Rabu, 01 Juni 2011

nikon d40 shots

nikon d40 shots. Nikon D40 Budget dSLR in the
  • Nikon D40 Budget dSLR in the

  • syrianos
    Sep 19, 04:46 PM
    I unplugged everything and that made it work.

    Network Cable
    USB devices (3)
    Firewire400 (1)
    Firewire800 (1)

    I didn't think to unplug them one at a time to control for where the problem was. Oh well. If your drives comes out and snaps back in right away without updating the firmware. Remove all devices before rebooting.

    are you running in raid as well?
    i'm starting to think that the raid is software and maybe the firmware update can't load since it probably runs before the software raid drivers are loaded for the 2 drives?
    any expert here?

    nikon d40 shots. Guide by nikon mp digital slr
  • Guide by nikon mp digital slr

  • Dreadnought
    Nov 14, 12:04 PM
    Are you interested in taking over the project? There is a position available! :D

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  • Here#39;s a few examples of shots

  • BRLawyer
    Mar 26, 04:53 PM
    ""They're going to see it all eventually so who cares how they get it." Which seemed to be about web content, said the tipster."

    How can that be interpreted about web content ? :confused:

    Exactly, Jobs was just talking about paparazzi taking pics of 'em. :D

    nikon d40 shots. Nikon D40 200mm 1/15s f13
  • Nikon D40 200mm 1/15s f13

  • mi5moav
    Sep 25, 10:41 AM
    All Apple software and hardware can be demoed for free at any Apple store. I have brought in cameras, printers, monitors, etc... and was allowed to test them and demo them before I purchased. It's an amazing place go visit sometime.


    nikon d40 shots. Nikon D40X Sample Photos @
  • Nikon D40X Sample Photos @

  • blacktape242
    Feb 18, 04:56 PM
    Or how about the lack of pictures? This had photo op written all over it, but we the taxpayer only get one picture? I think the number of pictures were limited due to Steve Jobs current condition.

    could be possible i suppose....who knows.

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  • nikon d40 shots. same scene with Nikon+d40; same scene with Nikon+d40. macbwizard. Mar 28, 02:26 PM. Good. I#39;m all in favor of Apple adding more incentives

  • TheMacBookPro
    Apr 27, 11:29 AM
    There have been many intel gpu based machine that had 1600x900 res displays, like the C2D Vaio Z or some of the offerings from Lenovo. I don't see why apple can't give such a res with to the 11.6in MBA with a 350nit display and wide color gamut. Then just add and SD card slot, make the usb ports 3.0 and a maybe even add a thunderbolt port and I'd be the first in line to get one.

    Core 2 Duo based VAIO Z's had an NVIDIA graphics chip for light gaming/HD videos/GPU intensive processes and the Intel graphics were only for basic processes like Word and internet surfing.

    In the Air you would be stuck with the Intel gfx doing everything as there is no space for a dedicated chip.


    nikon d40 shots. The Nikon D40x
  • The Nikon D40x

  • SeaFox
    Oct 27, 04:44 PM
    - No spam management
    - No full data set for the Address Book (still can't note bdays, etc.)
    - No iCal integration with a fully editable calendar

    Yup, I mirror those complaints. There is spam filtering, but I personally have no way to change the settings, I'd like to make them a little more restrictive. One thing I notice about the Address Book is the way it ranks phone numbers for display. This was a problem in the old Webmail as well.

    The new Address Book search in the mailbox window is cool, but when it displays the phone number, it only shows one of the phone numbers for the contact, and it doesn't let you choose which one. It ranks the numbers as 1. Mobile, 2. Home, and 3. Work. So if I want the work number to display for a contact, the only option is to not list a mobile or home number for them! Even worse, it doesn't tell you which one it's using, either. All them would need to do is add a faint (m), (h), or (w) notation like they do other places in Webmail.

    I'd also like to see screen real estate used a little better. The bar with "Feedback" "Prefrences" and the language is a waste, moving those to buttons on the main toolbar would be better, and I don't need the top with the Apple site tabs, or the links to the other .Mac areas, either. I tried to remove them with Firefox but I got a blank area at the bottom of the window the same size then, so I didn't gain any usuable space, also this removed the only Logout button on the page.

    I do really like the new webmail overall in the end. Much less clicking needed to get things done. But it does need some polishing.

    And the lack of a web-editable calendar function is just dumb. I sometimes think of just paying the $20 a year fee for Yahoo Mail Plus to get rid of the ads and transfer everything over ot that. Their calandar is a real must have for me. And I would get more reliable email service, but I want IMAP access.

    Edit: The bar separating the message list from the preview pane can be moved up and down, but the position is not remembered and resets after you log out or go to the address book.

