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There was a time when many households contained a projector screen, used mainly to show 8mm and Super 8 home movies and slide shows. Unfortunately for the manufacturers of those screens, camcorders and digital cameras made them more or less obsolete.

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Your camera's built-in flash is designed to replicate neutral color in your photographs, which means when you take pictures of Uncle Jake and Aunt Millie, their skin-tone shouldn't foretell a looming case of food poisoning or festering liver condition. But sometimes you need a break from the visual comfort of neutrality, and that's where Sticky Filters come into the picture (pun unintended, but I'm running with it anyway).

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Have you ever turned the news on and the weather man said that it would be nice and sunny out but instead ominous clouds hover above you later on? Well, if you want something a bit more accurate, the Celestron Weather Stations may be an option for you.

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Have you ever looked into a surveillance camera and wondered who was watching you? Well, even if you haven't, you should know that the camera mounted to the ceiling may well be a dummy. In fact, we carry loads of dummy surveillance cameras designed to deter would-be intruders by giving the feeling that they are being watched. This is a great item for mom-and-pop stores on a budget, families with concerns about trespassers, schools with concerns about delinquent behavior, and more.

Who Knew is an ongoing weekly series featuring some of the items that you wouldn't typically find in your average camera store. But then again, we're not your typical camera store. 

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Hands-on Review

Sometimes the absence of sound is more important than sound itself. That’s the reasoning behind Hush Heels, adhesive-backed foam pads that everyone from a camera assistant pushing a dolly to a ninja-in-training will find helpful in suppressing self-inflicted distractions.

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