I'm a father, husband, marathoner, half marathoner and regular runner guy hoping to promote a healthy balanced lifestyle especially in the African-American community.
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Silent Helicopters (the future)
Okay, so I admit I'm kinda weird. I latch on to some odd news and stories of the day. Well I found another story that reminded me of my youth... I know there are some big fans of Airwolf out there. You know, that 80's television series with Earnest Borgnine.. and the stealth supersonic helicopter with an impressive arsenal of weapons always ready to go.... That was on roughly around the same time as Michael Knight and the Knight Rider. just to refresh your memory.. I found the show open for you. But here's my point... There's an American company that has comeup with a way to get rid of the Helicopter sound.
So It's pretty cool how it works. It's not just the helicopter blades but these other little flaps that move really fast to get rid of the blade vortex that causes the "chopper" sound.reducing sound by up to 5 dB. Whatever, I'm no expert. I just think its cool. Here's a link to the site
This is my first experience with and my first review of a Nikon Camera. I used to be, but I'm not longer the type of photographer that tries to argue about which brand is better(Canon, Nikon, Sony, Leica, ... etc.) I don't think this is like the Nintendo/Sega video game console wars of the 80s and 90s. If I had the money and time, there's no telling what brand of camera I'd own. There are a lot of factors for photographers - both professional and casual - to take into account. Style, ease of use, compatibility (with other lenses), low light performance, megapixels and recommendations from bloggers, friends and photographers that they admire. Your choice of camera is a very personal one.. and it is sometimes a permanent one. Often times a camera will even outlive it's owner. As you know from some of my previous posts, my dad's camera did outlive my father.. but only by a few years. But, I have been able to fix and use several other older cameras. T…
I don't think I'll get yelled at by too many people for this.. But I decided to take my Camera Completely apart to fix a problem inside. OK, relax -- It was my dad's 20 year old EOS 630. It wasn't a 70D, 5D or 1DX. This camera is the very first SLR that I learned to take pictures on. So its pretty special to me. I''l probably never junk it...or sell it on EBay. So, It's been hanging around in the back of a closet somewhere collecting dust. But the digital camera age isn't the only thing that killed this camera. It's the battery drain issue. You can put a brand new 10 dollar battery in this thing.. and it'll be dead the next morning. I did some research and found a write up below on how to fix it. I also tried to record a video of the fix. This is from ... I've shortened the directions on how to fix it just a tad.. but here you go:
Here's a link to the original directions on PopPhoto This is a common problem on the EOS 630 and th…