LCD SHUTTER : COLEMAN CANOPY.
- a mechanical device on a camera that opens and closes to control the time of a photographic exposure
- a hinged blind for a window
- Close the shutters of (a window or building)
- Close (a business)
- (LCDS) The London Contemporary Dance School is a school in the United Kingdom for the teaching of contemporary dance.
- Liquid crystal display
- Lowest (or least) common denominator
- liquid crystal display: a digital display that uses liquid crystal cells that change reflectivity in an applied electric field; used for portable computer displays and watches etc.
- LCD were a computer generated dance act, active in the late 1990s. Signed to Virgin Records, their one hit single was a euro pop version of the Greek song "Zorbas", entitled "Zorba's Dance".
Vivitar LCD Digital Timer Shutter Release for Canon EOS Rebel 30D, XSi, XS, T2i, T3, T3i, 400D, 450D, 550D, 1000D, 60D. 600D XT, XTT, Pentax K110D, K100D, K200D, K10D, K20D, K7, ist DS, DS2, DS, DL2, DL, D and Samsung GX-1S, GX-1L, GX-10, GX-20 DSLR Cameras
- Self Timer From 1 Second to 99 Hours
- Interval Timer - For Example Can Take Picture Every 10 Minutes
- Long Exposure Timer
- Number of Exposure Shots - For Example Can Take 3 Pictures At a Time 3 Foot Cable
- LCD Screen
- Simple & Easy to Use
- Works with Camera "remote control" Mode
- Friendly Ergonomic Design
*Canon EOS: 30/33/50/300/300D, (Digital Rebel)/350D, (Rebel XT)/400D, (Rebel XTI)/450D, (Rebel XSI)/550D, Rebel T2i)/1000D, (Rebel XS)60D, Contax N/Contax 645, (Rebel)T3,T3i (600D)
*Pentax: K110D/K100D/K200D/K10D/K20D/K7/ ist, DS/DS2/DS/DL2/DL/D
shutter life... (no camera was hurt in the making of this picture)
ok so even though im only barrowing my yearbook classes nikon D40 i feel almost responsible for it like it is one of my children or somthing it hurts my inner core to know that there is a D40 sitting on a shelf in the electronics department of target with NO LENS and NO COVER people are so insensable about how expensive and precious these types of cameras are i feel bad knowing that each time i press that shutter button this camera becomes one shutter realease closer to its death the thought of that scares me but yet how can one use the camera if there too afraid of breaking the shutter i read once that DSLR shutter will break after about 100,000 cycles which means that this D40 is soon on its way to reaching that limit and then what ... already its got abnout 16,455 shutter realeases one it which means soon it will die and now i feel bad for all those sporting events that i took the camera to shoot at to get picture for somones layout in yearbook i took about 455 pictures of wemons tenis and the two girls only used 1 of the pictures i took in the layout and thats AFTER i had to beg and plead with them to use my shot i feel like everybody in my yearbook class hates me or somthign almost i mean i work my but off taking all these pictures and sometimes they dont even use the ones i take my yearbook teacher already is mad at me simply because i change the lenses ( but its not my fault the kit lens is the worst lens on earth) so now my year book teacher is mad at me over that i do everything in my power to make this camera be safe and in excellent condition but i feel like my yearbook teacher herself doesent even half way understand this camera it seems as if her time is too important to even hear me out or even care for that matter yet she scalds me over changing the lenses and cleaning the sensor its like DSLR's are the new car now its not oh how many miles did you but on it but rather how many shutter realeases did you use i dont understand myself and yet i feel guilty for the welbeing of this camera and when its not in my hands i cant control how good somone else is goin to take care of it my teacher loaned it out to these two girls for a 3 day weekend and the girls gave it back to me with a scratched up LCD screan which i still havent figured out how il fix that i had a tube of scratch filler inner but my mom misplaced it so now i dont have it to fix the screan ah! i feel so frustrated = (
Shades in stereo.
So I did a picture a while back now which featured a set of my anaglyph shades, I think they made
a nice minimal image. In my opinion the shadow, enhanced by the filtered red and cyan light and the dark surrounds helped make the picture.
Now we have 3D TV's being rolled out, Sky now broadcasts in 3D, and Sony are incorporating 3D scan into the OSs of their current camera ranges.
The new TV's that display 3D or stereo images in your living room now are largely based on LCD shutter vision glasses, the pair to the left are a leading brand of these shutter glasses, which I'm sure we will all soon be wearing right?
Although technically the new glasses give the viewer a much more immersive full colour high definition image, some might say that when it comes to style, they are still over shadowed by the cool of the stylish anaglyph glasses shown here?
Required a pile of cleanup, there isn’t much in life that you will see as clean under close inspection, right?.... I think I might invest in some cleaning equipment.
Macro Mondays theme : "it's all about the shadow".
The LCD Remote Shutter is a remote switch with a self-timer, interval timer, long-exposure timer, and exposure-count setting feature for versatile remote control of your digital SLR camera. Timer delays, exposure times and intervals can be set up to 100 hours in one-second increments. You can also select anywhere from one to 399 continuous shots or set the device to take an unlimited number of photos. It also has a 40line back-lit LCD display to easily check the status of the timer and exposure functions as you shoot. Using the LCD remote shutter, you can expect clear, blur-free capture of all your images. Compatible with these digital Nikon SLR models: D90/D500, D7000, D3100
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