So you just got a new iPad 2, thrilled about being able to edit HD video in iMovie on the go. Given that the iPad 2 cannot shoot HD video, you find yourself shooting on the iPhone 4, and then transferring the footage to the iPad for editing. There are other options though… Many point-and-shoot … Read moreGetting Motion JPEG video into iOS iMovie right on your device!
Just got my hands on the brand new Samsung WP10, a camera almost too good to believe if you look at the specs. Slim and light weight, 12 megapixels, 5x optical zoom, 720p HD movie recording, and water proof to 3 meters depth. All for the low list price of $199 (and considerably less if … Read moreQuick review of the Samsung WP10 water proof compact camera
Spending the weekend in Oslo with the lady 🙂 Posted via email from Andreas Tellefsen @ posterous
This could’ve been a short blurb on Twitter, instead I turn it into a rather lenghty blogpost of rants. Call it my sunglass saga if you will. So three weeks ago, I decided to get some sunglasses for the summer. Because I wear glasses all the time already, I needed prescription sunglasses (and kinda special … Read moreSetting the mood…
So in case you wondered what exactly was in that bag from Amazon, here is a quick rundown: The first is The Digital Photography Book by Scott Kelby, no doubt one of my favorite tech writers. Given that I just got my first SLR camera, I wanted to get some expert advice, without feeling that … Read moreOn Packaging – Part 3
You probably knew this was coming, given that there was a Part 1. And guess what? More bags! I recently ordered a few books from Amazon, and being an international customer, I was expecting a long wait. Amazon claims it can take up to five weeks for delivery, and per previous experience, that usually turns … Read moreOn Packaging – Part 2
So I was downtown today to pick up a couple things, and with all the talk about being green these days, I wouldn’t have been surprised if I was handed paper bags in one of the many stores, instead of plastic. But I was not prepared for what I got. TINY paper bags. In fact, … Read moreOn Packaging – Part 1
So I was running Firefox (3.0.5) happily, but then one day, I started getting the beachball every few minutes, lasting a few seconds at a time. I noticed the CPU usage went up to 100% during these peaks. I still have no solid clue as to what caused it, or why it suddenly started. I … Read moreHow I Sped Up Firefox
As a Mac user, one of the things I have to watch out for when buying new peripherals is whether or not the manufacturer has adequate support for my platform. Sure they might claim whatever on the packaging, but as soon as a new OS update is out, the device might stop working and no … Read moreWould you like a sonata with that scan?
Following this I thought I should post a few more pics here on the blog. Hopefully the new toy will provide even more content in the future! D60 kit + SB-400 kit Unpacking the flash. Were all these boxes really necessary? Also, the packaging is very un-Appleish 😛 Notice how the SB-400 wasn’t JUST the … Read moreD60