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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Setting Up A Webcam on Old Re-Purposed Computer Equipment, Using Yawcam

There are a lot of good quality IP cameras out there (as well as a lot of el cheapo not-so-good quality ones) that work well.   But if you don’t mind a larger physical footprint and a lack of portability – admittedly two important reasons about why people buy small portable…

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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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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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