    There's a "Get Mail" button. I hope I don't have to push that to check for new messages anymore. I would expect an webmail system using "the latest technologies" to have an AJAX interface and retrieve new messages periodically on it's own without having to reload the entire page.

    nikon d40 shots. Pictures of Nikon D40 Package
  • Pictures of Nikon D40 Package

  • gagebart
    Mar 13, 10:41 AM
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    I live in Arizona and we don't follow daylight savings time, but my phone jumped an hour ahead. I'm on AT&T btw


    nikon d40 shots. Still working on action shots
  • Still working on action shots

  • satcomer
    Apr 8, 10:37 PM
    The price at Sonco(US) today:

    nikon d40 shots. A Nikon D40.
  • A Nikon D40.

  • BC2009
    Apr 16, 02:42 PM
    I can't say I am a fan of Adobe Flash as I am a big supporter of an open web, but I must say that if cross-compiled apps are inferior then the customers in the app store will certainly vote with their dollars to favor the natively written apps.

    However, I can see Apple putting this new restriction in their license agreement so as to protect themselves in case the Adobe folks find some way to sneak things onto the iPhone via their cross-compiling tools. Apple is protecting their turf, but by error on the side of caution they set themselves up for bad PR even if they intend to be more lax in acting on those restrictions.

    Here is another example of that occurring.... certainly Apple is choosing to reserve the right to bend the rules where they see fit. But without the strict wording in the developer agreement they really wouldn't have a leg to stand on. They are doing the same with pornography by revoking/rejecting all those junk porn apps that polluted the app store while still allowing the "main stream" stuff from established publishers.

    On one hand, its Apple's store and if they don't want to pollute their shelves with garbage then I applaud them. However, somebody is going to cry foul since there is not another legitimate store for iPhone apps, and I wonder if this will eventually blow-up as some sort of new anti-trust thing.


    nikon d40 shots. Nikon D40, Nikon SB-400 flash,
  • Nikon D40, Nikon SB-400 flash,

  • Misplaced Mage
    Jun 22, 01:07 AM
    Are people overestimating Apple's motives? Could it perhaps not be a masterplan but just that the new motherboard, etc they are using just happens to have this component so it's been included? That could explain why it's hidden around the back. If being placed on the back is deliberate it could just be for aesthetics sake as ports on the front will look messy.

    Entirely possible. If you look at this picture of the new Mini's logic board (http://s1.guide-images.ifixit.net/igi/eBGMrGURJuJjcmlh.huge) from iFixIt's teardown, it looks like the logic board is just wide enough at the front (right side of the board) of the housing to have accommodated the SD card slot. But it looks like it would have been at the expense of either growing the housing so an inserted card sat flush with it, or having the card stick out significantly (and asymmetrically) from the rounded corner.

    I really don't get why people who come up with specs don't think ahead. When SD came out it has a 2GB limit. So they updated it, SDHC for a 32GB limit. Now they had to update it again, SDXC for a 2TB limit. They should have just designed the format to scale in the FIRST place.

    For example: CompactFlash came out in like 1994 and has scaled all the way up to like 137GB, when the first cards were under 1MB.

    Fair point. It could have been a cost-driven design decision to keep the cost of the driver silicon down, similar to those that drove the design of the original USB 1.0 specification.

    With regard to booting:
    I think a lot of people in here are also looking over the fact that the card reader is on the USB bus. Meaning the speeds you'd be limited to would be that of USB 2.0. Internal 5400rpm boot drive would still be faster.

    The card reader doesn't show up on the Mini's USB device tree in System Profiler, hence is not a USB device. The USB device tree lists every device that is currently enumerated on the bus.

    I believe its part of the ethernet controller chip.

    Correct. Looking at the BCM57765 block diagram, the SD card data is accessed via the PCI Express bus. The SMBus is several orders of magnitude too slow to handle 2.5GT/s, and is likely used for controlling the driver IC.

    nikon d40 shots. Amateur, Nikon d40 18-200
  • Amateur, Nikon d40 18-200

  • Thunderhawks
    Mar 25, 11:41 AM
    Not only that - but the fact that there is no film in a digital camera - Kodak is a "film emulsion" company. Professionals never bought Kodak cameras or lenses. There is no "film" in a digital camera. The most natural progression would have been for Kodak to make memory cards.

    Most of the R&D (and they did some great R&D in chemistry, materials and human image perception) were fundementally irrelevant to digital.

    The changes that Kodak would have needed to be relevant were so huge (fire 90% of staff, change the entire core business) that I don't think there was any way they could have been succesful.

    The successful camera companies today fall into one of two camps: 1. well established camera companies. 2. Consumer electronics companies.

    Afga (a film emulsion company): effectively dead.

    Fuji: very limited success (though they almost had their head above water for a while).

    Fuji is a very good tasting Apple. Hope they don't taste this good because they have emulsion in it:-)

    Didn't they join with tsu? and now make Fuji tsu scanners etc.


    nikon d40 shots. Nikon D40 SIgma 10-20 Test
  • Nikon D40 SIgma 10-20 Test

  • DiamondMac
    Apr 1, 10:41 AM
    Good for TWC for continuing to go on but with the channels allowing them.

