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Celestron UpClose G2 10×50 Porro Binocular 71256 : Camera &a 45 of 47 people found the following review helpfulVery good binoculars for such a low price By John on December 22, 2013Style Name: UpClose G2 10×50 -Porro Verified Purchase First of all, people need to understand: When ordering binoculars online, especially ones in this range, you are taking the chance you will get a bad pair. Between the factory and the shipping to your door, there’s a chance the pair you get WILL BE OUT OF COLLIMATION. This means you will see double and never get a merged focused image. In other words, they’ll be useless. If you read through reviews that’s the main complaint people have and they conclude the binoculars “just suck”. However, it seems the number of bad are outweighed by the number of good ones people received. And Amazon is really good at returns and exchanges, so you really just stand to lose time and convenience having to make the return if they are out of collimation. Having said that…Since my main use is for stargazing I already had gotten the 15×70 SkyMaster, which is also an excellent pair for the price. But because of their size, for hand-held use they can be difficult to use. I can manage pretty well, but my wife definitely had a harder time, so I took a chance with these. Having taken the collimation gamble with the SkyMasters and being a pessimist, I wasn’t expecting my luck to be good twice in a row. But these also arrived in collimation and focused just fine. After the relief of that, the second thing I noticed was how much easier they were to hold, and therefore, how much better and stable the image was. Using them at night was just as easy. Between their size and lower magnification I was able to focus in on objects a lot easier than with the SkyMasters. My wife also found them MUCH easier to use. The image is not as close or as bright, but for hand held use the stability of the smaller one wins.Read more › (window.AmazonUIPageJS ? AmazonUIPageJS : P).load.js(’’); P.when(”jQuery”).execute(function(jQuery) { P.when(”reviewsLightbox-js”).execute(function() { var reviewImageGallery = new ReviewGallery(”R21OW71E1HIVDN_gallery

BenQ MH680 1080P DLP 3D Projector: Camera & Photo 9 of 9 people found the following review helpfulHandshakes a problem but awesome projector . By Dan Balmer D. Lighting Inc. on November 16, 2014 Verified Purchase Really a great projector but does not appear to be HDCP compatible. For home theater purposes, it didn’t handshake with a receiver’ s. Main HDMI output. It worked wonderfully with individual HDMI feeds plugged into it, has a great picture, bright clean, and the speakers even were loud enogh for covering a small room well. Contacted Benq and Pioneer about the issues. Both said it was a fluke and Benq suggested an MH 630, which I have swapped to try. Hopefully will handle this. 5 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 5 of 5 people found the following review helpfulAmazing Clarity for the price!!! By Zach on September 16, 2014 We purchased this to use indoors on a home theater screen, it is AMAZING the picture quality is absolutely stunning. It is comparable to a night out at a HD Movietheater but without spending $20 a ticket. It has connections on the back so you can hook it up to external speakers. It has multiple input and output jacks for almost any medium. This product is amazing for indoors and awesome for outdoor use as well. We set up a outdoor screen about 10 feet long by 4 feet wide and this little monster projected a clear HD picture onto the screen. Would buy again and again. Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 4 of 5 people found the following review helpfulGreat projector, wireless option could be better By AJ on July 17, 2014 Verified Purchase The best projector in Hd for the money. Awesome picture and great features. Only one complaint. The wireless capabilities, is not quite as easy as made out to be. You have to purchase a benq specific wireless dong

Samsung 32GB EVO Class 10 SDHC up to 48MB/s (MB-SP32D/AM): 19 of 20 people found the following review helpfulActual speed test results and what they mean for cameras and other devices By Sanpete on July 25, 2014Size: 32 GB Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What’s this? ) To answer a frequent question, this card will work in your camera or other device if it accepts SDHC cards (not the same as microSDHC). Just google the model name of your device with “sdhc” to check. Make sure you get a size your device can use.This is a review of the 32-GB card. Speeds are often different for different sizes of the same card. There are numerous speeds that matter for an SD card. I’ll cover how various speeds of this card stack up for use in cameras and other devices too.Digital cameras: photosFor digital cameras, still or video, the card speed that matters most for shooting is the *sequential write* speed, which is how fast your images can be transferred from the camera to the card. It’s usually *not* the first figure cards give for speed, and Samsung doesn’t give any specific figure for it for this card.This card actually tests at from 15 to over 35 MB/s (megabytes per second) for sequential writes. (See below on where I get these numbers.)That’s a lot faster than the 10 MB/s this card’s Class 10 and UHS Class 1 speed ratings require, which may be what Samsung means when they say it writes “twice as fast as conventional SD cards.” It isn’t fast enough to write “up to 360 photos (8 MB) per minute,” as Samsung also claims, though. (That would require a 48 MB/s *write* speed, which Samsung doesn’t claim for this card.)Your camera manual, or online camera info, should say what speed you need, probably in terms of a speed class (see more on speed classes below). In theory you can figure out how fast your card needs to be for maximum shooting speed by multiplying how many shots per second your camera can take by the file size (in MB, not MP) of the photos. For example, if your camera can shoot 2.Read more › Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 14 of 15 people found the following review helpfulI’m really torn… By

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