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Summer Adventure in the Lakes

Graham Hadaway - Monday, July 27, 2015


 

 

Summer time is when the Lakes really come alive, with all kinds of action and adventure on offer around the area that take full advantage of the fantastic scenery. Below we’ve listed some of our favourite activities to make the most of your summer adventure in the Lakes.


Go Ape

Situated nearby, in the picturesque Grizedale Forest, this adventure is perfect for the inner-Tarzan in you as you find yourself crossing obstacles from high in the tree-tops, flying down huge zip wires, and taking the leap off Tarzan swings.

 

Whether you’re an adventurer at heart or not, the thrill and excitement from each challenge will be enough to keep driving you on to the next obstacle, encapsulating some breath-taking views across one of the Lakes most awe inspiring areas.

http://goape.co.uk/days-out/grizedale


Ghyll Scrambling

One of the Lake District’s premier summer time activities, Ghyll Scrambling (or Gorge Walking) is the perfect way to take advantage of the many mountain streams the area has to offer to cool off in an exciting and active way.

 

Starting at the foot of a gorge, you’ll follow that stream all the way up by climbing the waterfalls, jumping into pools of water, and sliding down the streams.

 

Various companies around the Lakes offer Ghyll Scrambling experiences in some of the area’s most picturesque becks and crofts, with safety equipment and waterproofs provided.

 

Off-Road Driving

If you want to discover the Lake District from a different angle, why not see it from a Jeep 4x4 as you traverse rough and rocky off-road terrain on some of the most exciting and challenging routes available.

 

Kankku offer a variety of experiences – from guided tours and self-drives to bring your own 4x4 and challenge expeditions. Slow and steady is the name of the game with this activity, allowing you to soak in some of the peace and tranquillity of the Lake District’s fells while you drive up and over steep trails.

http://www.kankku.co.uk/index.html


Honister Slate Mine

The Lake District is home to the UK’s only Via Ferrata - a climbing experience utilising a series of metal cables, rungs and ladders - which follows the Honister’s old slate mining route from top to bottom.

 

This process of traversing the old mining route is at once a great history lesson but also gives you the opportunity to see some of the most amazing vistas the Lakes has to offer, topped off by one of the most breathtaking views at the top.

 

The ascent is fully guided and is perfect for people of all climbing abilities. Truly one of the Lake District’s biggest thrills.

http://www.honister.com/


​ Cute Quaint Cafes Perfect for Afternoon Tea

Graham Hadaway - Monday, July 20, 2015


If there’s one thing the Lake District does well it is boutique. Whether you’re in Windermere, Bowness, Ambleside or any of our other picturesque towns, you’ll see a great variety of sole traders, unique shops, and organic food markets.

 

The centrepiece of any town or high street is a great place to rest and relax for afternoon tea, and the Lake District has some of the best around.

 

Below we’ve listed some of our favourites from around the local area to check out when you come to the Cranleigh.

 

Low Sizergh Barn

This family run farm, based in Kendal, is the epitome of home grown – their delicious cheeses are all produced from the farms cows. In fact, Windermere Ice Cream Company make all their flavours using the farms milk so chances are you’ve tasted their produce without even realising it!

The jewel of the shop however is their tea room. Situated on the top floor of the farm, the tea room seats 75 and has a delicious menu filled with locally sourced treats – everything from Low Sizergh Farm free range egg mayonnaise to homemade cakes and pots of Lakeland loose leaf tea.

http://www.lowsizerghbarn.co.uk/


Blackwell Tea Room

Situated on the road into Bowness, the Blackwell Tea Room is part of the Blackwell Arts and Crafts House – a unique and historic part of the Lake District’s art scene.

Although the Blackwell Tea Room is a bit on the small side and can fill up very quickly, their selection of gourmet open sandwiches and cakes are to die for. With the grounds overlooking both Lake Windermere and Coniston’s fells, it is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the natural beauty the Lake District has to offer.

http://www.blackwell.org.uk/


Hazelmere Café and Bakery

Located at the opposite end of the Lake District, the Hazelmere Café can be found in the quaint Victorian seaside resort of Grange-Over-Sands - one of the areas true hidden gems.

