Saturday, March 31, 2012

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Canon IXUS 105, 130 & 210 Hands-on Preview

Canon IXUS 105, 130 & 210 Hands-on Preview Tube. Duration : 6.63 Mins.

We attended the Canon Products Press Workshop on 9th February 2010, the day after the announcement about the EOS 550D, so we were hoping that this would feature prominently at the Press Workshop. They didn't have the EOS 550D unfortunately, but they had some new IXUS cameras to show us, which included: IXUS 105, IXUS 130 and the touch-screen IXUS 210. Watch the video to see more.

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Friday, March 30, 2012

Best Bargain Cameras! Android Beats iPhone, Speed Up OS X, Solar Gadgets Suck, High Speed Drive ...

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Automatically Watermark and Strip EXIF Photos! Why More Megapixels Is Bad For Low Light Photography, AppZapper for Windows, DisplayPort to HDMI. Green vs. Black vs. Blue: WD Hard Drive Help, Exploding the Solar Cell Hanging From The Backpack Myth. Android: Talk To Text That Works, 24 vs. 27 Monitor: Same Resolution, Which Size? Supermagnets vs. Hard Drives!

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Clapham Junction Looting - SKY NEWS

Clapham Junction Looting - SKY NEWS Tube. Duration : 2.05 Mins.

Looters steal in quantity from numerous shops in Clapham Junction, South London. I ask some of them: "Why?" Filmed on my phone at 10pm on 8th Aug 2011. COPYRIGHT: SKY NEWS (

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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Canon PowerShot A2000 IS Digital Camera

Canon PowerShot A2000 IS Digital Camera Tube. Duration : 9.92 Mins.

Canon PowerShot A2000 IS Digital Camera is the latest triumph of the A Series. Inside its sleek, pared down design, this top-of-the-line PowerShot A2000 IS is packed with easy-to-use features. You've got a 10.0-megapixel resolution and a 6x Optical Zoom with Optical Image Stabilizer for big, beautiful prints and superb stability. To keep subjects looking their best, the DIGIC III Image Processor with Canon Face Detection handles the technical details - automatically. An Easy Mode allows you to concentrate on your scene, while Easy Playback lets you screen your images on a super-sized 3.0-inch LCD.

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Fujifilm Finepix HS20 EXR Review

Fujifilm Finepix HS20 EXR Review Tube. Duration : 6.73 Mins.

For the complete Fujifilm Finepix HS20 EXR review, go to Fujifilm is back at it again with a new flagship Super Zoom digital camera, and we got a chance to flog it all day and night. The Fujifilm Finepix HS20 EXR is the successor to last year's Finepix HS10—a camera that left us with conflicted emotions. The pomp and circumstance engulfing the new Fujifim Finepix HS20 EXR is its—yes, you guessed it—brand new 16-megapixel EXR CMOS sensor. That means we get Fujifilm's EXR shooting technology merged with a Backside Illuminated Sensor, and image and video quality becomes the hot topic of this review. Not only did Fujifilm cram a new sensor into the Finepix HS20 EXR, but the camera now offers SDXC card support, a higher 12800 ISO cap, and more pixels in the LCD. That's about it, compared to last year's Finepix HS10. Therefore, Fujifilm did not improve upon our suggestions riddled throughout the Finepix HS10 review, so many of our shooting-oriented gripes were relived yet a second time. The Fujifilm Finepix HS20 EXR is an odd duck, so take a leap into the pond, shall we?

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How To Download Music Video for Ipod In 3 Easy Steps

If you're looking to learn how to download music video for Ipod, you've come to the right place.One of the coolest things about Ipods is the fact that you can use them for things other than music-even watching music videos! Read on for the lowdown on exactly how it's done.

Now first of all, before you begin, you may well need to get some specialised MP4 conversion software. Most music videos, movies etc are in avi or WMV format, which is cool but they don't work with your little Ipod-it needs MP4 videos to play. You can get software to convert avi's/wmv's etc to MP4 at all different places on the net, so just search for it on Google.

Once you have all the files in the correct format, you will need to import them into Itunes the normal way. This should be quick and easy, but it's very important that you convert them to the correct file formats BEFORE you put them on Itunes. Things can get tricky otherwise.

Now that you have all the files into Itunes, just hook your Ipod up and transfer them over. How to download music video for Ipod is literally that simple!

The real tricky thing is not how to download music video for Ipod it's where to download music video for Ipod. Most people have no idea where they can get such things. Sure you can buy them from Itunes or whatever, but do you really want to pay for something that's available for free elsewhere?

If you do some research you can find websites with MILLIONS of Ipod files for you to download, from music videos to movies to songs. It can be tricky to find a good site that's not full of spyware, but I've worked out a few of the best ones, so check out the links below so you can find them and get your free downloads.

So there we are-you now know how to download music video to Ipod. As I said, it's not the how that's tough, it's the where, but check out the links below and you'll soon be enjoying all the free downloads you could want!

Taking Sport Photographs - Digital Camera Tips

Taking sport photographs is not difficult at all and can make for some really nice pictures. If you are really into sports and highly enjoy watching the games or even participating in them it can be very fun and rewarding to take sports photos.

First off, taking sport photos isn't the same as the way that enthusiastic parent is taking pictures of his or her kids. Sport photos that look good are not simply pointed at the action and taken. If you take a look at most, you'll see how they end up very different looking from most sport photos regular point and shooters take.

Sports photography can be somewhat difficult especially if you don't know how to do it or have a slow eye. Most sports are very fast and have lots of movement. This, nevertheless, is easy to overcome and take really great photos. If you can learn how to flawlessly capture movement with your digital camera then you can take really great sports pictures.

When it comes to taking fast action photographs, whether they are sports photos or bird photos, there are some common tips to follow. These tips are NOT just for sports photos. You can use these tips for taking action photos of birds, lions, planes, etc.

One of the most important aspects of sports photos is the settings on your camera. If you've ever taken sports photos with a fully automatic camera you probably ended up deleting nearly half the photos. Shutter speed is a setting that is usually much manipulated with action sport photos. Another setting that is manipulated often with sports is the ISO setting.

Shutter Speed Manipulation

When you take pictures of any object in motion, the need to freeze the object or blur the object is fully made through the shutter speed. If you're taking speed motion pictures of sports you'll want to stop the motion and not have blurred subjects. This means you'll want a fast shutter speed. The shutter speed should be faster than the subjects motion. If you're taking a shot of a very fast object you'll need a much faster shutter speed than a slow moving object like a turtle.

ISO Settings

What happens when you use a faster shutter speed is that less light is let into the camera. This can be fine for somewhat faster shutter speeds, but faster speeds require some change in the ISO to allow more light exposure.

Taking sports photos indoors can provide many more challenges. Because the light is mostly artificial it'll be much harder to properly expose when manipulating shutter speeds. When taking sports photos at or above around four hundred ISO setting can be fine. Be careful when using ISO because using a very high number can make your image very noisy. Some noise is alright as you can easily remove a little noise in photo editing programs.

Besides the settings, equipment is also used for sports photos. Unless you're allowed to be on the field with the players and get close ups of them, you'll most likely be very far from the action. To get up close you'll need a high quality telephoto lens. The telephoto lens is what all professional sport photographers use and gets you to get really close and get great shots of the action.

