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by Destiny » Fri Dec 23, 2011 12:56 pm

Hi.... I often see "Cool Stuff' and just put it to the back of my mind but often forget about it.. :/

To start the ball rolling.. You are going to love this.. It's GREAT... I want one... ;) I told my husband it could be worse.. I could take a liking to buying lots of shoes... or handbags... :lol:

http://www.red-door.co.uk/pages/productpages/wireless-remote-digital-viewfinder-screen.html

and

http://www.red-door.co.uk/pages/productpages/remote-digital-viewfinder-screen.html

you have probably seen this one before but its still very cool...

http://www.red-door.co.uk/pages/productpages/promote-control-P-CTRL-1.html

Real shame they do not sell kolor software.... http://www.red-door.co.uk/index.html

Please, add your "Cool Stuff" at this post.. :D

Destiny...

PS.. More info and cheaper here....
http://www.dhgate.com/wireless-digital-viewfinder-for-1100d-1000d/p-ff808081321fe64501322881ef8a5f1b.html
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by gkaefer » Fri Dec 23, 2011 7:17 pm

if you're doing HDR giga panos with more than a fisheye the distance from camera to the object is sometimes important to know (to calculate the settings to achieve all tpo be sharp...)
for this nothing better exist than:
http://golf.leupold.com/

you mentioned an external LCD:
http://www.immersionsflug.de/7-LCD-TFT-Monitor-350cd-12V
cheaper, bigger (but I think no wireless)... and same bad usable in outdoor usage

better quality, intelligent battery system (canon video cam batteries)
http://www.coollcd.com/new-lilliput-hd70hp-7-hd-lcd-field-monitor-w-hdmi-component-2-years-warranty-no-touchscreen_p721.html

if you ever win in lottery:
http://www.draganfly.com/quote/quote-df-x8.php
(or buy a bentley instead...)

cheaper:
http://photoshipone.com/

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by Destiny » Sat Dec 24, 2011 12:00 am

Great "Cool Stuff" Georg... I woke up this morning hoping you would put some Stuff up... You have always come up with cool stuff in the past..

If I win the lotto this New Year lotto draw.. 31mil.. I will buy you your dream machine... ;)

Actually, a friend of ours is into model aircraft and has been playing with model helicopters.. I will show him this... I made a VR for Xtreme Hobby, they sell heaps of model aircraft... I can sure see the merit in this "Cool Stuff"..

I feel the only way you can make money and get work in this VR game is to be very versatile... do it and try it all attitude.. but obviously some thing will take time in setting it up due to the cost of the gear....

Thanks Georg...

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by Maukoop.nl » Sat Dec 24, 2011 2:21 pm

That photoshipone.com is really cool. You guys should really check this video from one of their customers:

http://av.vimeo.com/63414/409/71065645.mp4?token=1324733685_09b19a548c3747589644a80f2bd58974
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by Destiny » Sun Dec 25, 2011 12:40 am

Perhaps not Cool Stuff, perhaps more Crazy Stuff.... emm.. crazy...
http://voltaireno6.wordpress.com/2011/08/03/photojojo-time/

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by Destiny » Sun Dec 25, 2011 1:43 am

Hey Georg... This "Cool Stuff" you introduced is quite exciting...

http://skyshutter.com/aericam.html

Still expensive though... but the applications for this technology are endless from Life Guards, Police and Search and Rescue and more... Its made me think... I was wondering.. do you know if a live cam can be fitted.. ???

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by Destiny » Sun Dec 25, 2011 5:58 am

Well.. hubby cooked Christmas dinner so it leaves me time to ponder... oh hum.. I was seriously thinking about a D700, but.... at this price the D3s might be the way to go.. Should this be labelled in the "Cool Stuff" category... Oh yes... Absolutely..!!. especially at this price from eGlobal http://www.eglobaldigitalcameras.com.au/nikon-d3s-body-only-digital-slr-cameras.html .. My Hubby purchased my D90 from Expert Infotech which are fine but eGlobal seems to have much more gear including the lenses I want... http://www.eglobaldigitalcameras.com.au/nikon-af-s-nikkor-14-24mm-f2.8g-ed-lenses.html

The 14-24 is a superb lens... and when mounted on the D3s... oh wow.. so yes.. "Cool Stuff" for sure... and a Cool Price... :)

I canot find any images with the D3s mounted on the VR Drive 2 but I am sure it will look and perform awesomely.

