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No Operating system CD Drives Processor Memory Hard drive space Monitor Sizes and Speakers Warranty
Different optionsHigh end computerLow end computer ProcessorCore 2 quad 3.o GHzCore 2 duo 2.66 GHz Memory4 Gig2 Gig Hard Drive320 Gig160 Gig Monitor24” ultra sharp widescreenNone Cd-rom driveDVD- RWDVD + DVD-RW Price$1876.80$472.32 Warranty3 year Keyboard + mouseMultimedia keyboard + optical mouse Regular keyboard + optical mouse We can configure a custom computer for you depending on what your needs are.
What will the main use of the printer be? Is it for only a single computer? ▪ Will it be used daily, or less often? Will it be networked? ▪ If so, how many people will be using it? ▪ Will it be the default printer?
Will the printer be traveling with you? Do you want the capability to print in color? Do you want to print very detailed and high quality pictures? What other functions do you need the printer to do other than printing? What is your price range? What warranty would be best for you? The warranty and cost go hand in hand: we usually recommend a 3 year warranty
Once you have found out what your considerations are, you can start deciding what printer you need. The easiest way to match a printer to what you need is by looking at the specifications
What is the monthly printing cycle? Will the printer duplex pages (print on both sides)? What consumable parts does the computer use? Is the printer networkable? How many images are the print cartridges rated for?
Laser printers tend to have a much higher quality when printing They also have a lower cost of per page printing. Tend to be faster when printing pages Can handle a larger workload
Ink Jet printers Tend to cost much less than laser printers Some models are much more appropriate to travel with(depending on size and make) Cost more for per page printing Have smaller ink cartridges that hold less ink Multifunction printer are more affordable In most cases the best solution will be a laser printer due to the per page costs, quality, and print load.
A good option would be the HP Deskjet D1520 It’s very compact, there are not a lot of moving parts that can break, and it’s very inexpensive
LaserColor LaserHigh Print load HP P1006 HP CP1518ni Dell 2330dn Laser
Small work group Medium work group Large Workgroup (may not be suitable for all large workgroups) Hp Color LaserJet Dell color LaserJet Dell Color LaserJet CP2025dn 3130CN 5110cn
Less pricy consumer DSLRs are now seeing features that had been reserved for mid and upper-level DSLRs. 1080p video capture 720p video capture HD quality stills 15.1 Mp Compatible with 60 plus EF and EF-S optics
The Tilt-Shift lens has been used in architectural and portrait photography in the medium and large format film space The Tilt-Shift lens allows one to take a photograph of a building with out the keystone effect that a normal lens produces The Canon EOS has these more advanced lenses available
Canon Normal Tilt Shift TS-E 45mm f/2.8 Manual Focus Lens for EOS
Rebel T1i can shoot HD 1080p, has a 15.1 MP APS-C CMOS sensor that can be pushed as high as ISO 12,800. This is due in part to the DIDIC 4 image processor.
3” Clear View LCD with Live View The back has a nice lcd screen as well as the usual eyepiece. $899.95 at BH
ISO 100 – 3200 (expandable to 6400 and 12800) Shutter speeds 1/4000 – 30 sec, bulb Burst capability 3.4 fps continuous shooting Still images per GB: RAW: 50 JPEG: High res: 204, Low Res: 1,137 Video resolution 1920x108@20fps, 1280x720@30fps, 640x480@30fps Video Clip length: HD: 12 min, SD is 24 min or 4GB Audio is mono only with recording Outputs: USB 2.0 (mini-B), A/V out, HDMI (Type C) Battery: LP-E5 Rechargable Lithium-ion Battery
Bower 650-1300mm Telephoto lens Lens has a T mount, so can be used with any camera that a T mount adaptor is available. Reasonable price, limited in functionality.
Nikon D90 able to create HD 720p video Another camera that can capture in HD.
4288x2848 large resolution 3216x2136 medium resolution 2144x1424 small resolution HD 1280x720 @24 fps VGA 640x424@24 fps QVGA 320x216 @24 fps Clip length limited to 5 minutes 12.9 Mp CMOS sensor with dust-reduction system Nikon F mount with AF coupling and AF contacts.
9.1 Mp Super Exmore CMOS Sensor Full-res burst-rates of up to 10fps 20x Sony G-series optically stabilized zoom lens Can capture up to 224 degree horizontal panoramic images (154 degree vertical) BIONZ image miniprocessor HD Video Recording
Sony Cyber-shot DSC- HX1 Digital Camera About 500 dollars
A horizontal example of pushing the panoramic File size for a horizontal pan is about 22 Mb.
Some vertical panoramic examples Again pushing the straight line pan, but vertically. File size is about 28Mb for vertical pan.
Movable 3” LCD screen Videos are 1440x1080@30fps, 1280x720@30fps, 640x480@30fps These are in MPEG-4 file format. The camera has dual stereo mics built in. Memory is Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo (Mark 2)
Olympus SP-565 UZ Digital Camera (Black) Reasonably priced at about 260.
