Cycliq Fly6 [v] HD Rear Bike Camera & Bike Light – Review

This review is about the Cycliq Fly6 [v] HD Rear Bike Camera & Bike Light.  This is of course an incident camera as well as a bike light combined into one unit. First off I want to say that this is not the newest (as of June/July 2020) Cycliq Fly6…

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Top of Dulles State Office Building Panorama, Highest Building in Watertown, NY

The other day a customer asked me about doing a virtual reality panorama shot of their office to make their clients more comfortable.  It got me thinking about my panorama website, which I had created years ago and have never updated, nor even looked at in years in fact. For…

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Review – Garmin Virb Elite Action Camera

I had been looking for an action camera for awhile, mostly for biking but also for hiking and other activities.  While biking there have been many things that I would have liked to catch on video or photoed over the years that I have missed.  Not to mention the sheer number…

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Garmin Virb Aero-Bar Mount

I received my Garmin Virb Elite (for my full review of the Garmin Virb Elite click here) for Xmas and immediately ordered a bunch of different Go-Pro compatible mounts, for various purposes and which all fit the Virb just fine. In another blog entry I will fully review the Garmin Virb Elite itself,…

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The Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Scotia, NY

Recently I had the opportunity to visit the The Empire State Aerosciences Museum in Scotia, NY (Scotia, NY is in Schenectady County in the Capital Region of New York State). My wife Jennifer and I have visited the Albany area several times now but I had never gotten over to the Empire State Aerosciences Museum until now. And what’s better…

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Review – Case Logic SLRC-206 SLR Camera (and 15.4-Inch Laptop) Backpack

I had been happy with my Case Logic TBC-307 Camera Bag (I’ve including a link to one similar to it, but not the same one as Case Logic does not make this particular model any more) – that was up until I acquired another lens, the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II (see my…

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