How To Choose A Professional Camera

how to choose a professional camera
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  • an athlete who plays for pay
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  • see fit or proper to act in a certain way; decide to act in a certain way; "She chose not to attend classes and now she failed the exam"
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  • A chamber or round building
  • television camera: television equipment consisting of a lens system that focuses an image on a photosensitive mosaic that is scanned by an electron beam
  • equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)
  • 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.
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Sony HDV Video WALKMAN GV-HD700 - Digital VCR - Mini DV
Sony HDV Video WALKMAN GV-HD700 - Digital VCR - Mini DV
Edit, review and record your video footage with this innovative, compact and portable device. The HDV Portable Video Recorder boasts x.v.Color technology, capable of reproducing nearly twice the viewable colors as before. Your images will appear sharp and detailed from multiple angles while you edit with assignable buttons for the most commonly used functions. Crystal clear stills and slow-motion playback can be paused and zoomed in upon, then edited and cropped on the fly. Compatible with long-lasting L and M Series rechargeable Info LITHIUM batteries, the GV-HD700/1 will conveniently display remaining battery time with the exclusive AccuPower meter.

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How difficult a photo coverage is!
How difficult a photo coverage is!
But I was there! If my friend, John Doe, who pretend to be a photo reporter, didn’t want to be there, me, not willing to be a professional or a photo-reporter, couldn’t resist to the appeal. I had two main conditions, self imposed, to photograph this GLBT demonstration: First, I had to give voice and/or visibility to those who, because of their approach to sexuality, aren’t equal under law’s eyes. Second, I didn’t want to do pictures of the so called “freaks”. The recognition of their equality wouldn’t aloud me to individualise their differences. My goal was to get all that using rather symbols than people. But, getting there, I realise it would be interesting to have two other perspectives: How the media was dealing with it and how the so called “normal persons” were dealing with it. So, with all those ethic considerations and limitations, did I get what I want? I guess not! Most of the photos I did, even if they were aesthetic and technical acceptable, are far from my self imposed conditions. I have them but I will not publish them. This one is, probably, the one that fits the best my way of seeing this demonstration: no freaks, if there were any, no individualizing, no breaking the privacy that all of them want, even if they were there. It was done just before it ends. Not just the dominating rainbow colours, their chosen symbol, but the couple. They wanted to be photographed! As a matter of fact, they asked me to do a picture with their own camera, before I did this one. Further more than any sexual question is their affection or love. And the possibility of showing it to each other, in some place where there is no discrimination or recriminations. Love, regardless sex or gender! And this was what the demonstration was about: no social or legal discrimination because of the way love is felt and practice! But, believe me: this was one of the most difficult photo work I’ve ever done! Texto e imagem: by me
I've done very little shooting lately. All weekend, I packed my camera around and felt like a dorky tourist... but barely took it out of the bag, let alone pointed it at anything interesting. In the one moment where I had the chance to capture something decent, officialdom intervened and stopped me cold. We were at a hockey game (Canucks vs Flames). A couple of minutes into the first period, a brawl broke out. Physical violence (even among guys with lots of padding) makes me sick to my stomach so... no, I wasn't trying to shoot the fight. But I wanted a shot of the aftermath - 10 pairs of gloves and various bits of other debris all over centre ice. I took out my camera and... just as I raised it to my face... a security guy leaned over and said "No! That's not allowed. That's a professional camera." I briefly considered assuring him that... however long my lens might be... attached to me, it's nowhere near anything like professional. Instead, I just put the camera away and held it on my lap for the rest of the game... and didn't even try to catch the moon and swirling clouds and urban landscapes on the cold walk back to our hotel. So no... I have no new pics. But I felt like posting something. So I just chose at random from the pics on my desktop. Makes me want to get back out to the cemetery. And back into infrared.

how to choose a professional camera
how to choose a professional camera
AZDEN WLT-PRO Pro Series Wireless Lavaliere Microphone and Transmitter

Designed for use with Azden's WR-PRO receiver from the WHX-PRO wireless transmission system, the WLT-PRO microphone and transmitter bundle offers wireless convenience and clear FM transmission from compact, unobtrusive components. Affix the lavalier condenser to your lapel, plug the mic cord into the transmitter, and away you go. The mic cord doubles as the transmitter's antenna. Use the supplied belt clip to hook the transmitter to your waist, or just stuff the unit (which is smaller than a deck of cards) in a convenient pocket.
The system and the transmitter itself operate in the VHF band, where interference is very low. Choose between 169.445 MHz and 170.245 MHz for the clearest transmission and reception. The system conforms to Part 90 of FCC rules, and it's not to be used in high temperatures, high humidity, or near a broadcasting station, airport, or on an airplane.
What's in the Box
EX-503 lapel microphone, WM-PRO transmitter, belt clip, and user's manual/spec sheet.

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