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Schalk_F
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Joined: Mon Apr 1st, 2019
Location: Bloemfontein, South Africa
Posts: 44
Equipment: Prologic rods & daiwa reels
Best Catch: 9kg Common Carp, 15.61kg Sharptooth Catfish,
Favorite Fishing Spot: Krugersdrift dam
Boat: n/a
Club: no
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Hi Guys,

Anyone with knowledge of Cameras. Was thinking of buying one to take better photos instead of using my cellphone.

Not too expensive lol

Limpopoking
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Joined: Fri May 14th, 2010
Location: Louis Trichardt, South Africa
Posts: 1383
Equipment: The odd rod and reel with some stringy bits and ...
Best Catch: Swine flu
Favorite Fishing Spot: Linene Moz
Boat: Bandit 380
Club: 14lb
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SLR cameras are great but bulky, and in my personal opinion, only justified for serious photography, particularly when wanting to shoot manual. The modern "point and click" can do a fantastic job with a huge number of settings and occasionally with incredible optical as well as digital zoom. I have 2 "point and click" cameras, a Panasonic Lumix and a Fuji waterproof... Both do an excellent job. The Panasonic was fairly pricey but it's a high end model.

Conishiwa
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Joined: Sat Jul 2nd, 2011
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Posts: 77
Equipment: Rod,reel,line
Best Catch: kob
Favorite Fishing Spot: Strandfontein
Boat: None
Club: No
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How about a Go Pro. You can mount it on your head , chest or on a stand. It is also small and waterproof. You have option to take still and movies.

Schalk_F
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Joined: Mon Apr 1st, 2019
Location: Bloemfontein, South Africa
Posts: 44
Equipment: Prologic rods & daiwa reels
Best Catch: 9kg Common Carp, 15.61kg Sharptooth Catfish,
Favorite Fishing Spot: Krugersdrift dam
Boat: n/a
Club: no
Status: 
Offline
Mana: 
thx Guys