What happens with such long telephoto lenses is that the background will get out of focus. A shallow depth of field is very common with sports pictures and even sports on television. If you watch the closer shots of individual players you'll notice how the background is very blurred.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

ProFORMA: Probabilistic Feature-based On-line Rapid Model Acquisition

ProFORMA: Probabilistic Feature-based On-line Rapid Model Acquisition Tube. Duration : 3.35 Mins.

Video introducing ProFORMA, a system allowing on-line (live) generation of textured 3D models.

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Entry Level DSLR Holiday Roundup

Entry Level DSLR Holiday Roundup Tube. Duration : 10.48 Mins.

Approaching the Holiday season, this video covers some affordably priced DSLR camera models. Entry Level DSLR Holiday Roundup

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Canon 60D Live View Focus Controls | Training DVD Video Lessons for 60 D

Canon 60D Live View Focus Controls | Training DVD Video Lessons for 60 D Tube. Duration : 3.48 Mins.

This video will show you how to activate Live View for the Canon 60D and how to select and control the three different auto focus modes for Live View. It also covers how to use "Manual Focus with Zoom" during live view to achieve precise focus when shooting wide open or for macro. These methods and techniques also apply to focusing when shooting video. This lesson is one of many from my new training DVD "Canon 60D Crash Course" which will help beginning and advanced shooters alike to learn their Canon 60D in quick, easy to understand lessons. It can be ordered from this link:

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Friday, March 23, 2012

Alaska '07

Alaska '07 Video Clips. Duration : 18.18 Mins.

This is the first slide show that I ever made. I bought my digital camera halfway through this trip so I didn't get any pictures of the time we spent at the cabin, the kayaking trip to Willard Island or of the caribou hunt.

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Thursday, March 22, 2012

What Kind of Camera Should My Wedding Photographer Use?

If you are in the process of looking for a wedding photographer, chances are you will soon hear the terms: medium format, 35mm, and digital. Those are the three primary types of camera systems currently used by wedding photographers. We, the wedding photographers, have argued amongst ourselves for years as to which camera system is best. I'll start by sharing with you about the different camera systems and will then give you my opinion of which camera system your wedding photographer should use.

Medium Format

For many years medium format has been the absolute best option. A medium format camera uses film that is 3 times the size of a 35mm negative-- resulting in higher resolution images and beautiful enlargements, however, the cameras and processing costs are very expensive.

Primary advantages: high resolution negatives. Previously, the fact that a person owned a Medium Format camera was almost, in and of itself, a sign that they were a true "wedding photographer" (due to the expense of the system).

Disadvantages: expensive to operate (film costs are so high that some wedding photography books encourage medium format photographers to limit the photos they take); film can be lost or damaged during processing; slower to focus and operate.


For many years 35mm has had a bad reputation for providing poor quality enlargements -- especially when compared to medium format. However, over the past 10 years the quality of 35mm film has improved tremendously. It is now a common format used by many professional photographers, especially those who use the photojournalistic style and shoot close to a thousand or more images on a wedding day.

Primary advantages to 35mm: fast (easy to quickly focus and shoot during), much improved quality of enlargements (many people would have a hard time telling the difference between a 35mm and medium format 8x10 enlargement).

Disadvantages: processing film is becoming more and more expensive, and film can be damaged or loss during processing. Many photographers that shoot film are now having the negatives scanned so that the files become a digital file.


Professional digital wedding photography has been a viable option since about the year 2000 (although some would argue that date). The quality of digital cameras has now reached a point where I now feel digital has surpassed the quality of medium format negatives. Keep in mind there is a broad variety of cameras, and a "professional" digital camera from 2004 that cost ,500 new will not capture the quality of images that a "pro-am" (a camera targeted to advanced amateurs and also professionals) from 2010 that costs ,000 will capture. "Digital camera" covers a massive spectrum of cameras and camera quality.

Primary digital advantages: instant review of images on the back of the camera; no film and processing costs (although the savings is offset by the additional computer time required to process the digital images); more control over the images (i.e., a slight rotation or cropping of an image is quick and easy with digital but requires a custom print from 35mm or medium format). Many digital cameras surpass the quality of even medium format.

Disadvantages: technology changes rapidly over time and cameras soon are outdated (although this doesn't necessarily effect you, as the consumer). Memory cards are easier to lose than rolls of film (if your wedding photographer uses a digital camera, ask them how they make sure the photos arrive safely back at the studio).

So, which camera system should my photographer use?

No matter what you have been told - all three formats are a viable method for wedding photography. Some might be more expensive than others, but they all CAN produce good results. The fact is that all three systems can result in poor-quality photos, too. Many photographers use several of the camera systems. Some might use medium format for the formals but 35mm for the reception and ceremony coverage. Others will primarily shoot digital, but might bring film cameras as backup equipment.

This is the key: before signing a contract with a photographer, ask to see sample enlargements that were taken with the same equipment that would be used at your wedding. If you like the quality and color of the images, it doesn't really matter whether 35mm, digital, or a medium format camera was used to record the image!

Nikon D90 review

Nikon D90 review Video Clips. Duration : 9.97 Mins.

Full review at . A ten minute video tour around Nikon's latest mid-range DSLR, the D90, including clips from its movie mode, by Gordon Laing, Editor of . For our full review, sample images and current pricing, please click the link at the start of this text or visit cameralabs . com. If you have any questions regarding the D90 or this review, feel free to comment in the Nikon D90 thread in the Cameralabs forums.

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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Panasonic G1 Review by What Digital Camera

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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

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The Nikon D400 Camera - Most Anticipated Digital SLR in Years

The world of photography and cameras is a highly competitive market, where each purchase can amount to several thousand dollars. As a consumer, if you're going to be spending such a large chunk of money, you're going to want to research the best option. Sometimes, this means researching your purchase months before you actually make it. That is not just good for your photos but good for your pocketbook too. Lately though, the camera thousands of people have been looking into has not even been officially announced yet. This camera is the Nikon D400 digital SLR.

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Now why would a camera be so highly anticipated before it's even announced as being a possibility by the company that makes it? In this case, the speculation has gone rampant. The current camera model in the same line is the Nikon D300, which brought nothing short of amazement among those who use it. The D300 received stellar reviews from Nikon fanatics and critics alike, and became one of the best received cameras in recent history.

Those high reviews gave people high expectations for the next product in the same line, and started the speculation of a Nikon D400 only a year after the D300 was released. Nikon tends to release the next model within a line between two and three years after the release of the previous model. This adds fuel to the D400 rumors as the two year mark comes on 23 August 2009.

With that two year mark fast approaching, rumors surrounding the Nikon D400 are popping up like wildfire, and the speculation is coming from photographers and techies alike. Any fluctuation in the production of previous models gets quickly noticed, and thousands of avid Nikon watchers make posts on various related websites. Speculation and rumors on the specifications of the D400 range from being realistic but impressive, to completely out to lunch.

One thing everyone seems to agree on though is that after an amazing release in the form of the Nikon D300, there are very high expectations of the Nikon D400 camera. All Nikon fans and critics alike are going to be paying very close attention to the life cycle of this pending digital SLR. If Nikon can deliver on the D400 like they did on the D300 though, competitors like Canon, Kodak, and Pentax will all have a rough time claiming the market.