10.0 Megapixels 20x Wide-angle Ultra Zoom (26 – 520mm) 2.5” LCD Dual Image Stabilization High Sensitivity (ISO 6400) 13.5 fps burst Face detection Manual and automatic exposure Powered by AA batteries (NiMH or Alkaline) VGA video at 30fps in AVI Motion JPEG w sound
Olympus SP-590UZ Digital Camera (Black) At about 450
12Mp 26x Zoom (26-676mm) 2.7” LCD ISO 80 – 6400 Manual and Automatic Exposure 13.5 fps for 30 frames at 3MP Runs on 4 AA batteries AVI Movie with sound 640x480@30fps Super Macro Mode 0.39” minimum focus distance
4288x2848 large resolution 3216x2136 medium resolution 2144x1424 small resolution HD 1280x720 @24 fps VGA 640x424@24 fps QVGA 320x216 @ fps Clip length limited to 5 minutes
Aiptek A-HD 720p High Definition Camcorder HD 720p recording at about 110
5Mp CMOS Sensor 1280x720 H.264 Video @30fps Up to 32GB SD Card Expansion 2x Digital Zoom 2.4” TFT Color Display Still image JPEG (3200x2400) Night Shot Recording Video 512MB: up to 36 minutes AV in USB 2.0 and HDTV Component outputs
Aiptek Action-HD GVS High Definition Camcorder Pricing at $199.00
1080p 5Mp CMOS (2592x1944) Focal Length 7.5 to 21.5 mm 5x optical zoom 1GB SD card holds 15 minutes of video in HD 1GB SD card holds 30 minutes WVGA 60fps 3” 270 degree swivel-reversible LCD 1440x1080 (HD 1080P) 1280x720 (HD, 60f) 848x480 (WVGA, 60f) Output: USB 2.0, HDTV Component, Mic jack Mic input
Panasonic SDR-H80 60GB HDD/SD Card Camcorder About 400
1/8” CCD image Sensor (0.8Mp) 70x Ultra Zoom Lens (optical) 2.7” Wide LCD Display Records in Standard Definition MPEG2 Audio: HDD: Dolby Digital (2channel) 6 lux (1/30 Low Light Mode) 2 lux (Magic Pix) Digital Still mode (640x480) Focal Length: 1.5 – 105 mm; f/stop = 1.9 – 5.7 Outputs are USB 2.0 and AV
Sony DCR-DVD850 DVD Handycam Camcorder About 400
1/8” Advanced HAD CCD 60x Zeiss Vario-Tessar Lens Standard Definition MPEG2 Audio Dolby Digital 5.1 6 lux (Auto Slow Shutter on, 1/30 shutter speed) 16GB embedded flash memory (HQ 230 min) 3” DVD memory 16GB Memory Stick Pro Duo Media (LP 655m) 2.7” LCD
Dell M109S On the Go Projector Lists for around 449.
Brightness: 50 ANSI Lumens (Maximum) Contrast Ration 800:1 Typical Resolution 858x600 (SVGA) Projection lens F/2.0, f=17.67 mm Fixed Image Size: 15 to 60 inches (diagonal) Projection Distance: 13.6 to 94.5 inches. LED life cycle, up to 10,000 hours Light source is R/G/B LED module Keystone correction auto keystone and vertical keyston adjustment
Native Resolution VGA(640x480) Brightness: 7 lumens Aspect Ratio: 4:3 Native Lens is fixed Projection size 6 to 50” Input terminals: VGA, Composite Video, DC power LED estimated life is 10,000 hours, not user changeable. 40 to 60 minute play on rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery ¼” 20 Standard Tripod socket enables hands-free operation. 5.6 ounces LCoS technology
2500 ANSI Lumens brightness 1024x768 XGA Resolution 1900:1 Contrast Ratio DLP and Brilliant color tech 165 to 200 watt user replaceable 3000 hour lamp Projection size: 22.89 to 302.8” Projection distance: 3.3 to 39.4’ Inputs: 1-PC, Composit RCA and SVGA, One phone jack, DVI-D,
It’s a small (12” screen or less) lightweight laptop, optimized for email and web surfing. Netbooks also handle Powerpoint quite well, and are small enough that they can often fit into a projector bag.
It isn’t a desktop replacement. It’s not for a lot of photo editing (small screen) or video editing (not a powerful processor or much RAM).
Pros Very small & light. Extremely portable. Long battery life (with 6- or 9-cell batteries) Significantly cheaper than laptops ($300-400) Cons Small screen may be difficult/tiring to read Smaller keyboard requires adjustment Less RAM, less powerful processor
Current laptops run around $1100 for a machine with a Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB RAM and an 80 GB HDD.
We would be more than happy to help you find with your technology needs. Please contact your county Support Specialist Mick Hoeltzel – (405) 744-4390 Scott Wilson – (405) 744-4414 Levi Arnold – (405) 744-7847