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  • A webcam is a video capture device that is connected to a computer or computer network, often using a USB port or, if connected to a network, ethernet or Wi-Fi.
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  • The programs and other operating information used by a computer
  • Software is Grace Slick's 1984 album. This album was recorded after she had re-joined Jefferson Starship. After working on this album, Peter Wolf would go on to contribute to Jefferson Starship's 1984 album, Nuclear Furniture. A music video was made for the single "All the Machines".
  • (computer science) written programs or procedures or rules and associated documentation pertaining to the operation of a computer system and that are stored in read/write memory; "the market for software is expected to expand"
  • Computer software, or just software, is the collection of computer programs and related data that provide the instructions telling a computer what to do. The term was coined to contrast to the old term hardware (meaning physical devices).
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  • Universal serial bus, a connection technology for attaching peripheral devices to a computer, providing fast data exchange
  • Stands for Universal Serial Bus. Is a method of connecting devices to a computer. Most smartphones now use microUSB cables to charge and sync.
  • The Universal Serial Bus is probably going to replace the serial and parallel interfaces. USB enables the effortless connection of peripheral devices without the need to install cards into the computer or reconfigure parts of the operating system.
  • Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a specification to establish communication between devices and a host controller (usually personal computers), developed and invented by Ajay Bhatt while working for Intel. USB is intended to replace many varieties of serial and parallel ports.
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2Mega Pixels USB Digital Microscope endoscope Magnifier 400X PLUS AGPtek USB 2.0 All-in-one Card Reader
2Mega Pixels USB Digital Microscope endoscope Magnifier 400X PLUS AGPtek USB 2.0 All-in-one Card Reader
Image sensor: 2Mega Pixels (interpolated to 3MP)
Still capture resolution: 1600x1200, 1280x1024, 1280x960, 1024x768, 800x600, 640x480, 352x288, 320x240, 160x120
Video capture resolution: 1600x1200, 1280x1024, 1280x960, 1024x768, 800x600, 640x480, 352x288, 320x240, 160x120
Focus Range: Manual focus from 10mm to 200mm
Frame Rate: Max 30f/s under 600 Lus Brightness
Magnification Ratio: 20x & 400x
Video format: AVI
Photo format: JPEG or BMP
Light source: 8 LED (adjustable by control wheel)
PC interface: USB2.0

Power source: 5V DC from USB port
Operation system: Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000, Mac OS X 10.5 or above
OSD language: English, German, Spanish, Korean, French, Russian
Bundle software: MicroCapture with measurement & calibration function
Size: 125mm (L) x 33mm (R)

Driver Language: English, Chinese, German, Italy, French, Spain, Portugal, Japan
Measure Tool: Micro-Measure (It can measure Length and diameters, angle, the perimeter, area, etc)
Package including:
1x USB Microscope
1x Tripod
1x Driver
1x User Manual
1 x AGPtek USB 2.0 All-in-one Card Reader

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Chicago: Lake Shore park (of some sort)
Chicago: Lake Shore park (of some sort)
[Nikon Coolpix S9100 -1/3eV to -1eV prob. ISO160 4000x3000*] ...a park...that you have to pay to park in. Schweet! by the way, what is "a toddle"? Anyway so there's some NR but not much, certainly it's not as bad as the S6 : (or was it the S2...whatever or the Casio A450, much better than the other Casio I had, I forgot what it is, yet the colors aren't nearly as "dirty" (green and gritty) in jpeg as the SX130. Just a bit of fuzziness from the NR. Not detectable at 4x6, probably the slightest bit at 15-17" diagonal, but definitely noticeable on close inspection at 100% at 100dpi at 2' viewing distance. But that's fine. Because you're probably not going to do a lot of viewing of your 12MP images at 100dpi at viewing distances on the order