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14kt. Ring Chal&Diamond Heart Frame (Size 6)

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Trend-lover’s 5.55 carat blue chalcedony ring with a brilliant frame of diamonds (.40ct. t.w.) and open hearts around the gallery. 14kt gold. .
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February 5, 2017 at 3:23 am

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Baldor VM3112 General Purpose Industrial Motor

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208-230/460 Volts0.75 hp Output1800 RPMThree PhaseOPEN Enclosure56C Frame Size1.50 A FL Amps75.5 % FL EfficiencyC-Face Drive End Flange TypeMounting: Footless
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December 11, 2016 at 4:41 am

Photography Tips – How to Get Your Whites Whiter

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When talking about getting the right colours in your photos the best place to start is to talk about White Balance. If you don’t know what white balance is, how to adjust it on your camera or why you would want to in the first place, then this article will help.Adjusting the white balance in photos can actually make a huge difference in the visual experience of looking at the photo. The correct white balance in a photo means that what you saw with your naked eye matches what is represented in the photo.You may ask why the camera doesn’t automatically capture the same colours that you see? After all, you are looking at the same thing your camera is looking at right? Wrong!The human eye actually processes then adjusts the colours you see to take into account the type of light and conditions under which it is working. While some cameras have an auto feature that makes a guess as to the type of light, these cameras are yet to replicate the level of adjustment to light that the human eye is capable of. This simply means, different light sources produce different “colours” or “temperatures” of light. This is due to the different ways or extents to which they bend or make light (a lesson for another day perhaps!). What you need to know is how to correct some of the most frequently used types of light.

Thinking of the light as temperature may help you understand how to adjust the white balance. Like a room, if the photo is “cooler” (everything seems to have tints of blues, greens, or greys) then you are going to need to “heat up” the photo by adjusting the settings to warmer. The opposite is true if the photo is “warmer” (everything seems to have a tint of reds, pinks, oranges, or yellows).Here are some of the basic types of light you may encounter. Most cameras have some or all of these settings. It may be worth checking your camera’s manual to find out more.Tungsten- These are lights and lamps that use bulbs or incandescent light. If you’ve ever looked extra pink or maybe even orange in a photo, you probably took them with a few lamps on or next to bulb lights. The tungsten setting on your camera is usually identified with a light bulb. Using this will cool down this “warm” lighting.Fluorescent- Fluorescent lights are lights that use the chemical fluorine or other similar chemicals to produce a light. Fluorescent lights are what are usually used in industrial buildings such as schools or offices. The Fluorescent setting on your camera is usually identified with a rectangular light source with rays coming off the top and bottom. Much like the lights sometimes used in changing rooms fluorescent lights can make your skin appear gray, green or bluish. Using the Fluorescent setting will warm up this “cool” lighting.Daylight/Sunny- Daylight is not always a setting on every camera but if you have it the conditions can best be described as your normal setting. It is self-explanatory so we won’t waste time telling you anything other than, if you’re an adamant auto-setting user and find yourself standing in nice pleasant midday sun, give it a try. It’s always good to try it and see the difference between the two.Cloudy- Cloudy settings are usually cooler. The setting for cloudy days is very similar to the setting for fluorescent lights except cloudy days can require even more “warming up” than fluorescent lights.Flash-The Flash setting for white balance is symbolized by a bolt of lightning. It takes the cooler temperature of the burst of flash from your camera or an attached flash and warms it up. The flash setting warms up a cool situation and is somewhere between the daylight cool and the cooler cloudy day situation.Shade-the shade setting for white balance is symbolized by a house with diagonal lines from the side to the ground next to it. This setting is typically the coolest of the setting and provides the most warming up of all the normal settings.

