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Acoustic Authority iRhythms A-9900 Sound Cancelling Headphones Review

Posted on Tuesday, March 21 2006 @ 18:22:36 CET by LSDsmurf


It’s a bit of an over simplification, but broadly speaking digital still cameras and digital video cameras use the same basic technology. They both usually have a CCD image sensor, a compact but powerful zoom lens, electronic systems for autofocus, exposure metering and image processing, and both record the results onto a digital storage medium. In the case of video cameras this is usually digital video tape, while still cameras generally use removable flash memory cards.



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