Showing posts with label camera. Show all posts
Showing posts with label camera. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Steady, Ready, Shoot, Gerber Steady

Gerber's, always has their hand on the pulse of what outdoorsman want, the Gerber Steady, allows you to connect your DLSR or point and shoot.

Built for the weekend adventurer, the Gerber Steady combines the utility of a multi-tool and the functionality of a camera tripod. It comes equipped with an adjustable cell phone and screw-in camera mount and two foldable legs that serve as a tripod. The rest of the tool is all Gerber ingenuity – a fine edge blade, a serrated blade, three screwdrivers, a bottle opener, pliers and wire cutters. Steady on down the trail.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

World Is Changing. Are We Ready!

Looking at the video you see many things and you might take a different opinion and stance at what is happening. One thing is for sure it is fascinating and wonderful, video and photography.

Chasing Ice Teaser Video from Extreme Ice Survey on Vimeo.

Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Catch you in the action: ATC9K HD All Terrain Video Action Camera

A simple to use, high definition helmet camera to bring to places you wouldn't dare bring your normal camcorder. Comes with numerous mounting options with more sold separately. Use it underwater or on land; it's tough and durable and records directly to a MicroSD card. Delivers full color video at 1080 x 720p HD resolution with 135 degree capture Field of View (FOV). Includes a built-in 1.5" LCD screen for playback and preview. Also includes our new G-Sensor that measures the varying G-force measurements during the activities being recorded. Track the extreme G-force levels and compare with friends!

  • HD 1080p Resolution (1920 x 1080)

  • 30 Frames per Second at 1080p mode

  • 60 Frames per Second at 720p mode

  • Includes Double-Sided Remote for easy access and Recording

  • 32GB Micro expandable memory - 32MB Internal Memory

  • G-Sensor

  • HDMI

  • 1.5" LCD Color Screen

  • Laser Pointer

  • 135 Degree Field of View (FOV)

  • Waterproof up to 20m

  • Shock Resistant up to 1.2m

  • Tuesday, October 27, 2009

    Spider Holster, New Way to Carry the Camera

    Get your DSLR from hip to hands in a flash and change the way you carry your camera and take photos with the Spider Camera Holster. Join the Spider Revolution!
    Convenient: The holster sits at you body's center which gives you instant access to your camera when you need it, and a great place to keep it when you don't.

    Durable: Pocket-sized and solid, the holster can take bumps and travels like a pro.

    Beautiful: With the Spider you'll have one less strap or bag to take with you, just a nice metallic shine (polish not included).

    Tuesday, July 28, 2009

    GoPro Goes HD Next Year.

    The more you do any sport the more you want to see what you are doing and how you are doing it, well GoPro is here to help and with HD. Now some will do it to post on YouTube some to see better form and some well to be safe. The more you ride on the road for training or commuting the more you want a record of what is going on around you. Cars not giving you the amount of room you deserver (3 feet) or truck buzzing you, at least when you go the the police and show them the video, crazy you won't be called.

    • Model Number: GHHW5170
    • Resolution: 5 megapixel (2592x1944) photo, 512x384 video
    • Sensor: CMOS
    • Video Format: MJPEG, 30 fps, saved as .AVI file
    • Optics: glass lens, f/2.8 aperture, with ultra-wide 170ยบ angle of view
    • Modes: video, standard photo, photo every 2 or 5 secs, 3x photo burst sequence, self timer, upside down photo/video flip
    • Exposure Control: auto
    • White Balance: auto
    • Self Timer: 10 seconds
    • Microphone: built-in with adjustable recording/input level
    • Audio Format: 8kHz, mono
    • Memory: 16 MB internal, expandable to 2GB with SD card (not included), expandable to 4GB with SDHC card (not included) via free software download from GoPro website—available soon
    • Capacity: 56 minutes video (incl. audio) or 1,945 photos with optional 2GB SD card. 1hr 52min video (incl. audio) with optional 4GB SDHC card—available soon
    • Power: 2x AAA batteries (not included), lithium batteries highly recommended. 3hrs. video recording with lithium, 2hrs. with NiMH
    • TV Out (with RCA cable): NTSC or PAL
    • PC Connection: USB + RCA combo cable
    • PC Compatibility: Windows ME, 2000, XP, and Vista; Mac OS X 10.2 and later
    • Waterproof: rated to 100 feet/30 meters
    • Dimensions: 1.75" x 2.30" x 1.25"/4.45cm x 5.84cm x 3.18cm (H x W x D)
    • Weight: 4.9 oz/139 g

    For a $190 you get great Christmas present and it is wireless.

    Tuesday, May 13, 2008

    RUSH, Action Camera

    Camera's, camera's everywhere and yet we have another one. The RUSH by Martin Ruegg hopes to better the odds of more people capturing stupid, sometimes useful footage. Hey for training and finding where you might be doing something wrong video camera's are great, still they are better for capturing going over the handlebars or even your Mate taking a dive.
    "An innovative sport camera for unlimited action during all kinds of sport. The camera is waterproof and has a shock-resistant body. The quintessence of RUSH is the multifunctional attachment tool, composed of three specific parts. In order to activate the camera in any situation, the trigger is placed at the finger and can be pressed with your thumb.
    The idea behind this design is to motivate people who enjoy sports to experiment. RUSH hopes to inspire users to experience the dynamics of sports from a unique perspective.
    A project by Martin Ruegg."