Digital Cameras

Hidden cameras show convicted US postal workers dealing marijuana, counting cash in DC – FOX 5 DC

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Related Headlines Postal workers found guilty of bribery WASHINGTON – Three U.S. Postal Service workers are facing stiff prison sentences after they were convicted last week. Deenvaughn Rowe, Alicia Norman and Kendra Brantley thought they had pulled one over on the U.S. Postal Service. For months, they had moved hundreds of pounds of marijuana through a Northwest D.C. post office without getting caught. That was until investigators installed some sneaky…

Security cameras OK’d for Lake Lanier private docks – Atlanta Journal Constitution

Saturday, July 29, 2017

“We asked, and you responded regarding the prohibition on security cameras on private docks at Lake Lanier,” the corps, which owns and manages the lake, said in a Facebook post.

Security cameras OK’d for Lake Lanier private docks – Atlanta Journal Constitution

Saturday, July 29, 2017

“We asked, and you responded regarding the prohibition on security cameras on private docks at Lake Lanier,” the corps, which owns and manages the lake, said in a Facebook post.

Arizona aims to combat wrong-way wrecks with thermal cameras – Arizona Daily Star

Saturday, July 29, 2017

This wrong-way accident in April on northbound Interstate 17 in Phoenix killed three people. Eight people have died so far this year in wrong-way crashes, state officials say.

Security cameras OK’d for Lake Lanier private docks – Atlanta Journal Constitution

Saturday, July 29, 2017

“We asked, and you responded regarding the prohibition on security cameras on private docks at Lake Lanier,” the corps, which owns and manages the lake, said in a Facebook post.

Security cameras OK’d for Lake Lanier private docks – Atlanta Journal Constitution

Saturday, July 29, 2017

“We asked, and you responded regarding the prohibition on security cameras on private docks at Lake Lanier,” the corps, which owns and manages the lake, said in a Facebook post.

Nearly 1,000 Baltimore County police officers now have body … – Baltimore Sun

Saturday, July 29, 2017

A year after launching its body camera program, the Baltimore County Police Department says about 950 of its officers are equipped with the devices. The agency began distributing the cameras to officers in July 2016. The goal is for all uniformed officers — about 1,435 people — to have cameras by Oct. 1. The department is on track to meet that deadline, said police spokesman Cpl. Shawn Vinson. Originally, the…

Install water purification units, CCTV cameras in residential schools: MLA – The Hindu

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Chief Minister’s Parliamentary Secretary and Kundgol MLA S. Shivalli has instructed officials to compulsorily install water purification units and CCTV cameras in every government residential school. Chairing a progress review meeting of the Social Welfare Department here on Thursday, Mr. Shivalli said that the basic objective of starting residential schools by the government is to help the less fortunate to gain access to education. The officials have to treat the…

Infrared cameras will help 18-wheelers avoid hitting low I-35 bridge – KXAN.com

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Related Coverage AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Cesar Chavez bridge is one of the lowest bridges on Interstate 35 through downtown Austin, measuring at a height of 14 feet. This isn’t tall enough for some vehicles that pass through the southbound lanes. Nearly a year ago, a semi became stuck after hitting the bridge.  This can not only cause hours of delay for drivers but also be a costly incident. The…

John Fox: ‘I’m guarded’ in front of the cameras – Chicago Tribune

Saturday, July 29, 2017

John Fox’s third training camp as Bears coach will officially get underway Thursday. The team’s first practice has been moved up to 10:15 a.m. at Olivet Nazarene University and Fox is eager to get going with a team he feels is deeper and more competitive than the previous two he coached. Fox also marches into his third season under an intense microscope. He is stalked by his 9-23 record as…

Nearly 1000 Baltimore County police officers now have body cameras – Baltimore Sun

Friday, July 28, 2017

A year after launching its body camera program, the Baltimore County Police Department says about 950 of its officers are equipped with the devices. The agency began gradually distributing the cameras to officers in July 2016. The goal is for all uniformed officers — about 1,435 people — to have cameras by Oct. 1. The department is on track to meet that deadline in the fall, said police spokesman Cpl….

John Fox: ‘I’m guarded’ in front of the cameras – Chicago Tribune

Friday, July 28, 2017

John Fox’s third training camp as Bears coach will officially get underway Thursday. The team’s first practice has been moved up to 10:15 a.m. at Olivet Nazarene University and Fox is eager to get going with a team he feels is deeper and more competitive than the previous two he coached. Fox also marches into his third season under an intense microscope. He is stalked by his 9-23 record as…

John Fox: ‘I’m guarded’ in front of the cameras – Chicago Tribune

Friday, July 28, 2017

John Fox’s third training camp as Bears coach will officially get underway Thursday. The team’s first practice has been moved up to 10:15 a.m. at Olivet Nazarene University and Fox is eager to get going with a team he feels is deeper and more competitive than the previous two he coached. Fox also marches into his third season under an intense microscope. He is stalked by his 9-23 record as…

John Fox: ‘I’m guarded’ in front of the cameras – Chicago Tribune

Friday, July 28, 2017

John Fox’s third training camp as Bears coach will officially get underway Thursday. The team’s first practice has been moved up to 10:15 a.m. at Olivet Nazarene University and Fox is eager to get going with a team he feels is deeper and more competitive than the previous two he coached. Fox also marches into his third season under an intense microscope. He is stalked by his 9-23 record as…

Essential outlines the PH-1’s dual cameras – GSMArena.com

Friday, July 28, 2017

Essential released a blog post that outlines the technology and work that went into creating the dual camera for the unreleased Essential PH-1. Yazhu Ling is Essential’s imaging engineer, who tells us that the company wanted to build a camera that fulfilled two requirements: there should be no camera hump, and low-light quality shouldn’t be sacrificed as a result of that. There are two cameras in…

John Fox: ‘I’m guarded’ in front of the cameras – Chicago Tribune

Friday, July 28, 2017

John Fox’s third training camp as Bears coach will officially get underway Thursday. The team’s first practice has been moved up to 10:15 a.m. at Olivet Nazarene University and Fox is eager to get going with a team he feels is deeper and more competitive than the previous two he coached. Fox also marches into his third season under an intense microscope. He is stalked by his 9-23 record as…

Cameras on NASA exoplanet spacecraft slightly out of focus – SpaceNews

Friday, July 28, 2017

WASHINGTON — Cameras recently installed on a NASA spacecraft designed to look for nearby exoplanets will be slightly out of focus once launched, but the agency said that will not affect the mission’s science. NASA confirmed July 26 that the focus of the four cameras on the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) spacecraft will drift when the spacecraft cools to operating temperatures after launch next March. The problem was noticed…

Mean Streets, Kind Cameras – New York Times

Thursday, July 27, 2017

WASHINGTON — Question for the day posed by a timely exhibition: Would someone who lived in a so-called inner city picture it differently than an outsider would? “Down These Mean Streets: Community and Place in Urban Photography,” at the Smithsonian American Art Museum here, an exhibition organized by E. Carmen Ramos, the museum’s deputy chief curator and curator of Latino art, presents 93 photos by 10 Latino photographers, all well…