Hazelmere emphasise locally sourced and seasonal foods made from scratch and to their original recipes, offering over 40 types of tea, artisan breads, a variety of mouth-watering cakes and sweets, as well as savouries such as steak and kidney pie and Cumberland sausage rolls. You are truly spoiled for choice so luckily they offer a takeaway service if you can’t make your mind up.

http://www.hazelmerecafe.co.uk


St Martins Tea Room

Based just a stone’s throw from the Cranleigh, St Martins Tea Room is one of Bowness’s true hidden gems.

Offering delicious cream tea’s, mouth-watering scones, an ever-changing special’s menu, and a warm and friendly staff, the tea room is a great place to stop for a relaxing break from the sights and sounds of the town.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/St-Martins-Tea-Room-Grill/225077064177500#_=_


5 Picturesque Lake District Cycle Routes

Graham Hadaway - Monday, July 13, 2015

 

With the sun shining off Lake Windermere and the tourist season in full swing, you may want to take a couple of hours away from the hustle and bustle to explore the Lake District in more detail.

 

Whether you plan to bring your bikes with you when you come to stay or you’re contemplating hiring them, below we’ve highlighted some of the most picturesque cycle routes on offer near to the Cranleigh.

 

Windermere’s Western Shore

Sandwiched between the lake’s edge and the Claife Heights area, this moderate route starts and finishes at Windermere railway station and covers quiet country lanes and well graded off road cycle tracks over its 14 miles.

 

Halfway along the route you’ll see the stark impressive grounds of Wray Castle, which is the perfect setting for a quick breather and drinks.


Time to complete: 2-3 hours

 

Troutbeck and Staveley

If you want to see more of what the lakes have to offer, away from our base in Bowness, then this moderate route allows you to take in great views of Lake Windermere.

 

Passing through the neighbouring villages of Troutbeck and Staveley, the route begins and ends at Bowness’s Ferry Nab car park and covers a distance of 19 miles, taking full advantage of quiet back lanes and cycle paths.

 

Time to complete: 2-4 hours

 

Claife Heights and Hawkshead

Revisiting Lake Windermere’s western shore once again, this route requires you to take the ferry from Bowness over to Claife Heights in order to explore the area.

 

The initial part of the 12 mile route is an off-road track which takes you to Wray Castle before the network of cycle and village lanes are opened up. This reveals the beautiful village of Hawkshead and, if Lake Windermere is too busy for your liking, you can check out the tranquil bliss of Esthwaite Water.


Time to complete: 2-4 hours


Lake Windermere

If you want to go the extra mile and ride a route that shows you everything Lake Windermere has to offer, this 22 mile trip is the one for you.

 

Starting from Windermere railway station, this route follows the eastern shore of the lake along a variety of country lanes – allowing you to take in all the sights and sounds that have served as inspiration to some of our most famous poets and artists – before turning off at Newby Bridge and following the west side of the lake up to the ferry port.


Time to complete: 3-5 hours

 

Beatrix Potter Trail

If Bowness’s Beatrix Potter museum has piqued your interest, and you want a cycle route that encompasses some historical points of interest while showing you some of the best views the lakes has to offer, this trail is for you.

 

Starting the journey by crossing the lake on the ferry, this 11 mile route takes you along country lanes and bridleways towards Hill Top where Beatrix Potter wrote some of her most famous stories.

 

Time to complete: 2-3 hours


The Essential Colours for Your Summer Wardrobe

Graham Hadaway - Monday, July 06, 2015

 

With the weather heating up and summer in full swing, it won’t be long before the garden party invites will be flowing in or you’ll be preparing for a relaxing and glamorous weekend away.

 

Key to how you choose to rest and relax is looking stylish and on-trend while doing it. With this in mind we’ve collected some style tips to boost your summer wardrobe, bringing you this seasons essential colours straight from the catwalk.


Aquamarine

A relaxing and soothing colour, aquamarine is a delicate shade that can be mixed and matched with anything from blues to beige in order to form some glam combinations.

 

You’ll see aquamarine in a range of guises this summer - from flowing dresses to playsuits - and combing them with other bright and light tones will keep you looking full of verve in the summer heat.

 

Brings to mind: Refreshing dips in the water.

 

Strawberry Ice

If accentuating your femininity is one of your major requirements this summer, this colour is perfect for your wardrobe. The pale pink tones are cool, flattering, and compatible with almost anything.

