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  1. The menu is unhelpful and fiddly with some bizarre logic between what is available on the dials and having go through a stack of menus to change a simple setting. Also the fixed lens is a pain too which is a revelation when coming from DSLR/Mirrorless kit. However, when it works - it works extremely well and also with the fixed lens it does make you think on how to frame a shot.
  2. Nice middle of the road roast (not too medium, not too dark) is Jampit by Coffee Compass. About £20 per Kilo.
  3. If you don't mind fixed lens - grab yourself a X100T/F weighing in at around 450/500g. Takes a bit of getting used to if your previous kit was DSLR or Mirrorless but is pretty capable.
  4. Hmm do you drink it or smoke it, asking for a friend.
  5. If Darker roasts are your thing - try the Mahogany Jampit especially if you already like the Jampit. Out of the two, the mahogany roast is my favourite (but only just). Surprised they don't do 1KG bags to be honest.
  6. Exact same one I got, works a treat directly on the PF. I already have a pressure gauge for the E61 group but was ensuring there was no drop off anywhere else and the PF/E61 gauges matched perfectly.
  7. Haha no, it's exactly how you see it! Somewhat bizarre if you ask me.
  8. Doing some work in the back garden, looked up and happened to see this. I don't think I've ever saw a rainbow of this type before..
  9. Not a bad start, however one of your variables needs to change to a constant. As above, the best constant is to keep the dose level the same. If changing the grind setting reduces/increases the dose, manually adjust until you get the same dose bang on. For reference, the finer you grind, the smaller the dose so you need to increase the grind time to compensate or manually add some more. Also, as above changing the grind level will require you to conduct a "flush grind" to remove a mix of the old grind particle size and the new particle size. I usually do a 1-2 second mini grind and dispose of the contents.
  10. FlickR gives you space for 1000 photos for non-premium accounts, what I like about it is the different resolution options it gives you for sharing on bulletin boards. You hit the share button, click bulletin board (BBS) and then it will give you a links for 1024x768, 1600x1200 and other resolutions. Then paste the link into whatever forum you are using.
  11. Only time I feel a bit on edge is if I drink 3+ in quick succession and then do a presentation. I seem to be a bit sketchy getting the words out. If anything gives a bit of entertainment for your otherwise boring powerpoint presso.
  12. Costco have been selling these for a few years https://www.costco.co.uk/Garden-Sheds-Patio/Barbecues-and-Firepits/Charcoal-Wood-Barbecues/Louisiana-Grills-24-60-cm-Ceramic-Kamado-Charcoal-Barbecue-In-3-Colours/p/louisianakamadogrill A good competitor to the Kamado Joe at a third of the price.
  13. I'd be more interested in what "point" the doctor was trying to make. Have around 4-5 coffees per day at around 20g a shot and in my mid 40's with a fine BP, no real cholesterol issues and would like to think I am relatively fit.
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