17 LAPTOP AND CAMERA BAG

srijeda, 26.10.2011.

CAMERA LENSES FILTERS : LENSES FILTERS


Camera lenses filters : Bluetooth web camera download : Beach camera black friday.



Camera Lenses Filters





camera lenses filters














Photolive Camera Mall at Tianshan Road




Photolive Camera Mall at Tianshan Road





The 3rd floor of this building has a 240 meters (252 yd) long corridor with photo gear shops on both sides. Cameras, lenses, filters, tripods, bags, memory cards, film, lights, camera museum, book shop, repair center, 2nd hand gear and a couple of prints.

Tianshan Road, between Zunyi Road and Loushanguan Road.
Shanghai 2008.











Camera: Canon EOS 400D Kit




Camera: Canon EOS 400D Kit





Canon 400D body with 18-55mm lense (the basic one). From left:

- TAMRON MACRO 1:2 AF 70-300mm F/4-5.6 Di LD Lens

- Tamron 55-200mm F4.5-6 AF Di-II LD Macro lens for Canon EOS
- Tokina AT-X 124 AF Pro DX 12-24mm f/4 Lens.

- Various hoods

- 2 filters: skylight and soft focus.









camera lenses filters







See also:

raleigh camera stores

camera nikon lens

uk speed camera law

axis 221 day night network camera

digital olympus camera

samsung video camera manual

psp camera price in pakistan

best camera backpack for hiking

eagle usb pc camera

speed dome network camera



26.10.2011. u 13:37 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

ALPINE REAR VIEW CAMERA : VIEW CAMERA


Alpine rear view camera : Usb pc camera dc 2120 driver download.



Alpine Rear View Camera





alpine rear view camera















alpine rear view camera - Lanzar SD75MU




Lanzar SD75MU 7-Inch TFT Touchscreen DVD/VCD/CD/MP3/CD-R/USB/AM/FM/RDS Receiver


Lanzar SD75MU 7-Inch TFT Touchscreen DVD/VCD/CD/MP3/CD-R/USB/AM/FM/RDS Receiver



DVD/VCD/MPEG4/MP3/CD/CD-R/CD-RW Compatible Motorized Slide Down Detachable Front Panel Treble/Bass/Balance/Fader/Encoder Volume PLL Synthesizer Tuner Auto Store/Preset Scan AM/FM-MPX 2 Band Radio 30 Station Memory(18FM/12AM) Built In 7 Inch(16:9) TFT Color Monitor Touch Screen Control Operation Resolution: 1440x234 Pixels Brightness: 400nits On Screen Display Title, Time, Chapter,Subtitle & Angle Dolby Digital Coaxial Outputs Anti-Shock Mechanism ESP Function LO/DX & ST/MO Selector Repeat/Intro/Random Clock Function Mute Control RCA Line Out Preset EQ Subwoofer Output Selectable View Angle A/V Input & A/V Output SD/MMC Card Slot Direct Connection Of Alternate Audio/Video Source Through Aux Line Input Jack(MP3/DVD/CD) Remote Control Rear Camera Output Parking Video Input RDS-EON USB Connector 11 Kinds Of Background Color 320 Watts Maximum Power Output: 80 Watts x 4-Channels Last Position Memory Usa/Europe Frequency Switch Dimensions: 7.24"W X 2.13"H X 6.69"D Approximate Weight: 6.6 Lbs Warranty Information: 1 Year Standard Warranty Manufacturer: Lanzar Model Number: SD75MU UPC Code: 068888904612 Internal SKU: LNZSD75MU

Lanzar's SD75MU gives you widescreen DVD playback, touchscreen control, support for a variety of media formats, and plenty of room to grow. Not to mention a pretty impressive price tag.

A versatile DVD receiver with a 7-inch touchscreen. Click to enlarge.

Front-panel A/V auxiliary input for connecting game systems, MP3 players, video cameras, etc.

Includes full-featured remote control.
7-Inch Touchscreen
The SD75MU features a detachable, motorized front panel, which houses the brilliant 7-inch touchscreen display. With a 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio and 1440 x 234 pixel resolution, it delivers great-looking video and makes navigating the receiver's features a breeze.
Enjoy Your Media
This receiver will play back a variety of disc media formats: DVD, VCD, CD, and CD-R/RW. An anti-shock mechanism prevents skipping while you're on the road.
Of course, some prefer the convenience of MP3s. The SD75MU has you covered, thanks to a USB port and SD/MMC card slot. Fill up a thumb drive or a few SD cards, and you'll have hours of music at your disposal.
AM/FM Radio
Enjoy your favorite radio programming with a PLL synthesizer tuner. Eighteen FM and 12 AM station presets let you store your favorite stations, and features like auto store or preset scan help you dial in stations when you're in a new locale.
320 Watts and Room to Grow
The SD75MU delivers 4 x 80 watts of power, for a respectable 320 watts max. A subwoofer output is also provided, if you'd like to enhance your low-end.
A/V and Camera Connections
Connect an external A/V device, such as a video game system or video camera, using the A/V input, or add a monitor in the backseat using the A/V output.
A rearview camera input allows you to connect third-party cameras for safety and convenience when backing up, parking, etc.
Remote Included
A wireless remote control is included.
What's in the Box
SD75MU receiver, case for faceplate, remote control, wiring harness/installation hardware, and user's manual.










88% (10)





A better view




A better view





Recording the new wing with a view camera. There were at least two being used, plus dSLRs by a whole team of photographers, who were kind enough to give me permission to take a few snaps of them working.











DSCF2142




DSCF2142





Alpine iva d-300 Motorozided Multimedia station NAV,MP3,DVD,Rear View Camera,Sirius or Xm radio,TV Tuner etc.. this does it all









alpine rear view camera








alpine rear view camera




Absolute CAM-600 Licese Plate Wide Angle Rear View CMD Color Camera With Night Vision






Features: # Wide Angle Rear View CMD Color Back UP Camera With Infrared NIght Vision # License Plate Mount # Finish : Black color # Universal rear view camera (reversed image) # System : NTSC # Designed for night vision applications (infrared LED) # Camera built into water resistant case # Waterproof :IP67- IP68 # Resolution : 420 lines # Scanning System :2:1 Interlace # Effective Pixel : 510x462 pixels # Electronic Shutter : 1/60-1/15,000 sec. # Minimum Illumination : 0.2Lux/F1.8 (0 lux with LED) # Power Range : 10.5 -14.4 volts # Video output :1.0Vp-p, 75 Ohms # Lens : 2.8mm / 120 Degrees Angle View # S/N ratio more than 48 db # 120* Degree Wide viewing angle # Video connection with RCA composite cable # Requires a power and ground for operation # Dimensions : 10"W x 1 1/4"H x 1 3/4"D










See also:

used camera flash

document camera uses

tenba messenger camera bag

diana instant camera

holster camera bag

nikon purple digital camera

fuji camera price in india

cheap camera shop



26.10.2011. u 13:26 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

BALL HEAD CAMERA TRIPOD - CAMERA TRIPOD


BALL HEAD CAMERA TRIPOD - HIDDEN CAMERA IN CAFE IN INDIA.



Ball Head Camera Tripod





ball head camera tripod














ball head camera tripod - Giottos VGR9264-M2C




Giottos VGR9264-M2C - 4-sec. Aluminum Tripod w/MH5400-656S ARCA Compatible QR Ballhead


Giottos VGR9264-M2C - 4-sec. Aluminum Tripod w/MH5400-656S ARCA Compatible QR Ballhead



Product Description: VGR Series Tripods are reverse structure tripods designed according to the Golden Ratio shown in Da Vinci's famous picture of the Vitruvian Man. Made from aluminum alloy with a higher molecular density using Forging Technology for more durability and strength! Product Details: Standard Tripod with an Extremely Small Folded Length! One leg w/the Center Column converts to a Full-sized Monopod! 3 Position Legs w/Twist Leg Locks Legs fold up 180 degrees to protect the Center Column & Ballhead Bubble levels on QR Ballhead Removable Retractable Hook Product Specifications: Folded 17.7, Min. Ht. 17.4, Max. Ht. w/o Ctr. Col. 54.8, Max. Ht. w/Ctr. Col. Extended 65, Weight. 4.3 lbs., Leg Diam. 28mm, Load Cap. 13 lbs. Monopod: Folded 33 Extended 67.2 Metal Spike and does not accept accessory feet!










83% (9)





The Tree Of Woe




The Tree Of Woe





Okay, it seemed like a good idea at the time...

Strobist info:
Shot with a Canon G10 in apeture priority at f3.5 built in flash triggering the sb-900 in SU-4 mode and the YN460's in slave mode.

SB-900 gelled with Lee Full Red
Left YN460 gelled with CTB
Right YN460 gelled with Window Green

All at 1/64th power

Oh G10 flash at -2/3 stop EV

Shown in frame;
Nikon D90
Nikkor 16-85 DX VR
GN-1 GPS and adapter cable
Apeture Remote Cable
Manfrotto 488RC0 Ball Head
Manfrotto 055B Tripod (20 Years Old!)
SC-28 Off-Camera Flash Cord
2x Yongnuo YN460 Flashes
Manfrotto 175F Justin clamp
Manfrotto 175 Clamp
Manfrotto 026 Unbrella Bracket
Giottos 1004 Mini-Ball head
Stroboframe Flash Shoe
Manfrotto Super Clamp
Manfrotto Magic Arm 143

Minor Adjustments in Lightroom and CS$

I think I went too far!

PS apologies to Joe McNally for stealing the name.

UPDATE: I took this photo as a joke and now it has more views than the rest of my stream combined!











New Ball Head




New Ball Head





My new toys arrived today. I was sick of using the Manfrotto Modo tripod (recommended to me by someone in the know...) as it's as good as a chocolate teapot.

