Tag: zoom

Oct 04 2016

Review: Canon Vixia HF R700 Camcorder

I recently picked up a new camcorder to keep track of my son’s activities with tae kwon do and football. Some of the main things that I was looking for  was a good optical zoom, HD recording, the ability to take still photographs during the recording process and to be very easy to use. It’s …

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Jan 08 2013

Will your next camera have an Android operating system?

The consumer electronics show for 2013 is this week and there’s a lot of good technology coming out of it, and everyone’s discussing all the new gadgets and features, but one of the things that struck me funny was the introduction of Polaroid’s new Android-based camera. Some people are asking why would you want to …

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Sep 28 2012

Techie Review: Nikon Coolpix S3300

I was searching for a camera as a gift and one of the first things that people need to do when they’re searching for a camera is to recognize is how are they going to be using that camera? People need to be asking questions about the types pictures the going to be taking and …

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Sep 30 2010

Shopping For Digital Video Camcorders

I have an older digital video recorder that’s a few years old. But it’s been a serious work horse and still offers feature and functions most digital video recorders aren’t offering. It’s small and portable, and simple to use. I love it. And when I bought mine it was $150. It’s an AIPTEK HD 720p …

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Nov 30 2009

Download: Rapido Farmer

If you’re a FARM TOWN fanatic, then your going to love this! If you wished Farm Town was a little easier, it can be and is now. With Rapido Farmer no more clicking and no more playing because your carpal tunnel is acting up. With Rapido Farmer you use the keys on your keyboard to …

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Nov 18 2009

Easier Browsing: Try Using the ZOOM Function!

This is a short post, but a valid point. As any user out there on the web, you’ve your monitor set for something like 1680 or higher, and you’ve your fast computer and everything is just hunky-dory, but the confusing part is that most sites are only created to handle or work with 1280; that’s …

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May 29 2009

Discontent with Digital Cameras

I bought my first digital camera from Wal-mart for $300+ in the late 90’s. It was a Olympus 1.3 MP camera and wrote the pictures off to a small memory card. In regards to the way the digital cameras work, not much has changed. Every year they come out with a new level of mega …

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Apr 27 2009

Firefox: Maximizing your Webpage Display

The one thing that I think that current browsers are missing the ability to properly use the display of the webpage in the browser that your using. It can be hard to read sites at times… A large majority of web pages/sites are constructed to handle 1024 or 1280 displays. The purpose for this is …

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Dec 30 2008

It’s Internet Explorer, but not…

 While it’s no secret that I have a great distain for Internet Explorer, it doesn’t mean that I can remove it from my everyday life. The boneheads from work that says that I have to use Internet Explorer to do my job, and knowing that it’s the most insecure browser, and the slowest, doesn’t make …

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Dec 05 2008

Webpage Resolutions and the Wasted Space

When PC’s first came out they were large and they had these monochrome black and green screens [or b/w], but the screens were small and cramped. As time when on, it was updated to 16 bit color, and then millions of colors and then there was the race to kill the CRT and make the …

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