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    Review on Xtreme Recalls' new Gen 4 system

    For those interested, I just posted a side by side comparison and review of the new Xtreme Recall 4th generation system... sweet!

    http://www.helmetcamreview.com/

    Hope this helps!

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    It is my understanding that in the photography/videography world, "corners cut off" is known
    as vinyetting.

    It certainly wouldn't be a bad thing to use your review as a way to enlighten those readers
    that do not yet know this terminology as it will certainly come up elsewhere in discussions
    about videography.
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    Vignetting

    Actually it's called/spelled "vignetting" and I tend to use more common language in my reports so that people do not have to use a glossary

    But I totally agree, when I have the time I will add a glossary to the site and use more "professional" terms.

    VIGNETTING: Underexposure of image corners produced deliberately by shading or unintentionally by inappropriate equipment, such as unsuitable lens hood or poorly designed lens. A common fault of wide-angle lenses, owing to reflection cut-off, etc. of some of the very oblique rays. May be caused in some long-focus lenses by the length of the lens barrel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CactusJackSlade
    Actually it's called/spelled "vignetting" and I tend to use more common language in my reports so that people do not have to use a glossary
    Oops. Sorry about the spelling. Google can screw you too.
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