This baby on the other hand, is something different altogether. The legs adjust to any angle required with the smooth quick release mechanism, the ball head is rated to 4.5kg, easily taking the bigma and e620 with peace of mind. Two of the 3 legs are foam coated for carrying over the shoulder, and after 2 hours of sitting in the garden photographing sparrows, I can safely say that this tripod and head combo are immense. ?45 well spent. Avoid the cheap manfrottos at this price, invest in something decent!









ball head camera tripod








ball head camera tripod




Cartoni HiDV1 Video Tripod System with HiDV Fluid Head, 75mm Ball Base, Supports 11.0 lbs






The Cartoni HiDV1 video tripod system consists of the HiDV fluid head, single-stage aluminum alloy tripod, mid-level spreader, rubber feet, and a soft case. HiDV Fluid Head The capable yet compact HiDV fluid head was designed specifically for use with compact high definition Mini-DV camcorders. Being physically small, yet recording much more detail created the need for an appropriately scaled fluid head which would provide smooth, jitter-free movements to simulate the inertial profile of larger, heavier cameras on larger heads. In addition, the HiDV has every other convenience one would expect from a studio-grade fluid head: dual rosettes, sliding balance plate, illuminated bubble level, and continuously variable true fluid drag and counterbalance. In contrast to its predecessor, the Focus fluid head, the HiDV features a 75mm leveling ball instead of 100mm in order to utilize lighter weight ENG tripods for greater agility in the field. Single-stage Aluminum alloy Tripod The Action-Pro single-stage aluminum alloy tripod combines superb torsional rigidity with the lightest weight possible specifically for run-and-gun ENG applications. It incorporates a fast-action stage clamping system with a safety lock, and when used in conjunction with the included mid-level spreader and rubber feet, payload integrity is ensured regardless of terrain.










See also:

htc desire hd camera

usb spy camera

camera stores mn

axis camera multicast

backup camera for rv

top hd video camera

konica minolta digital slr camera

dslr camera lessons

ip camera singapore



26.10.2011. u 13:26 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

17 LAPTOP AND CAMERA BAG : AND CAMERA BAG


17 LAPTOP AND CAMERA BAG : CAMERA TRIPOD LEVEL



17 Laptop And Camera Bag





17 laptop and camera bag















17 laptop and camera bag - Case Logic




Case Logic PNM-217 17-Inch Laptop Messenger Bag (Black)


Case Logic PNM-217 17-Inch Laptop Messenger Bag (Black)



Caselogic introduces the PNM-217 17-Inch Laptop Messenger Bag. Professionally-oriented functionality and materials with relaxed styling. Padded laptop compartment fits all laptops up to 17-Inch. Top-load design provides laptop access without lifting the flap of the case. Secure and protected storage for valuable electronics. Roomy bulk storage and accessory compartment. Features file pocket inside top-load laptop compartment and padded shoulder strap. Durable 1680d nylon combined with robust twill body fabric. 25 Year limited Warranty!










80% (7)





New Laptop :x




New Laptop :x





Yeah ! this is mah nuw laptop ! It's cool, isn't it ?

SAMSUNG Q428-DS05VN

OS : Windows 7 Professional
Chipet : Intel HM 55
Processor : Intel® Core i5-460M (2 x 2.53 GHz. Turbo Boost 2.80 GHz 4 CPUs, 3MB L3 cache) bao g?t
RAM : 4 GB DDR3
HDD : 500 GB SATA
Graphic card : NVDIA GeForce GT 310M 512 MB
Battery 6 cell
Bluetooth 3
VGA r?i

Ph? tung :

_ Chu?t Logitech
_ Lot chu?t Logitech
_ Numeral Keypad ( ban phim s? danh cho Laptop... d? nh?y 8k audition do ma haha )
_ Fan Cooler (Fan t?n nhi?t laptop)
_ Loa MINI USB BetAudio (mau d?)
_ Loa TD-M11 (mau nau, g?)
_ SAMSUNG YP-P2
_ USB Sony 4GB
_ USB Hub (4 c?ng)
_ Mic Salar M6 (d? rec mi bai rap cho ch?t lu?ng do ma)
_ S?c Nokia d?u nh? USB
_ Tai nghe OUANN-3001MV
va 1 s? ph? tung khac n?a ma hem co ch?p hehe (mi b?n shem them notes trong hinh nhe)

oi thich wa, co laptop m?i di h?c r` hehehe :x laptop cu d? danh pha =)) w d? danh choi audition 2 may w MHDI n?a :x:x:x (2 d?a choi ma hack an gian wa tr` haha)

















Laptop-Config-Fixed




Laptop-Config-Fixed





Wow derp so I realized I hadn't refreshed rainmeter so 2 meters were cutoff (I can't seem to fix this problem for clocks etc.) and speedfan was off. So yeah derp.

Anyway just showing my laptops skin, which is simple meters and JSmorley's mydock (so it's all rainmeter).

Uses eqclipse icons. and some xp theme I dont recall. Background is my own photoshop.









17 laptop and camera bag








17 laptop and camera bag




STM Bags Medium Alley Laptop Bag (Carbon)






Medium Alley 15" shoulder bag...You want a bag that protects your notebook, but doesn't look like a laptop bag. You want something that has space for cables, documents, mobile etc, but doesn't look bulky and cluttered. The answer to your problems? STM's alley. Alley is a multi-functional shoulder bag, to fit most laptops with 15" screens. It has a heavily padded laptop section, a full sized file section for documents and books, and a pocket for cables and adaptors. Removable padded shoulder strap; Contour rubber handle secure velcro closure system; Pockets for mobile, documents and cables; External: 600d polyester ripstop with PU coating for water resistance; Lining: 210d water resistant nylon.










See also:

widest angle compact digital camera

olympus slr camera reviews

atc 1000 action camera

disney disposable camera

phoenix camera stores

camera bag messenger

lowepro computrekker plus aw camera backpack

zeikos camera bag

psp camera price in pakistan



26.10.2011. u 13:26 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

CANON CAMERA REBATES - CANON CAMERA


Canon Camera Rebates - Digital Camera World 2011 - Dvr Camcorder Pen Camera Recorder



Canon Camera Rebates





canon camera rebates














canon camera rebates - Solar Panel




Solar Panel Installation Service Start Up Sample Business Plan NEW!


Solar Panel Installation Service Start Up Sample Business Plan NEW!



Welcome To YOUR New Business!

We’ve taken the guess work out of starting your own business with our PROVEN industry specific sample business plans ready for immediate INSTANT download!

It’s easy, simply purchase one of our proven plans and download it to your kindle. Within minutes you have a professional business plan ready for lenders’!

All of our sample plans meet & exceed lender, investor, SBA, and grant agency requirements because they ALL follow the only government approved outline for submitting a business plan!

Every one of our listed plans has already been used and received funding!

NOW is the perfect time to download your industry specific plan and open the doors to your new business TODAY!

SO TELL ME ABOUT THE PLAN...

This business plan (just like all the other ones we have for sale) is COMPLETE. High-lighting all 7 sections and following the government approved outline for submitting a business plan for funding.

NOTHING has been held back or left out of this plan! We want you to follow this same format to get your business up and running WITHOUT all the hours of planning... saving you TIME & MONEY to worry about other issues in forming your business!

We are here to help you succeed!! Offering the most complete plan anywhere on the web. Our business plans are the successful written documents that lender’s are looking for!

Here's a break down of the 7 chapters....

- Executive Summary: This section covers and high lights the important features of the rest of the business plan. A brief general summary lenders are looking for to get a general feel of your plan and what it is you are looking to achieve.

-Products & Services: The Product & Services section gives details of the business services offered. The N.A.I.C.S. code, Hours of Operation, Accepted Payments, Products Carried, and Complete Business Legal Structure.

-Market Analysis: This section covers the Primary Market, Target Market, and Local Competition by a complete demographical break down of home owners, median incomes, Businesses in the area.

-Facility & Operations: This section highlights the location and physical facility of the business. Listing the required Capital Equipment needed, local sources of supply, available labor pool, & complete facility layout.

-Sales Strategy: This section breaks down the Pricing Strategy, Promotions & Distribution, Advertising Campaign & Budget, & Customer Conveniences offered.

-Management Structure: This section highlights the Personal History and Related Experience of the Business Owner, Duties & Responsibilities of the Owner, Compensation package, Board of Directors, & Outside Business Representation.

-Financial Analysis: 7 page section covering Start Up Funding, Break-Even Analysis, 3 year projected Profit & Loss, 3 Year Projected Cash Flow, 3 Year Projected Balance Sheet, and Key Business Ratio's to the start up of this Business.

Welcome To YOUR New Business!

We’ve taken the guess work out of starting your own business with our PROVEN industry specific sample business plans ready for immediate INSTANT download!

It’s easy, simply purchase one of our proven plans and download it to your kindle. Within minutes you have a professional business plan ready for lenders’!

All of our sample plans meet & exceed lender, investor, SBA, and grant agency requirements because they ALL follow the only government approved outline for submitting a business plan!

Every one of our listed plans has already been used and received funding!

NOW is the perfect time to download your industry specific plan and open the doors to your new business TODAY!

SO TELL ME ABOUT THE PLAN...

This business plan (just like all the other ones we have for sale) is COMPLETE. High-lighting all 7 sections and following the government approved outline for submitting a business plan for funding.

NOTHING has been held back or left out of this plan! We want you to follow this same format to get your business up and running WITHOUT all the hours of planning... saving you TIME & MONEY to worry about other issues in forming your business!

We are here to help you succeed!! Offering the most complete plan anywhere on the web. Our business plans are the successful written documents that lender’s are looking for!

Here's a break down of the 7 chapters....

- Executive Summary: This section covers and high lights the important features of the rest of the business plan. A brief general summary lenders are looking for to get a general feel of your plan and what it is you are looking to achieve.

-Products & Services: The Product & Services section gives details of the business services offered. The N.A.I.C.S. code, Hours of Operation, Accepted Payments, Products Carried, and Complete Business Legal Structure.

-Market Analysis: This section covers the Primary Market, Target Market, and Local Competition by a complete demographical break down of home owners, median incomes, Businesses in the area.

