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Psp Camera Features





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    features
  • Be a significant characteristic of or take an important part in

  • (feature) a prominent attribute or aspect of something; "the map showed roads and other features"; "generosity is one of his best characteristics"

  • (feature) sport: wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner; "she was sporting a new hat"

  • Have as a prominent attribute or aspect

  • Have as an important actor or participant

  • (feature) have: have as a feature; "This restaurant features the most famous chefs in France"





    camera
  • A chamber or round building

  • equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)

  • A camera is a device that records/stores images. These images may be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. The term camera comes from the camera obscura (Latin for "dark chamber"), an early mechanism for projecting images. The modern camera evolved from the camera obscura.

  • television camera: television equipment consisting of a lens system that focuses an image on a photosensitive mosaic that is scanned by an electron beam





    psp
  • Paint Shop Pro (PSP) is a raster graphics editor and, later in the series, a vector graphics editor for computers running the Microsoft Windows operating system that was originally published by Minneapolis-based Jasc Software.

  • (PSPS) The Home Ownership Scheme (HOS; ) is a subsidized-sale public housing programme managed by the Hong Kong Housing Authority in Hong Kong.

  • The PSP is an Eppley radiometer that measures solar radiation from 0.285 to 2.8µm. This type of instrument is also called a pyranometer. Case temperature is not needed in this instrument’s calculations. Units are Watts/m**2.











psp camera features - Memory Stick




Memory Stick Pro / Pro Duo Memory Card to USB 2.0 Adapter, Clear Blue


Memory Stick Pro / Pro Duo Memory Card to USB 2.0 Adapter, Clear Blue



This USB MS / MS Duo / MS Pro Duo memory card reader is the ideal companion for your digital media. Avoid the hassle of carrying a bulky card reader in order to transfer photos, music, data and more between PCs. Ideal for portable use on the road or at home with a desktop or laptop. Your data and pictures can be instantly transferred to your PC / Notebook. Instantly convert your MS / MS Duo / MS Pro Duo cards into a USB Flash Drive.An essential accessory for your device. Features and Specifications: Hot-Swappable; Plug and Play; USB 2.0; Ultra High Speed - Read: 4.3Mbps, Write: 1.3Mbps; LED indicator lights. Supports Windows Vista, XP, 2000, and Mac OS 9.2 and higher. Color: Clear Blue. Memory card not included. Compatible with: Memory Stick / Memory Stick Pro / Memory Stick Duo / Memory Stick Pro Duo / Memory Stick Pro-HG / Memory Stick Micro (M2) - MS Pro Adapter required.










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2/8/07





Spent a good while exploring my island last night. My lack of ability to read Japanese lends an excellent feeling of isolation to this game.

From my hut I made my way over Rocky Beach, through Turtle Bay, across Mermaid Beach and the Mangrove Woods before getting lost in the Sea Forest. The sun set while I was trying to continue on through the forest so I decided to head back to my room. I had a meal by accident when attempting to check my mail (there wasn't any anyhow) and then made my way to the coral beach.

I stuck to just exploring the perimeter of the island to see if I could get a grasp on just how big it is. Unfortunately I hit road blocks in both directions so I'm not entirely sure just yet.

During my explorations last night I realized this game does two things I wish more PSP titles did.

1. It allows you to take photos in game and save them as jpgs. I took this shot of myself watching to moon rise over the ocean. The fact that these jpgs are saved to the PSP's memory card and easily shared is phenomenal in my opinion.

2. The game also allows you to listen to your own MP3's via the radio station. I haven't played with that feature much yet as I'm busy exploring, but it's great to know it's there.

I took some photos of the island’s wildlife last night (including penguins) and picked up what I'm guessing was some fruit.

The controls in the game are 'stiff' at best. The analog nub controls the camera oddly while Resident Evil-like tank controls are mapped to the d-pad.

I figured out that you can hold down the right trigger to walk instead of holding up on the d-pad. Holding down the right trigger and the x button would cause you to run. Why they didn't use the analog nub for movement is a mystery to me, but oh well.

Another issue with the controls is getting used to the pressing the O button as opposed to the X button. In most Western games the X button usually corresponds to the 'enter' button while the O is often the 'cancel' button. These two are swapped from Japanese games which causes me to screw up every now and then. Not a biggie, but something that I really need to adjust to.

It's amazing how other things are so similar though. It's not difficult to figure out which options to pick even despite the language barrier. My experience with playing many many games has given me a sort of intuition when it comes to navigating the Japanese menus. You can just sorta anticipate what each option in the list is as far. That has been a huge help when it comes to performing basic actions.

Some highlights of the night were lighting a torch to find my way through a jungle, changing into my bathing suit, and eating a piece of fruit. It may sound stupid, but I was pleased to discover that you can actually change your position while sitting down. It’s a nice little detail.

Portable Island has 5 different 'game modes'. They are Play, Music, Radio, Alarm & Stand.

My plan is to go through these in order and document as much as I can about each. As you may have guessed, I am currently in 'play' mode.

As much as I wish this game was in English, I do believe that the language barrier will only add to my enjoyment as every small accomplishment I make is its own reward.

Looking forward to exploring more of the Island later today.











Tools of the trade




Tools of the trade





What technology does an online journalist use to cover the world's largest technology conference?

A laptop (HP 6120) - all of our stories and blog entries will be written on this machine. The most important feature of the laptop is its ability to connect to the internet wirelessly. In order to send back stories and photos I'll need to access one of the many free wi-fi networks in operation in Las Vegas.

A digital camera (Canon 350D) - I'm not a professional photographer but pictures are an essential part of any online news story. All of my pictures for CES will be included in our CES Flickr group which you are welcome to join.