 

Whether it’s a beautiful floor-length dress or a wide-legged jumpsuit, you’ll find this shade is reminiscent of some of the best things about summer.

 

Brings to mind: Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri’s


Mellow Yellow

What better colour for a hot summer day? This energising and subtle shade of yellow brings to mind sun, warmth, and fun times, ensuring you’re the most radiant person in the room.

 

Whether your style is vintage or modern, you’ll find this colour is the perfect addition to your summer wardrobe.


Brings to mind: Lazy days in the sun

 

Lucite Green

A darker option that maintains the subtlety of Aquamarine, Lucite Green’s minty and fresh colour can be found across the board of this summer’s clothes whether you’re looking at heels and leggings or blouses and handbags.

 

From full shape to tight fitting, you’ll find this cool and refreshing shade available in any style you want to try - flawlessly complimenting blue toned clothing and accessories.

 

Brings to mind: Mojito’s in the garden

 

Tangerine

If making a style impact is more your thing this summer, look no further than this bright and bombastic colour.

 

Bringing to mind all the care-free fun of the seventies, this energising shade of orange looks great as a crop-top or high-waisted skirt and provides an attractive combination with the more subtle Strawberry Ice option.

 

Brings to mind: Sunsets by the pool

 

Each of this seasons essential colours highlight some of the best things about summer, helping you to create memories to last.

 

Why not create them here with us, in one of our three luxurious locations?


10 Must Visit Events in July and August

Graham Hadaway - Monday, June 29, 2015

As Spring turns to Summer, the Lake District really comes to life with all kinds of fun and adventures on offer around the area.

 

Below we’ve collected 10 of the biggest and best events for our guests to enjoy. Which will you be visiting when you come to stay at one of our three luxurious locations?

 

Skelton Agricultural Show – 4th July

Based at Hutton-in-the-Forest, Skelton Show is one of the largest country village shows in the area, regularly pulling in crowds of 10,000 people annually.

 

The show has a large selection of events and over 100 trade stands.

www.skeltonshow.com

 


A Day with Wordsworth’s Manuscripts – 11th July

One for the scholarly among you, this unique workshop opportunity at Grasmere’s famous Wordsworth Museum gives you privileged access to 200 year old manuscripts and first editions.

http://www.wordsworth.org.uk/attend-events/2015/07/11/a-day-with-wordsworth-039-s-manuscripts.html

 


King Pocky's Derwentwater Regatta – 11-12th July

Returning for its third year of mayhem, this extraordinary event draws thousands of visitors down onto the shores of Derwentwater to get wet and wild.

 

The event offers a wide range of activities from larking around on the lake in a bathtub to kayak and rowing taster sessions plus traditional summer fair rides, stalls and competitions.

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/borrowdale/visitor-information/article-1355835657851/

 


Summer Beer Festival – 16-19th July

One of the things the Lake District has become famous for over recent years is its craft breweries.

 

With over 70 beers being exhibited, all from independent innovative breweries, come and see what the fuss is about.

https://www.hawksheadbrewery.co.uk/

 


Lakes Chilli Festival – 18-19th July

For the hot-heads among you, the Lakes Chilli Festival offers the tastiest and spiciest chilli products from around the globe going hand in hand with a huge selection of ales and cocktails.

http://www.thelakeschillifest.co.uk/


Coniston Country Fair – 19th July

Set on the stunning shores of Coniston Water, this traditional Lakeland show offers an insight into traditional Cumbrian life and entertainment.

 

Whether it’s fell-racing up Coniston Old Man, falconry displays, terrier racing, or Westmorland wrestling there’s something to entertain everyone.

http://www.conistoncountryfair.co.uk/

 

 

Potfest in the Park – 24-26th July

If you’re looking for some unique gifts to take home after your stay with us, this is a great event to visit as it brings together some of the most creative clay makers from all over the UK and Europe.

http://www.potfest.co.uk/potfestpark.htm

 

Cumbria Steam Gathering – 25-26th July

Entering its 43rd year, this annual event brings together the country’s most spectacular steam engines, vintage commercial vehicles, classic cars, and motorcycles.

http://www.steamgathering.org.uk/

 

 

Kendal Calling – 30th July-2nd August

One of the biggest independent festivals in the UK, Kendal Calling has gone from strength to strength since its launch in 2006.

