I'm going to New Zealand in April. I'm not exactly sure how I'm going to manage that long traveling. It will take about 21 hours to get where I am going and the longest actual flight is 13 hours. 13 hours in a plane over the ocean. Personally, I don't think they have enough Xanax for me to make it without a panic attack, but I've notified the manufacturer and hopefully it will be in by April.
Seriously - Here is my dilemma. I always have a dilemma don't you know. I have two digital cameras. One is a nice little Cannon Power Shot - its great for snapshots, but not those over-the-top photos you hope to get. The other is a Nikon Coolpix - its a little older but when I bought it, it was 1 step under the digital SLR. It has a lot of options not available in the point and shoot. Unfortunately both are rechargeable batteries. If I buy an extra battery - which one do I get it for? I'm torn. The Nikon is heavy and I won't want to carry it all the time, but it will take really awesome landscapes and when your hiking or on the ferry I guess that's the camera I should have. Suggestions?
My mother, sister and I are off to visit family over there. I have an aunt and 3 cousins and 1 1/2 second cousins. the 1/2 is not born yet it will arrive around the time we get there. OOOHHH! Baby alert. I love newborns. They are all wrinkly and bald. Bald babies are the cutest - its a fact.
Back to the camera - I always seem to lose my train of thought in some random tangent. My other option is to buy another camera that uses disposable batteries. I just don't know.