Atlona Technologies soon to release new 11 Input Video Scaler w/ dual HDMI Output, the AT -LINE -PRO3
2009 Creative Storage Conference Announces Sessions on Content Distribution and Post Production Storage
The Brinno timelapse garden video camera comes attached to a stake, making it easy to mount anywhere in your garden, and the lens can focus as close as 20-inches away from your subject, or it can capture a 54-inch wide field of view to get everything in frame. It snaps a photo at one of six preset time intervals, anywhere from every 5 seconds to every 24 hours, and the stills are compiled into a single 1280◊1024 AVI file for watching on your computer. The camera's housing is weather-resistant, which means you can set it up and forget about it, and it has a built-in light sensor that turns the camera off at night to extend the battery life. The 2GB USB flash drive it uses can store around 18,000 photos, and on a single set of 4 x AA batteries the camera will run for about 4 months when shooting once every hour. Available here for $159.95.
McIntosh Limited Edition 60th Anniversary Classic System Features Updated Reissues Of Historic Audio Components
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