Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Photos Ramsgate and Broadstairs old and new

 Interesting to compare the Harbour Parade buildings in these two photos
 and having the 1907 postmark on this one - giving the taken before date

First the links to more of todays photos. Ramsgate camera photos http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/518l/id21.htm and Broadstairs camera photos http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/518l/id22.htm and Broadstairs phone photos https://photos.app.goo.gl/YLrDHZi4P6Bga82u5

I am getting over the business of changing phones, the K3 is the second Oukitel phone I have had and as far as I know the only cheap, under £150 new, phones that do the things I need for the blogging that I do.
I think this is because this is a cheap phone that emulates a top end phone, the main things it does/has that I need that the other cheap phones don’t do are.

Big battery that doesn’t go flat when I am out and about.

The ability to charge other devices that use a usb port to charge them, cameras, keyboard, other people’s phones, tablet etc.

The ability to send data in to the phone by usb, most particularly you plug a sd card or usb memory stick into it and copy the data from it. The main advantage for me is that I can copy pictures from my camera’s sd card to the phone and publish them to the internet using my phone.

It charges fairly quickly which is useful too.

I am still getting used to the cameras on the phone hence lots of pictures from it including the post earlier today http://thanetonline.blogspot.co.uk/2018/05/boys-and-their-toys-test-post-relating.html

On the whole I am getting to the point with the Oukitel K3 phone, the Nikon P90 camera, folding Bluetooth keyboard, etc where I am able to operate out and about without having lots of expensive kit to worry about.

Essentially if I lose some of it, have no major worries.

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