of 1 to 2 feet. And certainly while it was able to match the Tamron 28-300VC on the D70 at the long end, the DSLR combo was no match for the S9100 on the short end. Though it wasn't too hard to "point & shoot" the D70 while driving, it was more of a "pot luck". Though I still think that a real live viewfinder is real schweet compared to a p&s. I definitely preferred shooting the D70 over the S9100 when I was standing around in the space of 50 yards or so from the car. Walking through the city the S9100 was very difficult to beat. And I couldn't help but think of the last time I walked through Chelsea with a camera of any size in my hand, and a guy standing on the sidewalk tried to snatch it out of my hand as I walked by. Same thing in DC down on Dupont Circle. The S9100 fit almost completely in the palm of my hand. It might get snatched off my *belt* if it's in a pouch with a velcro strap or in my jacket pocket and someone walks up behind me unseen and takes it, but it's not going to get snatched out of my hand when I'm holding it completely enclosed like a pack of cards. On the other hand the D70 rig was so large and heavy, hanging and swinging around my neck, that it scared people just looking at it...I doubt that anyone is going to try to snatch and grab it off my neck on a busy street. Out of my hand, possible. From around my neck, no. But I'm not walking around with that thing bouncing off my chest. No, getting *mugged* is one thing, but making it hard or easy to snatch and grab is another. Fact is you've got to be prepared for someone to do something you just aren't expecting them to do. Because that's how it happens. It's never the guy that you think might mug you or pick your pocket or grab your bag, that actually does it, because they're not going to do it if they see you and you get "froggy" on them. People do the "crossing the street" the "not going down a dodgy-looking street" thing, no, it's never the people you look at and actually think that they might mug you. It's the people you would never think or for some reason did not think would do that, because they grab your shit and are gone before your mind has even adjusted to the reality of what they've done. Then you're left there by yourself babbling like an idiot and you probably don't even have a clue of what the guy looked like, much less a credible claim to the gear that he just took. Sorry but "a guy just stole my camera" just doesn't cut it in the police-world. Not if that's the best description of him that you have. And God help you if it was a girl. So it seems at this point that this thing needs one maybe two things to be a great travel camera. One, the raw capability and two, a backup battery. {Note actually I just ran into the same situation again while getting photopc to talk to the camera & running into a software brick-wall...and out of desperation I tried the little AC/USB adapter, and that *forces* the camera to recharge the battery so ignore all this whining about needing a backup battery to put the camera back into auto charge mode...that only applies if you try to charge it off a PC USB port when the battery is "exhausted"} Even though it's a Li pack it's only 1450Ahr, the battery is about half the size of a CF card. You'd be lucky to get 300 shots out of one. It probably is little better than the SX130 in practice, the battery is probably much more expensive than a $10 pair of recharable NiMH batteries, and the battery is smaller overall for a given power capacity. Plus they don't have to worry about someone trying to recharge alkaline batteries so they can make the camera act as a recharger. A neat feature but it's not like you won't have to worry about the battery dying in a few hours of shooting. It's not like you don't have to worry about the price, or keystoning or barrel distortion or even some softness in the corners. But at least I don't have to worry about the size, weight, NR, noise or the lens, not at 25-450mm effective, or the overall IQ even shooting jpeg, as long as I bring the exposure down about 2/3eV. Or speed as long as I do most of my shooting during
Nikon Coolpix S8100 : Fast. Powerful. Versatile.
Nikon Coolpix S8100 : Fast. Powerful. Versatile.
