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27 October 2010

Funny Video - Postcards from the Dog Park - Rottweiler Puppy - Australian Cattle Dog - Vizsla - Arroyo Verde

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In this episode we feature some test images we shot on an overcast day at Arroyo Verde Dog Park.

Dog breeds featured in this video include the Australian Cattle Dog, aka Queensland Heeler and Blue Heeler, English Mastiff, Vizsla, Golden Retriever, Boxer, American Pit Bull Terrier (briefly), Border Collie, Border Collie-Aussie mix, and an adorable Rottweiler (rotti) puppy.

There are some great action shots, funny dog play moments, and, of course, a puppy. Two puppies actually. The giant English Mastiff is also a puppy.

All photos captured with a Nikon D70S camera, shutter speed of 1/1000th, a Nikkor 24mm lens, ISO at ASA 800, and white balance to cloudy.

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Working Military Dogs

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Air Force F-117 Stealth Fighter Retires - F-22 F-35 Replace

After years of service, some of it top secret, the United States Air Force is to retire the F-117A Nighthawk, the first so-called Stealth Fighter, in April 2008. Built by the famous Lockheed "Skunk Works" in a classified program, the plane pioneered low observable technologies now applied to the F-22 Raptor, F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF), and B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber. Retirement of the F-117, occasionally called the Wobbly Goblin, is intended to save the Air Force funds for other programs.
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Stealth F-15SE Silent Eagle Fighter Jet Announced By Boeing - Military News

Note: This is a story from our archive originally published in March 2009. The stealthy F-15SE "Silent Eagle" fighter jet international export varient has been announced by Boeing. The plane incorporates a series of modest improvements - modest both in terms of the cost to the customer and the increases in stealth technology. The tails are canted like the F-22 Raptor, there are unspecified improvements in coatings, and new conformal fuel tanks allow for internal carriage of air-to-air and ground attack weapons.
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12 October 2010

Nikon D7000 Ship Date October 15

Nikon D7000The Nikon D7000 DSLR camera will likely begin shipping on 15 October 2010 according to a source at Nikon USA.

I spoke to this source directly and they told me to expect shipments of the Nikon D7000 to begin as early as the 15th but it could be as late as October 25, 2010. The same source was asked about the availability of additional batteries. In response I was told to look for the optional MB-D11 battery pack and spare EN-EL15 (new model) when the camera begins shipping. The new Nikon EN-EL15 battery is supposed to provide up to 1050 shots per charge in the D7000.

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