CAMERA REPAIR JAPAN : SIMO DVD REPAIR MACHINE.
Camera Repair Japan
- television camera: television equipment consisting of a lens system that focuses an image on a photosensitive mosaic that is scanned by an electron beam
- A camera is a device that records/stores images. These images may be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. The term camera comes from the camera obscura (Latin for "dark chamber"), an early mechanism for projecting images. The modern camera evolved from the camera obscura.
- equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)
- A chamber or round building
- restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken; "She repaired her TV set"; "Repair my shoes please"
- the act of putting something in working order again
- Make good (such damage) by fixing or repairing it
- Put right (a damaged relationship or unwelcome situation)
- Fix or mend (a thing suffering from damage or a fault)
- a formal way of referring to the condition of something; "the building was in good repair"
- Cover (something) with a hard black varnish
- a constitutional monarchy occupying the Japanese Archipelago; a world leader in electronics and automobile manufacture and ship building
- coat with a lacquer, as done in Japan
- a string of more than 3,000 islands to the east of Asia extending 1,300 miles between the Sea of Japan and the western Pacific Ocean
camera repair japan - Sony Cybershot
Sony Cybershot DSCW170/B 10.1MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Zoom with Super Steady Shot (Black)
The Sony DSC-W170 matches point-and-shoot ease-of-use with advanced features to pack a powerful punch. The sophisticated, compact body features an enviable 10.1 megapixel resolution, Carl Zeiss 5x optical zoom lens, and Sony s Double Anti-Blur solution for crisp, clear images. For easy viewing and sharing, the large 2.7 LCD displays your shots in vibrant color. In addition, Face Detection technology, Smile Shutter, and Intelligent Scene Recognition elicit stunning detail from special moments. Includes: Cyber-shot DSC-W170 Digital Camera, Black, 1 year limited Warranty, NP-BG1 rechargeable battery, BC-CSG battery charger, A/V and USB multi-connector cables, Wrist strap, Software CD-ROM, Note: No Memory Stick DUO TM Media or adaptors are included
El Pancho, It's the Bomb Y'all.
El Pancho, I don't know, but it might very well be the Best Mexican restaurant in the world. It is at least the best mexican restaurant in Japan. Half price margarita pitchers before dinner time. Giant plates of tacos and burittos and enchiladas and beans and guac and the salsa, my god the salsa. But I digress. I have gotten a new camera for my birthday. Now my birthday's not until the end of April, but the god's of spring sale events have forseen to put it in my hands a few weeks early. The old guy, Sony Mavica, ole Mavitron 3000, has been with me for near on 7 years, made four trips across the pacific, two across the St. Lawrence, and several back and forth over the Nittany Mountains, has been replaced. It has been good to me, but like all relationships that turn sour, the Mavica had become infuriating and frustrating in it's senior days. Shut on and Shut off time entering the half a minute zone. Occasionally and inexplicably swallowing photos into the Vortex. Worst of all was uploading the photos to my computer. This past Tuesday uploading two discs (200~ photos) took about six hours in the morning and then three at night only to get the camera to sync properly to the computer. Tonight alone while writing this update it took me an hour for the Mavica to "repair data" and then another hour to connect properly to my computer. And it was not just a simple process of just plugging the thing in and waiting. Oh no, it is not impatience that has driven me mad, the camera would connect to the computer and then take 20 minutes to tell me that there were 0 pictures foun on a disc I knew to be full. So it was a matter of turning the Mav on and off and uplugging and replugging the usb cable. Also Mavitron completely refused to ever sync with iPhoto, so the first part of my workflow was always uploading to my computer and then importing to iPhoto to do management. No, while there is a tinge of guilt in replacing the old boy, ultimately it's for the best. It'll keep me from smashing it against a hard concrete road. In an attempt to stave off a bit of the techno-guilt, and to give the old guy a send off, for the next two weeks I'm gonna upload only pictures from the Mav, but damn I'm gonna be shootin' the hell out of the new guy. Mmm vegetable enchilada.
quiet time in the repair shop
Tsukiji fish market has its own special vehicle that can transport heavy boxes of seafood (or solidly frozen tunas sans box) through the maze-like narrow ailes brimming with all sorts of oceanic goodness. The vehicle has a drum-shaped front, on top of which stands a large steering wheel, and a rear flat bed where the seafood can be piled up. Drivers stand in the middle and operate the vehicle with amazing agility and accuracy. So many times I felt I was going to get run over, but they somehow managed to duck the stupid tourists nosy with cameras.
This is a repair shop, especially catering to the wonderful Tsukiji-mobile. Tukiji, Tokyo.