Nikon drops a new camera that is unreal. They seem to always know when to launch the latest product for the customer.
With the consumers select interest in mind Nikon has finally out did themselves with a DSLR camera at 16mp at 24-3000mm,
with 7 continues frames per second
“Yes I said 3000mm”
This means you can sit on a bench riverside like at a boardwalk and be able to take pictures across the river on the other side and still have content viewable within framing the shot
Also don’t let me forget you can video this in
4K UHD 3,840×2,160/ 30p
Full HD: 1920×1080/ 60p
Full HD: 1920×1080/ 30p
HD: 1280×720/ 60p
HD: 1280×720/ 30p
Warp time – 2x, 4x, 10x, 20x, and 30x
A/V Production Ready
Snapback zoom Button
RAW video, plus great creative modes
Built-in Wifi & Blutooth
Detail Video Links Below
This new video of a tested model that shoots up to 120MP
and plans to release a 240MP sensor also
Spec Sheet – if you don’t believe me…
Where Does Power Come From And Where Is It Going?
“Left, left, left right left.” A song we Americans know all to well. As soldiers fall in line, train, singing a song, making them synchronize with each other. They create a symbolism of unity that is far greater and more important then one man could do by himself in the military.
That unity helps build something that is more then just a march.
We don’t think about light much as millennials because from birth it’s always been there. Electricity lighting up every corner of the United States that if you drive now, it would take you a hour or more to get to a place where there is no electricity. No light to guide your way. Yet even then you probably have a flash light in your car or even a cell phone to help you out. Well now you might not need anything but your feet to light your way.
“My idea was a floor tile that would convert the kinetic energy from a footstep into electricity,” Laurence Kemball-Cook
Take a step, take two or three. Start walking by lighting the future
Pavegen is a storing device that converts kinetic energy into electricity to power devices of all types. By adding pressure to the device implanted in the ground. The Pavegen creates a pulse or energy that creates 7 watts of power. Simple enough. Now by adding multiple set points, say through a walk way or on the sidewalk in the park. You could use this technology to light up the way along the sidewalk as people walk by, pedipower.
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Take a look at some installations already being put to work…
People Powered Football Pitch
Simon Langton School
Terminal 3, Heathrow Airport
Renaissance Works Offices, London
West Ham Station, London 2012 Olympics
Shell, Rio de Janeiro
St. Omer Train Station
Federation Square, Melbourne
Bloomington School, USA
How many times a day do you look up at the sky?
Once…twice…three times…a lot…to much?
At one point or another we find ourselves staring at the sky. As if we have this spiritual connection to it. Over thousands of years the fascination never stopped. We observe it, study it, even dream about the mystical blue wonder. Yet most humans in history never had the chance to witness it first hand. To feel the breeze of air on your face. To see a cloud for what it truly is. Even touching it as you sit in the cockpit of a biplane. Why?
Does our obsession have to do with the fact that at we remain grounded on a daily basis?
Now that might change! With advances in modern techniques in UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle). Their has been a big push to find more applications for drones. Right now most drones are smaller then a cardboard box and can only fly for a limited amount of time. Other then the military types. But the thing that most of us don’t realize is we only fly it around in our backyards. This doesn’t put us in the sky and without VR headsets it’s only a extension of our site. But what if someone found a way to change that. To help you bring your childhood dream to life.
“I personally dreamed for this day to happen and I am excited to tell you that personal flight may soon be possible.” Meet Zapata Racing
Flyboard Air is an idea that every child has imagined, but till recently no one has been able to manifest into reality. It took advances in water hoverboard technology and UAV turbine technology to influence Zapata Racing to create something extraordinary. Although it’s still in the early stages of testing. Flyboard Air has already started to make strides in the hoverboard/jetpack industry.
Guinness Book World Record
which surpasses the old distances record of (905 ft 2 in) Link
Four 250-horsepower turbo engines
Jet A1 kerosene fueled
Up to 93mph (150km/h)
10 min autonomy
Recently, some companies are starting to take interest in Zapata’s technology. Implant Sciences being a big player, has already submitted a letter of intent. Meaning soon Zapata Racing could be purchased by the leader in machines for explosives detection. Link