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Eneride E Can NB-2 LH - Bateria de ion de litio para Canon EOS 400D (1000 mAh, 7.4 V)

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Ucto Peso del producto: 59 g. Envio: Este producto se puede enviar a España y a otros paises seleccionados. Número de modelo del producto: 023824.



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Canon Eos 400D Precio

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MARIA DOLORES: Tiene un alcance muy impresionante de funciones para una camara réflex digital de consumo final, algunas de las cuales han sido tomados de los diseños de alta gama y Esto Es Muy Importante. Hay un montón de contenido en linea adversa indicando el zoom 18-55mm kit de lentes capacidad de malo, y eso no es, basicamente, la situación es fascinante idea de la UNA. Una vez que se va el cañón puede tomar inyecciones de mucho tan rapido como sea posible los medios de comunicación que el obturador de lanzamiento es realmente fascinante idea de la UNA. Es Cierto Que la pantalla es enorme y facil de leer de forma rapida y la camara electrónica es también muy consciente de clics de opciones y alternativas al examinar las inyecciones, por ejemplo. Hasta el momento, estoy contento con mi canon eos 400d precio.. Nos alegramos de haber ordenado este canon eos 400d precio. El canon eos 400d precio parece ser muy duradera y fuerte y creo que podemos confiar en ella durante varios años por venir.

MARIA NIEVES: Tenga en cuenta que no hay tarjeta CF, pero si usted compra antes de finales de diciembre 2006 se puede utilizar para una tarjeta de 256 MB sin coste CF inmediata de Cannon. Era facil de encontrar este canon eos 400d precio. Todo el Mundo SABE que Qué es asi, desde entonces no he sido que un apasionado de las camaras electrónicas o réflex. Yo estaba un poco reacio a conseguir este canon eos 400d precio debido a algunas de las criticas, pero me decidi a ir a por él de todos modos. Es bueno sable Que voy a dar una breve explicación de algunas de las caracteristicas clave: 1. Diseñado en el indicador de lavado 2. Tengo algunas imagenes sorprendentes de la constelación de Orión, y de un móvil enorme alrededor del satélite celeste. Varias técnicas de ponderación estan disponibles e incluso se puede elegir cualquiera de los detalles de AF para concentrarse en lo que si el tema esta fuera del centro no es una cuestión de prestar atención a COMO USTED piense probablemente.He mejorado a partir de una Panasonic DSC-V1, que era un peso ligero muy útil 5mp, pero el cañón se encuentra en otro grupo totalmente como era de prever a partir de una SLR de 10 megapixeles y ESTO You can servicios Muy Importante de Todos Nosotros parr. Una buena idea es Muy ayudar a otros clientes buscar los comentarios mas positivos que provienen de una SLR convencionales calificaciones, asi como con una DSLR de pocos, y han descubierto que este es el mas conveniente utilizar la camara electrónica todavia. De Nuestra Investigación Yo diria que comprar un lente de zoom capacidad razonable, ya que el zoom de 75-300 Cannon lente de la capacidad que he comprado se ve afectada con un poco de la nube, y la aberración cromatica, especialmente en la capacidad de zoom completo (guión rojo que se ve alrededor de las comparaciones excelente sujetos).

EUGENIO: Una idea es Gran asi, durante los últimos cinco momentos que he estado entusiasmar a la 400D, pero creo que lo que realmente es tan fantastic.

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(I did not make this I got it from here… wherever here is…)

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illustratedvancouver:

Vancouver Views Canada, a poster spotted for sale recently at the Treasure Cottage thrift store in Kerrisdale, 2319 41st Avenue. I can almost make out the artist’s name in the left hand corner, but there’s just not quite enough resolution. If anyone walks by, can they confirm who created the poster? If it actually does say M. Bender, 1996, I’m presuming that’s an alias? I do believe this framed poster is selling for $15, so check it out while you can!

Thanks for the tip, Richard!

