Aftermarket back up camera - Mpeg4 digital video camera - Canon film camera lenses.
Pioneer ND-BC20PA Universal Rearview Camera With Parking Assist Visual Display
PIONEER ND-BC20PA UNIVERSAL REARVIEW CAMERA WITH PARKING ASSIST VISUAL DISPLAYUNIVERSAL REARVIEW CAMERA;VISUAL DSP FEATURE;FEATURES ENHANCED VIEWS ;ENHANCED TOOLS AID & ASSIST IN Parking84% (5)
Pioneer's ND-BC2 is a universal rear-view camera for use with Pioneer A/V and Navigation products featuring a Rear View Camera Input. Find your way into tight parking spots, and back up with added security.
Pioneer Car Audio Systems
Pioneer's Mobile Business Group is known for offering the kind of in-car products that make driving more enjoyable by offering high quality audio and video, seamless connectivity and ease-of-use. Its focus is on the development of new digital technologies including audio video, navigation and satellite radio, while maintaining its strong heritage in products for car audio enthusiasts and sound competitors.
See It Clearly
The camera measures just 1 x 1 x 1 inches (W x H x D). The 1/4-inch color CCD delivers a 270,000 pixel resolution (491 x 512) to your source unit.
Wide Viewing Angle
The ND-BC2 offers a wide viewing angle for a clear picture of what's behind you: 135 degrees horizontal and 100 degrees vertical.
Lux Automatic Luminance Control
The ND-BC2 automatically adjusts to suit the available light, varying from 1.5 - 10,000 lux. The camera includes an automatic low-light lux mode for higher detail and contrast in low-light conditions.
The camera features a composite (RCA) video output for connecting to compatible source units. A six meter cable is included.
What's in the Box
Pioneer ND-BC2 Universal Rear View Camera, Power Supply Cable, Power Supply Unit, Installation Hardware, Instruction Manual
Entry No. 3 : Olympus Fanbois and CPLs
My dad's like a mad Olympus fanboi. He grew up with the company, his first SLR being an Olympus. For a short time he moved to Pentax, for practicality's sake, and eventually Nikon so he could share lens systems with my mum (who's a mad Nikon fangirl). But after our Nikon SLR got stolen, he went back to Olympus with a prosumer camera that had quite a decent optical zoom. He's always managed to justify not buying a DSLR for himself, usually cost and weight issues seeing as he could capture almost the same images with his prosumer camera. In more recent years, he's seen how far DSLRs have come in terms of optical quality, and I guess it's finally won him over. He was about to buy a Nikon D3000 body, but the salesman refused to sell him the body alone... I suppose that annoyed him somewhat so he defaulted to what he still believes is the best... Olympus. And because of their Four Thirds system, he has the same shooting range as me. Go figure. More megapixels, higher speeds, lighter body and a tilt screen... Now the playing field is more even between me and him, although I have to work a bit harder. =P So we were out taking shots of the Sonata today and my dad let me use the CPL for my shots. A CPL's basically a polarising filter that screws on to the end of the lens; you twist it on it's rotating mount until the glare (and some undesirable reflections) are cancelled out. Do some basic IGCSE physics and you'll understand how polarisation works. When we were done, we decided to park at Tun Sambathan monorail and get a ride to Times Square to visit the very large and very cool Nikon centre. I love this place; it's got almost every Nikon camera body on display and quite a large range of lenses too. Saw the 35mm F/1.8 AF-S that I long for... it's a little chunkier than I expected, but it looks hawt. $899 retail price... guess I'll have to find a shop that'll sell it for less. Anyway, we saw the 52mm threaded CPL cost quite a bit (250 bucks? Really?), so we went with the normal cheapskate Malaysian route and bought an aftermarket one. Got it for about 160, and it works pretty well. Works as a pseudo ND filter too, so I can finally shoot at F/1.8 in bright sunlight. It's been a good day... no idea what tomorrow will bring. Seems to get more and more random with each passing day.All Good Things
The Bessa kit is up for sale on Anchorage Craigs. The Bessa R2m has been with me every day for almost the past two years and we've done a lot of good work together. But I'm moving in a different direction and the time has come to part ways. Message me if you're interested in buying. 1100 for kit as pictured. Just search my photos for ample examples of what this camera can do.
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