US considers audible warnings for cameraphones to protect against voyeurs

Started Jan 29, 2009 | Discussions thread
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Re: US considers audible warnings for cameraphones to protect against voyeurs
In reply to BorisK1, Feb 10, 2009

BorisK1 wrote:

chuxter wrote:

linuxworks wrote:

an audio waveform will repeatedly say

"GOTCHA!"

on each snap.

that should keep our world safe.....

No, but it would be fun if I could download a "shutter sound" for my
otherwise silent non-mirror cameras. For example, when taking pix of
small children, it might help to have the camera say something
funny...

My little Pentax Optio can be programmed to make a "meow" sound, like
a toy cat. The best use - get next to somebody with a $10000
mountain of gear and watch them trying to keep a straight face while
you capture the scenery in every detail...

That would be fun! Think of other "sounds"? Like how much fun you'd have with a voice saying "Pentax"...

If I had a Canon cannon, I'd want it to sound like the field artillery from The 1812 Overture! Oh, wait...it already does! Sorry...

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