STATIC NIGHT VISION CAMERA. STATIC NIGHT
Static night vision camera. Best dslr camera under 500.
Static Night Vision Camera
- The Xbox Live Vision camera was announced at E3 2006 and was released in North America on September 19, 2006, Europe and Asia on October 2, 2006, and Japan on November 2, 2006.
- Concerned with bodies at rest or forces in equilibrium
- a crackling or hissing noise caused by electrical interference
- angry criticism; "they will probably give you a lot of static about your editorial"
- Lacking in movement, action, or change, esp. in a way viewed as undesirable or uninteresting
- inactive: not in physical motion; "the inertia of an object at rest"
- (of a process or variable) Not able to be changed during a set period, for example, while a program is running
- This as the interval between two days
- the time after sunset and before sunrise while it is dark outside
- a period of ignorance or backwardness or gloom
- the period spent sleeping; "I had a restless night"
- The period of darkness in each twenty-four hours; the time from sunset to sunrise
- The darkness of night
VideoSecu 4 Channel Camera Digital Video Recorder DVR System Card 1HH
DVC403 is a PCI Card installed in a PC that will display and record live video from the cameras connected. It has 4 channels video input, the maximum display/recording rate is 30 fps. Advanced event search feature is available, search recorded files by year, month, date, hour. Simultaneously record and monitor 4 cameras. It support AVI file back up, full remote capabilities (PSTN, ISDN & LAN network), remote control (pan/tilt, zoom, control), 3 levels of password protection. This listing is for hardware only. Software is free. Intensive PC and CCTV technical knowledge and experience are required for installation. Installation support is not included. It works with Intel PC with Windows XP and 2000, 98. It does not work with Windows 7 and Vista 64 bit. AMD computer will not work. Please check your PC before making the purchase. We are not responsible for compatibility issues.
Blind to the Beauty
before i fell in love with documentary photography, i should have known my calling. my nightmares included being partially blind. i could see, slightly--everything was fuzzy, opaque. everyone would laugh at me. i would get lost. i feared losing my sense of vision long before i found a profession and passion and love for a task that requires my own unique vision. i found my fear in a nightmare long before i knew it.
i don't have the usual anxiety dreams.
ok, so that's not true. i do have the usual anxiety dreams. i dream i'm pulling my teeth out. i dream i'm falling. i dream that i'm taking a test and everyone is finishing and i don't understand a single question. i run, but can't run fast enough to get away.
i can't even wrap my head around the complexity of dreaming. your brain creates a scene and plays it out while you sleep and can cause your true emotions to come forth? astounding. we can fly. we can speak fluent french. we change sexes. friends morph into other friends mid-story. we wake up crying. we talk in our sleep. we toss. we turn. and often, when remembered, it stirs us.
despite the fantasy of it all.
i've been sleepless this past week. i toss and turn and awake after brief, stress-filled dreams. i wake up with a knotted stomach in the morning. there is one dream that has haunted me the past year off and on, and i was reminded of it the other night. it isn't the usual anxiety dream. the nightmare varies, but always ends the same. i find myself surround by the most beautiful scenes. rich colors, interesting people, some of the most breathtaking things i've ever seen. and everything lines up to be remarkable photographs.
but, my camera doesn't work.
i try and try to press the shutter and nothing happens. i keep trying. to no avail. desperate to get the photo.
when i think about it, awake and out of bed, what i find more troubling than the broken camera and missing the photograph is that i never just put my camera down and enjoy the scene. i never truly see it.
instead, i frantically try to capture it. despite the fact that i never will.
my awake self is more afraid of being blind to that beauty than my nightmare of never catching it.
Day10: Project 365
Got together with some friends last night for a long gaming session on Rainbow Six Vegas. My character has my own face mapped onto him using the Xbox Live Vision camera. Very cool and great fun sneaking round a corner and coming face to face with someone who actually looks like your real life friend :)
static night vision camera
The pupil cam is a high-resolution, 1.3 megapixel digital camera that fits directly on your microscope. Use the long (94" / 2.4m) USB cable to connect it with monitors, multimedia projectors, and computers. The built-in 10x eyepiece help securely and accurately line up the camera and the microscope or stereoscope. Camera - Frame rate: variable with selected screen size, Default 13 fps at max resolution of 1280 x 1024 (1.3), VGA 30 fps at resolution of 640 x 480. Field of View: 19mm eyepiece adapter. OSD: Controlled by software buttons. Output resolution: 1.3 megapixel. Output: VGA, RGB (DVI, HDMI depending on your computer's configuration). RS232: via software interface of computer. USB connection: USB 2.0 compliant. USB cable: factory installed 1.7 m USB 2.0. Operating Temperature: 0 degree C - 50 degree C. Lighting: low lighting to work with electrical microscopes. Power source: 5 VDC, 200 mA from USB port ONLY meeting green initiative. Cross platform OS: windows, mac, linux. UVC driverless: Works on windows, mac, and linux. MSI support: installation, maintenance, and removal of software via Microsoft server. Memory: image / video. Image recording: 400 minimum average 132,000 images per standard hard drive space of 20GB at 1280 x 1024. Video recording: 8 minutes minimum OR 4 hours per standard hard drive space of 20 GB at AVI resolution 640 x 480. Advance imaging; for science studies to include 3D rendering, measurement of varied angles, counting, and much more. Average set up time: less than 5 minutes for 1 - 1,000 units using MSI for cross platform software installations. Free updates: for the life of the product on software and hardware. IWB compliant: interactive white board compliant for most current boards. Viewing angle: 60 degree: diagonal, 50 degree: horizontal. Connect to microscope: built-in 10x eyepiece replaces microscope eyepiece. Certifications: CE, FCC, RoHS, ISO 9001-2008.
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