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GigaPan Epic imager released

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on January 30th, 2009

GigaPan Epic imager releasedBy now you’ve seen the giant 1,474 megapixel photo that was taken of the Inauguration using a Canon G10 and a GigaPan Imager. If you liked what you saw, and who didn’t, there’s good news. The company has launched the GigaPan Epic for commercial sale.

It works with most point-and-shoot cameras on the market, and creates a single photograph from many individual photos. For example, that inaugural photo was composed of 220 shots. The robotic mount attached to the camera makes the whole process automatic. The GigaPan Epic will cost you $379, while a GigaPan Epic 100 for larger point-and-shoot cameras is coming “soon.”

Handheld Thermal Imager for Predator hunting

Posted in Handheld Entertainmnet by Conner Flynn on May 22nd, 2008

Handheld Thermal Imager hunts for Predator
So the Predator is loose in your city, half your men are dead and it keeps making that eerie noise as it stalks you. Carl Weathers and Jesse Ventura were no help at all. Unfortunately, Predators have state of the art camoflage, so chances are, you won’t live very long to tell the tale…Unless you have something that can show you his heat source. Like this Handheld Thermal Imager for instance.

It combines a visible light digital image with an infrared one, producing a single view that lets you get an immediate visual temperature map of whatever you aim it at. It’s priced at about $7500. These thermal imagers are designed for heavy-duty industrial troubleshooting and safety applications, but there’s no reason you can’t use it to snag yourself a Predator before it detonates an atomic bomb from it’s wrist.