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PICS Certified = exhaustively tested.

“PICS certified” signifies a standard of quality that meets or exceeds the original manufacturer’s standards. That’s why we back all of our pre-owned and used equipment with our advanced replacement warranty. 309 more words


ISO Registration: Improving Product Quality and Business’s Reputation

“A business can create and implement its own operation and management standards. However, these standards may not be aligned with existing laws governing business systems. It will help to get accreditation from recognized standards-creating bodies like ISO. 85 more words

Celebrate! A great shot

Knowing what’s going to happen before it happens is always a plus for a photographer. While covering the commencement ceremony at the high school in town, I was aware that at a certain time during the ceremony, the graduates would be throwing their mortar board caps in the air. 146 more words


From DPS - How to Master Your DLSR in One Afternoon

Digital Photography School has another great article for beginners, this one gives an introduction to

Shutter Speed

These are the three components that determine how much light gets into your camera, and discusses each component’s effect on other factors such as focus area, noise, and focus, with good examples.

Read it here


ISO 9001 and Quality: Turning the Tables on Current Business Doctrine

“Turning the Tables

Compliance with global standards will definitely involve a hefty investment, not just prior to the certification process but also until the next ISO 9001 certification. 81 more words

Astrophotography: Star Trails

Star trails are a must do, during any astrophotography session. They are perhaps some of the easiest shots to obtain. Simply point your camera towards Polaris (the north star), set your ISO as low as you can go (usually ISO-100) and open your shutter for as long as you can – the longer the better. 94 more words

Canon 5d Mark III

write linux iso to flashdisk using linux terminal

1. Find what the drive is called

You’ll need to know what the drive is called to mount it. To do that fire off:

sudo fdisk -l
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