 

This years festival is headlined by James, Elbow, and Snoop Dog.

http://www.kendalcalling.co.uk/

 

 

Living History Week – 23-31st August

Set in the stunning grounds of Muncaster Castle, this event lets you live, eat and even fight in the past – from Vikings to War of the Roses, some of England’s most important events are brought to life for your entertainment.

http://www.muncaster.co.uk/special-events/summer-fun


Top 10 Gastro Pubs/ Restaurants in the Lake District: Part 2

Graham Hadaway - Monday, June 22, 2015
                 

Over the past few years the food in Cumbria has come on leaps and bounds. In fact, today, it could be argued that the Lake District is home to some of the best eateries in the country. Fine dining is no longer offered only at the secluded, upmarket country hotels and professional city restaurants.

 

Local produce is hugely important and therefore features heavily on the menus of the smallest cafés and the most renowned restaurants alike.

 

Following on from our previous post, we’re delighted to bring you the second half of our top ten gastro pubs and restaurants from all over the Lakes.

 

The Jumble Room

 

If something a little quirky is right up your street then Grasmere’s The Jungle Room is, not only the place to be, the best foody offering by a country mile. This place is full of heart and soul, you can expect a warm welcome from husband and wife team and an eclectic mix of styles, with bright colours, amazing prints, homely jazz and blues and food served on plates that rarely match. The menu is just as wild and varied as the décor, so you can expect everything from crab crostini and lamb bibotie, to the classic fish and chips.

 

Punch Bowl Inn

 

With a growing reputation deeming it one of the best pubs in Windermere, the Punch Bowl Inn is a great mix of the old and the new. Serving up fresh, hearty, homely grub, you can expect a menu of beef bourgignon with mountains of creamy mash and juicy steaks with thick-cut chips, the food is perfect for conquering a cold day in the Cumbrian countryside.

 

The Pheasant Inn

 

Comfort is key at The Pheasant. Steeped in history on the edge of Bassenthwaite Lake, there really is something special about it, like a pair of your favourite old slippers. This place has something for everyone and the perfect seating spot to suit all moods; whether you’re in the mood for a formal feast in the smart dining room, or an unfussy drink at the bar with some great bar-side snacks, there’s a place with your name on it at The Pheasant Inn.

 

The Masons Arms

 

Perfect for those of you looking for a challenge, this beautiful pub is perched high on a steep hillside, slightly east of Windermere – don’t worry, you can still make it if you don’t fancy the climb – and offers stunning views for a lunch or dinnertime lookout.

 

Low ceilings, beams and secret nooks and crannies, create a cosy, period atmosphere, steeped in history and perfect for all the family. The menu is packed full of home-cooked food, using fresh, local produce to create enviably hearty dishes.

 

Gillam’s

 

If a day-time treat is what you’re in search of, Gillam’s old tea-room, established in 1892, is possibly the most charming place you will ever visit. Beautifully carved wooden tables perfectly complement the beamed ceiling and the courtyard out back is just something else, the perfect hideaway.

 

The Lake District really is beautiful, but that’s no secret, so when you come to stay, be sure to pay a visit to at least one of our top ten. You won’t regret it.


Fashion Insider: Must-Know Secret Fashion Brands

Graham Hadaway - Monday, June 15, 2015


 

Every wardrobe needs to have at least a few special pieces to highlight your own unique sense of style. However, a fabulous wardrobe should contain nothing other than a collection of statement pieces with the wow factor. If you’re sticking purely to the well-known brands you’re depriving yourself of the ocean of high-end, low profile fashion brands that are out there.


Not all fashion brands feel the need to advertise their wares, in fact some prefer to rely solely on a modest number of returning clientele, keeping their products a secret from the majority of the population. Here, we’re about to blow these secrets, so take a look at some of fashion’s best kept secrets:

 

GOAT

If your wardrobe is lacking in a high quality go-to piece then Goat is certainly a worthy option. Goat is a British brand that prides itself on crafting high quality, timeless pieces that can be worn in virtually any setting. Their impressive selection of simply cut blouses, coats and dresses are an absolute must-have in any design-savvy wardrobe.

 

DESA

Desa has been designing luxurious leather bags, totes and shoes for over 30 years. During that time they have made bags for Marc Jacobs and McQueen, as well as premium French, English and Italian houses. Today they have stores throughout London where you can select the perfect handbag to make you the envy of your mates, and spoil yourself with some timeless leather flats while you’re at it.

