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The lithium-ion batteries offer excellent shooting and playback power. It is the best replacement for the original Panasonic battery pack. This digital camer…
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Decent Camera for the Acer
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so as long as we have a wifi signal in our backpack with will have the ability to stream from in and around austin. the laptop has a 7hr battery so should keep us going for quite some time
I’m not quite this fat
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Hong Kong airport.
My Digital Camera Gear
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This is only my Digital Equipment…
There’s also a Soligor SR 300MD Film-SLR with a 28mm and a 60-300mm Lens with some accessories and of course about 6 or 7 Compact Cam’s Digital an Analog…
… I’m Being a Royal Pain!
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Among other misdemeanors, Parsnip batted the computer mouse to the floor causing it’s batteries to come out..
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The Pokens are an electronic device powered by a button battery. When you meet somebody with another Poken, you place them near each other – they then glow green to confirm that your digital signatures have been exchanged.You then remove the Poken cap and plug it into your computer via USB. After logging in at www.dannychoo.com/clickout.php?url=http://www.poken.com/, you will be able to see details of the people you recently met. Video clip below talks more about Poken.
The original article for this image lives at www.dannychoo.com/post/en/25435/Poken.html
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All the bits are labelled with notes (hover over the photo)
Don’t think I can get much more gear without a new bag.
Not Pictured are the contents of the front pockets (memory cards, batteries, USB cables, earplugs, pens, business cards, sometimes chargers for cameras & laptop, remote shutter release, PClix)
Taken with my dad’s Olympus.
Water Drop Timing Electronics
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I did kind of a lazy job on these setup shots, and wish they were better, but I wanted to post something about the setup. This is the behind the scenes electronics. I’m using an STM32 microcontroller to drive the timing, and the custom protoboad is just some MOSFETs and connectors to drive the output signals to the valve, camera, and flash. I’ve written the software so that an application on the laptop defines and triggers the firing sequence, so it is quick to edit delays, valve open times, etc. Also, I’ve been tethering my D90 using DCamCapture so that the photos are downloaded for preview right away. A 12V lead acid battery is used to power the solenoid valve.
My Timbuk2 and all the junk inside.
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This is what I usually carry around with me on a daily basis. Sometimes the laptop is missing. Sometimes, my Powerbook G4 is there instead.
114/365 Playing with Clever Husband’s homemade surface computer, complete with duplo camera holder
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Clever Husband greeted me on my return home with – "I had to buy you a new monitor".
He took my brand new monitor, dismantled it for the screen and is making a multitouch computer.
His workplace is currently researching games created for kids with autism and this was a cheap way to create the hardware they need.
It’s only half finished, which is why I was drawing on it using a diode pinched against a battery.
Arduino Uno running on 9 Volt battery
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When’s the last time you have a computer you could program in C++ that ran on a 9 Volt transistor radio battery? Arvada Colorado USA. Winter 2012.
watching a movie. It’s intense
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traveling camera gear
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We put together some of our gear for filming and thought it might be interesting to see what gear other people carry with them filming when trying to travel light!
freedom! (131 of 365)
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Wow. My first laptop! And I have wiped off XP and installed Ubuntu Linux and have been playing all evening and it is cool cool cool. And sexy. The only thing I’m worried about is battery life, but there are settings to try changing.
And now I promise to not blather quite so much about my computer situation.
Our View When the Power Was Out
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Around 7:30 PM on Thursday evening during the deluge, our electric power went out. This meant we had no electric lights, no television, no computer, no Internet, cell phones with low battery, and no water except the water in the hot water heater.
Jim lit two oil lamps with wicks and brought out his flashlight and battery lantern. We sat on the patio furniture and listened to WAFT on the battery radio. Around 9:30 PM we went to bed with thankfulness to God that we had a comfortable bed in a comfortable house.
I was asleep when the electric power was restored around 1:30 AM. We are very grateful to the Colquitt Electric Company’s employees for all their hard work. Now I’m up on Friday morning getting packed for our trip to Atlanta.
It is NOT raining outside my window. The sun is shining. We have electric power. God is good all the time. All the time God is good.
Kata HB-207 Camera Bag
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This is my Kata bag, fully stuffed with video and camera gear. Outside pockets generally include a book and a bottle of water. My tripod also attaches to the exterior.
The Night Rocket Fleet
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All new, or rebuilt from from ballistic mishaps in years past, they are finally ready to fly at the big Tripoli launch this weekend.
We’ll also have the the complex day projects; hoping to fly the Sledgehammer‘s seventh flight (now on the longest motor you can legally fly in Califiornia) and my son’s Epic with a moon burner J140 in the core and metalstorms at each fin tip. But that’s for tomorrow night’s prep. It should be zesty.
Completed portable instrument amp
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New Camera Bag
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Rather bad photo from my Nokia cellphone (its strong point is not flash photos….) showing my old bag and the new one I got today. This is the Tamrac Adventure 9 with some extra packing space – also carries a laptop PC. I love this series as they look very much like normal backpacks. See www.tamrac.com/5549.htm.
What’s In My Bag for ETech 06
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Here’s what I’m taking to ETech (minus the cloths).
I like to travel as light as possible, so it’s a laptop case, small bag for taking onboard, and a camera case. 10,000 miles, about 48 hours travel time, and two weeks packed into as small an area as I can manage.
If I grab a tshirt or two, I’m stuffed on the return trip .
living the dream
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