Manual Adjustments:Most cameras have preset white balance controls that will do the trick of making your whites whiter but if you have a super fancy camera such as a DSLR or high end point and shoot you may have a manual adjustment for making your whites precisely white. Simply take a photo then select which part of the photo is supposed to be true white then the camera will make an adjustment. If you are shooting something like a wedding and want to make sure the whites look their whitest you can spend a little cash on some white (or gray) cards that you can photograph to make sure you’re actually photographing something that is true white. A cheaper option is to photograph a piece of white computer paper.Exceptions to the rules: Sometimes you may not want your whites to be exactly as you saw them. There is no rule that says you cannot use any of the settings for a different condition than it was intended. Using the opposite settings as recommended can intensify the colours making whites redder or bluer depending on which way you take them. Feel free to try it out!

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December 2, 2016 at 4:23 pm

White Fox Clutch Cape w/Sunburst Back – Medium/Large Size

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Back Length: 16 inches. Satin backing. Manufactured upon order by first class New York furrier. Requires 2-3 weeks. Fur origin: Finland. Sales return will be subject to 20% re-stocking fee.
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September 26, 2016 at 3:39 am

2000 Suzuki VL 1500 Intruder Lc – C90 Tachometer

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2000 Suzuki VL 1500 Intruder Lc – C90 Tachometer

The Tachometer displays the speed of the engine in revolutions per minute (RPM). The Tachometer can be driven either by a cable or electronic sending unit, depending on the bike. The Condition of this part is Used.

A used Tachometer will be fully functional and in good condition. Gauge face will be clean and undamaged, all mounting points will be intact.

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September 13, 2016 at 12:21 pm

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Leica 50mm f/1.4 Summilux-M Aspherical Manual Focus Lens (11891)

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  • Consists of eight lens in 5 groups
  • Glass with anomalous partial dispersion
  • Made of a fluorite-type glass while lens element
  • Made of glass with a very high refractive index to minimize monochromatic aberrations

Consists of eight lens in 5 groups Glass with anomalous partial dispersion Made of a fluorite-type glass while lens element Made of glass with a very high refractive index to minimize monochromatic aberrations , Get the best price

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August 12, 2013 at 10:38 am

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Tales of an IT Support Professional – Plain English Please

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On Wednesday some of our clients experienced problems with broadband. It was a short ‘outage’ lasting around 15 mins from 08:50 – 09:05. Once over, we resolved any remaining issues and contacted the customers affected to explain it had been a problem with the broadband provider and that things were now back to normal. Customer contact is important and so making sure our clients know whats going on is vital.At around 10:00 we received an explanation as to why this outage had happened. In order to offer you the full majesty of the complex, technical and frackly ludicrous language used, I have included it below:————————————-
At 8.55 a new BGP customer was brought online. They sent a full routing table to us rather than the aggregated /21 they own. Due to a misconfiguration, the prefix limit filter we had in place did not limit what we were receiving. The additional prefixes in turn caused us to trip maximum limits set by our peers and transit providers which closed BGP sessions down, ultimately preventing connectivity to and from the wider internet.
————————————-Where do I start! Well firstly I’ll be frank with you. I understand around 30% of the above explanation and its really only the bit about a ‘routing table’ which I know is used by Internet computers to let information flow (or web pages appear). Therefore, this is something about that table being affected and stopping the flow of information. But the point is to highlight that this level of technical language is not necessary, especially for the vast majority of clients who are business users, not technicians.It put me in mind of a conversation I had with a group of women at a networking event the day before. It was the usual situation of “Hi, what do you do?” and I have learned over time not to talk too much about IT as it often turns people off. IT people have a reputation for being a bit dull… no really!What I try to do in order to make any IT issue more understandable is to offer a simple explanation and a real world example. So I replied “Well, I help people get the most from their technology investments and make IT work as they expect, which it rarely does when you take it out of the box”.Now that went down very well and conversation flowed almost immediately along the lines of “Oh, you are so right, it took me ages to get my [insert latest gadget name] to work when I bought it”. I could have gone on about ADSL, Gigabit Switches, Point-2-Point VPN, VoIP etc, etc, etc… but its not necessary. That sort of language is only relevant for the small number of technicians who work at the high level of IT day-2-day.What business people need is someone that listens to their real world needs and understands the challenges, the explains it to a technician in ‘geek’ language. The two need not, and should not mix. The best way to explain this process is to use a reference from the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.In that book there is a reference to a Babel Fish which, if placed in the ear, can translate any known language you hear into your own language; French to English, German to English or Vogon to English; You get the point. Well I often describe myself as the IT Babel Fish; someone who can turn gobbledygook into a language business owners understand.So, the next time you speak to any IT person and they start filling the conversation with geek language, simply do what it says on the back of the Hitchhikers Guide [Dont Panic!] and ask them to explain it in plain English please.

