PhotoGeek Week#56

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This episode of PhotoGeek’s weekly audio podcast was recorded once again in the offices of Big Trousers.
More news on the iPhone and a fair bit of bad humor.
Hosts include Phil Greenwood, Cameron Tandy, Jay Town and James Bellew.

Telstra sue Optus, Optus misleads the public with new I-phone claiming the 900 megahertz network optus uses wont work with the new iPhone.

Sony Ericson C9058 camera-phone, an 8 megapixel camera phone which images can blow up to A-3 according to Sony. Nokia’s latest model equipped with only a 5 megapixel camera.

Mac article missing features within the iPhone inc. Flash, 8 megapixel camera and point to point navigation which must be bought separately.

Web based video provided by FlixWagon. Images sent to there server converting your photo’s into video’s online Unfortunately, with only 10fps.

Mobile visual search provided by Kooaba, enables you to send pictures of an image which is then used to find the image on the internet which is related to the most potential search results.

Hulu allows you to view movies, clips and T.V shows ahead of Australian viewing from America. Using Anchor Free. Now rumored to be brought to Australia free and legal.

Funambool as a competitor for Mobile Me.

Macbook pro riddled with problems including; Banding, wont wake up from sleep, airport problems (including dropouts).

Medigenic keyboard designed to cut infection are sent to NHS worth more than 1 million pounds.

Firefox 3 has a slick new design that mimics safari but, with increased speed.

Leica M8 field test.

PhotoGeek Gadgets

SATA CF and IDE USB device.
Cat5 Dog lead.
Retro BlueTooth handset
Cleanable Keyboard.
Bad writable cameras.

UK Press Association buy infection resistant keyboards

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

  1. Hey guys … another outstanding show. Watch the language, eh … there’s kiddies listening … 😉

    How’s everyone going with “Pick That Shutter”???? Where can I get one of those Hitachi DS18EVB cameras?? They sound cool ….

  2. I think we have broken new ground with our offensive efforts this week.
    I think Cam has broken the pack wide open…
    Thanks for the interest and I reckon that Hitachi would have some frame rate as it has one helluva battery.

  3. Didn’t mind the language! Laughed a looong time with the SB800 story… I *knew* i did not know what I was doing with mine so I read the manual and have had nothing but great performance… Shows – sometime you know too much!

    More seriously – if you guys have Nikon reps that are still talking to you… Is it likely that firmware feature requests would be ever taken seriously? It would be great if the D3 was tweaked in few areas…
    1 – adjustable delay (not just 1 sec) shutter release
    2 – trigger a bracket within MLU with single release after mirror lift at a max frame rate (or even better chosen) frame rate…
    3 – optionally trigger a bracket with shitter delay release

    Seeing your reputions must be riding high in Nikon land, surely these things will be a doddle!!!

    keep up the good work..

    Rod

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