-Facility & Operations: This section highlights the location and physical facility of the business. Listing the required Capital Equipment needed, local sources of supply, available labor pool, & complete facility layout.

-Sales Strategy: This section breaks down the Pricing Strategy, Promotions & Distribution, Advertising Campaign & Budget, & Customer Conveniences offered.

-Management Structure: This section highlights the Personal History and Related Experience of the Business Owner, Duties & Responsibilities of the Owner, Compensation package, Board of Directors, & Outside Business Representation.

-Financial Analysis: 7 page section covering Start Up Funding, Break-Even Analysis, 3 year projected Profit & Loss, 3 Year Projected Cash Flow, 3 Year Projected Balance Sheet, and Key Business Ratio's to the start up of this Business.










89% (14)





that's close enough




that's close enough





I really miss my EF 70-200mm f/4L IS, but not enough to buy another one.

I’ve said before that if I ever got a full-frame camera I would opt for a 70-200mm f/2.8 instead of a f/4. My reasoning is I would use a 70-200 on full-frame differently than a 70-200 on APS-C. On full-frame, 70-200mm is more or less the portrait range, and as such is designed for portraits and event photography – applications where you typically want to blur the background with a large-aperture lens. On APS-C, 70-200 is a compromise: a bit too long for event photography and too short for wildlife, but passable for both given a budget. Thus, I got an f/4 on APS-C, but now that I have a full-frame camera and no more f/4, I’m planning to replace it with an f/2.8.

I’ve been holding off for weeks, though, because of rumors of an update to the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS (and an unfounded hope the original 70-200 f/2.8 IS would drop in price). Indeed, last week Canon announced the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II.

Improvements over the original EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS are not earth-shaking but are comprehensive:

• sharper at all focal lengths and apertures
• more effective image stabilization (4-stop vs. 3-stop)
• shorter minimum focus distance (1.2m vs. 1.4m)
• faster AF
• stronger build
• recessed buttons

There’s no reason to doubt Canon’s claims of a one-stop improvement in image stabilization effectiveness – the EF 70-200mm f/4L IS has had this for years. The same is true for the MFD.

If the MTF charts are right (generally they are a good guide, but Canon USA has mislabeled MTF charts in the past), the new lens should be about as sharp as the 70-200mm f/4L IS wide open (but presumably sharper stopped down to f/4), sharper than the 70-200mm f/2.8L, and sharper (except in the corners) than even the 200mm f/2L IS wide open (which is again presumably sharper stopped down to f/2.8).

These improvements come at the cost of, well, cost. The official price has not yet been announced, but my money (literally) is on the range $2250-2400, making it about $550-700 more than the currently rebate-reduced price of the original 70-200mm f/2.8L IS.

Will it be worth $2400? Lots of Nikon shooters think their new 70-200mm f/2.8 VR II is worth $2400. This is definitely not priced for amateurs, though – I could get either a 5D Mk II or a TS-E 17mm f/4L for only a hundred more.

As an amateur for whom event photography is not a primary pursuit, I could not justify purchasing this lens on its own. The only way I can justify it is if, like my 70-200mm f/4 on my 450D, it can serve for all my telephoto needs. That means adding a 2x teleconverter to turn it into a 140-400mm f/5.6 IS as well. There are lots of pros and cons to choosing that over an EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS, so I’ll tackle that chain of reasoning later.












Ellienoir Roamsabout (and a sob story with a Hollywood ending)




Ellienoir Roamsabout (and a sob story with a Hollywood ending)





This photo was taken on Friday, shortly before my lovely daughter knocked over my tripodded DSLR, with predictably ugly results. I didn't actually see it happen, but the story more or less goes like this...

I carelessly left the camera tripodded on the lawn in the backyard and went to pick my son up from school. Upon returning, I had to jump directly into the home office to do some rather urgent work, and my wife moved the tripodded camera off of the lawn and on to our back patio so that my boy and his friend could play some soccer. So far so good.

Then, along comes my daughter. It gets hazy here, but best I could piece together from eyewitness testimony (my son), she tried to pick up the tripod just to see if she could.

Well, she could, only...

Within a second or two, she sort of lost control of the whole apparatus and let go...

falling...

falling...

falling...

BOOM!

Of course, nobody really said anything to me about it.

To be fair, they probably feared the worst for the camera, and felt badly even though it was nobody's fault but my own. When I came back into the house, I detached the camera from the tripod, put it up to my eye, and aimed at some autumn leaves.

I saw blur and shards.

Some sort of mirror inside the viewfinder had shattered.

My daughter, the defiant one, could only muster a very sincere "sorry" when she saw my crestfallen expression. Probably the most sincere "sorry" I've ever heard her utter (she throws the term around rather loosely as a means of avoiding consequence). =D

So, it's off to Canon with the XT for an estimate (I'm not optimistic), and of course my used Canon film body (new to me) is in the shop as well because the mirror came loose in transit.

::sob::

Since I'm clearly unable to function without a camera, my mother took pity and lent me her Canon film body (thanks mom). It's great fun, and I think it's helping my photography -- I am definitely more conscious of my composition and framing. I still shoot maybe a little too freely for my own good, given the expense (I'm on my 7th roll of film already), but I'm trying to be deliberate.

Anyhow, so what. Cue Hollywood ending...

My wife has offered to take the XT off of my hands when it returns and has blessed my purchasing a new DSLR!

While I was seriously tempted by a new 5D with the rebates going on, I decided not to break the bank and found a nice used 20D with a couple of lenses (like I need more of those) for a steal of a deal.

So the 20D's en route, and I'll be in the envious position of having to decide which of my way-too-many lenses to get rid of (after I experiment with the new ones a bit).

The nice thing about the 20D is that it should hopefully prove more daughter-proof.

Hopefully.









canon camera rebates







See also:

camera lens hood use

best film slr camera for beginners

discount camera shop

camera stores tulsa ok

pentax k1000 35mm film camera

fisher price camera manual

pen camera bangalore

ip camera list

professional video camera ratings



26.10.2011. u 13:25 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

NAMIBIA DIGITAL VIDEO CAMERA : NAMIBIA DIGITAL


NAMIBIA DIGITAL VIDEO CAMERA : CANON WATERPROOF CAMERA REVIEW.



Namibia Digital Video Camera





namibia digital video camera















namibia digital video camera - Namibia Handbook,




Namibia Handbook, 5th: Tread Your Own Path (Footprint Namibia Handbook)


Namibia Handbook, 5th: Tread Your Own Path (Footprint Namibia Handbook)



One of the world’s last true expanses of wilderness, Namibia is home to the highest sand dunes and the oldest desert, and it’s the only place you might catch a glimpse of the rare black rhino or of desert-dwelling elephants. With a wealth of animals and birds to get psyched up about, this diverse landscape is perfect for the environmentally conscious traveler with a sense of adventure. Footprint’s fully revised 5th edition helps you stay ahead of the game in Namibia’s national parks and provides thorough listings on where to sleep and eat, and how to get around.










82% (10)





Namibia




Namibia





Nel rosso deserto della Namibia ... le creste lavorate dal vento











namibia




namibia





namibia nautkluf desert con gazzelle di thompson









namibia digital video camera








namibia digital video camera




Histories of Namibia: Living Through the Liberation Strle






This collection of oral histories reveals the strles of 10 Namibians in surviving 23 years of war and moving forward with their lives in the aftermath. As this book reveals, though most had endured hardship and hunger and witnessed terrible cruelty and suffering, their outlooks were triumphant and optimistic, and their stories are full of enthusiasm, energy, determination, and purpose. These inspiring stories are representative of a whole generation of Namibians who matured in the strle, becoming skilled, disciplined, cosmopolitan, and tough.










See also:

canon powershot sx200 is digital camera

ip camera singapore

colorful camera bags

canon 12 megapixel digital camera price

rear view mirror backup camera system

hidden camera cyber cafe in chennai

sea and sea underwater camera



26.10.2011. u 13:24 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

FUJI CAMERA MEMORY - CAMERA MEMORY


Fuji Camera Memory - Prosumer Camera Comparison - Digital Camera Stores.



Fuji Camera Memory





fuji camera memory















fuji camera memory - Nylon Red




Nylon Red Durable Compact Digital Camera Carrying Case with Dual Zippered Opening and Removable Carbineer for Fujifilm FinePix A150 Digital Camera + SumacLife TM Wisdom Courage Wristband


Nylon Red Durable Compact Digital Camera Carrying Case with Dual Zippered Opening and Removable Carbineer for Fujifilm FinePix A150 Digital Camera + SumacLife TM Wisdom Courage Wristband



Safely carry and protect your digital camera with our stylish Camera Carrying Case. Its hard shell exterior and lushly padded interior provides your camera with protection and prevents unnecessary bumps, dents, and scratches form accumulating. The inside of this case been designed with two elastic straps to hold you camera in place and prevent it from falling out when case is open. This case also features a fishnet pocket that allows for storage of batteries and Memory Card. This case also includes a Removable Carabineer that allows you clip-on this case to your belt-loop, purse, or backpack. When it comes to your daily travel and protection needs this carrying case is the perfects solution. You'll be impressed with not only the quality but the style, design, and practical functionality this case has to offer you. + INCLUDES!!! SumacLife TM Wisdom Courage Wristband










79% (13)





Childhood memories




Childhood memories





My son has a toy hamonica, a bright blue one with fish on it. Naturally I end up playing with it and make enough of a racket to start seriously annoying everyone in the house. What I was surprised at was how many childhood memories came flooding back from when I had similar toys and used to love playing with them.

I can remember thinking that when I was older I'd buy a decent one and learn to play it properly.

So, I've decided to learn the harmonica. After a bit of reading I found that a 10 hole diatonic type in C is ideal for beginners so what you see here is the one I've bought off e-bay for ?4.99. Fair enough, it's not exactly a decent one but I figured I'll start with something cheap in case it turns into just a passing phase - although I'm already looking at nice box sets.