Dream on Destiny.....:)
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by Destiny » Sun Dec 25, 2011 8:39 am

It has to be asked... Why is the D3s being sold off so cheap..?? It's a great camera for sure.. but, I am sure it's not due to it being a less capable camera but rather the fact that..... rumours have it that a D4 is about to be released.. To be honest.. It's great if this is factual since it brings an high-end camera into the realms affordability.... So I for one will be looking seriously at buying the D3s, even though a D4 is pending.. No point in humble me handing-out to buy a D4..., since it will probably be far too expensive.. I personally will be more than happy with a D3s since it's a fantastic camera.....realising that there will always be something better that comes along.. but always at a price..!

http://diginewsdigest.com/en/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2440:nikon-d4&catid=8:news&Itemid=1

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by HansKeesom » Mon Dec 26, 2011 4:04 pm

I really hate those people that make an account and put all kind of commerciall stuff here in the middle of a good thread. What are they thinking? That we are gonna look at their links? Get reall, you are just annoying Chuangzi, just very annoying. Anyone agrees with me?
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by klausesser » Mon Dec 26, 2011 8:26 pm

HansKeesom wrote:I really hate those people that make an account and put all kind of commerciall stuff here in the middle of a good thread. What are they thinking? That we are gonna look at their links? Get reall, you are just annoying Chuangzi, just very annoying. Anyone agrees with me?

I agree - and they don´t do themseves a favour.

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by Destiny » Tue Dec 27, 2011 1:39 am

Hey Georg.. We have just been showing our friend the Helicopter link stuff.. He said they you can buy all the stuff you need from Hong Kong.. make it up all yourself a lot cheaper.... and you would probably have fun doing it... Most video cam corder these days have stabilising features on them and also software like Final Cut Pro can do it automatically... make it look like it is gliding round... very cool... you can take the sound off and put your own on too... or just leave it silent.. I will send you a link to the gear in Hong Kong when he sends it to me.. Might make your dream come true... :)

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by gkaefer » Tue Dec 27, 2011 1:56 am

Destiny wrote:Hey Georg.. We have just been showing our friend the Helicopter link stuff.. He said they you can buy all the stuff you need from Hong Kong.. make it up all yourself a lot cheaper.... and you would probably have fun doing it... Most video cam corder these days have stabilising features on them and also software like Final Cut Pro can do it automatically... make it look like it is gliding round... very cool... you can take the sound off and put your own on too... or just leave it silent.. I will send you a link to the gear in Hong Kong when he sends it to me.. Might make your dream come true... :)

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by Destiny » Tue Dec 27, 2011 10:47 am

Not sure if any of this stuff is what you would want…. Perhaps the others are very uniquie but I guess you have to keep an open mind.. Really Cool Stuff... love it..

http://www.reallycooltoys.com/rctoys-dfxpro.html

http://www.ce.rit.edu/research/projects/2010_fall/Autonomous_Surveillance_Helicopter/

http://singularityhub.com/2010/01/07/iphone-helicopter-from-parrot-is-amazing-video/

http://www.hobbyking.com


I reckon you could buy the basic kit and then build you own using meccano parts…. ;)

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by klausesser » Tue Dec 27, 2011 2:06 pm

Destiny wrote:Most video cam corder these days have stabilising features on them and also software like Final Cut Pro can do it automatically... make it look like it is gliding round...

Camcorder´s stabilisation features you better switch off - they´re useless most of the time because of their slow and limited reactions. In FinalCut, AfterEffects, Combustion i often use "smoothcam" options which indeed is a tracker-function and to some extent works. For helicopter-rides it might work.
The best it works using manual tracker-settings and a crop-setting.

The only "real" stabilisation you get with a gyro like this one: http://www.kenyongyro.net/kenyongyro/

AfterEffects: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aREAG8ePUJg&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=xdVsoUTKBUI

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by Destiny » Wed Dec 28, 2011 12:13 am

Hi, I read something a while back.. sorry cannot find the article… where a new bread of camera was being developed.. I feel to be honest, that the cameras as we know them are still quite crude… Yes, they can capture great images but its things like the internal mirror that seems a bit wrong to me and the space which it requires.. I remember my old granny showing me a Box camera and a Browning.. and another that pulled out from itself… She said her mother gave them to her, so my great Gran.. She became quite excited when I told her that I too was into photography.. My granny was a photographer back in the fifties… when she used a Yashica 635 TLR… I showed her my D90, she was very excited and was amazed at how photography technology had developed particularly in the digital area..

