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This episode of PhotoGeek’s weekly audio podcast was recorded once again in the offices of Big Trousers.
James rushes in late and sits down at the mic as we tackle Telstra and Canon problems.
Hosts include Phil Greenwood, Cameron Tandy from the Herald Sun and James Bellew from BeeTV.
Telstra muck us around on the phone and Canon continue the 1D Mk111 saga with rumors of yet another fix.
Apple release Aperture 2, a totally rebuilt application that now is a lot quicker to edit RAW, tethered shooting, background export, DNG support and an API for image editing plugins. Thanks to Aperture Professional for the review.
Drobo gets some bad reviews and we discuss the network requirements of Big Trousers. We decide on the Netgear Ready NAS unit for better speed and X Raid technolgy.
Cameron mentions Tiversity, an application that re-encodes video on the fly from DivX to Windows media for playback on a device that includes XBox360.
Blue Ray wins as Netflix phase out HD DVD.
Photo Credit : Henry Posner
The 1200mm Canon lens from B+H
Borrow my Pen from WorldWideFred.
Polaroid printer using Zink.
A wireless keyboard with trackpad.
The 4K LCD from Astro Systems.
LCD Scrub removes burned in images from LCD monitors.
Canon patent an interesting technology, to provide an imaging apparatus that makes it possible to protect the copyright of photographic images by reliably acquiring biological information of a photographer . . . –