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Super Mario Bros Theme Song Acapella Multitrack

Super Mario Bros Theme Song Acapella Multitrack Tube. Duration : 1.53 Mins.

Multitrack of "Platforms a Plenty" from Super Mario Sunshine on the GameCube (the acapella Mario theme song in the warp/secret levels) This is my first time trying something like this, and despite a couple spots that aren't great, I'm happy with how it turned out. I'm a tenor, so although I was able to hit the high G5 (sitting just above the treble clef) that pops up a couple times, I had to cheat and use some digital magic to get down to the low C2 (a couple lines below the bass cleff). Filmed against my bedroom wall (which has Blik Mario decals on it) with my Canon point and shoot digital camera balanced on my bed (I broke my tripod earlier this year). Based on a MIDI ( which I learned the parts from.

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Monday, March 19, 2012

What is the Best Digital Camera Brand For 2009?

Picking the best camera brand is very hard, and is something that varies greatly. Some may say Canon, while others may say Kodak. It all depends on what the camera is being used for.

Technically, there is no best camera brand, and it really just comes down to individual preference. Nonetheless, there are quite a few brands that really do dominate in many ways. These brands include Olympus, Leica, Panasonic, Minolta, Fuji, Pentax, and Sony. As you can see, it is hard to pick just one brand, as there are many brands that are right up there as "the best camera brand".

As for quality, this may be a bit easier to rank. At the top would be Leica, followed by Panasonic, Minolta, Olympus, Yashica, Practika, Pentacon, Fuji, and Zeiss. There are several other brands, and just because they are not on this list does not mean they are bad brands. In fact, in this time there is really no such thing as "bad camera brand", but there are just certain brands that really shine.

Overall, many would say that the Leica could be the best if it was smaller. Many people do not like it because it is not one you can fit in your pocket. Though, it is said to be a great film and digital camera nonetheless. Olympus is probably one of the best digital SLR, and if you are willing top pay big bucks for lenses, then this is your best bet.

One thing that should be considered closely is what category camera you want as well. Some brands do not have good SLR cameras, while others may not have good ultra compact cameras. There are five categories, and before picking a specific brand you should definitely know which of these you will likely want. The categories include ultra compact (very small), compact (small), creative compact (a bit bigger than the compact cameras), SLR-like (larger), and the SLR (the largest). Some brands will not have good SLR cameras, so if you want a good SLR camera, some brands may not be an option for you. Generally, Sony caries ultra compact cameras, while Olympus is better known for SLR cameras. Picking a brand is not always something that someone can help you with. Often times people pick a camera on what they find is appealing. Try out some different cameras; see how you like their look, and their interface. It really comes down to individual preference over anything.

WB700 Samsung Compact Digital Camera

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Nikon Coolpix P500 Review

Nikon Coolpix P500 Review Video Clips. Duration : 7.28 Mins.

For the complete Nikon Coolpix P500 review, go to Call it a Super, Mega, Ultra, Deluxe, Supreme, or Big Booming Zoom—the new Nikon Coolpix P500 continues the tradition of obscene zoom ranges with its 36x optical range, one of the largest magnifications available within the current compact camera circuit. This is a 10x optical leap from last year's Nikon Coolpix P100, but that's not the only primary upgrade on the P500. Nikon also spruced up the camera's external design, stuffed more pixels into the fold-out LCD, and introduced new EXPEED 2 processing for the camera's Backside Illuminated CMOS sensor. Other than that, the Nikon Coolpix P500 is not a major divergence from last year's P100, and that's why both price tags remain identical. But the big question centers around the Nikon Coolpix P500's image quality, now that the latest processing has been implemented. Is the Nikon Coolpix P500 a noble upgrade? Let's find out.

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Sunday, March 18, 2012

Hak5 - Episode #7

Hak5 - Episode #7 Video Clips. Duration : 37.05 Mins.

In this episode of Hak.5 the gang hacks the CVS disposable digital camera, secure VNC traffic using SSH tunneling, take viewer questions and even check out some video submissions. Plus some special announcements and more commercials worth watching. Guest intro by Kevin Mitnick and music by Ashley Witt.

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Illumishare Tube. Duration : 2.85 Mins.

Seen at Microsoft Research's TechFest 2012, IllumiShare enables remote people to share any physical or digital object on any surface. It is a low-cost, peripheral device that looks like a desk lamp, and just like a lamp lights up a surface at which it is pointed, IllumiShare shares a surface. To do this, IllumiShare uses a camera-projector pair where the camera captures video of the local workspace and sends it to the remote space and the projector projects video of the remote workspace onto the local space. With IllumiShare, people can sketch together using real ink and paper, remote meeting attendees can interact with conference room whiteboards, and children can have remote play dates in which they play with real toys.

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Saturday, March 17, 2012

The Differences Between Kindle 2 and Nook - Which is Better?

Amazon's Kindle 2 and the Barnes and Noble Nook are the two main heavy-weights in the battle of the ebook readers this year. There are many similarities, and critical differences in the two. What are they, and which is the better digital ebook reader? Let's take a look.

E-Ink Display Screens- Both the Kindle 2 and the Nook use the same "E-Ink" technology for their display screen. Reading for hours on end on these eBook readers isn't like staring at a computer screen. The E-Ink screen displays the words just like (or even better than) looking at a real book.

The Nook, however, has an additional color navigation screen underneath the display screen. This touch screen allows you to scroll through titles of books, magazines, and other publications. There is also a touch keyboard display on this screen. No reviews are available yet for the screen performance, but consumers will soon tell all.

Wireless and 3G- Both the Kindle 2 and the Nook boast wireless capabilities. You are able to download books and other publications if you have access to a wireless network. If no wireless internet is available, then 3G cellular capabilities will allow you to download in that situation.

International Availability- Here is a major difference between the two ebook readers- International capabilities. The Kindle 2 boasts the ability to download books and full usage in over 100 countries, whereas the Nook is only fully functional in the US. Of course the Nook device will work in the sense you can still read books out of the country, but you cannot add more books or publications. This is obviously a very important point for international customers to take into account.

The Nook's Lending Capability- The Nook has the ability to let you lend out your books to others that have downloaded the Barnes and Noble software. You don't necessarily have to have a Nook to receive the lent books, just the software. One should know that lending time is only 2 weeks and the person who lends the book cannot use it during that time. A good feature? Customers will tell over time.

Storage Space- Both the Kindle and Nook have base memory of 2 GB, which is good for about 1,500 books, however the Nook allows for extra space to be added to increase the titles to upwards of 17,500. Is 2 Gigs enough? Well, read one book a day and you'll have 4 years of reading material!

Other Differences- The Kindle boasts a slightly lighter device, text-to-speech technology, and a web browsing capability, whereas the Nook doesn't.

One other notable difference is the Google Android software in the Nook. Barnes and Noble chose this software, banking on the development of applications by software developers that will work with the Nook. We'll have to see how the software performs and if there is an iPod like popularity in applications.

Canon Vs Nikon - Digital SLR Camera Comparison

It is imperative to understand the technology of DSLR cameras before contrasting the differences between to models.

Compare digital SLR cameras of Canon and Nikon

These are not just simple 'point and shoot' units. The DSLR, short for Digital Single Lens reflex gives users the ability to make the picture turn out the exact same as what is seen through the eye lens, or viewfinder.

