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Aiptek SeeMe HD : Unboxing and Review

August 23, 2012 Leave a comment

This is my first unboxing, so plz bear with me guys… Thanks.

This is just an unboxing video that I had made of my Aiptek SeeMe HD. The main reason behind me getting this camera was another review of this product on YouTube and the reason for me to post this video on YouTube is that there is like only one video review of SeeMe HD on YouTube, even the company didn’t cared to make any commercials or promotional videos 0_o.
My experience with this camera has been awesome, I have kinda been playing with it for last 10 days and trust me this camera is awesome… Specially for 127$ 😀
I agree there are few problems with it, like the snapshots just plain suck. They are not even close to my Epic 4G’s 5MP Camera. Also the auto mode gives really bad results, but if you just take some time to choose the light setup manually you will get some super fine quality videos… You will be amazed by its quality. Also some people are having issues with this camera in low light conditions and or in house recording, I will just suggest them to change the light mode to auto and turn Night Mode on, the difference is huge.
The stabilization isn’t bad nor the best, it should be fine if you have firm hands. Though I would recommend using tripods for the most surreal videos.
Also please use a SDHC Class 6 and above card if you are planning to record in 1080p. I am personally using a Transcend 16 GB SDHC Class 10 and or go with Transcend 32 GB SDHC Class 10 as it isn’t that costly either 🙂

The file sizes are kinda huge and the software provided only converts to 720p, so it will be a good idea to use a different video converter. I use Format Factory, its free and one of the best media converters, even better then some commercial softwares.

I will upload some test shots and video too (with and without tripod) and will add their links below….

PS: If you are thinking about buying the products from Amazon then please consider buying from the links provided in the description, it won’t hurt you but will definitely help me out. Also, Amazon has the cheapest rates 😀

Amazon Links:

Aiptek SeeMe HD

Transcend 16 GB SDHC Class 10

Transcend 32 GB SDHC Class 10

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Aiptek SeeMe HD Video Test 1080p Macro Mode

August 23, 2012 Leave a comment

A simple video test of the Aiptek SeeMe HD ( AKA, Aiptek DHD 11X) at 1080p. This is the macro mode test and the video quality is amazing. The macro mode strangely is set to 1 to 2 feet but makes vlog and videos like this look real good specially because of the added depth of field caused by the blurring of the out of focus region in the background.
As youtube converts the videos, I will upload the raw video files on mediafire so you guys can check the unprocessed version.

How to create the PSPDroid the Mini Laptop?

August 23, 2012 Leave a comment

PSVita: Release date leaked.

August 1, 2011 Leave a comment

The guys at IGN and Joystick have reported a new rumor/leak, which kinda gives away the release date of the highly awaited handheld PSVita.

The image below is of a flier which is from the UK based Blockbuster.

Well considering how easy image manipulation has become, there is no guarantee weather the release date of October 28th should be taken seriously or just one of those fake rumors.

 

Source: IGN, Joystiq.

 

How to create the PSPDroid Mini Laptop?

April 18, 2011 3 comments

Hi guys sorry for not updating the site for this long but I was kinda busy the last couple of weeks I hope you will forgive me…

Just to cheer you up I have decided to share with you a little trick that I have been using since the last couple of days, as the cricket season in India seems to be never ending at the moment I was really finding it hard to get any time to watch the matches so I did a little bit of research and ended up creating a Laptop (Kinda) using my PSP and my (new… Yeah!!) android phone…

Requirements:

1. A PSP with CFW (Custom Firmware).

2. An Android Phone (no hacking or rooting required)

3. A wifi router (to connect your psp and android phone with your PC wirelessly)

4. PSPDisp V0.6.

5. RemoteDroid (Available from Android Market).

6. RemoteDroid Server.

Instruction:

1. First install the PSPDisp follow the onscreen instructions.

2. Download and install RemoteDroid from the Android Market and then download and extract the RemoteDroid Server on your pc.

3. When the installations are completed restart your pc and then start the PSPDisp both on your pc and psp.

4. As soon as the PSPDisp on pc starts its icon will be displayed in the notification area and will show a notification which will mention the IP address that you need to add in the PSPDisp settings.

5. Start the RemoteDroid Server application. The ip address that you need to enter in the RemoteDroid will be then shown in the RemoteDroid  Server. (Which should be the same as the one provided by the PSPDisp notification though.)

6. Now, on your PSP, press home to enter settings and change the screen mode to Fit Screen.

Well thats it all done now you can use your Android phone as a wireless mouse and keyboard while the PSP streams audio and video from your desktop.

Have fun. Hope you like it.

Categories: Homebrew

Why I didn’t posted about the permanent 6.20 TN-D Patch?

March 12, 2011 Leave a comment

I know you may be thinking that I haven’t posted the 6.20 TN-D perma Patch till now and also there are few other apps r firmwares that I haven’t posted but I only post homebrews that are most likely to work and also that have a very rare chance of bricking you PSP and if the risk rate is too high then I prefer not to post about it…

Total Noob Releases 6.20 TN-D. Many new features and bug fixes.

March 5, 2011 2 comments

6.20 TN-D has arrived friends and its way better then TN-C. Total Noob has really done massive changes in this from adding PSone support to fixing the Flash Protection bug, everything has been taken care off.

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