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rocketboom:

The original Keyboard Cat. NOT! Play me off dog… via

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Overcoming Islamophobia in U.S. Presidential Elections

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by Muqtedar Khan, guest contributor

What Is Islam?A Muslim man holds a protest sign on Pennsylvania Ave NW in front of the White House. (photo: M.V. Jantsen/Flickr, cc by-nc-sa 2.0)

Islam has become an important part of American discourse leading up to the 2012 federal elections and candidates everywhere appear eager to take a position on Islam for political gain. Across the country, rising Islamophobia has made it difficult for some Muslims to build mosques and practice their faith, although their right to do so is enshrined in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

In the current race for the presidential nomination, some presidential candidates are invoking Islam and Muslims in a negative fashion in an attempt to bolster their popularity with populations they perceive to be suspicious of Muslims or Islam. For example, if elected, former presidential candidate Herman Cain promised not to appoint Muslims to his cabinet.

This is representative of recent trends. In 2010, some Republican Congressional candidates used the proposed Park 51 Muslim community centre, famously branded as the “ground-zero mosque”, and fear of sharia, the principles from which Islamic law is derived, to rally voters to their cause. And elected Congressional leaders, such as Peter King (R-NY), have used their committee appointments to argue that American Muslims are deeply radicalized, a fact repeatedly debunked by several surveys and reports.

However, there are others within the Republican Party who eschew this rhetoric, such as presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Ron Paul, as well as others like Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey, who appointed American Muslim Sohail Mohammed as a state judge despite much opposition.

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Einstein Sleuthing

by Nancy Rosenbaum, associate producer

I stumbled upon a perplexing puzzle as we were fine-tuning our upcoming show with Buddhist teacher and author Matthieu Ricard. Krista had included a quote in the script by Albert Einstein that needed to be fact checked. This seemed pretty straightforward…at first.

Albert Einstein is one of those famous people who gets quoted a lot, sometimes inaccurately. My colleagues at SOF were already familiar with this from producing two companion programs about Einstein back in 2007.

Following is the quote from Einstein as it appears in The Quantum and the Lotus, a book Matthieu Ricard wrote together with astrophysicist Trinh Xuan Thuan:

“A human being is part of a whole, called by us the ‘Universe,’ a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings, as something separated from the rest—a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circles of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.”

Plug this quote into Google and you get hits galore, including references to this 1972 New York Times article. But if you look at the typed version at the beginning of this post, you’ll notice some differences — specifically the last two sentences. So where did the quote come from exactly, and in what context did Einstein originally write or say these words?

My search led me to Dear Professor Einstein, a collection of Einstein’s correspondence that features a version of the quote in question, which closely matches the copy we obtained from the Albert Einstein Archives at Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Through Facebook, I contacted the book’s editor, Alice Calaprice, who explained that Einstein had penned his famous words in 1950 to Robert S. Marcus, a man who was distraught over the death of his young son from polio. Calaprice concurred that people often misquote Einstein — and that primary sources are the key to setting the record straight. “When we don’t have originals to prove otherwise,” wrote Calaprice, “falsehoods are sometimes inadvertently repeated even by scholars.”

Handwritten Draft of Albert Einstein's Letter to Robert S. Marcus (February 12, 1950)

To that end, Barbara Wolff, an archivist at the Albert Einstein Archives, sent us the actual image of the handwritten versions of Einstein’s letter in German and English below. I wonder about who translated Einstein’s words and whether some meaning may have gotten lost.

As I’ve resurfaced from all this Einstein sleuthing, I’ve been pondering my responsibility as producer to verify the quote’s accuracy. But, as I look at Einstein’s handwritten letter with its scrawls and cross outs, I’m reminded that language and ideas are not fixed like cement. Still, it’s my job to get it right.

What’s funny is that after all this effort, we debated ditching the quote altogether. Matthieu Ricard is such a rich voice, did we really need to bring Einstein into the conversation? In the end though, we corrected the quote, and kept Einstein, “sounding more than a little bit Buddhist,” as Krista put it, in the final script read.

Special thanks to Barbara Wolff and the Albert Einstein Archives at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, which holds copyright for these archival materials.

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