Posts Tagged ‘assembly’

A Photojournalist’s Point of View: Covering an Atomic Energy Agency Meeting at the UN

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Want to see what it’s like to cover a meeting between the world’s nations as a photographer? Vienna-based photojournalist Patrick Domingo was recently sent to the annual meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) at the United Nations Office at Vienna. In addition to shooting photos for official news purposes, Domingo decided to record some point-of-view footage showing what the experience is like.
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A 5-Minute Video Showing How the Sony RX1 is Assembled

Want to see how the highly-acclaimed Sony RX1 is assembled? At CES 2013 in Las Vegas last week, Sony showed the above video at its special press event, using it as a creative countdown clock for indicating when the show would begin. The split-screen video shows three of Sony’s newer products — the Cybershot RX1 camera, the Xperia Z smartphone, and an HD camcorder — being assembled from their basic parts.
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Animation Showing How the Canon 10D and 24-85mm Lens are Assembled

This animation was created by students of the Engineering 128: Advanced Engineering Design Graphics course at UC Berkeley during the Spring 2008 semester. The first part shows a Canon 10D DSLR exploding into its individual parts, and then those parts coming together again to slowly rebuild the camera, while the second part does the same for a Canon 24-85mm lens. Pretty dang impressive considering that it’s for an undergraduate course.

How the Leica M9 Rangefinder is Made

Here’s interesting behind-the-scenes video shot at a Leica factory that gives you an intimate look into how $7,000 Leica M9 digital rangefinder is assembled. Each of the cameras receives a lot of tender loving care.
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