I read in the article that the mirror inside the camera had be replaced by a computer chip in the lens itself.. It suggested that there would be few lenses required for the camera since it would be able to capture images using a computer within the lens. Imagine a single lens being able to capture wide angle, fisheye and telephoto too..


This Red Scarlet camera is not the one I read about but it goes to show how new technology is emerging so I feel it falls into the category of “Cool Stuff”… especially since it can in a 5K burst modes snap up to 12 fps with 4K reaching up to 30 fps. I rather like the look of it.. but I don’t like the price.. and to be honest, I am hanging out to buy the D3s… Perhaps by the time I am ready to replace my D3s a new bread of camera would be available without the internal mirror... ;)

http://www.all-things-photography.com/red-scarlet-and-epic.html#red

http://www.red.com/products




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by klausesser » Wed Dec 28, 2011 3:35 am


The Epic resp. Scarlet is a professional movie-camera which also makes still-pictures - not a photo-camera which also shoots movies . . :cool:
The price illustrates just that . . :cool:

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by Destiny » Wed Dec 28, 2011 4:30 am

Yes Klaus...this is true.. I guess this would also be the case for the Canon EOS C300... Its a beautiful thing... So many beautiful photography products around these days...

http://usa.canon.com/cusa/professional/products/professional_cameras/cinema_eos_cameras/eos_c300

I think I will stick with my dream to own a D3s.... The price for them has dropped so much...

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by Destiny » Wed Dec 28, 2011 7:44 am

emm.. NOT so "Cool Stuff"... Where are we when we can have our camera with a button for Coke, Beer,Pizza and even Sex... but.. NO COFFEE.. so I for one won't be buying one... Must have been designed by a man!! :P

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by Destiny » Fri Dec 30, 2011 9:34 am

Hi.. I have heard a lot of good things about the Samyang 8mm f/3.5 Aspherical Fish-eye lens.. and for about $280Aus.. it has an amazing price too....

This link also has some other very "Cool Stuff" including the wireless live view remote which are really "Cool Stuff"..

http://www.360tacticalvr.com/

Some of you would have already have seen this link I am guessing.... but for those who haven't...

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by HansKeesom » Fri Dec 30, 2011 12:43 pm

I am using the samyang with pleasure. It will give you decent 10000 * 5000 panoramas. Quality is decent but of course it still is a fisheye.
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by hermer-blr » Fri Dec 30, 2011 1:13 pm

And note, for the Nikon users, that the Samyang now exists in an AE configuration !!!

To HansKeesom: What is your sensor size to get 10000 x 5000 panoramas? Is this an APS-C or a full frame?
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by Destiny » Fri Dec 30, 2011 1:30 pm

I found this regarding the Nikon mount... There is also other very cool information links on this link...

http://nikonrumors.com/2011/11/25/new-samyang-8mm-f3-5-fisheye-lens-for-nikon-mount.aspx/

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hermer-blr wrote:And note, for the Nikon users, that the Samyang now exists in an AE configuration !!!

To HansKeesom: What is your sensor size to get 10000 x 5000 panoramas? Is this an APS-C or a full frame?
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by HansKeesom » Fri Dec 30, 2011 8:23 pm

hermer-blr wrote:And note, for the Nikon users, that the Samyang now exists in an AE configuration !!!

To HansKeesom: What is your sensor size to get 10000 x 5000 panoramas? Is this an APS-C or a full frame?

APS-C, a Canon 40D
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by Destiny » Mon Jan 16, 2012 1:11 pm

Just a heads up..

Vincèn advised me that the Gigtube Wirless has been improved so there is now a new VII soon to come onto the market.. Their web site only shows the old version so I contacted them and they said they will soon be available. To be honest after my experience with the Hahnel wireless remote, I don’t think I will be taking the risk in buying their LiveView version, besides, the Gigtube offers much better specs so as soon as they are available I will be buying one.. There are better quality wireless remotes such as the Phottix Hector HD which is a really nice thing but very expensive… There are also other viewing options but not wireless remote.. This little thing at the bottom of the image page plugs into the camera, it looks really cool.. :cool::cool:

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