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We tested out PowerGenix's NiZn cells late last year, and it wasn't long before we found ourselves in possession of two alternatives from Energizer and Sanyo. Care to see how all three of these stacked up against one another and those traditional non-rechargeables? Read on for more...
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Sure, the 24-year-old man admits to speeding on his motorcycle, but does that merit having a plainclothes cop pull a gun on him?
Does that merit six state troopers raiding his parents’ home and seizing four computers at the crack of dawn?
Does that merit getting charged with a felony and threatened with five years in prison?
This link recently saved by jwindish on February 05, 2010
None I want but cool what's happening in the marketplace as the megapixel race winds down: "reviews of nine answers to that question. Most are small, attractive, competent little machines with 12 megapixels, 3-inch screens and hi-def video capture.
All have image stabilization and face recognition, for sharper, better exposed shots. The Panasonic, Fujifilm, Canon and Casio models have unusually wide-angle lenses for capturing vistas — but can also zoom in 10X or even 12X. "
This link recently saved by jwindish on February 04, 2010
Duncan: "I’ve posted some free software that allows you to run a high resolution webcam. The application lets you connect a DSLR or digital camera (with ptp) to the web and upload photos at a given interval. It’s basically a web connected DSLR intervalometer that uses Amazon S3 for online storage."
This link recently saved by jwindish on December 09, 2009
Somewhere in between sunset and full dark, the Christmas lights and the ambient light will start to mix beautifully. You'll have about a 10-minute window which will give you a nice series of subtly different lighting variations. Remembering to keep your camera as still as possible, shooting lots of frames through the mix light.
This link recently saved by jwindish on December 02, 2009
You want a camera that shoots Raw: "My initial regret was from the realization that raw photos, although taking up about three times the storage space as a JPEG and requiring manual processing, offer higher quality and more flexibility. But what I've come to understand since then is a second advantage of raw: because processing software improves over time, raw photos in effect can get better with age.
For that reason, I've begun recommending friends who show some enthusiasm for photography that they should think about shooting important events in raw format alongside JPEG. "
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graphic war photography resulted in freelance photographer Zoriah Miller being disembedded. This is the post. On the media story led me to it:
he points to NYTimes stories on that censorship here: