PhotoGeek week #37

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This episode of PhotoGeek’s weekly audio podcast was recorded once again in the offices of Big Trousers.
After a short break we are all back together with the usual suspects.
Hosts include Phil Greenwood, Cameron Tandy from the Herald Sun, Jay Town also from The Herald Sun and James Bellew.

We talk about our beachside holidays and mention the new images online at philipgreenwood.com.au

MTAG pull the impending snap protest over increased truck traffic in the West due to a delay in Port Dredging.

Many releases of new cameras are discussed including the Nikon D60 and smaller, 6 in the Olympus range with inbuilt panorama mode and a new Lumix range from Panasonic.

Also a new incredibly small HD video camera from Panasonic, the HDC-SD9

We talk about HDR and how various cameras have an advantage over others. Photomatix control explained by Before The Coffee.

The Drobo now available in Australia from The Mac Doctors online.

We talk about back up and redundancy for photographic image.

The Eye Fi SD card that can upload while you shoot and can FTP to Flicker while you shoot.

Free WI FI in Australia is sadly lacking and WI FI enabled devices are largely ineffective in Australia.

The Star in Toronto have online a long video produced using 20,000 still images. We suggest FotoMagico may have been used to create this video.

Sony release details of a new 25 Megapixel sensor.

Mamiya to release ZD sensor filter for IR photography.

PhotoGeek Gadgets
iPhone zoom lens
160 Megapixel camera.
Samsung BP-U5500 Hybrid Blu and HD DVD Dual Player
An odd microphone

Jay picks up a Heil PR20 for future podcasts thanks to Jim Shryne from The DX Store

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The cheeseburger in a can.

Opening and closing music by Velvedene. We close this week with “Fear your Gods”
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