Anyway, I'm now busy learning a couple of favourites, "Piano Man" by Billy Joel and "Man of Constant Sorrow" from the film "Oh Brother Where Art Thou". I'm doing all the typical beginner stuff like learning to bend and strling with hole 2. There's some great stuff on Youtube on this.

Naturally after buying something shiny, it's only a matter of time before the camera starts pointing at it. This was taken with the Fuji S200exr and the harmonica was on a sheet of white paper with a couple of others used to construct a tent over it to control reflections. I had a Canon 430EXII flash pointing through the tent from camera left triggered with a Cactus V3 radio trigger.












Franken-Fuji




Franken-Fuji





Ingredients:
1 damaged Fuji F20 - a dead lens motor from being dropped by me
1 damaged Fuji F20 - dead LCD from some unfortunate EBayer
1 set of jeweler's screwdrivers
1 cheapskate engineer who won't pay $200 for a replacement F20

Directions:
Take back panel off both F20s, transplant LCDs. Dork around with ribbon connector until it plugs back in.
Turn on Fuji with working lens motor and LCD. Delete picture of half naked previous owner from camera memory.
Present to wife.











fuji camera memory








fuji camera memory




Memory






People seem to be intrigued by memory, and by its sometimes spectacular failure in (for example) people with amnesia. However, students of memory sometimes fail to retain this fascination. The reason is clear: in order to study memory we must carry out carefully-designed experiments, which can seem boring even when they are exciting science. Fortunately, we now know enough about memory to relate laboratory studies to the world beyond. In other words, our scientific knowledge of memory and how it works can help us to explain those aspects of memory that most people find of greatest interest.
This book presents a thorough, accessible and appealing overview of the field, written with students in mind, by some of the world's leading researchers. It starts with a brief overview and explanation of the scientific approach to memory before going on to discuss the basic characteristics of the various memory systems and how they work. Summaries of short-term and working memory are followed by chapters on learning, the role of organization in memory, the ways in which our knowledge of the world is stored, retrieval, and on intentional and motivated forgetting.
The latter half of the book involves the broader application of our basic understanding of memory, with chapters on autobiographical memory, amnesia, and on memory in childhood and aging. After chapters discussing eyewitness testimony and prospective memory, a final chapter addresses an issue of great importance to students – how to improve your memory.
Each chapter of the book is written by one of the three authors, an approach which takes full advantage of their individual expertise, style and personality. This enhances students’ enjoyment of the book, allowing them to share the authors’ own fascination with human memory.










See also:

digital camera online

nikon d70 camera settings

polaroid kids camera

samsung camera two screens

sanyo underwater video camera

ir camera series

logitech eyetoy usb camera drivers

nikon digital slr camera d3000

camera lenses nikon

tamron camera bags



26.10.2011. u 13:24 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

JAZZ VIDEO CAMERA. JAZZ VIDEO


Jazz Video Camera. Best Digital Camera Under $100. Pinhole Camera Designs



Jazz Video Camera





jazz video camera














jazz video camera - Jazz Video




Jazz Video Recorder with Camera (Black or Red) - Digital Camcorder DV140


Jazz Video Recorder with Camera (Black or Red) - Digital Camcorder DV140




A perfect camcorder for fieldtrips and camping. Color LCD Screen, can also take pictures with 8GB of storage. YouTube Ready.

Specifications:
Model: DV140
Video Resolution: VGA 640 x 480 pixels/ 30fps, QVGA: 320 x 240 Pixels/ 30 fps
Still Picture Resolution: VGA: 640 x 480 Pixels, QVGA: 320 x 240 Pixels
Modes: Video Recording, Digital Still Picture & Mass Storage
File Formats: Video: AVI / Still :JPEG
External Memory: SD Card Slot, Up to 8 GB
PC Interface: USB POrt 2.0
LCD Screen: 1.44 inch TFT Screen
Support Light: : LED Support LIght
Power Source: 3 x AAA Batteries
Accessories: USB Cable, AV Cable, SOft Case, Attached Hand Strap, Instruction Manual, QSG & Software CD
Software Inculded: Arcsoft Medialmpression with Easy YouTube Upload










87% (13)





Part 2, Jazz Telemotions on Vimeo by Michael Dessen




Part 2, Jazz Telemotions on Vimeo by Michael Dessen





Jazz Telemotions: A Networked Trio Concert
7 pm Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Main concert site: Conrad Prebys Concert Hall, UC San Diego, CA
Remote site: eMedia Studio, Calit2 Building, UC Irvine, CA

Mark Dresser, bass (UCSD)
Myra Melford, piano (UCSD)
Michael Dessen, trombone (UCI)
Victoria Petrovich, scenic design (UCSD)
John Crawford, telematic video (UCI)

Program
There will be one set of music of roughly 60-75 minutes duration, with four groups of compositions, and no intermission. All works were composed by the performers during 2009-2010.

Part 1:
Improvisation
Telemotions (comp. Dresser)
Japanese Music*
Mauger Time (comp. Dresser)

Part 2:
Dry Rain #1 and #2*
Fifth Species (comp. Dessen)

Part 3:
Barcelona and Sagrada Familia*
Scorestream #3 (comp. Dessen)

Part 4:
Facade #1 and #2*
Canales Rose (comp. Dresser)

* Scores for improvisers based on drawings by Don Reich

Production Assistants:
Ash Smith - Camera operator and video assistant
Omar Ramos - Lighting design and video assistant
Danny Shapira - Network Audio
Nick Patin - Local Audio (UCSD)

Special thanks: UCSD Music Department, UCSD Academic Senate, Jenn Stauffer, Trevor Henthorn, Tom Erbe, CRCA, Calit2 UC San Diego, Calit2 UC Irvine, UCI Music Department, UCI Dance Department, Mike Hooker, Chris Dobrian


Program notes

We are part of a community of artists using internet technologies to facilitate real-time, collaborative concerts in multiple locations, a practice often termed "telematic" performance. Consumer products such as Skype are increasingly common, and in many ways telepresence is already widespread in our culture. We are interested in performing with high quality audio and video connections, which we are privileged to access thanks to Internet2 networks and other forms of support at our academic institutions. More than simply refining ways to use these tools to perform our music, we also want to create new artistic works that explore the potentials of this telematic space.

Our main audio technology is the open source JackTrip software developed at Stanford University's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), which allows multi-channel, CD-quality audio with extremely low latency. Using JackTrip, we have performed across continents and oceans, in which case the delay in sound can often be substantial. However, within a few hundred miles or less, as in tonight's concert, the latency is often at nearly imperceptible levels, allowing us to play rhythmically complex music with tight synchrony.

Over the course of producing many telematic concerts, we have also realized the importance of the visual dimension for events involving remote performers, and so we have increasingly sought out collaborators in video and other visual media. Thanks to the contributions of intermedia artist John Craword and scenic designer Victoria Petrovich, tonight's concert is among the most visually complex and creative that we have experienced to date. Crawford brings many years of work in telepresence and intermedia improvisation in both dance and musical contexts, and Petrovich's scenic design moves beyond the the flatness and centrality of the screen, instead creating a more multi-dimensional and integrated environment.

Tonight's projected video is a real-time improvised response to the music in visual form, generated by John Crawford's Active Space interactive media performance system. Live video feeds are processed simultaneously by multiple networked computers running the Active Space software at both sites and directed by Crawford in Irvine to produce abstract, painterly representations of the performers, interleaved with drawings by Don Reich. In continuous development since 1994, the Active Space system has been used in dance and music performances, public art projects, gallery installations and teaching environments.

The stage design at the UC San Diego site is a small-scale exploration of scenic space as an expressive, flexible component of the telematic performance environment. Translucent screens are meant to integrate with the environment, and evoke a sense of expansion and an articulation of atmosphere through the diffusion and direction of light, i.e. video projection. The intention is to enhance the performance, rather than present a faithful reproduction of imagery on a traditional film screen.

The music you will hear in tonight's performance was developed through a highly collaborative process that spannned nine months. As composer-improvisers with a shared affinity for jazz and other exploratory traditions, our work is already profoundly collaborative, as is the telematic medium itself. While many musicians are naturally dubious about telematic performance, we conceive it not as a replacement of conventional practices but rather a supplement to them, a practice rich with its own possibilities that will hopefully become available to more people in the future.

We began monthly telematic rehearsals in Septem











Lakers vs. Jazz - Round 2, Game 1 - 2008 NBA Western Conference Semifinals




Lakers vs. Jazz - Round 2, Game 1 - 2008 NBA Western Conference Semifinals





Oh. My. God. -- Humongous thanks to Harris for the tickets: Row FF, about 20 feet behind Magic. It was an unimaginable experience.

Ironically, I was busted for my borderline-legal camera; The manual zoom extends way past the 3-inch limit, but luckily the usher was very cool. She warned me that they monitor people's cameras via video but as long as I kept the zoom in I'd be fine.

I was lucky to get a few great tight shots early on but was too paranoid to shoot much else. And I almost brought the little Canon A510....

Lakers 109 - Jazz 98 (and free tacos!)