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August 12, 2013 at 10:36 am

Olympus 50mm f/2.0 Telephoto Macro ED Lens for Olympus Digital SLR Cameras

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  • Specially treated to shed water droplets, and engineered to withstand the rigorous demands of professional use
  • Designed to capitalize on the design advantages of the OLYMPUS Four Thirds System
  • Large f/2.0 aperture, with minimum weight and bulk
  • 50mm range — equivalent to 100mm in conventional 35mm photography
  • For use with the OLYMPUS E-1 and other Four Thirds Series Digital SLR Cameras, as specified

Olympus 50mm f2.0 Zuiko Digital Macro LensThis compactand affordable medium telephoto Zuiko Digital Lens is ideal for not only macro photography but alsoas a portrait lens. The high performance digital specific design includes an ED glass element for impressive color accuracy and offers a magnification of 1:2 (half life size), which has an image magnification size equivalent to life size (1:1) in a 35mm film photo. A large 2.0 maximum aperture makes it excellent for lower-light photography as well. Specifications:Focal Length: 50mm Macro(100mm Macro 35mm equivalent)Lens Construction: 11 elements in 10 groups, including 1ED elementLens Mechanism: Floating focusing mechanismAngle of View: 24Closest Focusing Distance: 9.45″(0.24m)Maximum Image Magnification: 1:2 (1:1 35mm equivalent)Maximum Aperture: f2.0MinimumAperture: f22Number of Blades: 7Filter Size: 52mmDimensions: 2.8″ D x 2.4″ L (71 mm x 61.5mm)Weight: 10.6 oz. (300 g)Compatibility: Teleconverter EC-14: (at f2.8 and up) Extension Tube EX-25: Extended maximum image magnification: 1:1 (2:1 35mm equivalent) Box Contents: 50mm f2.0 Zuiko Digital Macro LensLens Hood LH-55Lens Case LS-0814Lens Cap LC-52Lens RearCap LR-1Instruction ManualWarranty Card , Where can I buy

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August 12, 2013 at 2:23 am

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February 18th, 2013 NFL Mock Draft

