bizi clop

bizi clop

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Joined on Oct 27, 2011


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nananananana: better than the 210841084th person shooting a waterfall at low shutter speed

Isn't that exactly the same as this? The same water droplets, shot at multiple locations.

Direct link | Posted on Jun 6, 2015 at 16:20 UTC
On FAA proposes regulations for commercial drone usage article (119 comments in total)
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Der Steppenwolf: Sounds very reasonable to me. I am from Sweden and here authorities just decided to ban ALL drones in public places. But then again this country is all about banning everything that's even remotely (pun intended) fun so that is not a surprise :(

Do they still allows having people genders?

Direct link | Posted on Feb 21, 2015 at 08:05 UTC

Please, fix the misspelled title, it says "Samung" :)

Direct link | Posted on Jul 16, 2014 at 23:16 UTC as 3rd comment | 2 replies
On Beyond the ordinary: Tim Dodd's Everyday Astronaut article (102 comments in total)


Direct link | Posted on Jul 5, 2014 at 22:41 UTC as 28th comment
On Updated: Creating the Leica T article (196 comments in total)

A 45 minutes(!) long video about making the Leica T. Actually it only shows somebody actually polishing the body of a Leica T for 45 minutes:

Direct link | Posted on Apr 25, 2014 at 10:31 UTC as 29th comment
On Canon recalls about 14,000 PowerShot SX50 cameras article (53 comments in total)

Sometimes I would like to see some different recall news. Like "Canon recalls the Panasonic FZ200" or "Canon recalls the finale of How I met your mother".

Direct link | Posted on Apr 10, 2014 at 07:31 UTC as 14th comment | 1 reply
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Joe Ogiba: No optical image stabilization in 4K is a showstopper IMHO.

You only need a heavy enough rock and some duct tape for proper optical stabilization :)

Direct link | Posted on Feb 25, 2014 at 08:21 UTC
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Daniel Bliss: I cannot get my hands around a three inch-wide phone. Not. Going. To. Happen.

Pity. Seems like a nice design otherwise. But the obsession with ever-bigger displays has to stop. Try scalable UI instead.

The compulsory Oatmeal comic about Edison vs Tesla:

Direct link | Posted on Feb 25, 2014 at 07:27 UTC

Does wifi works underwater? :)

Direct link | Posted on Jan 6, 2014 at 18:05 UTC as 3rd comment | 1 reply

A quick PRIME vs ACR comparison

Original image: DPReview's FZ200 ISO6400 studio shot

Direct link | Posted on Oct 24, 2013 at 07:45 UTC as 28th comment | 6 replies
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qwertyasdf: I don't own this camera, but if this camera is "ULTRA-CHIC ANSWER FOR CAPTURING AMAZING IMAGES"
Then there must be no words in my dictionary that can describe the pictures the D800E takes. (Or even the Panasonic LX3 for that matter)

And anyway, what was the question with this (ultra-chic) answer?

Direct link | Posted on Sep 5, 2013 at 04:54 UTC
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itsastickup: Seems the dpreview site is suddenly capturing ctrl-click. To power browser users this is exceedingly irritating. Ctrl-click opens a link in a new background tab for later perusal.

Please don't interfere with interface standards, dpreview.

Suddenly? It always did this on  Mac Safari.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 30, 2013 at 15:13 UTC
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absentaneous: seriously? #facepalm

I mean yes, it's stupid that you use a filter and you want to hide it for god knows what reason (because someone decided that's not that cool anymore and you are yet another sheep who needs to follow the shepherd?). but it's even more stupid to bother with such people and make lists of "cheaters" and what not. I mean who really cares?

but this is a good opportunity for smart people. use filters and then ad the #nofilter hashtag to all of them. this filter fakers blogs seems like a good way to gain some exposure for your pictures. I mean see? some even ended on this site.

Solution for a definitely 0th world problem.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 4, 2013 at 06:05 UTC
On Bell Labs creates lensless single-pixel camera article (57 comments in total)

See the Nuit-blanche blog about compressed sensing.

Direct link | Posted on Jun 5, 2013 at 09:37 UTC as 15th comment

These patterns still could be used to calibrate or compare Google/Bing Maps.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 18, 2013 at 21:00 UTC as 19th comment
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easyeddy: lol WTF viewers in the UK can't see that article in spite of the fact the BBC is funded through our taxes (i.e. a 'licence fee' that is compulsory per household). Pure bolox.

It is a perfect time to try out some anti-internet-censorship tools, like the Tor Browser, just download and start using it:

Direct link | Posted on Dec 14, 2012 at 18:30 UTC

The link under points to the wrong place, dear user E024256 :)

Direct link | Posted on Oct 3, 2012 at 17:55 UTC as 32nd comment | 1 reply
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RaZZ3R Death: In the future I hope that compression algorithems advance enough so we can enjoy at least 5 to 10 MP at file size of 1-2 MB as JPEG. And maybe they can use oversizes senzors for better DR so they can be processed for better IQ (not just for the public viewing but allso fo science studies). I guess it's not in my lifetime to be able tu fufill my ultimate dream: NAVIGATE INTO THE DEEP SPACE OF UNKNOWN, but seeing the progress of sciente and humanity give me hope for a better future beyound this "booring rock". And like a plague we shall descent upon the planets and the stars into galaxys and beyound small beginig that once this little race of men started with just a flaming torch of inginuety and a burning hear of curiosty ...

Algorithms are coming from scientists researching "compressed sensing":

Direct link | Posted on Aug 9, 2012 at 09:13 UTC
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Keith Golon: For everyone complaining about low resolution and bandwidth..

Strap your iphone to the camera mast and see how long it functions. I don't doubt it will take a few pictures right away, but what about next week? Understand that space qualified cameras are just a little bit better engineered than the consumer garbage you keep in your pocket. Understand that NASA doesn't flood a data connection with trash pop-ups and useless java ads. They don't stream google-ads either. So they can do a lot more with 250MB daily than you can.

That's not 250MByte. It is 250 mega-bits = 250/8 = only 31.2 megabyte data per day.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 9, 2012 at 09:06 UTC
On Researchers follow the noise to find composite images article (38 comments in total)

Similar techniques aren't entirely new:

Direct link | Posted on Jul 9, 2012 at 19:41 UTC as 15th comment
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