I was greatly surprised to be contacted by Mobile Action.I would like to thank them for having send me a free sample for that review and of course, I encourage all companies around the world to do the same ;-))
There is a trend on the camera market, people want now to tag their
photo, not only by adding sound (micro can be found now on point and
shot consumer camera), or letting the camera add EXIF embeded data ( Exchangeable
Image File Format) into each
Consumer always want more!, and with the arrival of Google Maps on the market, some years ago, It has not taken much time till users decide to add geoposition (with a GPS) to their pictures. While this feature can be found on some high end camera model (camera body > $10000, as an option it is quite pricey too), TomTom, Garmin and other consumer GPS are now able to provide a cheap and ready to go alternative. A data logger is a device able to record periodically latidutes, longitudes, altitude, date and time while yyou are on the road. It is now possible with some tools to merge pictures and files produced by GPS ad save new meta informations in EXIF data.
Combined with your favorite DSLR or point and shot camera
The biggest vandalized Street radar section gallery.
This page is probably the highlight of the entire site. So long as these cameras are robbing motorists of their cash they will continue to be destroyed.
While I must condamned it, its fun to see those pictures, and I admit that even If I never have any problem with the police, like a lot of people, I have many times wish to do the same...
|Since January 10th this year, it has become illegal to use radar POI in
Switzerland, to warn of safety cameras and mobile speed surveillance
Sorry I love Swizerland, but on this one, i can't understand it.
The Swiss police are currently actively searching for navigational systems with any type of camera pre-warning that are being used while driving. When such a device is found, the device is confiscated and destroyed and the motorist can also expect a fine. Not only has the use of these warning devices been banned, but their production, import or sale has also become illegal. Swiss road authority ASTRA announced these measures on January 8th.
ASTRA has released a document with answers to frequently asked questions.
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