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Lane Cutting Causes Accident, Recorded on Video

Thu July 28, 2011


From goonerGT

A BMW cuts between two cars on the highway and causes an accident, which is caught on video.

Since we can’t see the BMW on the right, and the car videotaping must have been going really fast (it’s passing traffic), the BMW must have been right beside it on the right. Which begs the questions: was there a race going on and why was there a video recording? Just asking.

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Canon EOS Rebel T3 / 1100D Review @ DigitalCameraReview

Thu July 28, 2011

Canon EOS Rebel T3 / 1100D

Canon EOS Rebel T3 / 1100D

The Canon T3 looks and feels like any other entry-level DSLR, but great video and image quality place it at the top of the class.

We’ve added a new Canon EOS Rebel T3 / 1100D [QuickPrice Check] Review to our Reviews Matrix.

DigitalCameraReview has published their review of the Canon EOS Rebel T3 / 1100D Family DSLR camera with 12.2MP resolution on a large APS-C CMOS image sensor, 2.7-in. (230k-dot) LCD display screen, ISO range of 100-6400, and HD 720p Movie 1280×720 at 30fps.

Read the Canon EOS Rebel T3 / 1100D Review @ DigitalCameraReview.

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Walk The CN Tower, Outside, 365m Above The Ground

Thu July 28, 2011


From CanadaLands

It’s called EdgeWalk and it’s opening August 2011. For CAD $175, you strap on a harness, step out on the edge at the top of Toronto’s CN Tower, and walk around the 360° Restaurant on the edge — literally hanging off that strap, which you hope will hold your weight. If you slip, that strap will be your only life line preventing you from free falling 356m (1,168 feet) to the ground below.

Interested? Read more about the EdgeWalk.

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Androp Uses 250 DSLRs With Flashes as Stage Backdrop

Thu July 28, 2011


From andropmusic

As far as originality goes, this gets the prize. Japanese band Androp decides to use 250 Canon EOS 60D DSLRs equipped with external speedlites (and arranged in a 25 x 10 grid) as their stage backdrop. The whole contraption is controlled by Arduino software.

The making of androp「Bright Siren」music video. 250 cameras & strobos were controlled by a program to create the light animation. This video does not use any CG.
Director: Masashi Kawamura + Qanta Shimizu + Masatsugu Nagasoe
camera support: Canon Marketing Japan Inc.

【androp「Bright Siren」Special site (PC only)】

http://www.androp.jp/brightsiren/

source fstoppers

And here’s the result:

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Noktor Testing Full Frame HyperPrime F0.95

Thu July 28, 2011

Noktor HyperPrime 50mm F0.95 (mFT and E-mount)

Noktor HyperPrime 50mm F0.95 (mFT and E-mount)

We don’t have a picture of the Full Frame model but can only assume it should look similar to the current mFT and E-mount model.

Noktor currently has an ultra fast HyperPrime 50mm F0.95 lens for Micro Four Thirds and E-mount. The HyperPrime 50mm F0.95 optics are manufactured in Japan and assembled in Hong Kong. It’s a fully manual focus lens. The lens apparently covers the entire image sensor and does not produce any vignetting.

In this picture here, the lens can be seen attached to the Panasonic GH1.

Would you want it for another lens mount? Then go answer their survey and view some of the images captured with this lens at: Noktor Gallery.

And, in its latest tweet, Noktor has announced that it is in fact testing a full frame HyperPrime F0.95. We can only assume it is also going to be 50mm.

source Photo Rumors

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Fun Stuff, Videos

Take A Virtual Motocycle Ride With The GoPro Motorsports Hero 5 WIDE

Thu July 28, 2011

Test camera hero zx6r 09 from MEYER sebastien on Vimeo.

If you’ve never ridden a motorcycle before, this video gives you a pretty convincing virtual experience.

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Summadayze 2012: Colourfornia

Thu July 28, 2011

Summadayze 2012 | Colourfornia* from Future TV on Vimeo.

Following on from the new summa vibes of 2011 we are proud to unleash this years new campaign of colour to celebrate Australia’s most iconic music festival, Summadayze. Proudly brought to you by Future Entertainment, Australia’s legendary Summadayze festival is back in 2012 with an even fresher season of sound, colour and sun. Stay tuned for the FULL line up announcement on Monday August 15th. Colourfornia here we come…

Summadayze 2012:
summadayze.com

For more information, visit .futureentertainment.com.au


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Hurricane Story Captured With a Plastic Holga Camera

Thu July 28, 2011

From holgajen

Jennifer Shaw was one of the many unfortunate people who experienced Hurricane Katrina as it swept across New Orleans. Hers is also the personal story of the dramatic birth of her first child on the day Katrina struck, of her personal struggle with depression, of her husband’s rage episodes, and of their eventual return to New Orleans. She tells her story in 46 images (pictures of miniature cars and figures) taken with her Holga camera.

Read the article and b=view some of the pictures at: Brain Pickings.

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Clever Old Spice Mano a Mano Challenge Ads

Wed July 27, 2011


From oldspice

It looks like a personal challenge from Fabio to Isaiah Mustafa about who is the rightful owner of the Old Spice Guy title. Mustafa replies (in a video, of course) that he accepts the challenge. And so it begins all through yesterday with users getting to vote for who they want to be the Old Spice Guy. There are 60+ videos, including an old fashioned staring contest.

However, if you look at the YouTube owner byline, it’s all by Old Spice. It’s all a clever series of video ads to engage viewers and bring the Old Spice label top of mind, perhaps forever (at least for this generation).

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