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  • The capital of Australia and seat of the federal government, in Australian Capital Territory that is an enclave within New South Wales; pop. 310,000

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  • 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.

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Philips Fidelio DS8500 Speaker Dock with Remote for iPod/iPhone (White/Silver)

Philips Fidelio DS8500 Speaker Dock with Remote for iPod/iPhone (White/Silver)

Philips Fidelio DS8500 2.0 Speaker System DS8500/37 Multimedia Speakers

Delivering exceptional sound performance in a compact package, the Philips Fidelio DS8500 Docking Speaker plays music from your iPod or iPhone in stunning detail. Designed for audiophiles, this speaker is engineered with PureDigital technology and a curved profile to provide tight, precise sound. Unlock additional features using the complementary Fidelio app, which gives you access to custom alarms, equalizer settings, and more.
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Fidelio DS8500 Docking Speaker:
Obsessed with Sound
PureDigital sound processing technology offers audio clarity and balance
Precisely tuned bass pipes provide deep, tight bass reproduction
Midrange driver volume matches acoustic requirements for strong, rich bass
Shielding technology blocks mobile phone interference
Curved back reduces internal resonance for precise, natural audio reproduction

Philips Fidelio DS8500
PureDigital Processing for Unsurpassed Fidelity
Unlike traditional iPod docks, the DS8500 processes sound digitally. The result is far clearer audio performance. Using PureDigital, the DS8500 collects the digital output of your iPod or iPhone and processes it at each stage of the circuit, resulting in a much higher signal-to-noise ratio. This allows the speaker to reproduce the audio files on your mobile device with greater clarity and fidelity.
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The DS8500 Docking Speaker delivers stunning sound quality and style. View larger.
Optimized Drivers Add Precision
If a speaker's drivers aren't optimized to match its acoustic requirements, it will produce distorted sound. Fortunately, the DS8500's drivers have been fine-tuned to provide clear performance at all frequencies. High tones are precise and distinct, while low tones come out deep and tight. Bass reproduction is particularly rich: the mid- and low-range drivers have been specially engineered to create crisp, penetrating sound reproduction.
Curved Design Creates an Ideal Acoustic Environment
Chic and elegant, the DS8500's curved design is not only an eye catcher--it's also an effective structure for acoustics. The concave architecture of the speaker creates an ideal acoustic environment for your music: it dramatically reduces distortion and resonance, resulting in more precise and natural sound.
Proximity Sensor and Remote Control for Convenient Operation
The speaker also features an intuitive backlit control panel, which is activated using a proximity sensor. When your hand moves close to the speaker, the display illuminates and allows you to operate it. Walk away and the light dims to allot more power to music playback. For added convenience, an easy-to-use remote control is included.
Free Fidelio App Unlocks Additional Features
If you own an iPod touch or iPhone you can unlock even more features for your docking speaker using the complementary Fidelio app. The Philips Fidelio app lets you control your speaker dock's acoustic properties, access 7000+ free internet radio stations, share music you are listening to with friends via facebook and twitter, set alarms to wake to your favorite music, photo or weather conditions and much more using your iPhone or iPod touch.
Dock Any iPhone or iPod, Even in Its Case
The speaker's spring-loaded docking port accommodates any iPhone or iPod, without special adaptors. What's more, it works even when most protective cases are on--just dock your iPhone or iPod as is for fuss-free enjoyment of your music.
Compatible with Most iPods and iPhones
Compatible with Most iPods and iPhones
The DS8500 is compatible with most iPod and iPhone models, including: iPhone, iPhone 4, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPod (5th Generation), iPod Classic, iPod mini, iPod Nano (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Generations), iPod Shuffle, and iPod Touch (1st, 2nd, and 3rd Generations).
What's in the Box
DS8500 Docking Speaker, AC power cord, matching remote, 3.5-millimeter auxiliary cable, and user manual.
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Whatever genre or artist you prefer, the Fidelio docking speakers are designed to let you hear every note of your music for an authentic sound experience.
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Beautiful sound anywhere you want it.
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Unleashes full fidelity from iPod/iPhone/iPad. SBD7500
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Wake up with your iPad.
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Women's Semi Final, Australian Open 1992

Women's Semi Final, Australian Open 1992

Every January when the Australian Open Tennis is on, I fondly remember back to 1992 when, working for XPress Group, I was lucky enough to be handed a Press Pass and a Nikon F2 camera fitted with a new Kodak DCS-1 back. The camera, in turn, was connected to a 'lable' hard disk with (B+W CRT!) preview function that stored, from memory, about 120 images at 2048px along the longest edge. The hard disk could also accept a keyboard and voiceband modem that allowed images to be sent to news photo repositories and syndicated worldwide within ... well, within an hour or so! It was amazing technology for the time - bear in mind that the Mosaic browser wasn't released for another 15 months!

If you look at this photo, you'll see some pretty massive compression artefacts as well as a wild colour balance issue (that purple is supposed to be royal blue!), but the product was aimed at the fast turnaround press environment (believe me, you couldn't afford this kit at home!), and given the low resolutions involved and the fact that no newspapers were printed in colour, these technical issues were not big obstacles.

My task was to get the 'real' press photographers interested in it and teach them how to use it if they were interested. It was a great tool, probably the biggest issue was the shutter delay. You really had to fire in anticipation - about half a second ahead, otherwise you missed your moment.

In the end, a photo I took of Jim Courier holding aloft the cup was posted on the 'wire' and was picked up by the Canberra Times, appearing on the back page the next day - the first digital photograph to appear in any Australian Newspaper.

My highilight, though, was Monica Seles - one of the most fiercely determined women I've ever seen. Great fun.

Deja vu

Deja vu

A year on, and the same horse is still there. I saw this scene on the way to work this morning, previsualised what I would shoot, and went home at lunch to grab my camera.

Canon 5D, cropped section, ten dollar thrift store 180-410mm Sun zoon lens @ 410mm, f11, 100ASA. Oh, and shot from a tripod.

I love the perspective foreshortening only a truly long lens can give, especially with the cartoon detail simplification that Topaz can bring.

For the record, the horse was 200 metres away, and the buildings are 3 kilometres away...

camera store canberra

camera store canberra

Canberra Australia's Capital City [PAL]

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Come with us to a city of light and grace, a meticulously planned metropolis-the symbolic heart of a nation. Enter new Parliament House...uncover the myth and meaning of its design...from the gathering of Aboriginal clans depicted in the mosaic of the Forecourt...to the marble columns of the Foyer, reminiscent of a refreshing eucalypt forest.
Experience the mood of old Parliament House, now a museum of political history...and the Australian War Memorial, shrine to fallen war heroes. Discover the impressive architecture of Canberra's High Court, the National Library, the Science and Technology Centre...and the many unique embassies. Visit Cockington Green, a surprising slice of England in miniature... the National Aquarium, largest synthetic salt water aquarium in the Southern Hemisphere...and the Australian National Botanic Gardens, a treasure trove of native plants.
Recapture a bygone era at Lanyon Homestead...view waterbirds in the vast wetlands of Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and frolic in the snow of Thredbo and Charlotte Pass. We take you to Cooma, Jindabyne and Mt Kosciusko...and then to the annual Floriade in Commonwealth Park...all this and more in Panorama Australia's superb video of Canberra.
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