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Posted by Jack Crossfire | Today @ 12:35 AM | 20 Views
After finding nothing which captured the size lions actually saw, the lion kingdom decided to stack all 62 photos the T4I got & rotate it with the horizon down. It was configured to make a movie rather than a still photo, so it got only a tiny amount of light. In reality, the prominences stretched many diameters & were fuller. At least this starts to show the X with 2 large arms on the left & 2 smaller ones on the right. Unsharp masking gives mixed results.
Posted by Jack Crossfire | Yesterday @ 08:48 PM | 181 Views
5971420 eclipse_5d
6503204 eclipse_android
10632900 eclipse_gear360
11955400 eclipse_gopro
26555836 eclipse_mark3
3536040 eclipse_sanyo
38355472 eclipse_t4i
103510272 total

103 GB of data was captured in 3 hours by 7 cameras.

The T4I shot a CU timelapse at 1/200, F5.6 ISO200, 200mm

The T4I got 62 frames of totality, manely limited by the slow SD card.

The hour before totality was very busy. The amount of checklist rechecking, camera blocking, camera reconfiguring, reframing of the drift shots was intense. 10 minutes before totality was a race to start all the cameras. The Mark III went into an excessively fast shutter bracket. It required a faster shutter speed to focus, but this wasn't reset to the slower shutter speed needed for exposing the stars. Magic Lantern wouldn't stop shooting, but fortunately there was enough time between shots to adjust the shutter without stopping it.


As the 3 DSLR's clicked furiously, the lion now turned to using his own eyes. The lion just stood & stared at the sun through the glasses. The sliver of light quickly got smaller & smaller. After the episode with Magic Lantern, it all happened extremely fast. There was no time to gather someone to hug or tweek any cameras, now.


Then the mass shouting began, including "glasses off!" After a careful move to pull the filters off the cameras without shifting focus, it was time to stare & try to remember. The sky was now black. The...Continue Reading
Posted by aben71 | Yesterday @ 07:33 PM | 185 Views
Ok ,so I ask this question,who really likes these wifi selfie drones?There are so many coming out now ,I have tested a few and honestly think they kinda suck,they fly terrible,the picture and video quality is garbage.Honestly,seen better quadcopters before this selfie wifi junk came out.my opinion.Move forward with this manufactures please,my two cents
Posted by Pax82 | Yesterday @ 06:35 PM | 214 Views
Gate Anti-drone (0 min 32 sec)

Posted by The Konqueror | Yesterday @ 06:01 PM | 220 Views
I tested the durability of my Mad Gear Desert Wolf by jumping it and crashing it in the street

Here is the link:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=w4PuJp43nvc
Posted by aben71 | Yesterday @ 05:48 PM | 247 Views
I picked up this new action camera for my videos and I am pretty impressed with it,especially for how well it works AND I bought it for under $50 Video looks good and sound quality is decent for review work,I am pleased with this little camera
I ,like most of us work on a tight budget and it is always nice to find something that works well and doesn't cost a bunch.
I bought my Activeon CX camera here https://www.walmart.com/ip/ACTIVEON-...creen/45910547
Posted by Absaroka | Yesterday @ 05:22 PM | 252 Views
Got the paint on her---just need to seal it and she'll be going together soon.
Posted by GiantPowerLiPos | Yesterday @ 04:08 PM | 307 Views
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Posted by frankcitro | Yesterday @ 03:40 PM | 327 Views
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Posted by thijs slotman | Yesterday @ 02:53 PM | 333 Views
hi all!
this is my honest review of the Utoghter 96308
Utoghter 69308. my Honest review! (12 min 14 sec)


thanks!
Posted by scousethief | Yesterday @ 02:28 PM | 377 Views
https://www.banggood.com/ZOHD-Nano-Talon-860mm-Wingspan-AIO-HD-V-Tail-EPP-FPV-RC-Airplane-PNP-With-Gyro-p-1168297.html
US$ 107.99




This 860mm Wingspan Nano Talon is a portable edition of the Talon Airframe series. It is super easy to hand-launch and fly because of the included gyro, The Nano Talon is very convenient to transport due to the main wing and tail fins being detachable The built-in servo structure makes the airfoil more aerodynamic,

Lets start with the box.....



Main wing set. The wings are a 2 piece black lower and white upper foam set, wing spars and a torque bar type servo control are pre-installed. a portion of the wing section is hollow.
...Continue Reading
Posted by Dallquen | Yesterday @ 11:54 AM | 502 Views
Greetings, and built the updated drone, but I have a problem when using the command, the engine 4 goes slower or the engines 4 and 1 go slower, but if I accelerate thoroughly all the engines go well, I am new to This but I think that the problem is the command, in the program (cleanflight) I accelerate the engines and these go of wonder, somebody could help me I do not know what to do or if it is the control that I will have to calibrate it.

But sometimes motor 4 is the one that stops first, but when I accelerate them with the software all the engines go very well.
Posted by Absaroka | Yesterday @ 11:21 AM | 562 Views
Started painting the Fuselage today. Thinking of keeping the gold accent on the tail fin. Figure I can always paint it black if I don't like the final result.
Posted by KatrinaRosen | Yesterday @ 08:26 AM | 666 Views
The popularity of drone use in agriculture has increased over the past few years, and drones are now being used around the world to herd animals like cows and sheep. People who move herds over large swaths of land are saying itís a more efficient and effective way to get the job done, and it allows them to keep an eye on the land and cattle more easily.
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2...nia-video-spd/