Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
Nice, what camera?
Canon Rebel t2i/550D, It's not about the camera though, you could be able to get the same results with a cheapo point and shoot or a decent cell phone.
Well not quite the same result but I do agree.
similar shot with my cell.
An Aussi with a gun? I thought they outlawed that
And to think I use a hammer.
My last purchases to complete my main rig:
Thermaltake Level 10M mouse
Coolermaster Storm Trigger mech KB
Just grabbed a new camera today so here is the first up close image
Nice shot dude
What did you get?
Well it's an Olympus 815UZ. It's not real special by any means but it takes better pics in low light then my P80 and I got a great price at BestBuy of all places. It was only $149 so I figure it's worth a gamble.
ATI 9600 Pro
Very nice close ups indeed.
Do you use manual focus or do you set it to auto and let the camera do the work?
Try using multi-shot, long expusure and low ISO and see if you can get better less grainy macro shots. for example, my quick try on the MVF to demonstrate
The options available are pretty limited which is why the price was as low as it was. My Nikon P80 has far more options available.
Close ups make for good viewing ideas.
Heres some hardware pr0n
These are from my build log.
this thread makes my VM lag XD
when i take photos, i point my iPhone (yeah i know) at them and click the button. pro photographer here.
look at this high resolution detailed photography: LOOK AT IT
take two from further away. camera seems to like it better.
Nice! I had a Turtle Beach Montego DDL card based on the same CMedia chipset. It was a popular softmod to just use the Xplosion DTS drivers since they were pretty much all around "better".
I guess I should post some hardware closeups if I'm going to make a post.
ATi Radeon HD 2900 XT and Radeon 9800 Pro AIW
That would be a nice card to crunch with.
Well if you can point both the advantages and disadvantages of crunching, ofcourse the pro's will be outweighing the cons I presume, then maybe it's something I may do, I see enough of it around on TPU so I figure why not?
The upsides are contributing to a worthy cause, pride in yourself and your team, sometimes an ego boost and always friendly competition. The downsides are heat and noise (both depending on your cooling but I think that stock cooler should do nicely), and added electricity cost, depending on your situation.
These guys can tell you a lot more than I can:
And here's how to make your GPU do all the work:
Sexy? You be the judge
(Yes, I know, a non-modular 650w PSU in an ITX case is not a good idea)
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