An MP3 player/recorder (Creative Zen Nano plus and iRiver) - I've had my fingers burnt in the past relying on just a hard disk-based audio recorder so I'm taking two devices. One is a flash based recorder while the other has a small hard disk drive.

A wi-fi enabled mobile phone (Nokia N80) - sometimes you don't want to have to open your laptop and log in to check e-mail or the latest news on the blogs.

A PDA/mobile phone (Palm Treo 750v) - I want to be able to see all of my appointments at a glance and I can sync the Palm Treo to my laptop to pick up e-mails, calendar etc. Sadly it doesn't have wi-fi - hence the need for two mobile phones.

Cables - Lots and lots of power cables, charger, plug adapters etc. It may be the wireless networked world but until power and charging go wire-free it remains very much a wired world at large.









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psp camera features




PlayStation Portable Limited Edition Ratchet & Clank Entertainment Pack - Mystic Silver






Play thrilling games, movies, music, connect to the Internet, talk to friends around the world with Skype with the built-in microphone, and more. With the PSP system's all new, dazzling widescreen LCD screen, the PSP system is truly the only place to play. Anytime. Anywhere.

The PlayStation Portable Limited Edition Ratchet and Clank PSP-3000 Entertainment Pack brings together the latest revision of the PlayStation Portable (PSP) with the fun mayhem of the latest Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters game. Play technological games, listen to music, connect to the Internet, and do more with this Entertainment Pack.


The PSP gives you plenty of entertainment options during a flight. View larger.


The Limited Edition set includes an exclusive silver-colored PSP and the game Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters. View larger.



The PlayStation Portable Ratchet and Clank PSP-3000 Entertainment Pack:
Features the latest PlayStation Portable with built-in microphone.
Includes the game Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters.
Lets you look at your photos, listen to music, and watch videos and movies on the go.
Has built-in WiFi for multiplayer gaming action and connecting to the Internet.



PlayStation Portable - Now with Included Microphone and Brighter Screen
The latest Playstation Portable revision, the PSP-3000, has everything the older PSPs had but now includes a built-in microphone, which lets you take advantage of voice features in some games as well as the PSP's built-in Skype functionality without having to use a headset. The new PSP-3000 also includes an improved anti-reflective screen that offers higher contrast and clearer visibility in well-lit places and can even be used outdoors.
A Full Entertainment System in Your Hands
The PSP was designed to handle all varieties of applications and entertainment -- music, video, communication, wireless networking, and, of course, gaming. Users will enjoy top-notch 3D games with high-quality, full-motion video, and high-fidelity audio. The 4.3-inch wide screen display is bright and beautiful, and works well under many different lighting conditions. If you prefer, you can also connect your PSP to your TV. The PSP utilizes the Universal Media Disc (UMD) for a storage medium, each of which holds 1.8 GB of data.
Hundred of Games to Choose From
The PSP gaming library is hundreds of titles strong and covers a wide variety of genres. Whether you are seeking the hard hits of football or the strategy of a puzzle game, there's sure to be many games for you. The PSP is capable of graphics quality that is comparable to the PlayStation 2, but in a pocket-sized package that you can take wherever you go.
Watch Movies and Videos On The Go
When you just want to sit back and enjoy a movie on a long plane trip, the PSP has you covered. The PSP offers two options to do this: you can either purchase full-length movies and TV shows on UMD, or you can download videos onto your computer and transfer them on a Memory Stick Duo for playing on your PSP. Included in the package is the movie National Treasure 2 on UMD.
You can also watch recorded television content downloaded to a Memory Stick Duo with the TiVo-To-Go service. (Please note that this requires $24.95 fee, you must have a TiVo Series2 connected to your home network.)
Listen to Your Music Collection Anywhere
With the ability to play MP3, WAV, WMA, ATRAC3+, and MP4 files, you can easily use your PSP as an audio player. Simply place your music on a Memory Stick Duo, and you can navigate your collection using the PSP's XMB (XrossMediaBar) to select your song to play.


UMD discs can hold 1.8 GB for epic games and full-length movies. View larger.
Show and Share Photos With Your Friends
With the PSP, you can show a slideshow of your photo collection with your friends by simply placing them on a Memory Stick Duo and accessing them via PSP's XMB. Additionally, you can beam photos wirelessly to friends who also have a PSP.


Download content from the PlayStation Store onto the PSP. View larger.
Built-in WiFi allows for Internet Browsing and Online Gaming
With built-in WiFi, you can access the Internet from any accessible hotspot. Once connected, you can surf the Web and download exclusive demos and content for your PSP from the PlayStation Store.
The WiFi also allows you to battle other gamers, both over the Internet and in your local vicinity.
Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters Game Included
With this Limited Edition set, you'll get to play Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters right out of the box. A combination of a platformer and shooter, Size Matters delivers the over-the-top humor and fun that the series has come to be known for.
As is Ratchet and Clank's hallmark, the game features large cache of weapons, each of which can be upgraded to become larger and stronger. It's the sheer wackiness of the weapons that makes the game so much fun: among the many weapons at your disposal, you'll have the option of wielding a shotgun, a pistol that shoots killer bees, and a gun that shoots out robots.
The game makes full use of the PSP hardware and incorporates multiple lighting and particle effects without any slowdown in gameplay.
With this Limited Edition Entertainment Pack, you won't be lacking in entertainment options when you're on the run. In fact, you might actually start looking forward to your long commute.
What's in the Box:
PSP-3000, Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters UMD game, National Treasure 2 UMD movie, 1GB Memory Stick Duo, PlayStation Network game download voucher for echochrome.




The Limited Edition Entertainment Pack includes everything seen here.










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