In the 'point and shoot' units, the scene depicted in the viewfinder is not the same as what come through the primary lens. The viewfinder portion is not indicate of final product in traditional digital cameras. Therefore, in the DSLR cameras, the images are the same. Therefore, the photo taker will be able to take a picture that will turn out the same as what is seen through the viewfinder. This visualization makes picture taking much easier and more accurate.

There are three basic categories for both Canon and Nikon for SLR digital categories. Beginning with the amateur level machines, the Canon Rebel XS (1000D) and also the Nikon D60 fall into that category. There are many differences between the Rebel XS and Nikon D60. If you have older Canon lenses you want to use with it, the Nikon D60 will work with most of them; while the older Nikon lenses may not work with the Nikon D60.

The next category of these cameras is for more professional use. These are usually larger and more expensive. They require some expertise to use effectively. Cameras that fall into this category are the Canon Rebel T1i 500D as well as the Nikon D 5000. The Canon Rebel T1i and the D5000 are actually very similar in their capabilities; although the ISO range varies. The D5000 range is 100-6400 while the T1i has a larger range of 100-12800.

Finally, there is another category to compare digital SLR cameras. They fuse together several of the features from each of the previous categories. These can be used by amateur photographers who want to take more professional quality pictures. In this category, the Nikon D300 and Canon 50D would meet those needs. These are both really good cameras and are almost identical in their features. There are a few subtle differences; the Canon is actually lighter at 29 oz than the Nikon at 32.6 oz. Also, the ISO range is slightly different; the Canon ISO boasts 100-12800 where the Nikon range is 100-6400.

Friday, March 16, 2012

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Curso de Fotografia Tripode. Cap. 5(Parte 1/3)

Curso de Fotografia Tripode. Cap. 5(Parte 1/3) Tube. Duration : 3.90 Mins.

5. Manejo de una cámara Manual I - Ajustar la exposicion

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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Army Men - Plastic Apocalypse

Army Men - Plastic Apocalypse Video Clips. Duration : 24.18 Mins.

The epic tale of Green and Tan army men battling it out in the dirt. Will the Green be able to make it through the perlious obstacle of adversity? Film maker's comments: I'm tired of getting comments like "How long did this take?" and "How many pictures did you take?" and "What program did you use?" So I'll tell you now. It was filmed using a Casio digital camera, I don't have any stopmotion equiptment. My friend Jesse (The Sergeant) and I filmed it on the side of my house during the summer of 2011. It was hot as hell and we were laying down in the dirt for weeks which sucked. It took about two months to shoot and then another two months to edit. I have no idea how many pictures we took but it was a shit load. I used Ulead video studio to edit the footage and add in the voices and sound effects. I then used Adobe After Effects to add in the muzzle flashes, explosions, dirt hits ect. This movie had absolutely no script, we were making the whole thing up as we went. When we recorded our voices, we were basically sitting there watching the footage while we improved into the mic. I got all the army men in a combo pack off ebay along with the tanks and canons. I built the bunkers and the guard towers myself out of balsa wood and dug the trenches myself with a ruler. We didn't really expect it to be as long as it is or have as much stuff as it does. We're pretty proud of it though. Glad we were actually able to get it done. Written and Driected by Michael Akkerman & Jesse ...

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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

The Ben Heck Show - Expedition Awareness Cameras

The Ben Heck Show - Expedition Awareness Cameras Tube. Duration : 22.32 Mins.

Phil Golden is embarking on Expedition Awareness, and Ben helps out with a remote control camera system with monitors nestled inside the car. Never Miss An Episode- Subscribe For More of The Ben Heck Show:

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Pico Flex Dolly Video Demo

Pico Flex Dolly Video Demo Tube. Duration : 1.60 Mins.

Available at Photography and Cinema .com There's a long list of small cameras that shoot high quality HD video, so here's a very inexpensive dolly that will add more fun and creativeness. Small enough to still support large Ball/Fluid Heads with Full Size DSLRs, but specifically designed to be the smallest and lightest footprint for new small cameras like the GH2, Sony NEX-5n, Sony NEX-7, EP-3, and more. More information at

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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Canon EOS 1000D / Rebel XS review

Canon EOS 1000D / Rebel XS review Video Clips. Duration : 9.40 Mins.

Full review at . A ten minute video tour around Canon's latest budget DSLR, the EOS 1000D Rebel XS, by Gordon Laing, Editor of . For our full review, sample images and current pricing, please click the link at the start of this text.

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DIY Camera Stabilizer, Filmmaking Tips: Backyard FX

DIY Camera Stabilizer, Filmmaking Tips: Backyard FX Tube. Duration : 6.27 Mins.

Back to basics! Erik shows you how to build your own DIY Camera Stabilizer for a Digital SLR camera. This rig will help stabilize your SLR camera when taking video, and create a more comfortable camera mount. Indy Mogul's Backyard FX features cheap, DIY filmmaking tips and tutorials including special effects, props, and camera equipment. 'Build' episodes on Mondays and 'Original Short' test films on Tuesdays featuring the build. Website: Submit Twitter: Facebook:

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Monday, March 12, 2012

Camera Straps: Product Reviews: Adorama Photography TV

Camera Straps: Product Reviews: Adorama Photography TV Tube. Duration : 7.23 Mins.

Adorama Photography TV presents the Cotton Carrier Lite 522PRO, Sun-Sniper Steel, Black Rapid RS-Sport Extreme Sport Strap and Black Rapid Strap RS5. This week Mark reviews four different camera straps for use while traveling. Watch as he demonstrates the differences between straps and the uses for which they are best suited. Visit for more photography videos! Send your questions to:

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Wasabi Power Battery Charger for Panasonic CGA-S007, CGA-S007A, CGA-S007E, DMW-BCD10, Lumix DMC-TZ1, DMC-TZ2, DMC-TZ3, DMC-TZ4, DMC-TZ5, DMC-TZ11, DMC-TZ15, DMC-TZ50

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This battery charger replaces the Panasonic original charger for the CGA-S007 battery pack. Package includes: One ultra slim, lightweight battery charger, one DC Car Plug Adapter, and one European Adapter (220V)).

Compatible with the following device models: Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ1, DMC-TZ2, DMC-TZ3, DMC-TZ4, DMC-TZ5, DMC-TZ11, DMC-TZ15, DMC-TZ50 LCH-S007-001

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HD720p Car Video Recorder Black Box LCD H.264 DVR Camera - Awesome!

HD720p Car Video Recorder Black Box LCD H.264 DVR Camera - Awesome! Tube. Duration : 9.83 Mins.

