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You know all those things you could hide from video in the dark? Now you cannot.

The video camera--a Sony A7--could take video at the equivalent of about ISO 400,000 and might be extendable to a maximum ISO of 4 M. Most of the video (after the sun sets) uses a setting at about ISO 80,000.
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DEyncourt posted:
You know all those things you could hide from video in the dark? Now you cannot.

The video camera--a Sony A7--could take video at the equivalent of about ISO 400,000 and might be extendable to a maximum ISO of 4 M. Most of the video (after the sun sets) uses a setting at about ISO 80,000.


I thought that was a Canon camera.
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DEyncourt posted:
You know all those things you could hide from video in the dark? Now you cannot.

The video camera--a Sony A7--could take video at the equivalent of about ISO 400,000 and might be extendable to a maximum ISO of 4 M. Most of the video (after the sun sets) uses a setting at about ISO 80,000.


I thought that was a Canon camera.

Well, the video's maker used a Sony A7. I guess this just means that neither company has a patent for this tech used in cameras.
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A bunch of episodes of Car 54 Where Are You are on Youtube now.

Fred Gwynne could sing, man.
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MAMA

edit: this was a video of a mother trying to get her baby to speak with some scrambled eggs as a reward. Family dog wanted some, too and beat the kid in saying "mama". Guess it drew some unkind comments after it was featured in the article I read about it. It's now view by invite only. Too bad, it was pretty good.

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If you are at work or around kids, put on headphones

fiddlesticks you in the ass (commercial)
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Eagle takes out drone in mid-flight. The operator says that the eagle was OK after the encounter (although the drone needed some repairs).
Watch a musician make those eerie "movie music" sounds on various waterphones.

Yeah, this video was the first time I've ever read about waterphones, much less heard one.
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DEyncourt posted:
That's not even vulgar.

A three year old could probably watch that ad without any problem.
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DEyncourt posted:
That's not even vulgar.

A three year old could probably watch that ad without any problem.

Sure, but that isn't what the "panty-wadders" were complaining about.

I imagine that this falls under general trademark protection where companies--like, say, Xerox--complain about a sitcom character saying things like "I xeroxed it" instead of "I photocopied it" to avoid the "generification" of brands (like aspirin which Bayer once had as a brandname for their pills).

On the other hand, I can also imagine those makers of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese saying: "Wait...we're paying YOU to do WHAT?"
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ukimalefu posted:

Um, really?

'Cause whenever those Taiwan "news" animators get ahold a story like this, the one thing I look for is the beauty and subtlety of their language.... :P :lol:
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That's not even vulgar.

A three year old could probably watch that ad without any problem.

Sure, but that isn't what the "panty-wadders" were complaining about.

I imagine that this falls under general trademark protection where companies--like, say, Xerox--complain about a sitcom character saying things like "I xeroxed it" instead of "I photocopied it" to avoid the "generification" of brands (like aspirin which Bayer once had as a brandname for their pills).

On the other hand, I can also imagine those makers of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese saying: "Wait...we're paying YOU to do WHAT?"
Parmigiano Reggiano cheese isn't made by a single company. It's made by a bunch of different dairies. The consortium just certifies that the cheese is parmigiano reggiano.

It's not a trademark. It's a PDO(Protected Designation of Origin).

I doubt that this "lawsuit" actually happens. It's ridiculous.
Young woman gets a broken leg when one of the cables in her "reverse bungee" ride snapped.

The other person in the ride was uninjured.

NOTE: the video is NOT gross in that it shows NOTHING of the injury, just the incident that caused it.
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DEyncourt posted:

Tubular Bells basically always included the major version of Exorcist theme.

Just a reminder: turning Tales From the Crypt from minor to major gives you The Simpsons.
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"Crazy Engineering: Gecko Gripper" from JPL. Basically using material science to make "unsticky" removable adhesives for use in space.
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