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Dec/14

Foscam FI9821W V2 Mini Review

Overview I had recently acquired a Foscam FI9821W V2 which is a wireless IP camera. I have been looking for one of these for a while because they are wireless and have a good wide angle view including low light … Continue reading

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Aug/13

My Canon DSLR Journey Part 4 – Flash Gun

Overview After buying the camera, SD card and a bag it is ready to use on the go. In this post I will go through the accessories I got next. Equipment The next item on my list was a hood … Continue reading

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Aug/13

My Canon DSLR Journey Part 3 – Camera Bag

Overview One of the first items I purchased after getting a DSLR was getting a bag. Bags are essential to protect the equipment when moving around. Unless everything can come to you it is more than likely the camera will … Continue reading

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Jul/13

My Canon DSLR Journey Part 2 – Shooting Basics

Overview In this post I will go through the tips, features and techniques I learnt. Camera Functions OVerview of the buttons: Menu options: Customise: Modes File Format Always try to shoot with RAW files where available. RAW files allow post … Continue reading

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Jul/13

My Canon DSLR Journey Part 1 – Getting Started

Overview I got my first DSLR and went for an entry level Canon 700d kit. After acquiring the kit I thought I’d share some starter resources for others who may be looking for the same. Plan The idea was to … Continue reading

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Jul/10

Flip Ultra HD Review

Overview I saw this amazing deal for a Flip Ultra HD for around £60, down from RRP of £150. Bargain! I had no need for a camcorder but I thought at that price I could experiment a little. Flip Mino … Continue reading

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Jul/10

Hidden Data In Photos

Photos nowadays can have embedded information in them such as make and model, settings used to take the photo, etc. This can be good but also bad depending on what information is embedded. Similar Track Changes in a document, it … Continue reading

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Jan/09

Dorgem Open Source Montion Capture Software

I found this light weight and free software called Dorgem. It’s not very easy to set up because of the GUI but with instructions on SimpleHelp.net on the article “How to use your PC and Webcam as a motion-detecting and … Continue reading