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  • A single-lens reflex (SLR) camera is a camera that typically uses a semi-automatic moving mirror system that permits the photographer to see exactly what will be captured by the film or digital imaging system (after a very small delay), as opposed to pre-SLR cameras where the view through the
  • Single Lens Reflex Camera, same as above and the digital is assumed in my world.
    video
  • (computer science) the appearance of text and graphics on a video display
  • The system of recording, reproducing, or broadcasting moving visual images on or from videotape
  • A videocassette
  • the visible part of a television transmission; "they could still receive the sound but the picture was gone"
  • video recording: a recording of both the visual and audible components (especially one containing a recording of a movie or television program)
  • A movie or other piece of material recorded on videotape
best slr camera for video - Ape Case
Ape Case ACPRO2000 Pro Camera Backpack
Ape Case ACPRO2000 Pro Camera Backpack
ACPRO2000 Professional Digital SLR Backpack. Ape Case features this very popular backpack design in three sizes including the ACPRO1800, ACPRO1900, and ACPRO2000. The ACPRO2000 backpack is designed with multiple compartments that can be reconfigured to hold different lenses, cameras and accessories. You can carry two digital SLR cameras and lenses with additional room for 5-7 more lenses and a flash. You can configure the center area to hold a Camera with 70-210 2.8 professional lens attached. There is a padded secure compartment for a notebook computer, two full-size tripod holders (drop-down side and bottom front), and room for accessories, paperwork and other necessities. The shoulder harness system is padded and contoured for extra comfort and durability. With Ape Case’s clean, discreet design, you can safely transport your valuable cargo without calling attention to what's inside. Padded and water resistant, all Ape Case Backpacks feature our signature Hi-Vis Yellow interior, and built-in retractable water proof any-weather cover. Hi-Vis Yellow makes seeing and finding your equipment and accessories inside your Ape Case much easier than in other brand’s standard black or grey interiors and our weather cover offers any-weather protection, a feature usually found in high priced gear or available as an accessory. All zippers feature high-styled zipper pulls and accents and are covered with weather resistant flaps. Dimensions: Interior 13.1 x 16.9 x 6.5" Exterior 15.4 x 19.25 x 10.1”. The ACPRO2000 Fits up to 16-inch laptop (screen measured diagonally) Designed to fit a range of laptops with screens up to 16" in size.

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Take Me with You
Take Me with You
Hai, I went camping this weekend and managed to sneak in some shots before the sun went down :) It was such a beautiful place. And I decided to just type out all of my answers to your questions, I was planning on doing a video, but I'm honestly so awkward when it comes to videos, ahaha. XD Tageveryonebwahaha~ Where do you get the inspirations for the different conceptual photos you take? Most of the time, something will just randomly pop into my crazy little mind, and I’ll just write that down. Other times I’m inspired by movies, songs or photos I see. How did your parents decide to name you Angel? Well, my English name is Angel. I also have a Chinese name, which pretty much means Angel, so that’s why my name is Angel. And also because my Chinese name is relatively hard to pronounce for people that aren’t Chinese, so my parents wanted me to have an English name. So my parents just decided to name me Angel when we came to Canada when I was three. How old were you when you started taking interest in photography? How long has it been since then? I first became interested in photography when I was really little. My dad had a Minolta SLR camera and practically documented my entire childhood with it. Since then I would always borrow my dad’s camera when we would go travelling and whatnot. However, I wasn’t seriously into photography until started taking photography class at my high school. We had a film slr unit and I just loved it. The quality of the photos! So, I convinced my dad to buy me a dSLR for my birthday. So, I guess I’ve really just been into photography my whole life, but it wasn’t until recently that I started developing my knowledge and experience. :) What's your favourite place to take photos? I don’t really have a favorite, I go travelling a lot so I just take photos in any place that looks interesting. I don’t really have any favorites in my area either, I just go places close by or places that I find interesting XD What is your favorite book? Uh. This is impossible. I have so many x___x Some of my all time favorites would have to be: Animal Farm by George Orwell Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe Treasure Island by Louis Stevenson Other than that, most of the books I read are non-fiction. XD What is your favourite style of photography? I’m not really sure on this XD I really just love everything, personally I find portraiture to by my fave. Who are your favourite Flickr Photographers? Okay, well I have a billion, but here are just a few(too lazy for links, mah bad) -Xin Li -GillyFace -justakidwithacanon -Michael Overbeck -Adam Naples -^serena -Colton Witt -nicole^wu You are refer to yourself as an Asian in your username as we can all see. Exactly where are you from originally? I’m from China :D How tall are you? I’m 5’9. XD Ahaha, so I’m relatively tall, and I honestly love it. Where are you from? I’m from central Canada :D That’s the most detailed I will tell you XD What's the best thing that has happened to you? There have honestly been so many great things that have happened to me. I honestly can’t think of just one, and it would take forever for me to type out everything XD I’m just so fortunate to have support from great friends and family and that’s more than I will ever need.
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Best of the several Videos. Unedited. 18 August 2009 Kayaking Point Buchon. Ron Gabel in his yellow Ocean Kayak. Mike Baird in my Orange Surf Kayak. 24 photos plus a few videos (unedited). Ron Gabel and Mike Baird kayak paddle the coastline for over three hours and about six miles round-trip, south of the put-in at Spooner's Cove in Montana de Oro (MdO) State Park near Los Osos, CA 18 August 2009. On the way out we passed by MdO bluff trail and the Coon Creek outlet area about a quarter-mile out due to the breaking waves (~5-7 foot swell). We then paddled to near-shore when we got past Point Buchon on PG&E property (the nuclear power plant property extending to Avila and Port San Luis, CA). We were then able to explore numerous pristine arches, caves, and jetties during predictable swells and good weather. This is isolated largely untouched clean clear water-wilderness, with many sea birds, some harbor seals, and lots of healthy floating Giant Kelp beds that often impeded making headway, but served to tame the waves. On the way back we followed the coastline all the way back to Point Buchon. We were able to paddle into a cave that then opened up into the base of a famous MdO sinkhole about 100 feet wide and 75 feet deep. I wished I had my SLR with 15mm fisheye lens to capture that scene. After exploring the numerous caves (mostly on the south side) near the Coon Creek outlet (which forms the property line between State Parks to the north, and the PG&E property to the south) we once again had to paddle a bit further out to avoid swells that were closing out. Photo or Video by Michael "Mike" L. Baird, mike [at} mikebaird d o t com, flickr.bairdphotos.com; using the little rugged Canon D10 waterproof camera (highly recommended by the way - just keep the glass lens cover clean or you will get blurry shots), shooting JPGs mostly on Canon's iContrast (fill-light enhancement) setting, minus 1/3rd stop, and using flash for close-ups. I erred on the side of publishing way too many low-quality photos of this event because I thought some people would like them for their documentation value.

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