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    alright.. thats it for the shirts everthings going out.
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    I honestly thought that Digital 7.1 Surround config was a good idea, on camera. Doing it in post is a lot more difficult.

    And 9-CCDs beats 1 CMOS anyday.

    And lazer-point focus was brilliant, too.

    And so was the built-in error code port.

    Hmph. Ha.


     

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    i like the 7.1 idea as well.. and it seems to make even more sense after we learned its gong modular.. so people could choose thier channels.. either 2 channes, 4 channels, 5 channels. or 7 channels. brilliant.
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    Yea, that would be great. I think this "miracle camera" should have every idea that was posted here.


     

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    Just noticed this thread today. Some great minds out there. I'm the in-house photog and video guy for Fujifilm USA and something caught my eye.

    I'd like to point out that Fuji digital cameras already use what's described as "Adaptive Sensitivity". It's really does work, but does it in a much simpler way than described in the earlier post. Fuji made a CCD that has both high sensitivity and low sensitivity image wells, all nestled next to each other. At exposure, both sets collect data at once, but at differing voltage levels. The digital processing algorithms just pick which set of data to use and seemlessly blend it all together. In this way, they can get about 2 stops more latitude than anyone else's digital camera. I traded emails with Jim J. about this a few months ago, and they were aware of this. If you want to see it in action, go to a dealer and have them show you an S3 Pro camera.


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land
    ha ha thats what you get for moving congratts.

    by the way.. you guys probally are wondering what the shirts look like, here they are:
    LOL! I like how you guys threw in the pineapple in there. Oh and by the way congrats to the winners!


     

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