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  Sleeping Pads & Cameras
  Posted by: chodups on Jan-30-11 3:43 PM (EST)
 

Thanks for the compliment.

I have been using the Big Agnes Insulated Air Core pad for the past 4 years. It works well for me though I have read reports from some who didn't like it. It takes 13 big breaths to get it inflated to where I normally sleep with it. Product link here: http://bigagnes.com/Products/Detail/Pad/InsulatedAirCore
Action photo here:
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I'm not a camera expert so I offer no advice but I carry two on trips. I've had a Pentax Optio W60 for a couple of years that I carry in my pdf pocket and a Canon PowerShot A510 that I keep dry and only take out on shore now. In my opinion the Canon allows me to take better photos than the Pentax but it doesn't have to deal with waterspots and smudges on the lens.

Jon
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