10X Zoom. Full HD Movie. High Resolution Display. Product Number: 26219 Key Features Superior Image Quality 12.1 -megapixel CMOS sensor for high speed operation and exceptional low-light performance. 10x Wide-Angle Optical Zoom-NIKKOR ED Glass Lens. Versatile 30-300mm lens ranges wide to capture landscapes, zooms in to get close to the action. In the NIKKOR tradition of precision optics, the high-quality ED glass lens delivers superb color and razor-sharp results. 4-way VR Image Stabilization System Optical VR Image Stabilization by lens shift minimizes the effects of camera shake. Motion Detection automatically detects moving subjects and adjusts shutter speed and ISO to compensate for camera shake and subject movement. High ISO up to 3200 for optimum results when shooting in low light or photographing fast-moving subjects. Nikon’s Best Shot Selector (BSS) automatically takes up to ten shots while the shutter is pressed, then selects and saves the sharpest image. EXPEED C2 continues to expand the possibilities of photography with improved levels of image quality, fine detail and processing speed. Custom-optimized for each COOLPIX model, Nikon’s renowned digital image processing engine ensures outstanding images. Advanced Functions 3-inch Ultra-High Resolution (921,000-dot) Clear Color Display for still images and movies that come alive with rich detail and improved contrast. The large LCD's wide viewing angle and anti-glare coating make it easy to compose, view and share pictures. Advanced low light shooting capability. Shoot still images even while recording HD Movie. Convenient Features Smart Portrait System Smile Timer automatically releases the shutter when your subject smiles. In-Camera Red-Eye Fix™ automatically corrects most instances of red-eye as you shoot. You may never see red-eye again. Face-Priority AF. Nikon’s face-finding technology automatically detects up to 12 faces. Skin Softening smoothes skin tones at three different levels for optimal portraits; can be applied while shooting or during playback. Blink Warning alerts you if a subject has blinked. 17 Scene modes including Scene Auto Selector Scene Auto Selector automatically recognizes the scene you're shooting and selects the most appropriate scene mode; offers six scene modes plus auto. Macro shooting as close as 0.4 inches. 220 still shots (approx.) with supplied EN-EL12 Li-ion rechargeable battery. Creative Control Mode Dial for quick setting of key functions. ISO can be set as high as 3200. In-camera editing functions include Quick Retouch, and D-Lighting. Creative Slider allows adjustment of brightness, saturation and color. HD Movie Recording Full HD (1080p) Movie with Stereo and HDMI Output, optical Zoom control and stereo sound recording. HDMI output allows easy in-camera playback or convenient playback on HD-TV or computer. In-camera movie editing function also available. One-Touch record button for instant Movie recording. High Speed Performance Ultra-fast start-up, autofocus and shooting. High Speed Shooting capture 5 shots in approximately one second at full resolution. Sport Continuous Shooting to capture fast action (reduced image size) Shoot Slow Motion Movies up to 240 fps by selecting HS Movie mode (reduced image size) Subject Tracking automatically tracks a moving subject to ensure sharp focus. Tech Specs Type Compact Digital Camera Effective Pixels 12.1 million Image Sensor CMOS Sensor Size 1/2.3 in. Total Pixels 12.75 million (approx.) Lens 10? optical zoom, NIKKOR ED glass lens Lens Focal Length 5.4-54.0mm (angle of view equivalent to that of 30-300mm lens in 35mm[135] format) Lens f/-number f/3.5-5.6 Lens Construction 10 elements in 8 groups Lens Zoom 10x Digital Zoom Up to 4? (angle of view equivalent to that of approx. 1200mm lens in 35mm[135] format) Vibration Reduction Combination of lens-shift and electronic VR (still pictures) Lens-shift (movies) Autofocus (AF) Contrast-detect AF Autofocus (AF) Focus-area selection Face priority Auto (9-area automatic selection) Center Manual with 99 focus areas Subject tracking Focus Range [W]: Approx. 1 ft. 8 in. (50 cm.) to infinity [T]: Approx. 3 ft. 4 in. (1 m.) to infinity Macro close-up mode: Approx. 0.4 in. (1 cm.) to infinity Monitor Size 3 in. diagonal Monitor Type Wide viewing angle TFT LCD with anti-reflection coating 5-level brightness adjustment Monitor Resolution 921,000-dots Monitor Frame coverage (shooting mode) 97% horizontal (Approx.) 97% vertical (Approx.) Monitor Frame coverage (playback mode) 100% horizontal (Approx.) 100% vertical (Approx.) Storage Media SD memory card SDHC memory card SDXC memory card 102MB internal memory (approx.) Storage File System DCF EXIF 2.2 DPOF compliant Storage File formats Still pictures: JPEG Sound files (Voice Memo): WAV Movies: MOV (Video:MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, Audio: AAC stereo) Movie Movie file format: MPEG-4 AVC H.264 Audio file format: AAC stereo Full HD: 1920 x 1080p / 30fps Standard TV: 640 x 480 / 30fps

usb pc camera plus software
usb pc camera plus software
DYMO LabelWriter 450 Turbo High-Speed Postage and Label Printer for PC and Mac, USB, Printer and Software, Black/Silver (1752265)
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