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Posts Tagged ‘stick’

iPhone Camera Upgrade

Written by • Feb 22nd, 2010 • Category: Others
For those who own the iPhone and ever wished that the camera can be better … now there is a solution. You can now mount your DSLR lenses on the iPhone. Cool ain’t it? Imagine having a cool white Canon L lens on your iPhone! Here are some photos of how the setup looks like … Madness ain’t it? 😀 He calls it the ‘Phone-O-Scope’. For more info about this ‘invention’ … check out [this link]. Don’t ask me if I’ll be trying this. I do not own an iPhone.… >> read more


Go For Gold

Written by • Dec 19th, 2009 • Category: Toys
After seeing some of those ‘skins’ available for the Olympus E-P1, I wasn’t really impressed with any of those. They have those ‘leather’ skins (black ones seem to go well with the silver E-P1 though) and some have those ‘wooden’ pattern on them. The one that made me went ‘wow’ was one I saw today from a company in Korea called Gariz. They have this ‘metal sticker’ that’s gold in color and has some neat graphics on then. That company seems to make other stickers for other cameras and gadgets… >> read more


Extracting The Film Leader

Written by • Dec 19th, 2009 • Category: Others
Quite often I’ve been asked how do we extract the film leader from the canister … in order for the roll to be reloaded into another camera for the 2nd exposure. To be honest … in the past … I used to get the guy at the lab to help me do so. I thought that was the only way to do it until I met a very helpful camera seller who demonstrated how it can be done with just a short strip of film and double-sided tapes. I immediately… >> read more