Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Canon Reveals World's Smallest And Lightest Camera


World's smallest and the lightest ever single-lens-reflex ( SLR) camera is here courtesy Canon as they revealed EOS 6D just before Photokina 2012 trade show on cameras in Koln, Germany. Having a 35mm full-size CMOS image sensor the camera measures 144.5×110.5×71.2mm and main body (without any lens fitted) weights 680 grams only. The camera is a killer when it comes to taking high resolution clear pictures with its CMOS sensor having 20.2 million pixel count and Digig 5+ image processor. The camera also boast-off LAN capability and GPS function so that you can store data in the cloud, post pictures on SNSes, share pictures between two cameras, use with smartphones and much more.

When EOS 6D will be finally released it will come preloaded with an application called EOS Remote which enables you to display image taken by the camera on screen of smartphone and also use your smartphone to remotely operate the camera.

Incredible Swarms Of Fish




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The shores of Acapulco's beaches were this weekend teeming with masses of fish packed so tightly they looked like an oil slick from above. Thousands of sardines, anchovies, stripped bass and mackerel surged along the coast of the Mexican resort in an event believed to be linked to the devastating Japanese tsunami. Delighted fishermen rushed out in wooden motor boats, abandoning their rods and nets and simply scooping the fish up with buckets. There were about 20 or 30 fishermen and there were people who came with their kids to take advantage of it,' Carlos Morales said.  The fishermen attributed the strange phenomenon to the unusual currents unleashed by tsunami that followed the earthquake in Japan

Experts couldn't be sure. 'It would fall into that category where you would love to make the connection, but who knows?' said Rich Briggs, a geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey. 'Tsunamis can change local currents, but it's hard to make a firm connection.'


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