Buy this item at my online shop The only difference for this product in my store is the mount type is slightly different. The main things to look for are 120 Degree Lens, H.264 Recording Codec and HDMI Output. Visit my BlogSpot for more info on this video, See the list below for things I forgot to mention, also see the driving footage @ 5:00 Lens Angle: 120 Degrees Battery Charge Time: 2 Hours Approx. Battery Record Time: 2 Hours Approx. Recording Capacity Test - 8GB SDHC Card HD 1280x720 = 4:17:53 WVGA 840x480 = 3:26:21 VGA 640x480 = 4:17:53 (strange how the HD & VGA have same record capacity) Playback: 1x 2x 4x 8x Forward & Reverse Very Smooth! Cycled Recording: 2 Mins, 10Mins, 15Mins, Off Max Memory Size: 64gb LCD Screen: 2.5" TFT Camera Lens: 120 Degree Time Date Stamp: On, Off Automatic Record/Stop: On power up or power down when SD card is in slot. High Speed Video: Yes Quick Light Response: Yes Full Specs: Pinecom On Dash Automobile Video Black Box Digital Video Recorder with 720P High resoluton and support sound. Features : * Easy mount on to widscreen with its suction cup mountint bracket. * High resolution video SXGA: 1280x720, 30fps * Foldable 2.5" TFT LCD Screen with clear visual experience. * Adjust the camera angle with ease for best coverage of road images ahead by the instant displaying 2.5" TFT screen. * Instant playback function, can be a on-site video player to show the actual process in a car ...

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Sunday, March 11, 2012

Master Blaster (Slow Mo Paintball SHOTGUN)

Master Blaster (Slow Mo Paintball SHOTGUN) Video Clips. Duration : 2.08 Mins.

We post cool pics on facebook ALL THE TIME Click to tweet! - This is what happens when you mix a potato cannon, paintballs, and a very high speed camera. If you like twitter, we got lots o' twitter!

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FroKnowsPhoto Show #004 Live at Allen's Camera

FroKnowsPhoto Show #004 Live at Allen's Camera Tube. Duration : 69.22 Mins. This video was uploaded in 720 HD not sure why youtube did not convert it that way. This is our first on location show and it is from Allen's Camera and Video. This show we talk about my night at the flyers game, what the Hebrew Trinity is for FX DX and Canon as well as how to take care and clean your camera. The guest of honor this week was none other than Allen himself. At the very end of this show I released the FroKnowsPhoto Song via youtube so stay tuned. Be sure to sign up for the podcast. You can download the MP3 for FREE click the link.

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Saturday, March 10, 2012

Introducing the World's first interchangeable lens HD consumer camcorder

Introducing the World's first interchangeable lens HD consumer camcorder Video Clips. Duration : 3.12 Mins.

Today, Sony announced the World's first interchangeable lens HD consumer camcorder. The beautiful scenes of Bali were shot using the new NEX-VG10 and shows how interchangeable lenses can help capture beautiful vistas with a shallow depth of field, crisp images of a subject while the background artistically out of focus and rack focus on subjects switching from foreground to background. Sony's NEX-VG10 provides the options previously reserved for professional videographers to consumers. It is equipped with the same ExmorTM APS HD CMOS sensor used in Sony's "NEX-5" and "NEX-3" digital cameras which is approximately 19.5 times bigger than what you would find in conventional camcorders. It has a powerful BIONZTM processor allowing photographers the ability to capture full 1920x1080/60i high definition video at up to 24Mbps for true cinematic Blu-ray quality. Find more about it on our blog:

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Get SMART Series: The Basics

Get SMART Series: The Basics Video Clips. Duration : 4.03 Mins.

We're pleased to release the first video in Brink's 'Get SMART series'. With only two weeks to go until Brink hits shelves we thought we'd offer up some helpful advice on how to get to grips with the innovative new shooter. Brink releases on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC in North America on May 10, 2011 and across Europe on May 13, 2011. For more information on Brink visit ESRB RATING: TEEN with Blood, Language, Violence

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Friday, March 9, 2012

Best Laptops and Best Laptops Brands in 2011

Laptops have become an essential accessory for work and for entertainment. But with all the laptop brands currently available on the market, finding the perfect laptop can be daunting. To help you, here is a short survey of the best laptop brands.

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Acer is a Taiwan-based electronics multinational that is best known for its computer products, although it also produces other consumer electronics such as personal digital assistants and mobile phones, as well as computer-related products such as servers and storage devices. Acer was not a well-known brand in the US until 2008, when it introduced its Acer Aspire One line of subcompact netbooks to great success. At present it remains dominant in the affordable netbook market, although it has also released high-end netbook models in June 2010.

One of Acer's most popular high-end netbooks is the Ferrari One. The bright red netbook sports the distinctive "Scudetto Ferrari" logo that has come to dominate Formula One racing. Ferrari One is a high-end netbook that boasts of the following features:

· A full-size Fine Tip keyboard which provides for comfortable typing even for prolonged periods.

· An integrated Crystal Eye webcam with PrimaLite technology that ensures crystal-clear images.

· Third-generation Dolby home theater provides an exceptional viewing experience when you watch movies and other prime content on your laptop, with the best sound and picture quality.

· Full connectivity over a variety of networks, including Gigabit Ethernet, 3G and Bluetooth.

Some of the Acer's best selling models are: Acer AS5742Z-4685 15.6-Inch Laptop, Acer AS5742-7653 15.6-Inch Laptop and Acer Aspire AS5741Z-5539 15.6-Inch HD Wi-Fi Laptop.

ASUS is another Taiwan-based company that has become known as one of the most innovative in the consumer electronics market. Apart from its popular line of Eee netbooks, ASUS also produces mobile phones as well as computer components such as motherboards and servers. The Eee line was considered a pioneer since it helped launch the low-cost netbook market. Two of the most notable Eee netbook models are the 1018P and 1016P, two highly-portable laptops that are run by the Intel Atom N455 processor with highly energy-efficient performance. Other noteworthy features of these two netbooks:

· A 10.1" WSVGA glossy monitor that displays crisp, clear images whether you are surfing the net or watching a Blu-Ray DVD on your netbook.

· Long-lasting battery life of as long as 10.5 hours to ensure maximum productivity before having to recharge.

· High portability through the netbook's lightweight construction. The netbooks weigh just 2.4 pounds and have a thickness of less than one inch.

· Wireless N and Bluetooth v3.0 ensures high-speed connectivity wherever you are.

Top 3 best selling models from Asus are: ASUS N61JQ-XV1 16-Inch Versatile Entertainment Laptop, ASUS U35JC-XA1 Thin and Light 13.3-Inch Laptop and ASUS G73JW-XA1 Republic of Gamers 17.3-Inch Gaming Laptop.

Apple is one of the most famous PC brands, most notable for its Mac line as well as, more recently, the iPod, iPhone and iPad. Since its founding in 1976, Apple has grown into one of the most admired companies in the US, with a devoted customer base. Its MacBook has become one of the most iconic laptops in the industry. Here are some of its most notable features:

· A 13.3" glossy LED-backlit widescreen display that provides vivid color and exemplary image quality, with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.

· The NVIDA GeForce 320M graphics processor provides a performance boost of 80% from the previous generation, delivering highly-responsive action for your gaming or viewing experience.

· The exclusive Multi-touch trackpad has no separate button, allowing you to conveniently click anywhere on its surface. And the trackpad supports Multi-touch gestures, letting you use one or more fingers to access the applications.

· Built-in connectivity features include AirPort Extreme 802.11n WiFi and Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR technology.

· Built-in iSight video camera with microphone and iChat software allows you to chat with anybody anywhere in the world or give a business presentation with excellent image and sound quality.

· Long-lasting battery life of as long as ten hours on one chage.

The best notebook models sold by Apple are: Apple MacBook Air MC505LL/A 11.6-Inch Laptop, Apple MacBook Air MC506LL/A 11.6-Inch Laptop and Apple MacBook Air MC503LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop.

