Latest Rolling shutter Stories

2014-07-14 23:00:34

HurricaneShuttersFlorida.com, a leader in online exterior shutter sales, has rolled out hurricane season offers on their full line of rolling shutter and rolldown shutter products. Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) July 14, 2014 HurricaneShuttersFlorida.com, a leading manufacturer and distributor of custom hurricane shutters, security shutters, and decorative shutters recently announced that they have launched their Hurricane Season 2014 special offers and promotions on their rolling shutter...

2014-04-04 20:20:07

LAS VEGAS, April 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Small, high-definition cameras are really useful. The fact that you can mount them in hard-to-film nooks and crannies and get a shot that would be impossible with a full-size unit makes such devices virtually essential, whether you're on a shoot with just a couple of crew members or the set of a full-scale movie. Whilst this type of camera is hugely convenient, their CMOS rolling shutters capture video that suffers from wobble, skew, partial...

2013-05-15 23:01:37

The IT Accordion Shutter system is the most affordable accordion shutter system on the market today, combining an approved product design and truly inexpensive pricing. Sunrise, FL (PRWEB) May 15, 2013 HurricaneShuttersFlorida.com, a leading hurricane shutter, exterior shutter, and security shutter web portal, has just launched their newest accordion shutter product called the Impact Technology (IT) Accordion Shutter. The IT Accordion Shutter System is one of the most advanced hurricane...

2010-09-20 21:46:06

Image sensors which are used as electronic parking aids in cars or for quality control in production systems have to be able to withstand the often very high temperatures that prevail in these environments. Research scientists have produced a CMOS chip which functions even at a temperature of 115 degrees Celsius.More and more car manufacturers are equipping their vehicles with image sensors "“ e.g. to register the presence of pedestrians or vehicles in the blind spot or to detect...

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