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    Nong Waeng Temple - Khon Kaen, Thailand

    Took the family to Khon Kaen's most famous temple today & made a video.


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    Excellent quality video considering it doesn't appear to be HD ? What camera are you using ? Presumably a camcorder rather than a camera with video function ?

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    Just a little Panasonic DMC-ZS5 digital camera. It has HD capacity-I chose not to upload it as such. Amazing what these little cameras can do these days. Thanks for your comments.

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    My kids like that temple and always want to go to the top but run out of steam about half way and I end up carring them. Also I see all the local big wigs ashes are placed in the wall along the lakes side inner wall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyywalker View Post
    Just a little Panasonic DMC-ZS5 digital camera. It has HD capacity-I chose not to upload it as such. Amazing what these little cameras can do these days. Thanks for your comments.
    Great camera. It was my number 1 option when I was buying mine back in March but in the end as I was a bit short of cash I went for the Sony H20 which is only a shade inferior but at the time was already an old modal so was on sale for 170 pounds.

    As you say, amazing what they can do in the way of video take. All the camera reviewers seem to brush off the video function as just a mere added bonus but when I was buying it I was looking for something with HD capture and a decent zoom.

    As for the temple, I used to live in Khon Kaen a long time ago and remember cycling past it often as I pedaled around the ' bung '. Never went inside though.
    Thanks for sharing.
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