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    camera
  • A chamber or round building
  • 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)
  • television camera: television equipment consisting of a lens system that focuses an image on a photosensitive mosaic that is scanned by an electron beam
    drain
  • Make (land) drier by providing channels for water to flow away in
  • flow off gradually; "The rain water drains into this big vat"
  • Cause the water or other liquid in (something) to run out, leaving it empty, dry, or drier
  • Cause or allow (liquid) to run off or out of something
  • deplete of resources; "The exercise class drains me of energy"
  • emptying something accomplished by allowing liquid to run out of it
    sales
  • gross sales: income (at invoice values) received for goods and services over some given period of time
  • (sale) the general activity of selling; "they tried to boost sales"; "laws limit the sale of handguns"
  • The exchange of a commodity for money; the action of selling something
  • The activity or business of selling products
  • A quantity or amount sold
  • (sale) a particular instance of selling; "he has just made his first sale"; "they had to complete the sale before the banks closed"
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General Tool DCS200 Professional Scope Color Camera
General Tool DCS200 Professional Scope Color Camera
The Seeker 200 Video Borescope Inspection System features a 2.4in. LCD color monitor for real-time viewing, with a 12mm flexible camera probe that retains its configured shape for inspecting hard-to-reach areas. The Seeker 200 is ideal for use in automotive maintenance, electrical repair, plumbing applications, HVAC/R and the visual inspection of otherwise inaccessible areas. Probe (in.): 36 1/4, Diameter (in.): 1/2, Head Size (in.): 1/2, Monitor Type: 2 3/8in. Color monitor, Display Type: LCD screen, Field of View: 60deg , Light Type: Two adjustable LEDs, Battery Type: 9V, Battery Included: Yes, Dimensions L x W x H (in.): 15 x 12 x 3 1/2, Water Resistant: No, Case Included: Yes, Includes: Resolution of 320 ? 234 pixels

