_details_o02_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
And photos with the lens above: http://stevesphotos.org/geek-hill/main.php?cmd=album&var1=Hummingbird-June-2013/
I had psoriasis for over 25 years, mainly it was on my elbows and one knee. In the last couple years I developed a patch on my right leg, about 3 inches wide and 7 inches long. About April of last year, 2003, my psoriasis began getting worse. I had been to dermatoligists and doctors on occasion over the years, but none helped my condition. My brother has had a severe case of psoriasis for many years and has tried many treatments to no avail. My case wasn't real severe, so I just lived with it.
I began researching on the internet about more natural psoriasis treatments when I ran across Dr. Pagano's book, people who had written about it. It made sense to me because no ointments, creams or any external treatments seemed to help anyone that I had read about except for maybe a temporary clearing or partial clearing of symptoms. So I began to follow the diet as best as I could following what I had read on the internet about the diet contained in the book. After about 3 weeks I ordered the book thru Amazon. My psoriasis totally cleared up within 2 months of following the diet very closely. I didn't do the enemas, but had one colonic, which I decided never to do again. My problem was, my skin became VERY itchy and red. My psoriasis was gone, but it seemed I developed eczema. I was under lots of torment and would take a hairbrush to bed to brush my legs as they itched so bad. I would brush them until they hurt so I could sleep. My arms also itched and were red as well as my neck. This continued on for 5 months while I followed the diet pretty close, my wife was so very patient to make sure the meals we had were closely following the diet. I drank about a gallon of filtered water a day.
It was much improved, the itching and redness, by the time 6 months was up, but would not completely go away. One day I became aware of the atmosphere of the job where I work. I am an electrician at an industrial plant where they do metal plating with acids and chemicals. The ventilation is very poor there and even though I don't work near the plating line, the air has these chemicals and acid in it. I took off 10 days over this past Thanksgiving just to get away from breathing that air, to see if that would help. By the time I went back to work my skin was 90% clear. At the end of the first week back, my neck was red, sore and itching and the skin on my hands starting getting red and skin was sore. To make long story short, I quit my job there in February, and now am umemployed and looking for another job. My health is more important than a good job, as you can't buy your health, you have only one life to live. It has been now about 5 weeks away from there, and my skin is totally back to normal, no eczema and no psoriasis, 100% clear.
My conclusion, the psoriais I had was due to an overload of toxins in my body. That was totally clear after 2 months. The eczema, reddening and itching of my skin was the toxins being released. That didn't go away completely because of the chemicals and acids in the air where I worked. If I had not been working it that atmosphere, I'm sure I would have been symptom free of any skin ailment within 3 months. I would advise anyone to do this diet, it may be rough at first, but hang in there, it is worth it. You may wonder in the middle of it, as I did, but hang in there. There were times only sitting in the bath tub would give me relief, and I was at the point of tears a couple times, frustration and desperation, but now that it is over, it was really worth it!! My uncle had psoriasis for years and just died of cancer, of which he had for only a couple of years before it killed him. If you have psoriasis, you have an overload of toxins in your body, get this book and get rid of those toxins. Your psoriasis will clear up and hopefully prevent any worse diseases from developing. I am sold on eating healthy, natural, lots of fresh fruits and vegetables. You will be surprised how following the diet isn't so hard if you are determined to be free of psoriasis!
UPDATE SEPTEMBER 2004 -
It has been about a year now, and I am still totally free of psoriasis. I eat pretty much anything I want, but try and not eat too much of sweets, very little soda pop, junk food, and try to eat more vegetables and salads. So my diet has changed since before psoriasis, but I don't follow the regimented diet in the book now. I would like to maybe follow it very close for one month out of every year just to detoxify.
UPDATE NOVEMBER 12, 2005
Guess where I am working again, yep, same job, been back about a year after being gone a year. Guess what has returned, yep, psoriasis. Also, I am not following the diet closely, so I do have a small amount of it on my elbows and just within a couple weeks, itchy tiny spots on my knees. I suspect an overload of toxins once again in my system. It's just too easy to slip back into old eating patterns, but I do eat many more fresh fruits and veggies than I ever did before. I do notice when I eat a meal with heavy tomatoe content like chili or spagetti, I am very sore (joints) in the morning, so I believe that to be the result of nightshade veggies. I am in excellent health other than this crummy skin condition and sore joints at times. I am not overweight at all and good blood pressure. I think it's time for a permanent job change enviroment and totally cut the ties with that bad air in the plant I am working at again. I thought after being out of there for over a year I would be ok. Oh Well.
Let me start off saying that I have owned a Dyson for almost 6 years. I decided to get another vacuum so I wouldn't have to carry the Dyson upstairs and downstairs all the time. Well, after putting the Shark together, it seemed very light. I was concerned about durability and just how well it would pick up. My fears were put to rest within the first minute! This little thing really sucks up everything! The brush does a great job lifting the carpet fibers, it is easy to manuever, and it is light weight. I love it. The canister is not very large, so it must be emptied more frequently than the Dyson or any other bagged vacuum, but that doesn't bother me. I would definitely buy another.
I did lots of research before buying car seat and stroller and ended up with Peg Perego and I am not disappointed. This car seat is sturdy and I feel safe transporting my LO in it. Even got complemented on it in NICu by nurses while doing the car seat challenge.
What I like about it:
- made in Italy
- nice quality fabrics
- very comfy newborn insert
- easy to install with the base, snaps in
- works great with Peg Perego stroller frame - snaps in, just like in the car base
- very sturdy
- goes up to 30 lb
- nice, big hood
- Pois grey color is nice for a little boy and nice escape from super bright baby colors (hubby appreciates it)
I have read many reviews on this car seat complaining about the weight and I was little concerned. It turns out, it is heavy, but I find it a plus - I know, that my child is safe in it. I am still able to carry it around if needed, but most of the time I use it with the stroller base, so if this is your plan, I highly recommend it.
I think the only thing I don't like about this seat is that the handle is not suppose to be in front of the baby in car mode, so no hanging toys from it to entertain the little one.
Already have recommended to others. I have loaned one to use with a flight-risk fostered Malamute from an abuse case. System is competent, works all the time, has a modern simplicity to both the hardware and the instructions -- meaning it's easy to get dog's location and battery alerts via computer and phone. Very well-done system between hardware and software. EDIT: Corrected misspelling of "battery."