Ronny and Ariza share moment.









jazz video camera








jazz video camera




Jazz 12MP DIGITAL VIDEO CAMERA






* The Jazz® T55 Digital Camera/Camcorder is a state-of-the-art multi-function Digital device that includes many advanced features you will love! * The T55 Digital Camcorder is a digital still camera, a digital video camcorder, a PC webcam, a mass storage device and a voice recorder! * The T55 has a large, high-resolution 2.4" TFT LCD flip-up display, employing the latest LTPS (Low Temperature Poly Silicon) technology, so you can play your pictures or video clips back, even in bright sunlight. * It is small and compact and will easily fit in your shirt pocket and the 4X digital zoom will get you close to the action. * This camera features 12 Mega Pixels Resolution, accepts SD memory cards up to 8GB and is compatible with You-Tube, Facebook, Flickr and My Space. * You can also record messages and reminders with the built in voice recorder. * Playback your videos and photographs on your PC monitor or TV, so the whole family can enjoy your artistic creations! * Features: o 12.0 Mega Pixel Digital Camera o Modes: Video Recording, Digital Still, PC Camera, Voice recording & Mass Storage o File Formats: AVI / JPEG / WAV o USB Interface: USB 2.0 Sockets and Cable o Flash o Compatible with You-Tube, Facebook, Flickr and My Space o 270° Hinged Flip TFT Screen o Internal Memory: 32 MB o External Memory: SD/MMC Card Slot Up to 8GB Capacity (card not included) o Display Screen: 2.4" Color TFT LCD o Digital Zoom: 4X o AV Out: NTSC / PAL TV Socket and Cable o Software: Arcsoft Video Impression & Arcsoft Photo Impression o Uses 3 AAA batteries (sold separately) * Includes: o Digital Camcorder/ Camera o USB cable o AV cables (for TV) o Wrist strap o Camera pouch o Adobe Reader Image Software










See also:

film camera report

beat speed camera

nikon slr camera lens

best web camera india

thermal camera system

gorillapod flexible camera tripod

zsmc usb camera



26.10.2011. u 13:18 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

NEXTEL CAMERA PHONES : CAMERA PHONES


Nextel camera phones : Camera battery problems : Speed camera faults



Nextel Camera Phones





nextel camera phones














Nextel Cup Qualifying Today




Nextel Cup Qualifying Today





That's Bobby Labonte's 43 Dodge and Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the number 8 Chevy.











high tech




high tech





saw this at work. nextel phone for scale. It's the drain for an AC unit.









nextel camera phones







See also:

samsung camera canada

network camera systems

canon powershot a490 digital camera review

red camera rentals

digital camera online

cheap camera shop

fuji camera range

shift usb video camera



26.10.2011. u 13:17 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

NIKON D90 DIGITAL SLR CAMERA BODY ONLY : SLR CAMERA BOD


Nikon d90 digital slr camera body only : Mobiola web camera lite v1.0 : Nikon coolpix s220 digital camera price in india



Nikon D90 Digital Slr Camera Body Only





nikon d90 digital slr camera body only















Circuit City




Circuit City





I do not have any affiliation with Circuit City. I do not benefit in any way from sales made at Circuit City. (Actually, i guess only their creditors do at this point.) Now that that's out of the way...

My first real moment of buyer's remorse came when i went to Circuit City last night (looking for something else) and saw that they'd had the Nikon D90 on sale for $910 including the 18-105 VR lens. That's about $45 more than what i paid for the body alone. I felt better though when i found out they only had the floor model still on sale and they weren't reducing the price for that one. (I'm wondering how many actuations it's had already. And how many times – other than by me – it's been accidentally knocked over off the display.) They also had an array of Nikon and Canon digital SLR cameras still on sale at some rather incredible prices.

Go now. There may be some great deals still available near you....











THE PRECIOUS GIFT OF FRIENDS




THE PRECIOUS GIFT OF FRIENDS





Reverse Macro, lens held against camera body

THE GIFT OF FRIENDS

There are days when
bubbling from us comes
the innocent child within,
who giggles at the little things
and wears a silly grin.

There are days when
melancholy comes to
visit for a while;
the mind feels tired, the body weak;
we have no strength to smile.

There are days when
joy abundant
grabs a hold of you and me;
wraps us up in all it's splendor,
lifts us up and sets us free.

There are days when
sorrow wraps us
in its cloak of grief and fear,
'till our hearts ache to the breaking,
'till our eyes can't shed a tear.

There are days when
love bestows us
with its wonderment and light;
with its beauty and its mystery,
its power and its might.

And there are days when
life rewards us
and seems to make amends
by granting us a marvelous gift,
the precious gift of Friends.
by Karin Schaefer









nikon d90 digital slr camera body only







See also:

camera lens bag

fuji camera drivers

leica camera battery

polaroid land camera 220

film camera resolution

ccd camera scientific

panasonic camera hd

which camera bag

external web camera

network camera comparison



26.10.2011. u 13:09 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

POLAROID DIGITAL CAMERA DRIVERS : POLAROID DIGITAL


Polaroid digital camera drivers : Pc camera system : 2 megapixel camera phone.



Polaroid Digital Camera Drivers





polaroid digital camera drivers















polaroid digital camera drivers - Polaroid i534




Polaroid i534 5MP Digital Camera Silver


Polaroid i534 5MP Digital Camera Silver



Capture exceptional photos!This Polaroid i534 digital camera is perfect for taking pictures of your favorite moments! Be the envy of all of your friends with its sleek and stylish silver design. Take high quality photos with its 5 megapixel resolution. Don t miss out on the details with its 3x optical/4x digital zoom. Get the best picture every time with its ten scene modes for customized images.Let yourself be a part of the fun with the multi-second self timer. There s room for as many pictures as your heart desires with the expandable storage capacity via the memory card slot that is compatible with Secure Digital and SDHC. Review it all effortlessly with its 2.4-inch LCD display. Start snapping away with this Polaroid i534 digital camera today!










82% (7)





Time Flies




Time Flies





Sometimes, it's lucky that time flies, so that hatred fades away.
Sort of self-redemption, isn't it?

But, if I were able to go back to five years ago, I would choose not to know you for good....

I've Been Tagged! Group

My random things:

(1) A virgo with no mysophobia.

(2) Learning no musical instruments until my 20's.

(3) Not interested in snacks.

(4) Recetly, my mom stared to urge me to get a bf - this always annoys me.

(5) Tend to be reticent.

(6) Picky about dictions.

(7) I prefer film-shooting to digital-camera-shooting.

(8) Love cooking but seldom do so - too lazy.

(9) Cameras give me a room to be silent, observing, thinking, absorbing and memorizing.

(10) My English name was "Daniel", being named by a beautiful and young English teacher when I was little. But one professor in my university, who is always mean, got the same name. So I changed my name from "Daniel" to "Danny".

(11) Favorite R&B singer is Brian Mcknight.

(12) Jazz is Leica, while Bossa Nova is modern Zeiss to me.

(13) As a producer-assisant of TV commercial film and later sound studio engineer assistant before.

(14) Travelling alone sometimes.

(15) As a motorcycle rider, I got little patience toward taxi and bus drivers - the Taiwan blacktop rogues.

(16) But to pedestrians....
My patience comes back.













129/365




129/365





Bought a Polaroid Camera for 2$ at garage sale, all I need is some film. I feel so sick, I have been sick for about 3 days now, and its not fun, I also got no sleep last night.

I was Tagged twice, here are 20 facts about me:
1. Im terrifed of the dentist.
2. I always sleep on my right side.
3. When I was little, I wanted to be a school bus driver.
4. I have an addiction to old cameras.
5. Film photos seem to be more than digital photos in my opinion
6. I dont eat the crust on toast.
7. Chris Colfer is my favourite Actor.
8. I play the drums.
9. I really want a banjo.
10. My favourite band of all time is Fall Out Boy.
11. I could watch Glee, all day, every day, and never get sick of it.
12. Theres something about hard cover books that I love.
13. I hate rollercoasters.
14. I talk really fast, and I can talk non-stop.
15. I hate coffee.
16. I can taste the difference between Pepsi and Coke.
17. I also can taste the different types of Root Beer. If Im in a restauraunt, I always can tell if its Barqs, Mug, or A&W Root Beer.
18. I have to fall asleep to noise, like my fan going, or music.
19. I sleep with my fan on every. single. night.
20. Im not gonna tag anyone, cause Im lazy.









polaroid digital camera drivers








polaroid digital camera drivers




Polaroid Fun Flash 640 0.3MP Digital Camera Kit






The Polaroid Fun Flash 640 is a basic point-and-shoot digital camera with automatic focus and a fixed lens. It takes photos up to 640 x 480 pixel resolution--perfect for posting shots on the Web or sending images via e-mail. The Fun Flash 640 has 2 MB of internal memory (no external memory slot), 1.8-inch color LCD, built-in flash with three flash modes, self-timer, and is serial compatible for simple hookup to your PC. PhotoMAX image manipulation software is included, which lets you easily edit and enhance your images, add special effects, and create slide shows and greeting cards. This kit also includes four AA batteries, an AC power adapter, wrist strap, carrying case, and instructions.










See also:

zipp vga cmos pc camera

paint can pinhole camera

prosumer video camera

ip camera network camera

nikon d200 digital slr camera

game spy i60 digital game camera

used security camera systems



26.10.2011. u 13:09 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

REAR VIEW MIRROR MONITOR WITH REAR VIEW CAMERA. REAR VI


Rear View Mirror Monitor With Rear View Camera. Wireless Night Vision Security Camera Systems.



Rear View Mirror Monitor With Rear View Camera





rear view mirror monitor with rear view camera
















rear view mirror monitor with rear view camera - Backup Camera




Backup Camera System w/ 4.2" TFT LCD Color Rear View Mirror Monitor, 130° CCD Camera with Night Vision Audio All the Wires, Connectors and Mounts You Will Need. For Pick-up Trucks, Rv's Trucks Trailers, Bus, Etc.


Backup Camera System w/ 4.2



This system is complete with 4.2" Color TFT LCD Rear View Mirror Display with Mirror Image Capability. Universal Clip-on Mirror Display Attaches to Existing Vehicle's Rear View Mirror, a 3 channel Multiplexer (Can Connect a DVD Player or Other Cameras) with Automatic System switch, 130° CCD Camera with 50 Foot Infra-red Night Vision and all the Wires, Connectors and Mounts You Will Need. The system is completely Weather Proof with a IP68 rating, Strong and Reliable, Shock Resistant with a 10G impact rating and Comes with a Full Year Warranty.










79% (12)





Valley Forge - Time Lapse




Valley Forge - Time Lapse





This is a time lapse video shot at Valley Forge National Park, Pennsylvania. This is the first time I made one time lapse video that's shot at different locations. As it was slightly cold, I was sitting inside the car and kept monitoring the camera through my rear view mirror (since there were quite a few runners in the park - not that anyone posed any threat, I just wasn't taking it easy with 1000s of dollars worth of equipment laying in the open!).

