... [...] ... Ha ha. A good laugh. A large sensor camera with fixed 10x zoom lens will never slip in your pocket . You can make a camera tiny, but you can tMessage 1 of 57 , Nov 2, 2009View SourceKen Warner wrote:
> Instead of focusing on another interchangeable lens format, the[...]
> companies may release truly compact cameras with built-in zoom
> lenses much like those in their existing PowerShot and Coolpix lines,
> but with large consumer-level DSLR sensors.
> slip into your pocket.Ha ha. A good laugh. A large sensor camera with fixed 10x zoom lens will
never "slip in your pocket". You can make a camera tiny, but you can't
make a large sensor lens tiny. Physics implies certain limits.
From the whole article it's apparent that the author didn't understand
much of the relations...
So maybe you met my father Mario Vascon somewhere in CERN, in the accelerator in Geneve, between 70ies or 80ies....??? Depending on how old are you! ... --Message 57 of 57 , Nov 5, 2009View SourceSo maybe you met my father Mario Vascon somewhere in CERN, in the
accelerator in Geneve, between 70ies or 80ies....??? Depending on how
old are you!
2009/11/3 luca vascon <luca.vascon@...>:
> 2009/11/3 John Riley <johnriley@...>:
>> Not now; I did my graduate work there. I did get romantically
>> involved with an italian woman one at a NATO nuclear physics summer
>> school in the Netherlands. They are definitely different from our
>> home-grown variety (in some very good ways!)
>> John Riley
>> On Nov 3, 2009, at 2:47 AM, luca vascon wrote:
>>> Are you at Duke?!
>>> Do you know a very attractive italian friend of mine who is teaching
>>> there?! I think italian arts and architecture...
>>> It is impossible not to notice her ;-)
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> Luca Vascon.