Alienware is a fully-owned subsidiary of Dell that mainly assembles third-party components into custom-made laptops and desktop computers. Their laptops are notable for supporting graphics-intensive applications such as video editing, audio editing and high-performance editing. Alienware laptops are available in 11", 15" and 17" models with featured options including NVIDIA graphic cards as well as the latest mobile Intel processors.

Three of the most wanted laptops produced by Alienware are: Alienware AM11x-826CSB Gaming Laptop, Alienware m15x-472CSB 15-Inch Gaming Laptop and Alienware m17x10-1847DSB 17 Inch Gaming Laptop.

Lenovo is a computer technology multinational based in China, which has become the fourth largest PC vendor in the world. Lenovo laptap brands include the ThinkPad, which was originally produced by IBM until Lenovo bought their personal computer division in 2005, and the IdeaPad which is entirely a Lenovo product. Lenovo laptops have gained a reputation for their excellent ergonomics, helping users avoid repetitive movement injuries, as well as stylish design. ThinkPad laptops are designed for professional users, offering 57% faster booting, Intel core processor technology and a wide range of connectivity and multi-media features, while IdeaPad netbooks are ideal for those looking for a lifestyle PC, since it offers multi-media applications and features such as OneKey theater, Dolby surround sound and high-end discrete Switchable Graphics and even 3D (with polarizer glasses included).

Top 3 best rated laptops from Lenovo: Lenovo G550 Series 2958XFU 15.6-Inch Laptop, Lenovo IdeaPad Y560 Series 064654U 15.6-Inch Laptop and Lenovo IdeaPad Y560 Series 064653U 15.6-Inch Laptop.

Sony Corporation has grown into one of the world's largest conglomerates since its founding in 1946, and is currently one of the leading consumer electronics manufacturers in the market. Sony's VAIO notebooks have become known for their luxurious designs and high performance, although their models are in the higher-end of the price range. Its EA series offers users the following exemplary features:

· A widescreen 14" display with Wireless Display technology (on selected models) that allows you to stream content onto your notebook with stunning image clarity.

· The Media Frenzy suite of applications allows you to easily organize your videos, music and photos by time and event and even get recommendations as to what to listen to or watch based on your preferences.

· Access all the applications quickly with just one push of a button, even without booting the operating system.

Sony's best selling models are: Sony VAIO VPC-EB37FX/BJ 15.5-Inch Laptop,Sony VAIO VPC-EA31FX/BJ 14-Inch Laptop and Sony VAIO VPC-EE31FX/BJ 15.5-Inch Laptop.

Toshiba is another iconic Japanese brand which is currently the fifth largest PC vendor in the world. Its Toshiba netbook line has become extremely popular among PC users for their stylishness and high functionality. Some of the features that make Toshiba netbooks extremely popular include:

· A 10.1" display that is extremely easy on the eyes and provides excellent image quality.

· A full-sized keyboard and touch pad that is very comfortable to use and allow you to easily work or surf even in the tightest of spaces.

· Extended battery life of eight to eleven hours (depending on the model).

· Exclusive features such as Hard Drive Impact Sensor to protect your netbook and PC Health Monitor to check your computer's performance.

· Eco-friendly features such as the power-saving Toshiba Eco Utility to help you monitor your battery usage, and an energy-efficient LED backlit display.

Toshiba's best noteboks models are Toshiba Satellite C655-S5119 15.6-Inch Laptop, Toshiba Satellite C655-S5118 15.6-Inch Laptop and Toshiba Portégé R705-P41 TruBrite LED 13.3-Inch Laptop.

Best Laptops and Best Laptops Brands in 2011

Ambient Light and Flash: Ep. 128: You Keep Shooting: Adorama Photography TV

Ambient Light and Flash: Ep. 128: You Keep Shooting: Adorama Photography TV Tube. Duration : 2.50 Mins.

Ambient Light and Flash: Ep. 128: You Keep Shooting: Adorama Photography TV

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Olympus SZ-10 Digital Camera

Olympus SZ-10 Digital Camera Video Clips. Duration : 4.08 Mins.

Be ready for every close-up with the ultra-compact SZ-10 228730 zoom camera. Stunningly sleek & stylish with a powerful 18x optical zoom and 3D Photo Mode, this Olympus SZ-10 228730 Digital Camera is perfect for family and sporting events alike. Take your HD movies to a whole new level with creative Magic Filters like Punk, Fisheye & Pop Art. But that's not all. With Wi-Fi compatibility, there's no need to wait to share your favorite photos on Facebook. The Olympus SZ-10 228730 is a smart, stylish camera for smart, stylish people. 18X WIDE-ANGLE OPTICAL ZOOM (28-504MM EQUIVALENT). All the capabilities you need in one compact lens. The 18x optical zoom gets you close to the action while the 28mm wide-angle lens lets you capture breathtaking landscapes and group shots. To Order this Product Visit

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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Palden Dorje's speech.wmv

Palden Dorje's speech.wmv Tube. Duration : 8.65 Mins.

Apologies, I filmed this badly, I was trying to pay attention to him and not the camera, and my hands shook terribly. I was biding my time as my real cameraman was taking proper footage whereas I just had my normal digital nikon camera. I hope there is nothing missing. At the end Palden Dorje complains to Karmal Lama about the sound, and Karmal Lama does a sound check. Palden Dorje repeated this speech ad verbatim three times because of disturbances. He thought it was more important that we hear the speech, than obeying protocol which requires a person to make a speech once, no matter what the disturbances. Many reporters mistook the meaning behind his actions.

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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Cheap Lenmar DLP007 Digital Camera Equivalent to the Panasonic CGA-S007A Battery

Lenmar DLP007 Digital Camera Equivalent to the Panasonic CGA-S007A Battery

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Digital Photography 1 on 1: Episode 1

Digital Photography 1 on 1: Episode 1 Video Clips. Duration : 7.75 Mins.

In this episode Mark explains how the shutter works, shutter sync, and how to control the ambient light exposure while using a flash. Visit us online at:

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Alpental Skiing with Red Helmet Jim... Nash

Alpental Skiing with Red Helmet Jim... Nash Tube. Duration : 4.57 Mins. Camcozy - The Original Digital Camera Chest Mount Harness System. Perfect for all regular point and shoot Digital Cameras. This video was shot with a Nikon 9100.

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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

How To Choose Your Motorcycle GPS System

A GPS system for your motorcycle can turn your journeys, into adventures. Opening up a whole new experience, you can find amazing places to explore by planning your trips at home, and downloading your routes to your GPS device. New landscapes, destinations, and road trips await; with the security and confidence of never getting lost again.

A GPS system for your motorcycle can also help to make your journeys as comfortable, and stress-free as possible. If you fancy a break, or you're running out of petrol, your GPS can help. More importantly, your GPS unit can guide you back to safety when you get lost, or accidentally take the wrong turning. With voice guided directions, and software brimming with points of interest (POI), such as petrol stations, restaurants, service stations, and hotels; your GPS can guarantee you a journey of uninterrupted enjoyment.

Sound like the perfect toy? Well, with GPS systems becoming mainstream, and new features and models endlessly hitting the shelves, it can be a hard task deciphering which GPS device best suits your needs.

To help you out, it's worth considering the following points before you go ahead and purchase your first GPS for your motorcycle.

What Type of GPS Do You Need For Your Motorcycle?