 

PERIDOT LONDON

Founder Rachel Wilson is known for creating versatile fashions that can serve as a fashion building block or easily stand on their own. Each of her collections is based around seasonal colours and fine fabrics rather than theme, to ensure the garments feel as lovely as they look. Her seemingly exclusive brand holds the timeless look of London that can be comfortably worn by women of any age, shape or size.

 

TIBI

If your radiant sense of style has a playful side, it’d be a crime to not check out the fun and sophisticated collections from TIBI. Brilliant fashion designer Amy Smilovic passionately transforms modern elegance with bright playful colour schemes to create a variety of sleek and lively looks that can be worn conservatively around the office or accessorised to wear out in an evening.

 

MADELEINE THOMPSON

Do you love the luxurious look and feel of fine cashmere? Of Course you do. The perfect cashmere wrap is not easy to come by unless you’ve heard of Madeleine Thompson. She designs practical, high fashion pieces from only the finest cashmere fabrics to deliver the ultimate wardrobe must haves.

 

Complete your summer getaway with some choice purchases from some of these great, hidden brands.

 


Top 10 Gastro Pubs/ Restaurants in the Lake District: Part 1

Graham Hadaway - Monday, June 08, 2015


Not only is it the home of spectacular scenery, charming towns and a wealth of adventurous pursuits, the Lake District is a great destination for foodies. Here’s Part 1 of our guide to the top 10 gastro pubs and restaurants around the Lakes.

 

The George & Dragon in Clifton, close to Penrith was named Cumbria Life Magazine’s Dining Pub of the Year 2014, and rightly so. Offering period surroundings reflecting close links to the Lowther Estate, enjoy the blackboard of daily specials majoring on locally sourced ingredients prepared with a European twist. Best to reserve a table so you don’t miss delights such as Lowther venison liver with truffle potatoes or Askham pork with cabbage, pancetta and spring onions.

 

You’ll need to forward plan to eat at the Drunken Duck Inn – billed as the Lakes’ original gastro pub - either to make sure you beat the lunchtime queues or book way in advance to bag a highly-prized table for dinner. Located high up between Coniston and Hawkshead, this gorgeously rustic dining spot offers restaurant standard food, washed down with ales from the in-house Barngates Brewery.

 

Michelin stars and mountains

 

Fans of experimental cuisine will revel in the spectacle – and the food – on offer at L’Enclume , Simon Rogan’s Michelin-starred palace of modern British cuisine in Cartmel. Dishes here are based on seasonal ingredients, often foraged locally, and while presentation may bring Heston Blumenthal to mind (comparisons are often drawn), you’ll find a traditional dish behind the creation on your plate.

 

Michelin stars and stunning fell views combine with fine dining at Holbeck Ghyll, Windermere, one of the most sought after dinner venues in the Lakes. The popularity of this restaurant has increased since it featured on BBC2’s The Trip, but the reputation is well-deserved. The food here has a definite French influence, which you’ll enjoy in the civilised surroundings of the oak panelled, bay windowed dining room overlooking our own Lake Windermere.

 

Fish for the fifth!

 

Fifth on our list of top 10 Gastro pubs and restaurants in the Lakes is Hooked, in Windermere Town, which offers diners first-class fish and seafood on its seasonally sensitive menu. Treats include hake with puy lentils and salsa verde, black bream with tomato risotto, lemon sole with caper butter, and local specialities such as Morecambe Bay shrimps and local rainbow trout.

 

Tune in next week for our part two of the must visit gastro pubs and restaurants in the Lakes.


The Best Walks in the Lake District

Graham Hadaway - Monday, June 01, 2015

 

Going to the Lake District and not heading out on the fells is almost a cardinal sin. The Lake District is known for its amazing peaks and walks the provide those willing to tackle them, with some amazing views in return.

 

Here, we’ve come up with some of our favourite routes, for you to try out during your visit:

 

Blencathra 

With Blencathra you get plenty more than you bargained for because it’s several mountains in one. The fan of ridges that Blencathra has on offer mean that you can create a walk to suit you. Whether you’re a novice or a pro, you can tailor your walk to the experience you desire.

