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Android
Engaging the GPS chipset itself uses a lot of power, so that is where the "battery hog" idea comes from. Anything with constant GPS lock will kill it right quick. My old Iphone 3G could n...

In GEAR » Android apps - your favorites?
January 05, 10:12pm

Re: tripod
Fair enough for sure - there's something to be said for adding a little weight if it makes something you commonly do a lot easier. Sometimes I think we should be deciding what to bring based n...

In Editor's Roundtable » Sony NEX-7 Digital Camera Review
January 04, 5:40pm

Carrying
Also just FYI if anyone's interested - I made a neat little solution for quick-access carrying (in good weather). Just bent some coat hanger wire to the contours of my camera, and it hangs on m...

In Editor's Roundtable » Sony NEX-7 Digital Camera Review
January 04, 5:38pm

Tripod
Just curious what usage you find to justify adding a 1.9 pound tripod into the mix. It's been hard for me to find many situations where either a monopod (just my trekking pole with a little ad...

In Editor's Roundtable » Sony NEX-7 Digital Camera Review
January 04, 5:32pm

4/3
IMO micro 4/3 has a big advantage over these compact APS-C cameras. The slightly smaller image circle combined with an ultra-close sensor distance means a big difference to one major factor not rea...

In Editor's Roundtable » Sony NEX-7 Digital Camera Review
January 04, 1:46pm

Lightheart Gear
If you use trekking poles, check out the LightHeart offerings.

In GEAR » Big Agnes Fly Creek 2 Platinum Edition
January 03, 2:20pm

JOOS
Here you go. Buried in another page of specs, David's JOOS panel is only capable of 2.6W in full sunlight. Photovoltaics Highest efficiency commercially available, monocrystalline solar cel...

In GEAR » Lightweight battery charging
January 02, 4:25pm

Sunlinq
This is what I have now. http://www.amazon.com/Sunlinq-Portable-Solar-Panel-Charger/dp/B001TI6SP8 It works, just barely, to keep my stuff charged even when a bit overcast. In comparison to t...

In GEAR » Lightweight battery charging
January 02, 4:22pm

JOOS
David, No, just no. That is so far beyond "hard to believe," it is well into (and past) the realm of fantasy. There is no solar technology on earth that can deliver 18 watts with a cel...

In GEAR » Lightweight battery charging
January 02, 4:18pm

Regulation
IMO I think at the very least you need a voltage regulator. Output from solar arrays varies wildly. I have a 10-watt / 12-volt folding array that, even in what I'd consider to be "full, di...

In GEAR » Lightweight battery charging
January 02, 4:04pm

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