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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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Hmmm: Upgrades

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It's charging up. Squeeee!
23rd Feb 2006, 20:50  

Helen says:

So that's what you have been plotting.

Hope you make better use of it than I have mine.

23rd Feb 2006, 22:42

Kat says:

ooooooo purdy - treats for you, and treats for ME (still having the old one, right? you haven't changed your mind? ...can you sense the desperation for things of freeness?)
Your picture of train lines on flickr is massively happy-inducing, by the way. I get my kicks where I can.

23rd Feb 2006, 23:52

neel says:

Helen: pish-tush! You make lovely use of your well-gotten gains!

Kat: yep, you'll get your kicks as and when I see fit. And like it.

Mwah-hah-hah-ha!

It has a very spangly camera - so happy!

23rd Feb 2006, 23:55

Helen says:

Sometimes... I think... that my t68i was better. In that it didn't crash when I bluetoothed. And it generally did as it was supposed to when emailing etc.

And it forced me to be very selective about what pictures and how many pictures I took.

Other than that, it was utter rubbish and you could never prize my 750i off me.

Enjoy.

24th Feb 2006, 08:04

neel says:

Ah well, you have something of a point there. I do wonder if we're going to lose the olde-worlde vintage photog charm of early phonecams.

BooToof crashing? Not had any problems so far, with this or my K700/T610. Seems to be doing really well in low light conditions: very impressed.

24th Feb 2006, 11:11

Steve says:

Ah ha so you got the one that actually works in low light..... you lucky swine!

I think the BT problem is with Helens OS rather than her phone, she needs some tiger in her life!

24th Feb 2006, 11:27

neel says:

Really? I ain't gots no Tiger - still only 10.3.9 for cheapskate me.

And it seems to not mind low light that much. Were earlier versions worse, or is it random?

24th Feb 2006, 11:34

Steve says:

A lot of the early version get very "liney?" er well they get lines across the final image.

Hmm maybe it's something else.... ponders....

24th Feb 2006, 11:56

crickson says:

Welcome to the K750i owner's club! May I recommend you also purchase the plug-in flash as it does wonders for low-light pictures.

24th Feb 2006, 13:34

Steve says:

Really! I didn't even know that there was such a thing! I may puchase one of those myself

24th Feb 2006, 13:37

neel says:

I thought it said that it had a flash? Plug-in, eh?

Rather pleased to find a 64MB memory stick duo in it, as well as the internal 32MB. And a USB cable! Bargain.

24th Feb 2006, 13:45

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24th Feb 2006, 13:51

Steve says:

And may I suggest the end to worries that you didn't know you had yet!

24th Feb 2006, 13:53

Helen says:

My low light is fine/great.

I do have a Tiger. Slight memory issues with actually installing it.

And it's the phone that crashes.

24th Feb 2006, 17:27