PhotoGeek Week 99 The Bradman average

After a 3 week gap we finally get to the 99th show and catch up on all the news.

Hosts include Phil Greenwood, Cameron Stephen, and James Bellew.

Getting large images to clients can be solved by Yousendit,  Mobile Me or Sync your files online and across computers with Dropbox.


SSD drive at 3.5 inch for computers like the MacPro made by Pliant Technology can read at 500 megabytes per second.

CS2, CS3 whatever, they seem to work fine for us under Snow Leopard OS X 10.6.

Applications we have found that need Rosetta installation under OS X 10.6 include Office 2008 and Digidesign Core drivers.

As Final Cut Studio and Logic Studio get an update we wait for an update to Aperture.

Snow Leopard advantages include fast boot and shutdown, screen sharing seems a lot better, Stacks and Spaces get more useful.

Hassle @Telstra on Twitter to mention iPhone and Tethering.

Telstra shares climb following a Government enforced split of wholesale and retail businesses.

AppleTV price drop and perhaps a new model is due.


Carl Ziess release an 18mm f3.5 Distagon for the Canon EF mount that may be a key to landscape and architectural photography. Calculated to be $1700 odd dollars AU.

Canon release the 7D a few weeks ago and we wonder who may prefer this body. 24p 25p Slow Mo and a bunch of improvements but we prefer the full frame sensor for video. WIFI and GPS however looks a great advantage and should be made available to the 5D Mk11.

Is 30fps the new 24fps. Hitler is upset.

Boinx TV and a two camera problem addressed by my multiple firewire cards

Logmein for the iPhone lets you operate a Mac from your iPhone.

Telstra launch AFL finals app with no live video..

The Flickr app goes online and we haven’t used it.

iPhone app and credit Card reader.

PhotoGeek Gadgets


Photograph of empty container ships off the coast of Singapore showing the signs of recession.

Camper bike.

Ben and James sail on a kite surf across Bass Strait.

HDR Darkroom worth keeping an eye on, give a beta test a go here.

Get a look at Woo Themes new theme “Object” for photographers.

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