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Welcome to the Fotobug Podcast number 113!  Photokina is now underway and we expect lots of announcement of new products over the coming weeks.  Canon has released the upgrade to the 7D, the 7D Mark II and Nikon has just released the new D750 full frame DSLR.  Jim and Fred discuss these as well as the new Western Digital My Passport portable drive with an SD card reader built in. Canon is also celebrating their 70th anniversary and Tamron has announced a 15-30mm f/2.8 zoom for full frame cameras.

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Fred and Jim continue testing the NeroTrigger, this time testing the sound trigger.  The setup included firing a pellet gun at various objects after dialing in the proper delay (actually it was discovered no delay was the setting that worked best).  Several balloons and crackers sacrificed themselves for this test!  The Nerotrigger is connected directly to the flash and you must have a darkened space in order to capture high speed flash images. If you try this yourself, please keep safety in mind and be careful with the pellet gun - you could put your eye out :) !

Last minute call for the following workshops:
Black Hills Shootout - Sept 25-27 - in Rapid City - www.thephotoshootout.com
Maine Fall Colors, Moose & Black Bears - Oct. 2-5 - www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com
Slovenia Fall colors in the Julian Alps - Oct. 17-24 - www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com

The next podcast will feature highlights from the Black Hills Shootout!

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Welcome to podcast number 110!  Fred and Jim test out the laser triggering option on the Nerotrigger and attempt to capture falling jello into Fred's mouth.  Although we had a small problem with the Nerotrigger, we eventually corrected the issue and were able to proceed with our unusual quest!  The Nerotrigger can also trigger on other events and we will be testing additional features in future episodes.

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In the photo news, Rohn Engh, author and advisor on stock photography, recently passed away, photographer Kris Boorman discovers a viral image isn't always a good thing, top Hollywood producers commit to purchasing film from Kodak, and there may be a new Canon 7d coming!  Also, we would like you to take our Facebook poll.  In 2012 a black macaque stole a camera from David Slater and now there is a copyright issue over Wikki Commons.  Who owns the copyright, or are the images public domain?  Let us know what you think!

There is still time to get in on the Maine Fall Colors, Moose and Black bear workshop.  Also registration is open for The Black Hills Shootout in South Dakota, but workshops are filling up fast.  We also have openings for the Julian Alps fall colors in Slovenia.  Go to www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com for these and other workshops!

Chris Klapheke will be returning for our next podcast, number 111!

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