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Drain O' Bag
Drain O' Bag
Nirvana – Nevermind - 1991 Drain You [Cobain] One baby to another says - I'm lucky to have met you I don't care what you think Unless it is about me It is now my duty to completely drain you A travel through a tube And end up in your infection Chew your meat for you Pass it back and forth In a passionate kiss From my mouth to yours I like you With eyes so dialated, I've become your pupil You've taught me everything Without a poison apple The water is so yellow, I'm a healthy student Indebted and so grateful - Vacuum out the fluids Chew your meat for you Pass it back and forth In a passionate kiss From my mouth to yours I like you You (x5) One baby to another says - I'm lucky to have met you I don't care what you think Unless it is about me It is now my duty to completely drain you A travel through a tube And end up in your infection Chew your meat for you Pass it back and forth In a passionate kiss From my mouth to yours Sloppy lips to lips You're my vitamins I'm like you Vi racconto una storia (e un po’ lunga ma spero abbiate la pazienza di leggerla tutta) : Giovedi 3 Maggio Ore 7.15 Entro in ospedale. Mi cambio. Devo mettere l’orrendo pigiama che mia nonna mi ha comprato su commissione di mia mamma (io volevo andare in ospedale con i miei pantaloncini ma ho ricevuto il veto della mamma, agli ordini!!). Chiacchieratine con i miei. Mia mamma e logicamente tesa. Io e mio papa scherziamo. Ore 8.00 Entra in camera la capo-reparto :”Mettiti queste che andiamo” Magliettina bianca con i lacci sulla schiena. Cuffia verde. Rientra in camera la CR :”Hai fatto attivita sportiva ieri?” Jack :”Si” CR :”Nooo…cazzo ma non ti avevano detto di non fare niente? Aspetta che chiedo…” Abbigliato in quella maniera mi risiedo sul letto, c’e l’assistente (un ragazzo intorno ai 25 anni) che attende imbarazzato. Rientra in camera la CR :”Dai, andiamo.” Bicchierino. CR :”Bevi questo, adesso ti facciamo un’iniezione, brucia un po’, e la pre-anestesia” Bevo, mi bucano…ammazza se brucia. Brucia, brucia. Parte il lettino con al seguito la carovana. J :”Oh, quanti siamo?” CR :”Signora (mia mamma) lei non puo venire.” Mia mamma si dilegua sorridendo. Arriviamo all’ascensore per le sale operatorie. CR :”Bestia, la barba!!!” Non avevo fatto la barba la sera prima (e dirmelo no?) Rientriamo in camera. CR :”Schiuma e lametta. Te la devo fare io?” J :”No grazie, mi arrangio.” Dietro le spalle l’assistente, sia mai che inizi a fare effetto la pre-anestesia… 1 minuto dopo ho finito (barba fatta veramente alla cazzo e con una lametta del 15/18…) Risalgo sul lettino, ripartiamo. Mia mamma, ancora piu tesa, mi guarda andare via. Tutti mi guardano. Io mi tocco il collo, sangue, mi sono tagliato ovunque… Colpo di genio, J :”Mi sono gia tagliato per l’operazione, no?” Tutti ridono. (Ma faceva cosi ridere?). Arrivo giu. Mi tirano su dal letto come un pezzo di carne, mi sbattono su un piano (tipo quello del macellaio…), scendo dall’altro lato, su un lettino 50x150cm. Mi incartano con la carta dell’uovo di pasqua. Colpo di genio, J :”Per fortuna che pasqua e passata da un po’!!” Tutti ridono. Un’infermiera risponde :”Si pero la cioccolata l’abbiamo gia mangiata!!” Silenzio. Eccomi fuori dalla sala operatoria. Ore 8.45 Infermiere :”Guardi, deve aspettare un po’ perche si sta ancora riprendendo l’altro paziente” J :”Ok.” (cosa dovevo dire?) Ascolto. L’altro paziente (il mio compagno di stanza) tossisce, ancora sotto l’effetto dell’anestesia totale. Dottore :”Non tossisca, le fa male” (operato alle corde vocali). Paziente :”Ouch ouch” (colpi di tosse). D :”Non faccia cosi” P :”Ouch ouch”. D :”Non faccia cosi le ho detto!” (evidentemente inalberato). P :”Ouch ouch”. D rivolto all’infermiere :”Gli faccia questa.” Iniezione. Paziente dormiente in meno di 3 secondi. Ecco la soluzione. Il lettino e minuscolo, mi escono le braccia e le gambe da poco sopra la caviglia, la testa e incastrata in una specie di ciotola. L’infermiera mi prende per i piedi (e tutto coperto, non vede che sono i piedi) J :”Scusi, quelli sono i piedi…”. L’infermiera molto imbarazzata :”Oh, mi scusi, mi scusi…”. Mi porta in sala, due o tre manovre perche “sono troppo lungo”. Entra il vice del primario, infermiera :”Dottore, ma come ha messo la cuffia?” Tutti ridono. La cuffia ha un foro per il collo e uno per la faccia, ovviamente di dimensioni diverse. L’aveva messa al contrario. I :”Venga qui che gliel’allaccio…”. Mi legano il polso destro e con la corda mi incastrano il braccio quasi sotto la gamba. L’altro braccio e appoggiato ad un piedistallo. Anestesista :”Adesso sentira un po’ di caldo al braccio sinistro (dove c’e la “farfalla”), non si preoccupi”. Sento il braccio andare in fiamme e poi la stessa sensazione fino al cuore. L’infermiere mi mette la mascherina :”E ossigeno, respiri forte”. 3 respiri (2 sicuri, il 3° diciamo a meta), sono nel mondo dei sogni. Ore 1
Miranda FM c. 1964
Miranda FM c. 1964
The Miranda 'F' was introduced in 1963 and replaced the 'DR'. It was the company's first 'Alphabetical' Series camera (ie, not one of the Automex/Sensorex type) to have an internal automatic diaphragm setup within the lens housing. In other words - the external 'Pressure Actuated Diaphragm' (or PAD) plumbing setup over the shutter release - begged, borrowed or copied from Exakta - had finally gone. Aside from the cleaner appearance around the lens body with the PAD setup gone, it was still the same 6-element f1.9 50mm Auto-Miranda and quiet FP shutter with B, 1 - 1/1,000 sec speeds. Aperture preview was via the large chromed button right side of the lens housing plinth, and sorry - you still didn't get any self-timer. Pity, because I rather liked 'PAD' lenses, even though I'll grant that the shutter release action was a bit on the long side. Look closely at the top cover and you'll see that this 'FM' has a small accessory item that is usually missing on Mirandas - ie the strangely named 'sketch release' gizmo, which screws into the threaded female remote cable orifice and gives you an alternative shutter button option. The basic 'F' model was still unmetered, but in 1964 Miranda introduced their first add-on exposure gizmo - the 'M' type CDS metered pentaprism. OK, so it wasn't a TTL system, instead reading the light via that little circular window top lef just above the 'M' of 'MIRANDA' , and it required really good eyesight to read the miniscule aperture/shutter speed scales against the needle reading on top - but in 1964 any form of inbuilt metering was still rare. It was actuated by the small button you can see in the right side pic, just behind the circular leatherette covered CDS battery compartment.. No chance of draining the battery by accidentally leaving it on - it only worked as long as your digit depressed it. The fitment of this amazing metered 'M' type pentaprism upgraded your Model 'F' to an 'FM', and instead of costing you the $180 for the basic 'F' it now cost $205 in the US of A. I think most folks thought it was worth that extra 25 bucks, because they now didn't have to guesstimate 'Sunny-16' stuff or lug around a separate meter in their pockets. Those separate meters weren't cheap either - for example Miranda's own 'Cadius' CDS meter cost a whopping $45, makng the extra 25 bucks for the metered prism quite a bargain. In the UK, Japanese cameras were now freely on sale and an unmetered Model 'F' cost a tanner short of 70 quid. The 'M' metered prism option doesn't seem to have been available though. However in terms of the competition , the Topcon RE-Super was already out with full TTL metering incorporated, and other manufacturers were offering built-in metering although not TTL. Even Miranda themselves had metering on their more expensive 'Automex' series cameras, but it wasn't until 1966 that the 'Sensorex' range replaced the 'Automex' with full TTL whizz-bang match-needle VF gadgetry.

drain camera sales
drain camera sales
Digipower DPS-601 Endure 2-3 Hour Charger With 4 Pre-Charged 2000mAh Nimh Batteries
Consumers often complain that NiMh rechargeable batteries are not reliable. When left in the camera or stored for a short period of time, they will loose power. Standard Nickel Metal Hydride batteries loose an average of 25% of their power every month, making them unreliable at unexpected times. The new endure Series 1 are packed with new features that make using a digital camera more enjoyable. They come pre-charged and ready to use right out of the package. They stay charged for up to 1 year. Endure series 1 will retain up to 90% of their power for a year; so they can be stored in a camera for extended periods without fear of drain and loss of power. Endure series 1 are ready to use at any time.

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