Are Its Reception Capabilities Suitable For Your Needs?

Does the Battery Life Of Your GPS Suit Your Needs?

How Resistant Is Your GPS To Vibration & Hard Ware?

Do You Want 2-Way-Communication?

How Easy Is Your GPS To Update?

How Easy Is Your GPS To Update?

What Price Is Suitable?

What Type of GPS Do You Need For Your Motorcycle?

There are 3 types of GPS units for motorbikes; portable outdoor units, GPS units designed specifically for your motorcycle/ scooter, and GPS/PDA hybrids.

If you also enjoy outdoor activities such as mountain biking, rambling, or even camping; a portable GPS that can be taken anywhere with you would be ideal. As well as navigating your off-road persuits, versatile Sat Nav's, like the Garmin Quest 2, operate in any vehicle. As well as motorcycling, you can take it in your car, on your boat, or even on a plane with you.

GPS devices designed exclusively for motorcycles can offer you some very impressive features. Especially designed with you, the motorcyclist, in mind, units like the TomTom RIDER have tough, weather-proof casing, touch-screen options for gloves, and anti-glare screens. One of the latest features introduced by TomTom for effective communication, is a system which transmits your spoken instructions via a built-in Bluetooth audio system, using a headset that sits inside your helmet.

The final type of GPS device that may appeal to you is the PDA/GPS hybrid. Although these devices have been designed primarily with portability in mind, most come with the added bonus of having a large screen. So, like the hand-held outdoor GPS units, this type of GPS would be ideal for those of you who enjoy a range of outdoor activities. With an integrated PDA on top of this, GPS/ PDA devices, like the Mio A201 for example, can be handy for work and play. With features like Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and Powerpoint, you will be able to catch up on work anytime, anyplace. If you prefer to listen to music on the move, play games, or store digital photos, a GPS device like this one is an ideal choice

Does the Reception Capabilities of Your Motorcycle GPS Meet Your Needs?

When selecting a GPS for your motorcycle, it is worth thinking about how accurate you want your satellite signals to be, in pinpointing your position.

A lot of GPS units available today have an accuracy of approximately 6-8 meters. However, many of the newer GPS models are designed with a WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) capability, resulting in accuracies of 3-4 meters 95% of the time. The Garmin Quest 2 for example, has a flip up external antenna equipped with a 12-channel WAAS GPS receiver; supplying position accuracy of up to 9 feet.

If you enjoy riding in dense woodlands and urban areas, it is worth noting that GPS devices incorporating the new SiRF Star III Chip Set, are units to look out for. This high performance, low power consumption chipset has superior sensitivity in high foliage surroundings. It is also worth noting that GPS units with external powered antennas are great in maintaining a signal in deep woodlands.

Does the Battery Life of Your Motorcycle GPS Suit Your Needs?

With the freedom to ride just about anywhere with a GPS; battery life is an important component to consider. Most GPS units use 2, 4, or 6 'AA' batteries, which can last up to 6 hours. GPS units with integrated rechargeable batteries are the ideal choice if you occasionally lose track of time. With GPS systems like the TomTom RIDER, you can charge your battery at home, while planning your next route, or continuously keep topped up with power, by charging your GPS directly from your bikes battery.

How Resistant Is Your Motorcycle GPS To Vibration & Hard Ware?

With the freedom to ride just about anywhere and not get lost, it is guaranteed your GPS will get a great deal of use (and reverberation). So, it is important to consider how durable your GPS is, in withstanding such conditions.

GPS devices designed exclusively for Motorcycles, like the TomTom RIDER have been designed with this in mind. Not only weather proof, its tough outer case and rugged shock proof mount has been designed to absorb any external friction.

Although most GPS devices come with a mount, it is an absolute must that you use a vibration isolated mount if your GPS will be used regularly on your motorcycle. The RAM mount by NPI, which is fast becoming the industry standard, manufacture anti-vibration ball and socket mounting systems allowing you to mount practically anything, anywhere with vibration protection and durability. This would be an ideal addition to the Garmin Quest 2 GPS if you were purchasing this portable GPS for a lot of use on your motorcycle.

Do You Want Your Motorcycle GPS To Have 2-Way Communication?

Some of the most recent GPS systems to be launched for motorcycles have taken 2-way communication to a whole new level.

If you own a GPRS Bluetooth enabled mobile phone, it is worth knowing that many Sat Nav's, like the TomTom RIDER, have incorporated a Bluetooth receiver, amongst their many features. With the ability to connect your phone via Bluetooth, and receive incoming phone calls through your GPS and Bluetooth headset, you need never have to take your gloves and helmet off to answer your phone again.

You could even use your Bluetooth enabled phones' wireless Internet, and with certain models of GPS, receive real time information on traffic conditions.

Enjoy riding in groups? It is worth knowing there are some recent hand held units that can offer built in radios that will not only allow you to communicate with other members of your group, but will also display everyone's location on your screen.

How Easy Is Your Motorcycle GPS To Update?

With Roads constantly changing, the ability to update your device easily, and at a reasonable cost, are very important factors to consider when selecting your GPS.

It is important to realize that each type of GPS will be updated in a different way, and so you need to choose which process is better for you.

Those which are attached to a PDA, like the Mio A201 for example, are usually updated via a PC, whereas dedicated in-vehicle units tend to be updated via a CD. These have to be purchased from the road map data supplier.

Some specific software vendors have solutions for preparing maps which can be downloaded to your GPS unit. Most notably, TomTom operate the TomTom PLUS service.

The Choice: Budget Considerations

In essence, your choice can be reasonably simple: Buy the most expensive GPS that you can afford, that suits your needs.

It is important, using my pointers above, to decide which features are most important to you. If you want an up-to-the-minute GPS for your motorcycle; with features like real-time, on demand traffic information, hands-free calling, turn by turn voice instructions via bluetooth headsets, alerts for speed camera locations, plus thousands of useful points of interest, GPS sytems like the TomTom RIDER start from approximately £550 inc. VAT.

If, however, you are looking for more of a toy to play with, and a GPS that will simply get you from A to B, then a hand held device could be a better choice. With a range of features, like simple voice guidance, compass mode, MP3 player, and essentially portability, GPS devices like the Mio 268 and the Garmin Quest 2 are ideal for motorcycles, and a range of outdoor activities. The Mio 268, and hand held GPS units with similar features, start from approximately £250 inc. VAT.

To browse a variety of discount GPS Sytems For Your Motorcycle, or Accessories & Software For Your Motorcycle GPS Systems, visit

Monday, March 5, 2012

What camera kit can £1000 get you?

What camera kit can £1000 get you? Video Clips. Duration : 10.68 Mins.

Last year, we took a look at what kind of kit you could get for 1000 pounds, but as the producers thought that with inflation and with camera manufacturers releasing new cameras ever so frequently, Kai & Lok have been given the task of getting two separate camera kits for less than 1000 quid - who has the better setup? Lok's Canon 600D package: Kai's Panasonic GF2 kit:

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How to Submit Digital Pictures for Magazine Publication

Most magazines now accept digital images. The question is will they accept mine!

I won't answer that question I'll leave that to you to answer once you have finished reading this article.

