James sent the photos of the roach from earlier in the week - thanks James, cracking roach and brilliant photos - even the Roachman couldn't believe the weight, we reweighed it on James' scales - big frame just no weight to it.
The DSLR camera takes beautiful photos and as I'm in the market for a new camera I did briefly consider getting one, but it's too big, not in keeping with my traveling ultra light, always on the move approach.
I really like the Lumix range of compact cameras (like the one I've just broken), and been looking at the TZ range - already recommended by Mick Newey, and he takes some great photos.
But when I think about what killed previous cameras; water, fish slime and now sand, perhaps I'd be better off with a tough camera and I'm looking at the Lumix DMC-FT5. I'll loose a lot of zoom but hopefully it wouldn't let me down when faced with a special fish...
So what I want is DSLR quality photos, in a compact camera, that's waterproof and hard for me to break! Does anyone any recommendations?