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1) Kansas City Chiefs: OT Luke Joeckel, Texas A & M- Andy Reid saw firsthand last season what happens when there are major problems on your offensive line. Joeckel is one of the safest 1st round selections in this year’s draft. He will be an upgrade over Branden Albert (a free agent) and can anchor Kansas City’s offensive line for a decade. The Chiefs need a quality quarterback, but there is no slam-dunk choice to justify the top overall pick.2) Jacksonville Jaguars: DE Damontre Moore, Texas A & M- One of the SEC’s most disruptive players helps Jacksonville put pressure on the quarterback. The Jags registered a paltry 20 sacks last year. Gus Bradley is a defensive coach and will prioritize fixing the defense.3) Oakland Raiders: DT Star Lotulelei, Utah- The Silver & Black were black and blue from opposing running backs trampling all over them in 2012. The massive Utah nose tackle/defensive tackle has the power and quickness to help plug the middle of Oakland’s defensive line.4) Philadelphia Eagles: OT Eric Fisher, Central Michigan- Chip Kelly knows that his high-octane offense goes nowhere if the Eagles cannot block anybody. Fisher looked terrific at the Senior Bowl. The addition of Fisher and the return to health of Jason Peters will go a long way to solving Philadelphia’s problems up front. Fisher can play left or right tackle and it will depend on how Peters looks after an Achilles injury.5) Detroit Lions: DE Bjoern Werner, Florida State- The Lions want their defensive line to be the heart and sole of the defense. Kyle Vanden Bosch is 34 and Werner provides Detroit with a young, high-motor defensive end.6) Cleveland Browns: DE/OLB Jarvis Jones, Georgia- The Browns lack a top pass rusher and the quick-twitch Jones can really get after the quarterback. Cleveland needs a dynamic outside linebacker to be a critical piece to their 3-4 defense. Jones could be that kind of player for them.7) Arizona Cardinals: QB Geno Smith, West Virginia- Quarterback is Arizona’s greatest need. Bruce Arians had success with a rookie quarterback (Andrew Luck) in Indianapolis and will be looking to do the same with the Cards. Geno Smith’s strong arm and superior athleticism to Matt Barkley and Mike Glennon make him the choice.8) Buffalo Bills: QB Mike Glennon, North Carolina State- Ryan Fitzpatrick commits too many turnovers and is not Buffalo’s long-term answer at quarterback. Glennon’s strong arm will be needed to throw the ball effectively in the cold and wind that is Buffalo in the 2nd half of the season.9) New York Jets: DE/OLB Barkevious Mingo, LSU- Rex Ryan loves his defense, which lacks a big pass rusher. Mingo is a terrific athlete and Ryan figures he can turn him into a pass rushing outside linebacker in New York’s 3-4 scheme.10) Tennessee Titans: OG Chance Warmack, Alabama- This might be high to draft a guard, but Mike Munchak certainly does not think so with his stellar NFL career at the position. The Titans want to run the ball and Warmack should be a terrific pro.11) San Diego Chargers: OT Lane Johnson, Oklahoma- The Chargers have to do a better job of protecting Phillip Rivers. The athletic Johnson has the skills to play left tackle and develop into a good pass protector.12) Miami Dolphins: WR Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee- The Dolphins need to find a good lead receiver for Ryan Tannehill. Patterson’s size and run-after-the-catch ability convince Miami that he can be that player.13) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: CB Dee Milliner, Alabama- The Bucs were among the worst teams in the NFL defending the pass and certainly could use help at cornerback. Milliner is a very talented cornerback with championship pedigree.14) Carolina Panthers: DT Sharrif Floyd, Florida- The defensive tackle position continues to be a weak area for Carolina. Floyd is a fine combination of quickness and size. The Panthers expect him to help stop the run and apply inside pressure in passing situations.15) New Orleans Saints: DE Ezekiel Ansah, BYU- The Saints have to get better on defense and it starts up front. Ansah can defend the run and has terrific upside as a pass rusher. Rob Ryan has a very raw, but talented player to work with.16) St. Louis Rams: DT Sheldon Richardson, Missouri- Jeff Fisher is a defensive head coach and wants to have a dominant front four. Richardson is very quick and should work well with last year’s 1st round pick, Michael Brockers.17) Pittsburgh Steelers: DE/OLB Dion Jordan, Oregon- LaMarr Woodley and James Harrison are on the down side of their careers. It is time for the next generation of pass rushers for the Steelers. Jordan can really run and has unusual height for a linebacker. He will have a chance to continue Pittsburgh’s storied tradition of quality outside linebackers.18) Dallas Cowboys: DT Kawann Short, Purdue- The Cowboys are converting to Monte