Also, one thing I found slightly interesting in this video is how the flag is risen from half mast to a full after the cop stops for a brief moment and rises the flag (towards the end of the video).


This video is shot using a Canon 7D and about 253 photographs stitched using QuickTime.











IMW Experiment Board




IMW Experiment Board





A board that the Illuminati Motor Works guys had put together, showing some of the things they had experimented with to raise the fuel economy of the cars we had Hyundai donate to them.









rear view mirror monitor with rear view camera








rear view mirror monitor with rear view camera




RYDEEN REAR VIEW MIRROR NAV/MONITOR






Get "factory" feel and functionality with Rydeen's installed MN305 navigation system. The MN305 replaces your factory mirror, giving you satellite-based navigation at a glance and within easy reach. The MN305 also functions as a Bluetooth-enabled handsfree system, enabling you to make safe calls while driving. The backup camera input is also available, including automatic trigger switching between the GPS and back up screens. *Millions of Points of Interests with Phone Numbers for Most Locations *Natural Sounding Text to SpeechTM *Quick & Easy Installation *Mirror measures 12-1/4 inches










See also:

gps backup camera garmin

fujifilm waterproof camera

wireless outdoor ip camera with night vision

bullet pinhole camera

web camera site

speed dome camera manual

spy usb camera

best camera dslr



26.10.2011. u 13:08 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

POLAROID INSTANT CAMERA. INSTANT CAMERA


Polaroid Instant Camera. Best Camera Dslr 2011.



Polaroid Instant Camera





polaroid instant camera













Polaroid I-zone Instant Pocket Camera Green, made in Thailand




Polaroid I-zone Instant Pocket Camera Green, made in Thailand





The Polaroid i-zone camera is a simple camera which takes it own Polaroid instant (pocket) film. The camera itself, whilst quite fun is really very simple. It has quite a wide angled fixed focus lens and manual aperture control (F10, F12.5 & F34.5) marked by symbols. It has one shutter speed and this is synchronised with the built in flash gun.

The i-zone takes 2 'AA' type batteries - but only for the flash. After exposure - each shot is removed from the camera by pulling on a paper tab. This draws out the pictures when then develops in normal light just like the Polaroid SX-70 and Polaroid SLR680.

Nice coloured camera. This is my only Polaroidcamera, normally I'm not interested in them, but I immediatly liked this one when I saw it on a local flee-market.











Polamour!




Polamour!





From my Polaroid to your eyes

Polaroid One600 Classic Instant Camera
Polaroid 600 Instant Color Film


Idea, Shot and editing by me
Carmen Moreno © 2009
Todos los Derechos Reservados
© All rights reserved. Use without permission is illegal












polaroid instant camera







See also:

suyin web camera driver

best compact digital camera reviews

ip camera panasonic

canon professional digital camera

network camera software

peak 7 backup camera

canon professional video camera



26.10.2011. u 13:08 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

REVIEW NIKON D5000 CAMERA - REVIEW NIKON


Review Nikon D5000 Camera - Buy Camera Bags Online.



Review Nikon D5000 Camera





review nikon d5000 camera















review nikon d5000 camera - Nikon DVD




Nikon DVD D5000 3 Pack Vol 1 & 2 with Speedlight Camera Training Video Guide by Blue Crane Digital


Nikon DVD D5000 3 Pack Vol 1 & 2 with Speedlight Camera Training Video Guide by Blue Crane Digital



Blue Crane Digital gives you the power to unleash your cameras potential. Each DVD offers you a solid understanding of your cameras features, and provides you with the tools you will need to capture the best images under all conditions. All topics are arranged in chapters, so you can move at your own pace, and return later to individual subjects. These DVDs are NTSC All Regions (Discs are uncoded and can be played Worldwide, however, must be played in NTSC-compatible unit) unless otherwise indicated.










79% (12)





I REFUSE TO BE LABELED!




I REFUSE TO BE LABELED!





Have you ever felt that someone is categorizing you and (unfairly or ignorantly) expecting you to stay put in that neat little category? I hope this photo depicts that kind of strle...

I realized recently (after my performance review, imagine that!) that some folks around work have tried to put labels on me and peg me in a corner where I am not challenged and do not get to use all my skills. This photo is the result of trying to figure out how to best express my frustration and rebellion against this, not only at work but with other things I do... So for the first time I set out with a camera for a series of (long and surprisingly difficult) self-portraits, and some experimental overlays using Photoshop to push my boundaries and try something new, something out of the box (or, better yet, can)...

Hoping February and the rest of the year go better than January...!

Comments, constructive criticism and sestions on improvement of technique are very welcome...













My New Toy! :)




My New Toy! :)





The Nikon D5000!

I am really liking my new Nikon D5000. It's a great camera, little to me, but probably big to others. One of the main reasons I bought the Nikon D5000 is because of the D-Movie Mode. I really like the DOF control of this camera when shooting video in 720p HD at 24Fps (Frames Per Second). The Auto-Focus is greatly improved from the Nikon D60. They are about the same size also.

The Var-Angle LCD Screen is a huge plus. I wish my Nikon D300 had it. Well actually I take that back, if I had a Nikon D300s I would want it to have a Var-Angle LCD. But I wouldn't mind it on the D300.

One thing that really bums me out, is that this camera cannot focus with lenses like the 80-200mm f/2.8 (My next lens) and other lenses that do not have inner focusing systems.

Overall this camera is completely worth the money, I would definently look into buying one even if you own like a D3 or D700 or D300!









review nikon d5000 camera








review nikon d5000 camera




The Nikon Companion






A daily blog for users of Nikon Digital SLR cameras, lenses, and accessories. Written by Darrell Young, author of the well known Mastering The Nikon DSLR series of print and eBooks. Darrell discusses Nikon photography, equipment, and accessories—along with the unique pleasures and perils of being a Nikon photographer.

Kindle blogs are fully downloaded onto your Kindle so you can read them even when you're not wirelessly connected. And unlike RSS readers which often only provide headlines, blogs on Kindle give you full text content and images, and are updated wirelessly throughout the day.










See also:

low light ccd camera

toshiba hd video camera

classic leica camera

watch video hidden camera

microsoft web camera vx 6000

gps compact camera

canon powershot s5 is digital camera price

digital video camera uk



26.10.2011. u 13:07 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

TYPES OF CAMERA LENSES EXPLAINED : CAMERA LENSES EXPLAI


TYPES OF CAMERA LENSES EXPLAINED : MINOLTA 35MM CAMERA MAXXUM.



Types Of Camera Lenses Explained





types of camera lenses explained















the vault: cold redux




the vault: cold redux





Pentacon six / 80mm ?2.8 / Portra 800
Location: Roppongi Hills, Tokyo, Japan
Notes: I like the below extract of Dave Beckerman's take on street photography and personally I prefer using prime lenses rather than zoom lenses for streetshots but each to their own.

Most types of photography can be easily defined by their subjects. A wedding photographer takes pictures of weddings. A portrait photographer poses someone and takes their picture. The nature photographer covers a wide area, but it is easy to categorize.

Street photography is difficult to define because it can encompass just about any subject.

If I were to ask you to name a few famous street photographers, you might pick, Garry Winnograd, Henri Cartier-Bresson, or maybe Robert Frank. But if I asked you to define street photography – that would be more difficult. You might say that street photography is candid pictures of strangers on the street. That might be a good start, but it doesn’t really describe street photography.

To start with, street photography doesn’t need to be done on “the street.” And it doesn’t need to be pictures of strangers. In fact, it doesn’t even need to be pictures of people, though it usually is. Although there are common subjects for street photography, it is not so much about the subject as it is the style of the photograph. I can easily imagine an astronaut orbiting the earth, using a street photography style.

Just as any object or scene can be painted with in a cubist style, just about any subject can be photographed in street-photography style. I say almost any subject, because the one thing that all street photos have in common are human beings, or human artifacts: things that were made by human beings. So what are the characteristics of this style which can be separated from the subjects of the image.

The most common and famous property of street-photography is the idea of capturing “the decisive moment.” The most well-known street moment may be the blurred image of a man trying to jump a puddle at the railway station by Cartier-Bresson. A moment sooner and you have the guy standing, looking at the large puddle. A moment later, and the man has fallen into the puddle, or cleared it somehow. You don’t really know. But capturing the moment, even if it is important, isn’t everything.

Suppose that photograph were taken with a long modern lens, and the figure was frozen at 1/8000th of a second in mid-air, and the background and foreground were blurred because the depth-of-field with a long lens is very narrow. Well, it might look very much that moment when a pitcher releases the ball in an important game. The foreground and background are blurred. Even the closest part of the pitching mound is out of focus. Can that be considered a street shot.

No. Why not? It’s the decisive moment alright – but without context – it isn’t street photography.

Since we’re imagining shots, let’s imagine that you are sitting in the dugout with a normal or wide angle lens, and you hear footsteps on top of the dugout. You wonder what is going on, and at the same time you prepare your camera, and the pitcher is taking his wind up in the background, and just as he let’s go of the ball, a naked streaker jumps from the top of the dugout onto the field. And you have snapped just as the figure was in mid-air, and the ball was coming to the plate, and the pitcher was finishing his follow-through. That’s a street shot. No street. No buildings. But you have caught two moments, and pretty much everything is in focus, and you can look at the picture and just be amazed. The viewer is as surprised as you were – though you had some idea that something was about to happen.

It’s that sort of moment, or juxtaposition of ideas, that street photographers are fascinated by. If you had a lot of money, you could dream up this still shot, and rent out the stadium and the team, and recreate this shot exactly as described – but that would not be street photography. And so long as nobody told about how the shot was set up and planned, it would be considered a great street shot. If everyone found out that they were duped, it might still be considered a great photograph – but not a great street shot.

The moment is not enough. To play by the rules, the shot really does need to be unplanned. It also needs to allow the eye to wander around and make it’s own conclusions about the meaning of the photograph. If street photography were a musical form – it might be jazz. It might be rock and roll. The style of music would have a measure of improvisation.