 

Grasmere 

If rugged crags are your thing, then Grasmere will provide the perfect walking location, because they really are endless. Each time you think you’ve reached the end of a huge stretch, you’ll see another peeping through the corner of your eye. What makes this place even better is the impressive views you get from the top of a very steep descent into Easedale.

 

Red Screes 

If you want to be able to see the tops of the hills and mountains you could have climbed, then Red Screes is an enviable vantage point. The views you’ll get from here are not to be sniffed at – you certainly won’t be disappointed.

 

Bleaberry Fell 

On a fine day, particularly in the summer, Bleaberry Fell is the place to be. This is a great walk if all you’re looking for is a steady plod to the top, with a panoramic thrill after your hard work. At the top of this steady climb, surrounding mountains and lakes will be there to greet you, and you’ll be faced with a clear track and the sight of your next challenge, High Seat. This is a great path to take, with heather and grass covering the track on your journey to the magnificent viewpoint on offer at the High Seat summit.


Most wanted compact cameras this year

Graham Hadaway - Thursday, May 28, 2015

Wherever you decide to go away this year, a camera is an essential companion. Whether you’re a pro photographer or a beginner merely looking to capture some great holiday memories, no one wants to take a bulky DSLR away with them, it’s just not practical. So, we’re here to give you the low down on the best compact cameras this summer, and don’t worry, we’ll be covering all budgets.

 

A ‘compact’ camera, to most people, is one that fits nicely into their pocket or bag. It doesn’t weigh too much, take up too much room, or need an entire kit of tripods and lenses to be carried about with it. Technically though, a compact camera is one with a non-removable lens. When you’ve got luggage restrictions to worry about though, we know you’re unlikely to want to carry a DSLR-style bridge camera around with you, which is why we’ve limited this list to the real compact cameras.

 

High-end – £700

 

The Panasonic LX100 is classic in looks, but has all the essential features a top of the range compact camera needs. Here are the stats:

 

Sensor: Micro Four Thirds, 12.8MP

Lens: 24-75mm, f/1.7-2.8

Monitor: 3-inch, 921K dots

Viewfinder: Yes

Continuous shooting: 11fps

Movies: 4K

User level: Expert

 

For an expert photographer it’s very rare they’ll put down their DSLR. They obviously want their photos to be amazing quality regardless of whether they’re trying for a close up of a rare bird or a shot of their best mate acting the fool in a dingy. However, there are some occasions when the big camera needs to stay at home.

 

On these occasions, it usually means putting up with a smaller sensor, but Panasonic have somehow managed to cram a CSC-sized Micro Four Thirds sensor into a tiny, pocket-sized camera body. This really is a professional camera, and although it’s a lot more in terms of price, it’s unique and full of the quality you’d expect from a standard camera.

 

Mid-range - £300

 

The Fuji X30 is small, compact and packed with features, but what’s important is that budget-wise, it’s much more affordable.

 

Sensor: 2/3-inch X-Trans, 12MP

Lens: 28-112mm, f/2.0-2.8

Monitor: 3-inch tilting, 920K dots

Viewfinder: EVF

Continuous shooting: 12fps

Movies: 1080

User level: Intermediate/Expert

 

If you want a top quality camera but don’t have a fortune to spend, this is the model to go for. Although it’s by no means the priciest or the fanciest model out there, it’s a camera that’s solidly made, has an amazing electronic viewfinder and punches well above its weight when it comes to sensor size. Give it a go for yourself, you’ll certainly not be disappointed.

 

Affordable - £70

 

If cost is the biggest factor in the hunt for your new camera then you can’t go wrong with the Sony W800.

 

Sensor: 1/2.3-inch, 20.1MP

Lens: 26-130mm, f/3.2-6.4

Monitor: 2.7-inch, 230K dots

Viewfinder: No

Continuous shooting: 0.5fps

Movies: 720

User level: Basic

 

There is a very fine line between cheap, stylish and functional, and plain rubbish – not to worry, the W800 is very much on the side of cheap and stylish. With more than 20 megapixels and 5x zoom capacity, it produces images that are more than satisfactory for a holiday pocket camera. The styling and quality are a cut above when you consider the price bracket, you really won’t find a camera like this from any other manufacturer.

 

With all of this in mind, whether you opt for the high-end, professional Panasonic or the more budget and family-friendly Sony, you’ve got all you need to know about this year’s greatest pocket cameras regardless of your spend.



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