What I would give to have these: books and sun. WOW.
We already own an SLR (a Rebel xTi) so getting a point and shoot can be called needlessly necessary. But hey, I want this and there is no point denying me when I want something.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS3 Specifications
- Image Sensor: 10.9mm. 9.1 million effective pixels.
- Lens: Leica DC Vario-Elmar f3.3/4.7-47mm. 28-280mm (35mm equiv). 4x digital zoom.
- Focus Range: Wide/tele 50cm/200cm-infinity.
- Metering: Intelligent Multiple; centre-weighted; spot.
- Image stabilization: MEGA O.I.S.
- Image Sizes (pixels): 4:3 Aspect Ratio: 3456×2592, 3072×2304, 2560×1920, 2048×1536, 1600×1200, 640×480. 3:2
- Aspect Ratio: 3552×2368, 3072×2048, 2560×1712, 2048×1360 pixels. 16:9 Aspect Ratio: 3712×2088, 3072×1728, 2560×1440, 1920×1080.
- Movie Clips: 4:3 aspect ratio: 640×480 pixels, 320×240 pixels at 10 fps/30 fps.16:9 aspect ratio: 848×480 pixels at 10/30 fps. HD 16:9 aspect ratio: 1280×720 at 15/30fps.
- File Formats: JPEG, QuickTime Motion JPEG, AVCHD Lite.
- ISO Sensitivity: Auto, 100 to 6400.
- Shutter Speed: 60-1/2000 second.
- Flash: Auto, auto/red-eye reduction, forced on and forced off, slow sync/red-eye reduction.
- Flash Range: Wide/tele 60cm/1.0m to 5.3/3.6m.
- Power: Rechargeable lithium ion battery, AC.
- Weight: 214 g (minus battery).
- Dimensions: 103.3×59.3×36.5 WHDmm.
- Price: At the time of publishing this review the Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS3 is currently $378.10 USD on Amazon.
But I love me some good ole tradition of 4-leaf clovers and shamrocks.
When I was little, my mother had this tradition down to the letter. And she is not even Irish!
We would often wake up and find that a tricky leprechaun had snuck in our house again! He turned furniture and picture frames upside down, toilet papered the inside of our house AND the inside of our car, he left his magical leprechaun dust all along the windowsill, he turned our toilet water AND our apple juice green, and he stuck googly eyes all over our bathroom mirror! But he was also nice enough to leave behind rainbow candy (skittles), gold candy (toffee), gold coins (pennies), shamrock cookies and some fresh school and art supplies (leprechauns care about education you know…. )
Too bad I didn’t start that tradition with my kids.
Just one of those things that you tuck in and try to forget called regrets.
Here’s a fun little tool to play with – make your own candy hearts with the Acme heart maker.