Category: Equipment (Page 1 of 8)
The H1 can record as wav or mp3. Excellent as a stand alone recorder or in conjunction with a lavalier (lapel) microphone. The tripod mount on the back allows for it to be used with a GorillaPod (mini tripod) to elevate it off the table.
- 16GB microSD card
- 1Full (based on indicator) AA battery
- miniUSB to USB cable
- microSD card adapter
- Olympus WMA audio recorder
- Olympus WMA or MP3 audio recorder
Here are a couple the basic operations of the device to access the entire manual click here.
Today, our two new Canon lenses, 24 and 35mm respectively, arrived. Both lenses are lightweight full-frame f/2.8 professional ultra-wide zoom for all 35mm auto focus cameras. These lenses are especially efficient in getting a good depth of field. These easy-to-use lenses can go with any of the cameras we have available at the Dickinson College Media Center, including the DSLRs. Remember, you can rent out a wide variety of equipment from the Media Center quickly and for free.
Ever needed to capture a rapidly moving shot while trying to keep your camera level and steady? Your solution is here. The glidecam allows you to put a SDHC, 3MOS, etc. on top of the mount and use it to keep a steady shot while you move. This is invaluable for shots where you need to move in patterns a dolly won’t allow while keeping a similar quality of shot.
Ever wanted to photograph a known hotspot for wildlife but were having trouble getting shots without scaring everything off as you approached to get your shot? Or perhaps just wanted to do an easy self portrait with a DSLR? The new Vello Wireless Remote makes these exact kinds of tasks possible. Not only does it allow you to take a shake-free shot that blurs certain close-ups, macro shots, or long exposure shots, but it also allows you to get shots that normally would be impossible (i.e. getting certain “genuine” shots in street/people photography that would be tainted with “live” photography as they inevitably altered their facial expression with a photographer in front of them).