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Aww, what cuddly little critters
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They do have a high "Awww" quotient, don't they?
These are babies from the zoo, they're native to South Africa. Here's an adult;
Quote: These are babies from the zoo, they're native to South Africa. Here's an adult;
We saw these in the wild couple of years ago in Tanzania. The strange thing about them, is that they're the closest living relative of the elephant....hard to believe when you look at them!
But they make a great photograph....specially the adult.
Awww, the adult is cute too
I want one!
I've read every entry on this subject and finally gave in and had a look at one in a shop on the weekend. I loved the size, the speed and the quietness, but that menu is something to behold. That alone made me put it back on the shelf and forget about it. If Olympus menus become as user-friendly as Canon's I'll definitely be in the market for one. It's a shame. Otherwise fantastic.
After a bit you ignore the menu and set it up how you like from first principles - ie: trial and error
(It was a real shock coming from canon though)
Shooting directly toward the sun with the light reflecting off the sand at Lyme Regis today using the Oly 40-150
Quote: After a bit you ignore the menu and set it up how you like from first principles
It's true. The menu is a bit daunting at first, but you generally don't use it as part of your regular picture-taking routine, so it doesn't really impinge on normal use.
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