Voltaic Systems Blog – Solar DIY and Device Charging We’ve been working with a company called Cam-Do on how to power a GoPro camera for extended timelapse photography projects where battery life is a limiting factor. Our setup is now being used out on Jamaica Bay to monitor horshoe crabs, more pictures to come. Here’s what’s in the Kit and its purpose: - Waterproof Enclosure (made by Cam-Do) keeps the GoPro and Voltaic battery Dry - Scheduler (made by Cam-Do) turns the GoPro on and off based on a programmable schedule - 3.4 Watt Solar Panel (made by Voltaic) charges the Voltaic battery - V15 USB Battery (made by Voltaic) stores power from the panel and charges the GoPro We’re pretty pleased with how it turns out, but give yourself a week or two to setup and test the system so that you’re happy with the way everything fits together. Three important tips to making sure it works well.
Using the Crowd as an Innovation Partner Photography: Michele Sereni Artwork: Jacob Hashimoto, The Other Sun, 2012, acrylic, paper, thread, bamboo, Ronchini Gallery, London To answer the most vexing innovation and research questions, crowds are becoming the partner of choice. Apple has turned to large numbers of users and developers distributed around the world to propel its growth by creating apps and podcasts that enhance its products. Biologists at the University of Washington used crowds of external contributors to map the structure of an AIDS-related virus that had stumped academic and industry experts for more than 15 years. FocusMaker DSLR Focusing Tool FM01 B&H Photo Video International Pricing Disclaimer Our price and the price displayed on the Comparison Shopping Site may not always match due to fluctuation in exchange rates. Please note: We do not guarantee the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of the foreign currencies information.
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Best lenses for GH4 Hi, I'm getting ready to purchase a GH4. I will be using it primarily for directing and producing my own horror and comedy films, but I also need a nice stills lens to take photos of the vintage dirtbikes and parts that i sell online and for pics of my family and such. I am a learning about the different features of cameras and lenses, but I am buying a camera next week so I would like to get some quick advice from some more knowledgeable folk before I make a purchase. Based on what I will be using the camera for, can anyone tell me how I would achieve a 35 or super 35 equivalent with and without a metabones speedbooster? Should I get one? I plan to buy the speedbooster when they release one that is optimized for the GH4, so I hope that one of the lenses I buy now will still be capable of 35 mm with the booster.
Rewards The contest is over! And the winners are… Winners of the 2014 Dronestagram Photo Contest have finally been selected! Picking winners was a very difficult task especially because of the great quality of the photos that have been submitted. We tried to reward the photos that show the best the fantastic potential offered by drones in terms of image. It’s been an amazing first edition with many photos entered from everywhere in the world. Silencer Lite - Trigger Controlled Follow Focus With most follow focus systems on the market, you run into a few problems: You can't pull focus without taking your hands off the entire rig which loses stability, or you can't focus on your own. That's why we created the Silencer. Silencer Lite is a kit for students and low budget filmmakers, and it's the only follow focus controlled by a trigger, which means you can keep your hands on the rig and pull focus on your own. Virtually silent, it offers both true Run & Gun capability and cinematic focus movement to add more production value to your projects. The Lite system offers half the level of pressure sensitivity as compared to the Pro version, but still gives entry level filmmakers the same perks of the Silencer System. Included:
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New Product Post-Quadcopter Kit and 6 Channel Radio Set We’ve been posting a lot of progress messages on ELF drone, and you can expect beta prototypes very soon. Be proactive to join us for the first testers on the arrival of the beta. We have truly limited seated~