Street Photography is not the same as documentary photography

If you send our imaginary street photographer to photograph the President giving at a press conference, they return with pictures of the other photographers at the photo op. Journalistic images are a dime a dozen. Their style is about curiosity. They need find be surprised in order to press the shutter. And it’s not all based on juxtaposition, or th











Selective Background – Move Your Plant – Try Adding Elements




Selective Background – Move Your Plant – Try Adding Elements





The majority of flower shots I take are in backyard gardens and mostly in my wife’s garden. Each week something new appears and presents another subject to explore. The flower in this example was a potted plant on our porch. Since it was portable, I moved it. Since I was supposed to be cooking dinner on the patio grill I decided to grab my camera and enjoy the late afternoon sun. I had to work fast – I had about 20 minutes before it was time to eat.

The desired result from moving the plant was the following:
1.Find a simple background. The immediate view from our porch was a little distracting and I wanted a simple composure
2.Create pleasing out of focus bokeh
3.Selective simple subject – there were many flowers in the pot and by moving the pot I was able to isolate one
4.Control the ambient light. The aim was a backlit image using the late afternoon sun

The first few exposures after placing the plant were pleasing. I had placed the flower pot far enough away from the green background (flower leaves in the garden) to get a decent bokeh. I was also pleased that the flower was diagonal and filled the frame. I felt the side and back sunlight was working. The camera was on a tripod and since I liked the composition at this point, I was free to layer in new components in a deliberate and incremental fashion. A quick check on the grill confirmed that there was a good 15 minutes of cooking time left.

Impressed with my ability to work with natures’ light, I decided to add some light elements to the darker portions of the flower. The late afternoon sun was positioned in the upper right corner of the photo. I felt the lower left portion of the flower could use some splash.

We had some laundry drying in the yard and I borrowed two fleece coats (one black and one pink) that were on the rack.

The black coat went over my head and back of the camera/bellows. This allowed me to compose and review the work in low afternoon sunlight. Composing and focusing into a late afternoon sun made it a little difficult to view and review the image without the improvised hood.

The pink coat was placed a foot away from the flower. I thought pink was bright enough to add some fill in light and would also balance with the purple in the flower. The coat was just out of the image on the lower left corner. I used a bucket from the shed to place and hold the pink coat. I suppose the clothing drying rack or a chair would have done the job as well. The bucket was easier to fetch and I made a calculated guess my wife was less emotionally attached to it.

There were still a few minutes before I needed to tend to the grill, and just enough time to add a final element. A hand held diffused flash was placed in the lower right portion of the photo in an attempt to better expose the green stem.

Throughout these steps I used my hand and contorted my body to block some of the direct sun in the upper right portion of the photo. A rather interesting pose of me and I find this type of photography lends itself to the private confines of a backyard. No need to draw extra attention from my neighbors; my hand push reel mower handles that task quite nicely.

The photo/experiment was done when it was time to take the food off of the grill. My attention turned towards straightening up and explaining to my wife why I had a black coat over my head and that it was okay to move her carefully placed porch plant. Somehow I got a pass on using my daughter’s pink coat to aid with the light.
If I were to try it again, I am tempted to add a gel over the flash, perhaps a green gel to bring out the stem color. I probably would have experimented with shielding the sun a little more, either with some transparent tissue paper or bubble wrap or even something non transparent, such as a newspaper or magazine.

The photo was exposed at F16 for 1.5 seconds. It was made with a Canon XSI mounted on a M42 Pentax AutoBellows. I used a Fujinon 135 EP enlarging lens and something in the 100mm range would have also worked. Magnification (controlled by length of the bellows) was set to the point where the flower filled the frame. I used a Nikon SB28 DX flash in manual mode and synced with an inexpensive eBay wireless slave.

The camera, bellows and lens were mounted on a tripod. The tripod takes time to setup, but it speeds up the process when layering in components. With a tripod, once I got composure and focus in place I move on to the other elements. With a tripod, I am able to set it and forget it. It freed up my hands to control the flash placement and shade the flower from the sun. It also allowed for ambient light to be the primary source at a 1.5 second exposure.

At a certain point there is no right or wrong exposure and by working in steps and reviewing the work I was able to add elements to this photo. It also provided some insight in working with light and provided a 20 minute diversion before dinner.

You can read much more about









types of camera lenses explained







See also:

drivers for quantum pc camera

web camera site

watch video hidden camera

make your own hidden camera

making a spy camera

tamron camera bags

leica camera comparison

wearable hd camera



26.10.2011. u 13:01 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

SECOND HAND THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA - THERMAL IMAGING CA


Second hand thermal imaging camera - Pentax m85 12mp digital camera - Super had ccd camera



Second Hand Thermal Imaging Camera





second hand thermal imaging camera






    thermal imaging
  • Infrared thermography, thermal imaging, and thermal video, are examples of infrared imaging science. Thermal imaging cameras detect radiation in the infrared range of the electromagnetic spectrum (roughly 900-14,000 nanometers or 0.

  • Syn. thermography. Producing an image of an object by means of the infrared radiation emitted by it. A camera tube with a suitable lens system may be used to produce the image.

  • The technique of using the heat given off by an object to produce an image of it or locate it

  • Survey which detects thermal losses through a buildings fabric.





    second hand
  • an intermediate person; used in the phrase `at second hand'; "he could learn at second hand from books"

  • hand marking seconds on a timepiece

  • An extra hand in some watches and clocks that moves around to indicate the seconds

  • from a source of previously owned goods; "I prefer to buy second hand"





    camera
  • A camera is a device that records/stores images. These images may be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. The term camera comes from the camera obscura (Latin for "dark chamber"), an early mechanism for projecting images. The modern camera evolved from the camera obscura.

  • A chamber or round building

  • television camera: television equipment consisting of a lens system that focuses an image on a photosensitive mosaic that is scanned by an electron beam

  • equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)











Star Tours - Getting the Point on Nabu




Star Tours - Getting the Point on Nabu





As a follow up to yesterday's Star Tours queue shot, here is one from inside the cabin of the Disneyland version of the attraction...

WARNING: Spoiler Alert!!!
If you don't want to know what waits for you inside Star Tours, do not read further...

With boarding passes in hand, it is finally time to ride Star Tours again after nearly a year of waiting!
Upon entering the queue, guests are met with a familiar scene as R2-D2 and C-3PO service the new (old) Starspeeder 1000 clad in a striking white and coppery red livery. The reboot of Star Tours takes place in a earlier time frame than the original, with the adventures set just before the events of the first Star Wars movie, which became Episode IV: A New Hope as the series expanded into 6 chapters...

The biggest change in the queue occurs in the second gallery where a Droid repair facility used to be. Now, the line snakes through a security checkpoint featuring a scanner that projects thermal images of guests on a big screen monitor that is controlled by a hillarious wise cracking droid... Also in this part of the queue is a rear projection screen that presents silhouettes of busy space travelers as they commute inside the terminal. There are surprises in here, so keep your eyes peeled for familiar silhouettes...

Next is the checkpoint where 3D glasses are handed out and guests are directed to gate assignments. Fans of the old version of this ride will remember the video featuring a flight attendant giving safety instructions over a video monitor...For the reboot, the safety video features a droid giving the spiel voiced by Allison Janney. The original flight attendant makes a cameo appearance in the cabin scene of the video...Also new this time around is the inclusion of a little back story in the form of a "live feed" that shows C-3PO entering the cabin and accidently becoming your pilot...

Once inside the cabin, everything seems so familiar...until the cockpit shield is dropped revealing C-3PO at the controls. From here on, the ride is all new...I have been keeping up on all of the blogs that have documented the new features of this ride, including the multiple planet destinations and cut-scenes engineered to provide a "different" ride each time...But I was not prepared for how EXCELLENT this has all been accomplished! I was blown away by the 3D, which includes many little gimmicks that appear in the different cut-scenes. I was very happy to see essential Star Wars "lore" included in the scenes, and outstanding attention to details that only true Star Wars fans could know...

In my photo, you will notice a cracked viewscreen...and the tail of a Nabu Starfighter protruding INTO the cabin...A completely AWESOME part of the Nabu scene!
We rode Star Tours 4 times during the preview, and I could have ridden it 20 times if I had it my way.
By the way, photography is not allowed on the ride, but my finger "accidentally" depressed the shutter while I was holding the camera securely during our flight...guess I was lucky to get any kind of image from my accidental discharge...
:)

Oh, one more thing...It is possible to be BOTH a Star Wars fan and a Star Trek fan...I won't argue which is better...Let's just say that I know darn near every line from EACH of these series' movies and TV episodes. In the Queue of the first gallery, there is a hidden homage to Trekkers and fans of a certain Starship...












ENGINE 16




ENGINE 16





Crazy parking job.

Fire Station #1 is right up the block from me. Fire trucks scream past at all hours. In fact, I can hear one passing by as I type this. I'm always amazed at the skill with which these men navigate the 90 degree turn past my building. I haven't been lucky enough to catch them doing it with camera in hand... yet.