    If the group of people want to stay out, let them stay out.

    I like several of the channels still be offered and I suspect TWC continuing to add more and more will eventually catch a nice niche if not much more.

    nikon d40 shots. Nikon D40 Back – The screen is
  • Nikon D40 Back – The screen is

  • iStudentUK
    Apr 13, 03:03 AM
    I didn't say it was wholly genetic, nor do the authors of the book to which I linked. However, to accept without question that we inherit a myriad of traits from our parents (hair color, eye color, height, predisposition to certain diseases, the list goes on) but discount intelligence from that group is foolish in the extreme.

    Of course intelligence has a genetic element, and not everyone is equal. However, your intellectual potential may be limited by your genes but you need the correct environment to achieve that potential.

    Is it that certain races have a lower intelligence? Or is it that certain races don't get the opportunity to achieve their potential due to their environment?

    The problem with IQ tests is they depend on culture and education, they are not perfect by any stretch of the imagination. I bet an IQ test of 10 year olds in down-town Bagdad would yield lower results to a test in a the suburbs of a US or European city. Clearly this is an extreme example, but it is hard to get a level playing field to assess intelligence in different people.


    nikon d40 shots. with a borrowed Nikon D40.
  • with a borrowed Nikon D40.

  • typecase
    Aug 14, 05:12 PM
    Speaking of parodies, this one's my favorite:


    One of my favorites too! :D

    nikon d40 shots. Nikon Imaging | Nikon D40X
  • Nikon Imaging | Nikon D40X

  • bwaltens
    Mar 11, 01:53 PM
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    Thy just handed out pizza and smart water at southlake!


    nikon d40 shots. Nikon D40 with Nikkor 18-55mm
  • Nikon D40 with Nikkor 18-55mm

  • Mattsasa
    Apr 5, 11:23 AM
    So Counsumerreports publishes that they can't recommend the iPhone 4 due to antenna. Then they later realized that they were dumb asses and the iPhone antenna issue is a non-issue. Now they can't just change their mind, that would make them look like an idiot, so they stayed stubborn saying the iPhone 4 had an antenna issue, because they were too stubborn to admit they were wrong.

    Now the iPad is out they are trying to prove to the media that they are not being biased against apple.

    However, the iPad 2 is the best tablet. That is just a no-brained

    nikon d40 shots. Nikon D40
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  • i3igsmooth5769
    Jan 6, 08:34 PM
    :( and i was looking forward to this.

    nikon d40 shots. nikon d40 shots. The D40 comes packaged with
  • nikon d40 shots. The D40 comes packaged with

  • definitive
    Apr 21, 12:58 PM
    maybe this was one of the phones that was shown in a video a few days ago? the phone was white, and had around 64gigs of storage with a modified version of ios...

    Mar 22, 10:21 AM
    ...that has a proper keyboard. A larger screen. A 160 or maybe 250 or even 500 gb hard drive. multiple USB ports, vga and maybe even HDMI. Can multitask, run the Office apps the business world actually uses, play any movie format including HD content, DIvx, H264 etc, browse the web with Safari. Or Firfox. Or Opera. With flash...that works.

    Compared to a 'Crappy' netbook, even the cheap iPad is very expensive.

    Valid points, honestly. But, what negates your argument is that:

    1. the netbook user experience is terrible. (come one, be honest... it is)
    2. proper keyboard? really? honestly, dude, we can debate this, but I guess it's a matter of opinion. Netbooks keyboards are too cramped up for me.
    3. larger screen? maybe by an inch or so. past that, it's no longer a netbook, it's a laptop.
    4. by the time you add a larger HDD, the price balloons to over $600/$700, no? at least that's what I've seen. at that point, you're out of the netbook price range and into laptops again.
    5. they all use Windows i.e. What good is a Ferrari body with all the bells and whistles if the engine is from a Hyundai

    Again, I guess it's a matter of opinion. I do acknowledge that you bring valid points, but it just seems like, at that point, you're talking about a laptop, not a netbook.

    And, again, they run Windows.

    Just my 2 cents.

    Apr 5, 10:35 AM
    Who cares what these idiots think? They would not recommend a phone which today has received 98% satisfaction among both AT&T & Verizon customers.

    Sep 20, 07:55 PM
    Now that SATA is working in XP, has anyone tried Vista RC1?

    i got vista going.. problem is the vid card isn't working properly
    althought i have yet to try the new firmware update

    Flying Llama
    May 24, 09:42 PM
    A quick question: what is the 21 I see right of "MacRumors.com - Team Folding"?

    A put up a few users and they too have the 21... :confused:

    Apr 1, 09:57 AM
    wonder if this is why direcTV never came out with this functionality. Generally they are ahead of the curve (TWC) with comes to actually providing value for the customers, to some degree.

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