It's only just recently that magazines have decided to accept digital images this is due to the image quality of early digital camera were not man enough for the job i.e. did not produce images with enough resolution and level of detail to reproduce well in magazines. Most Picture Editors on magazines prefer either slides or prints as this is mainly at present habit but is currently changing due to more professional photographers using digital cameras. A good reason your images may not be accepted is if you supply your images already printed, it's OK to do this for your Granny, family or friends it's a no no when submitting to a publication. Why, have a close look at your printed image the picture is made up of tiny dots and lines. When scanned by the repro department they have to blur your image to try to get rid of these dots and lines otherwise your image has a moiré effect so you end up with an image that looks bad. Your best option is to supply your images to the magazine on CD-ROMs again don't use cheap ones they go wrong! You can get approx. 31 images onto a CD of 700mbs if each image is 22mbs in size.

Increase the resolution.

Digital photography and getting your pictures into print is supplying an image to the correct pixel size and resolution in a format that can be easily opened by another computers operating systems. What does that mean, well not everyone uses Microsoft Windows many publishers use Apple Macs some even use Linux if your image can't be viewed IT WILL NOT BE USED!
Many magazines now included brief information on submitting digital photographs in the content section. Have a look at To see how to submit images to Photography Monthly. If in doubt, ask. Did you notice they want your image resolution at 300dpi, your camera only takes a picture at 72dpi, how do I know what size my image needs to be at 300dpi. Help is at hand here's a link to a little tool, which will help with image sizes, pixels, colour depth and file size. it free. Its called Commercial Printing Information, there does not seem to be anything thing like this software anywhere else on the internet! Using this software to see what size your image can go to and then you can resize your image accordingly in your normal photo editing software.

Size matters!

The pictures pixel dimensions can be read with the above tool so dimensions of say 3200x2400pixels we would be looking for a file size of about 21mbs this would be OK for a full page. The above program can help you decide what size your image will be OK up to.

Why JPG?

Another problem magazine picture editors come up against is images supplied in a unusual format. To save problems later ALWAYS save images in JPG format. JPG format is optimised for compressing full-colour or grey-scale photographic-type digital images. The reason for using this format is that any computer system can open JPG images. Remember, not everybody uses Microsoft's Windows, many magazine publishers' use Apple Macs and some people are using Linux systems. Regardless of the system used all will read JPEG files.

Submitting work.

When submitting work remember to include your name & address with a brief synopsis of what is on the CD together with a high quality printout of your images and the file names of the images, this can be easily done in PhotoShop by going to File > Automate > contact sheet. Find the folder your images are in pick your paper size and number of images on each sheet of paper. Please remember someone has to look at these images so small images get a thumbs down as does too many. Don't forget to stick a DO NOT BEND label on the envelope as CDs don't like being bent.

New words we have learnt

Moiré effect - A moiré pattern is the combination of two or more patterns viewed at the same time.

DPI stands for dots per inch and is used with resolution
JPG or JPEG - Joint Photographic Experts Group is the name of the committee that designed the photographic image-compression standard.

Do's and Don'ts of submitting your Digital Pictures


Do Make sure your images are to the correct pixel size and resolution.

Do Make sure you send a contact sheet of the images on the CD together with file names.

Do save in JPG format.

Do clearly name image files on CD-ROM.

Do use high quality ink and photo paper for contact sheets.

Do turn off time/date stamp, as it's difficult to remove and takes time.

Do enclose return postage if you require your bits back

Do e-mail if you are unsure of what is required or how files should be submitted


Don't e-mail huge unsolicited images

Don't over sharpen images

Don't send hundreds of images - be selective, send only pictures to do with that publication (*see below).

Don't send pictures of different subject matter unless requested

Don't use cheap blank CD-ROM's, paper or ink.

Don't send expensive storage media i.e. the card from your camera

Don't use long file names remember, not everybody uses Microsoft's Windows.

Don't use 3rd party software on your CD's to try to display your images when viewed.

*If the magazine is say an aircraft magazine don't send irrelevant images of an say landscapes, animals etc... Stick to the magazine subject.

Minecraft Digital Clock 24 hour

Minecraft Digital Clock 24 hour Tube. Duration : 5.52 Mins.

Download saving file: If you got any stupid questions like: Is it real? Is it a torch display? Is it a mod? Please download the saving file and check for your self:P Watch my newest minecraft clock with pistons! The clock took about 0133 Months to make(I made it in April). The clock is built up in the same way as my last clock, but i added hours and minutes. I also added buttons to edit the time, and a reset button to reset the clock. The reset button is a little bit laggy, didn't bother timing the readstone delay on the reset function... The video was recorded in Fraps, "tilt-shift" effect was rendered in "blender 2.49b", final video output was rendered in "Vegas Pro 10".

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Sunday, March 4, 2012

Long Exposure Photography Tutorial (Light trails)

Long Exposure Photography Tutorial (Light trails) Tube. Duration : 2.15 Mins. - 2 Minute Tutorial - How to shoot long exposure photos (light trails) of traffic in 4 steps. This week's tutorial shows you how to take photos of cars going by so that you get streaks of light going through the roadways using an SLR camera. For more tutorials follow us at http

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Did you hear a click?

Did you hear a click? Video Clips. Duration : 1.20 Mins.

Rita and Frank try to take a still photo to email to friends for Frank's 84th Birthday on their new Mac. Visit my page for more Rita and Frank videos.

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Saturday, March 3, 2012

Sony DSC-H70 Unboxing

Sony DSC-H70 Unboxing Tube. Duration : 3.37 Mins.

A quick unboxing of the new sony dsc-h70. Picked it up for 9 at amazon. Twitter-Alerio25

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Camera Tutorials- Autofocus

Camera Tutorials- Autofocus Video Clips. Duration : 6.83 Mins.

See and Buy my photos at : Camera tutorial on the different autofocus function on a Nikon DSLRs. The camera used in the film is a nikon d300.

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Friday, March 2, 2012

Can I Retrieve Deleted Photos From My iPhone? - Get Your Lost iPhone Pictures Back!

Did you accidentally delete some important pictures of your iPhone? Are you wondering Can I retrieve deleted Photos from my iPhone? If so then you've come to the right place as in this article I will show you exactly how to retrieve deleted photos and get your lost iPhone pictures back. So continue reading below to learn more.

Now you are probably wondering how its possible to retrieve photos off your iPhone that you've already deleted. Well to give you a quick answer, your iPhones hard drive is very similar to a computer's hard drive. And just like a normal hard drive the iPhone doesn't delete media or pictures off its hard drive permanently, instead when a file is deleted its space is just listed as available and new re-usable space.

Now until that space is overwritten by new data, such as pictures, music, videos etc.. that you recently uploaded your old files and pictures are still there and can be recovered. In order to recover them you will need to grab the right tools and do so fast, because essentially you only have a small window of opportunity to get your files back.

The program you will need to download is called stellar photo recovery, it is a specific data recovery program designed to retrieve deleted photos from iPhone, digital camera's, usb cards, sd cards and many other devices. It is free to download so you can check to see if your photos are actually recoverable first.

Hence if you managed to accidentally delete some photos off your iPhone and are left wondering Can I Retrieve deleted photos from my iPhone then rest assured there are ways to get them back. Retrieving deleted photos is a task that can be carried out very easily with good photo recovery software. One particular program that will get the job done is stellar photo recovery; it is free to download so check it out below.