Port Of Houston – Time Laps

6 May 2009  No Comments

This is a really nice time laps video. THe camera is fastened to the railing of the ship while it was moving through the Port of Houston in TX.

The video was made from over 2000 images, the trip of 3 1/2 hours is squeezed to just over 3 mins. The camera was set to take pictures at 6 seconds interval.

My Shooting Package

22 Apr 2009  No Comments


I misplaced my point and shoot camera some time ago, i had my DSLR the alpha 350. But still needed a compact point and shoot.

So I got the T900 witch was just released and a GPS companion for the camera.

I’ve been using it for over a week now, and think that it takes pretty good stills, haven’t tried it in low light conditions yet. It shoots 720P video it was nice in bright places but awful if the dark.

the GPS unit has a built in card reader, just switch it on, go on your road trip and start taking pictures. then simply insert the card in the unit and hit sync. That’s geotagging.

The GPS unit reads the time stamp on the pictures and matches them to your location on the unit from the log. its that simple.

I’m using iPhoto witch can read GPS EXIF in your photos, and plot your images on google maps.



I Think it a pretty nice combination all around, The camera and GPS unit are overpriced but hey thats Sony for you. And I would have loved them to be integrated but there isn’t a good option out there yet.

Camera:  ★★★★★★★★☆☆ 

GPS Unit:  ★★★★★★★★½☆ 

My New Camera

10 Apr 2008  No Comments


I was planning to get me a DSLR for some time now but had no idea where to start. After reading a few reviews I knew I had a winner with the Sony A350. It has a tiltable 2.7" Live-view screen and the resolution is 14.2 MP.

I got it with the 18-70mm f3.5-5.6 Standard zoom lens for $900. So pictures from now on will be taken from this baby.


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