Minggu, 16 Januari 2011

Reanimation - Lights & Motion

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This scope is extremely sharp through all ranges of the zoom lens which is 22x through 67x. You need a very sturdy tripod to use it, though, because of it's high magnification. With the PROPER NEUTRAL DENSITY FILTER I watched the transit of Venus on June 5. The tiny "finder" tube works, but do not use to aim at the sun! Use the shaddow. Focusing is easy and precise and the magnification allowed the image to fill most of the lens. A 500mm lens provides only a small image of the moon, but this scope fills the lens and you can make out lots of detail, even seening just the top of mountains that are hidden in deep shaddow. Attach a camera and get super photos.
Don't ever look at the sun direct or ever look through binoculars or telescope at the sun. If you do you won't ever see anything again, your eye will be burned to a cinder.!

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3 komentar:

  1. Jeffrey Peters14 Oktober 2010 10.32

    I REALLY like the style of music found on Linkin Park's Reanimation CD, but I do not know what style of music it is, or how to find more music like it. Any suggestions?

  2. Im a huge Linkin Park and I love how they had their own unique genre almost for hybrid theory, reanimation, and meteroa. But then minutes to midnight came out and that was PURE GARBAGE! they lost their unique style. Anyone know if their new album Thousand Suns are going to be the same as Minutes to Midnight? or are they going back to their good ways?

  3. Francis Cabrera13 November 2011 05.32

    A zombie is just a human corpse that has been reanimated. The definition of personification is the attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics to something nonhuman. A human corpse has lost certain human characteristics, such as walking, talking, and eating. A zombie, a reanimation of a corpse, regains these attributes and can walk, grunt, and eat. I was hoping to have some other opinions on this. There is a great debate on this subject right now on my Facebook page, and I would like a little more input now that I have had such a big reaction over Facebook.