The men and women of Atlanta Fire Rescue put it on the line for the people of this city every minute of every day. Mortal danger is forever only a bell's ring away:

November 23, 2006
Firefighter Steven Mitchell Solomon
Atlanta Fire Department, Georgia

Firefighter Solomon was working a 24-hour shift on Thanksgiving Day. Shortly after 2000hrs, Atlanta Fire-Rescue dispatched a full first-alarm assignment for a reported fire in an abandoned house. On arrival, companies encountered heavy smoke showing from a boarded-up single-story brick structure. As other crews removed plywood window coverings and forced entry through the front door, the crew of Engine 16 prepared to advance a 1-3/4inch attack line into the house. Firefighter Solomon was on the nozzle as the line was advanced inside. The attack team immediately encountered high temperature and zero-visibility conditions. Within seconds after they entered, the battalion chief arrived, assumed command, and ordered the companies to operate in a defensive strategy. Before the line could be backed out, the interior became enveloped in flames and the 3 firefighters from Engine 16 lost track of each other. Two of the firefighters managed to escape through the front door. Firefighters who were outside saw the silhouette of a firefighter, enveloped in flames, running past the front door and moving toward the rear of the house. The fire was quickly knocked down and crews made entry from both the front and rear to conduct a search. Firefighter Solomon was located almost immediately by a member who was using a thermal imaging camera and several firefighters quickly removed him from the dwelling. He was unconscious and critically burned. When he was found, Firefighter Solomon had removed his helmet, hood, and SCBA facepiece. One boot was also missing. Although he received immediate treatment from firefighter/paramedics on the scene and was transported within minutes to a level-one trauma center and regional burn unit, Firefighter Solomon died 6 days later without regaining consciousness.
_________

3 shots

The Varsity
Atlanta, GA









second hand thermal imaging camera







See also:

vivitar 6200w underwater camera

quick release camera straps

how to detect spy camera

casio digital camera ex z1000

canon digital camera latest

the dome camera

polaroid digital camera t730



26.10.2011. u 13:01 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

SECOND HAND CAMERA LENSES SALE. SECOND HAND CAMERA


SECOND HAND CAMERA LENSES SALE. PANASONIC IP CAMERA BL C111. NIKON DIGITAL CAMERA PRICES INDIA.



Second Hand Camera Lenses Sale





second hand camera lenses sale






    camera lenses
  • (camera lens) a lens that focuses the image in a camera

  • (Camera lens) A camera lens (also known as photographic lens, objective lens or photographic objective) is an optical lens or assembly of lenses used in conjunction with a camera body and mechanism to make images of objects either on photographic film or on other media capable of storing an





    second hand
  • an intermediate person; used in the phrase `at second hand'; "he could learn at second hand from books"

  • from a source of previously owned goods; "I prefer to buy second hand"

  • An extra hand in some watches and clocks that moves around to indicate the seconds

  • hand marking seconds on a timepiece





    sale
  • A quantity or amount sold

  • The activity or business of selling products

  • a particular instance of selling; "he has just made his first sale"; "they had to complete the sale before the banks closed"

  • an occasion (usually brief) for buying at specially reduced prices; "they held a sale to reduce their inventory"; "I got some great bargains at their annual sale"

  • The exchange of a commodity for money; the action of selling something

  • the general activity of selling; "they tried to boost sales"; "laws limit the sale of handguns"











Test Shot 3 with Car Boot Sale Miranda 700 CD Flash Gun : Russian Industar 61 Leica Screw Rangefinder Lens 53 mm F2.8 :




Test Shot 3 with Car Boot Sale Miranda 700 CD Flash Gun : Russian Industar 61 Leica Screw Rangefinder Lens 53 mm F2.8 :





File name:DSC_0094.jpg
File size:611683 bytes (4016x2624, 0.5bpp, 52x)
EXIF Summary:1/25s f/5.6 ISO125 105mm (35mm eq:157mm)

Camera-Specific Properties:

Equipment Make:NIKON CORPORATION
Camera Model:NIKON D1X
Camera Software:Bibble 4.10.1
Maximum Lens Aperture:f/2.8
Sensing Method:Unknown
Focal Length (35mm Equiv):157 mm

Image-Specific Properties:

Image Orientation:Top, Left-Hand
Horizontal Resolution:300 dpi
Vertical Resolution:300 dpi
Image Created:2010:04:02 11:59:08
Exposure Time:5368709/134217728 sec
F-Number:f/5.6
Exposure Program:Manual
ISO Speed Rating:125
Lens Aperture:f/5.6
Exposure Bias:0 EV
Light Source:Unknown
Flash:No Flash
Focal Length:105.00 mm
Image Width:4016
Image Height:2624
Exposure Mode:Manual
Scene Capture Type:Standard
Contrast:Soft
Saturation:Normal
Sharpness:Soft
Subject Distance Range:Unknown
ISO Speed Used:125
Color Mode:COLOR
Image Quality:RAW
White Balance:PRESET1
Image Sharpening:LOW
Focus Mode:MANUAL
Tone Compensation:LOW
Lens Type:Unknown
Lens Range:105.0 mm; f/2.8
Auto Focus:Center
Shooting/Bracketing Mode:Single Frame/Off
Color Mode:MODE1
Lighting Type:NATURAL

Other Properties:

Resolution Unit:i
Exif IFD Pointer:8
Compression Scheme:JPEG Compression (Thumbnail)
Offset to JPEG SOI:3685
Bytes of JPEG Data:14861
Image Generated:2010:04:02 11:59:08
Image Digitized:2010:04:02 11:59:08
Shutter Speed:1/25 sec
DateTime Second Fraction:2
Scene Type:Directly Photographed
White Balance:Manual
GPS Info Version:2.0.0.0
Nikon Note Version:2.0
Flash Setting:
Auto Flash Mode:
Flash Used:No












IR test #2




IR test #2





Adventures in Infrared

The sale of my Canon gear last year enabled me to realise an ambition that I've had for many years, that is, to try taking photographs using infrared light. As a student, this was simply too expensive for me to consider trying with cost of IR film and processing, but it turns out that some digital cameras (and lenses) are particularly suited to this technique due to having above average sensitivity to the near-infrared wavelengths.

So I bought a second-hand Nikon D70s and sent it away to have the IR blocking filter over the sensor removed and replaced with an IR pass filter - this cuts out most of the visible wavelengths apart from deep red. Today was my first real opportunity to set up the camera and try it out in the field.

This shot, like the previous one, shows the colour of the image out of the camera; I've adjusted the levels and contrast, as images tend to be a bit flat if they're not strongly lit by the sun.









second hand camera lenses sale







See also:

japanese spy camera

canon digital camera ixus 9515

panasonic camera leica lens

vtech kidizoom camera pink

35mm compact camera

canon 50d camera sale

cheapest underwater camera

samsung camera batteries



26.10.2011. u 13:01 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

WEB CAMERA EFFECTS ONLINE. EFFECTS ONLINE


Web camera effects online. Gps reversing camera bluetooth. Zebra camera bag.



Web Camera Effects Online





web camera effects online






    web camera
  • A webcam is a video capture device that is connected to a computer or computer network, often using a USB port or, if connected to a network, ethernet or Wi-Fi.

  • A CCTV Camera with built-in web server computer. More info.





    effects
  • (effect) produce; "The scientists set up a shock wave"

  • Cause (something) to happen; bring about

  • property of a personal character that is portable but not used in business; "she left some of her personal effects in the house"; "I watched over their effects until they returned"

  • (effect) consequence: a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon; "the magnetic effect was greater when the rod was lengthwise"; "his decision had depressing consequences for business"; "he acted very wise after the event"





    online
  • While so connected or under computer control

  • on-line(a): being in progress now; "on-line editorial projects"

  • In or into operation or existence

  • on-line: on a regular route of a railroad or bus or airline system; "on-line industries"

  • With processing of data carried out simultaneously with its production

  • on-line: connected to a computer network or accessible by computer; "an on-line database"











Jersey City shore, Hudson River, Manhattan view




Jersey City shore, Hudson River, Manhattan view





5D/Tamron 28-300VC ISO800]

...and a final USM. Clearly it has some luminance noise issues, and of course the vignetting...but overall not too bad.

Now once again from the top! :)

The point is to see what, if any, visible effect the various changes have when the image is displayed as it is here. I think it's easy to see: at this size & resolution changes that would be easy to see, and highly-beneficial at even 1MP, are basically just lost. Practically ineffective. This is a 12MP shot! Flickr is throwing away over 90% of the image data in its standard display format. Ergo either over 90% of the image data from a 12MP image is redundant, or Flickr is nearly useless for displaying images. Clearly the latter is not true so the main takeaway is that 12MP cameras are vast overkill in the digital age, when most if not all image-viewing is done online. Even though they are a product of the digital revolution, the revolution has passed them by. Anything over 3MP is as archaic today as film was 5 years ago. 2MP, maybe 3MP, is enough, the "sweet spot", where we want to be. Look at an iPhone. Surprise! It has a 3MP camera.

We have no choice, really. Those of us who rarely if ever print simply need much more efficient printing-processes and lighter, smaller cameras that capture far-less image-data and enable us to shoot at higher ISOs with less noise. We do not need bigger, heavier, much more-expensive cameras & lenses that generate even more pixels and more noise. Generating even more pixels only helps those who insist on creating large prints with technology that requires all those pixels. And that includes shooting film. If you're shooting film for *resolution* you're making a big mistake. Shoot it for color, if anything, and then scan your images in a way that lets you put 2-4MP images on the web, easily, at high quality. This is only an ISO800 shot, technically it could be shot with film (probably only ISO400 film given the error in indicated ISO), but one would need either an equivalent IS lens or a much faster, sharper non-IS lens to get this handheld. Or ok maybe you don't care if it's flat-sharp across the frame and you can take this wide-open and be happy.











An Unprocessed Jewelry Picture




An Unprocessed Jewelry Picture





My sisters both run a local and online artisan jewelry shop called Jameson Galleries. Because I'm the brother with the camera and the web skills, I get to photograph the jewelry and post it to the site.

After many hours of experimenting, we finally hit upon the idea of using the flash at night at close range with the aperture closed WAY down (1/2000th shutter speed, with the F-ratio varying between F/18 and F/24 in most cases, as much as F/36 in the most extreme cases). It makes for an unusual effect. This picture is one of the latest examples, and one of the better ones.









web camera effects online







See also:

camera bag underwater

cute camera bags

usb pc camera plus software

free flip video camera

flip camera competitors

buy document camera

pinhole spy camera

spy camera surveillance

buy polaroid camera australia



26.10.2011. u 13:00 • 0 KomentaraPrint#

Blog.hr koristi kolačiće za pružanje boljeg korisničkog iskustva. Postavke kolačića mogu se kontrolirati i konfigurirati u vašem web pregledniku. Više o kolačićima možete pročitati ovdje. Nastavkom pregleda web stranice Blog.hr slažete se s korištenjem kolačića. Za nastavak pregleda i korištenja web stranice Blog.hr kliknite na gumb "Slažem se".Slažem se