- Dec 10, 2010
I signed a 8 page NDA.
However, my boss said it was OK to post photos as long as they do not show anything confidential. I will get some from before I signed my NDA posted up. Ones after will have to wait until I talk to him about it again.
That camera van looks creepy LOL!
ON the battery terminal under the hood how come the bolt is so small ? ( or is it my eye's )
Ha is that a tripp lite inverter charger you got powering that stuff? I recently just bought one to use as a UPS. Works great so far. Got 2 100ah marine batteries for now.
The whole thing looks like a really nice clean setup!
Sorry if i missed and someone asked/answered already- but... is that vehicle for some form of google streetmap style image capture?
Why the L series glass when you're shooting through windows anyway? btw - if I ever see that van... I'm stealing it.
Oh, what the hell are these that the lenses are attached to?
We usually are shooting through optics glass.
The Canon bodies are no longer used, we kept destroying the shutters/lenses after around 80k clicks.
Those are shutter-less sensors, not video cameras- However they will shoot at 60FPS @ 29MP.
Correct, 135i. I love my job, but there is no way I could afford a 1M right now.
Very nice spyder!
What is that last/bottom unit? I realize the first 4 are procurve switches, what about the last one? some massive Layer 3 switch?
Its good to see a company that's willing to invest in their IT Infrastructure. I used to work at a place that would question the need of any IT related purchase.
All purchases should be questioned. Wasting money benefits no one. It sounds like Spyder's company has plenty of customers to pay ffor all of the equipment they purchase. Plus it sounds like the equipment is being sold to customers.
Great thread Spyder, your company should be running a blog. Congrats on the car too.
I never said wasting money. Questioning if you should buy a business line, supported laptop or an emachines from best buy is not acceptable in any company. But that's just my two-cents.
you forgot to add, buying a acer aspire desktop and running it for a server for the small business.. FACEPALM!