Kiffen’s 4-3 defense. This means they had better have a quality three-technique defensive tackle. Short has a quick first step and plays with leverage to penetrate.19) New York Giants: CB Xavier Rhodes, Florida State- The Giants best cornerback, Corey Webster, is 31 and coming off of a poor season. Rhodes has excellent size and skills. New York adds much needed cornerback help.20) Chicago Bears: TE Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame- Marc Trestman wants another weapon for Jay Cutler. The Bears do not have much of a receiving threat at tight end. Eifert represents a significant upgrade offensively for the Bears at tight end.21) Cincinnati Bengals: S Kenny Vaccaro, Texas- Cincinnati needs a playmaker at safety. Vaccaro is a solid tackler and can help in pass coverage.22) St. Louis Rams: WR Keenan Allen, Cal- The Rams find a key weapon for Sam Bradford. Allen has the size and pass receiving skills to be the lead receiver that Bradford has lacked.23) Minnesota Vikings: DT Jonathan Hankins, Ohio State- Kevin Williams will be 33 just prior to the upcoming season. Hankins provides the Vikes with a big defensive tackle who can help shut down the run.24) Indianapolis Colts: OT D.J. Fluker, Alabama- Andrew Luck took too many hits in his rookie season. Fluker could be a pillar at right tackle for the Colts. His ability to be a load as a run blocker also makes him very quarterback-friendly.25) Seattle Seahawks: DE Sam Montgomery, LSU- Pete Carroll is a defensive-oriented head coach. Seattle really missed Chris Clemons in the playoff loss to the Falcons. Clemons is 31 and faces a long rehab from knee surgery. Montgomery has the quickness and long arms to rush the quarterback. He also is a solid run defender.26) Green Bay Packers: G Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina- Aaron Rodgers might be the best quarterback in the NFL. The Packers need to fortify an offensive line that sprung too many leaks last season. Cooper is a solid pass and run blocker. He represents good value at this point in the 1st round.27) Houston Texans: WR Tavon Austin, West Virginia- The Texans are still incredibly reliant on Andre Johnson at wide receiver. Austin was born to play the slot. His elusiveness in the open field is electric.28) Denver Broncos: CB Desmond Trufant, Washington- Champ Bailey will soon be 35 and was lit up by Torrey Smith in the playoffs. Trufant made himself some money by playing extremely well at the Senior Bowl. Denver adds a good young cornerback to their defense.29) New England Patriots: CB Johnthan Banks, Mississippi State- New England’s defense continues to be a work in progress. Banks has good height and excellent ball skills. Banks may be able to provide what the oft injured, Ras I Dowling, has been unable to.30) Atlanta Falcons: DE Alex Okafor, Texas- John Abraham will be 35 soon and is frequently hurt. Okafor plays hard and is a complete defensive end. He does not have the same explosion as a young Abraham, but he plays with leverage and intensity.31) San Francisco 49ers: NT John Jenkins, Georgia- The 49ers have some age on their defensive line. Isaac Sopoaga will be entering his 10th season in the fall. The big nose tackle will be an unrestricted free agent and San Francisco may choose to find a young nose tackle. Jenkins is a big man with surprising athletic ability. Jim Harbaugh will ride him hard to get the most out of his ability.32) Baltimore Ravens: ILB Manti Te’O, Notre Dame- The Ray Lewis era is over. The Ravens will not be able to replace Lewis, but Te’O is a solid choice. The former Notre Dame star finds the football and improved in coverage in his senior season. Baltimore is fortunate that Te’O slipped this far in the 1st round.

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August 12, 2013 at 2:20 am

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Sigma 70-300mm F/4-5.6 DG OS SLD Super Multi-Layer Coated Telephoto Lens for Canon AF Mount Digital SLR Cameras

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  • LH 680-02 Lens Hood
  • Front & Rear Lens Caps
  • Warranty

Sigma’s 70-300mm F4-5.6 DG OS is a compact telephoto zoom lens. With a range that is useful for candid portraiture, capturing children playing in the backyard, amateur sports or even wildlife at the zoo this lens is usually the lens that photographers reach for first. It’s great on vacation for capturing scenic details or even groups of flowers in a garden. The Sigma 70-300mm offers a 4 to 1 zoom ratio in a compact lens that is easily carried in your camera bag or left on the camera as you travel; and the images are magnificent. It also has a minimum focusing distance of 59 inches & allows macro photography & high close-up capabilities with a maximum magnification of 1:3.9. , Read More..

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August 11, 2013 at 11:04 pm

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