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Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ7 or DMC-ZS3 Unboxing

Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ7 or DMC-ZS3 Unboxing

Here is the unboxing picture of Panasonic DMC-TZ Compact Super Zoom Digital Camera. This is perhaps the best compact, pockatable super-zoom camera to date that can go up to a whopping 21.4x zoom (with extended optical zoom, digital zoom off).

http://www.electronicsinfoline.com/Top_Picks/Photography_and_Camera/panasonic_lumix_dmctz7_or_dmczs3_unboxing.shtml

Internet-controlled Swivel Webcam

Internet-controlled Swivel Webcam

The idea was to build a cheap, internet-controlled swivel base for a webcam without an analog to digital converter or any complicated logic circuitry.

http://kc0wys.homeunix.com/projects/electronics/04/index.html

Modifying a Canon 350d/Rebel XT by removing its infrared filter

Modifying a Canon 350d/Rebel XT by removing its infrared filter

Another one similar Canon mod. You’ll need a clean and well lightened work station, a small screwdrivers set, with both cross and plane tips; a fine tip solder, a knife and, very important, an arranging method for a lot of tiny, different length, thread pitch and diameter screws.

http://personales.ya.com/javier_laina/ARTICULOS/FILTRO/filtro350deng.html

Removal of Canon Digital Rebel (300D) IR Cut Filter for Astrophotography and Infrared Imaging

Removal of Canon Digital Rebel (300D) IR Cut Filter for Astrophotography and Infrared Imaging

I decided to replace the Canon IR cut filter with a clear glass window from Edmunds Scientific Optics. The window is coated on both sides and is close to the same thickness of the Canon filter. With the addition of a .1mm spacer, the focus of the modified camera is returned to that of the original and the camera Auto Focus works.

http://ghonis2.ho8.com/rebelmodnew.html

Replacing the Canon 350D's Internal IR-Block Filter with Clear Glass.

Replacing the Canon 350D's Internal IR-Block Filter with Clear Glass.

The new breed of digital SLR cameras from Canon are highly regarded for use in the somewhat demanding task of astronomical imaging. While they cannot go as deep as most of the dedicated, CCD-based astronomical imaging systems and are limited to 12-bit signal resolution, they can produce amazing results

http://astro.ai-software.com/articles/mod_350D/mod_350D.html

How to remove Canon A540 or A530 ir cut filter

How to remove Canon A540 or A530 ir cut filter

This tutorial will show you how to disassemble a Canon A540 or A530 to the sensor to remove the ir cut filter.

http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=251630

Repair Stuck Lens on Panasonic FZ5

Repair Stuck Lens on Panasonic FZ5

A commonly reported problem with the FZ5 is the lens becoming stuck in one position. This is because the cogs that drive it are made of plastic and the mounting for the lens motor is a bit flimsy.

http://www.instructables.com/id/E233WXW4UGEVYDVWN1/

Serial port based control cables for Canon DSLRs

Serial port based control cables for Canon DSLRs

Describes the construction and use of serial port based control cables for computerized long exposure control of Canon digital SLRs. The motivation behind the development of the control cables is in astronomical imaging of DSOs, where DSLR exposures are typically required in the 5 to 15 minute range.

http://www.beskeen.com/astro/SerialDSLRControl/SerialPortControlCables.html

What to do with your unused flatbed scanner

What to do with your unused flatbed scanner

You got yourself a brand new all-in-one scanner, printer, fax, copier machine, so what are you going to do with your old flatbed scanner. Well I will show you a couple of things you might just be brave enough to try, all with no or little cost, depending what you have lying around the house.

http://computerguru365.blogspot.com/2006/02/what-to-do-with-your-unused-flatbed.html

Canon EFS to EF lens modification

Canon EFS to EF lens modification

Shopping objectives to your digital SLR camera can be pretty expensive. Price and quality tend to go hand in hand when you are talking about optics and you do not want to use the low quality lenses on your expensive camera if you can avoid it. But what to do when you can not afford to buy that new L-class lense from Canon or the cheaper lines does not offer you that wide angle you want?

http://www.metku.net/index.html?path=mods/efs/index_eng


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