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Because it gives you perfect aperture control. Look at this. First, i see at at 575, and then check out this the mama tour. Exactly 375 degrees. Full story: http://www.bloomberg.com/video/what-the-opening-of-the-saudi-market-means-for-investors-b3HJV57xQjSc596ItsLVXQ.html





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In Seattle, for example, a flood of public disclosure requests from an anonymous programmer (known by his "policevideorequests" handle) risked scuttling a body cam trial run before it got off the ground. However, that one-time antagonist is now coming to the city's rescue. The man has agreed to help Seattle's police department publish video by showing them how to quickly redact clips and get them online. As the unnamed person explains , it should mostly involve ready-made tools; the police will strip audio from clips using free software and lean on YouTube's automatic face blurring to protect identities. The programmer is quick to admit that the solution "is not ideal," but it's enough to catch police brutality and other obvious incidents. Full story: http://www.engadget.com/2014/11/24/seattle-police-get-help-posting-body-camera-videos/?ncid=rss_truncated









He says this is the second time in weeks they've been burglarized. But this time they had cameras rolling, and the thieves are seen grinning from ear to ear, stuffing their pockets with whatever they can grab. "They make me angry, upset. They take 10 minutes in the store, stealing things and laughing," said Nagra. In the video, the suspects broke in through tiles and crashed through the roof. Full story: http://abc7.com/news/camera-captures-fresno-liquor-store-burglary/408009/





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This past fall, the airline punked media and consumers alike in a video that went viral thanks to an adorable beagle named Sherlock. The plucky little dog was pitched as the airlines newest lost and found officer, returning forgotten items onboard to their rightful owner. It was later revealed that the video was just a marketing ploy. But the all-time favorite tear-jerking airline stunt has to go to Canadian low-budget carrier WestJet, which last year made the Christmas wishes of a plane full of unsuspecting flyers come true. Full story: http://news.yahoo.com/heartwarming-airline-stunt-brings-passengers-tears-103150066.html





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