The Louis Garneau Olympus is a versatile cycling helmet that can be used for either road, recreational/hybrid or mountain biking. Comes with a detachable visor, 25 vents, and a rack and pinion mechanism that allows the ring of the helmet to tighten on t
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Finally got my camera, and played around with it a bit last night. Figured I would give an initial review of it for people that are interested.
Camera: Olympus Tough TG-830
The Good: Shock-proof up to 7ft, Waterproof up to a depth of 35ft, decent photo's
The Bad: Price, "heavy feat ... Read More »
A few shots here from our trip to Chamonix the French Alps. I used the Olympus EPL-3 with the Panasonic 1.7 50mm Lens for pretty much all of the trip. Quite a compact little camera with full manual controls the my bulky SLR has. Have a look through the blog if you are considering a new po ... Read More »
Finally taken the plunge and bought the new olympus OMD EM-5. At the moment I just have the 20mm panasonic 1.7 lens. Fits really easilly into the camelback and there are some real nice lenses available for this little pocket rocket. I have a few test images on the blog which can be reached [URL="htt ... Read More »
At lower loop, I'm almost positive this morning... :sad: Didn't realize it until now but I thought I heard thump going down near the first water bar. Long shot, but would you let me know if you come across silver Olympus µ? It's about 5 years old, but still takes pretty nice picture. Thanks!Read More »
OK, I know this thread makes next to no sense in the 29er forum, but I bought a camera (E420) based on a thread here.
SO, E420 users, what are you using for a bag? I have the pancake lense and I bought a Loweprowe Mini, but its still about two sizes too big. It makes having such a small camer ... Read More »