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Steps to Ensure Smooth HP Officejet Pro 6968 Wireless Setup
The HP Officejet Pro 6968 Wireless Setup enables its users to perform the operation of printing smoothly and effectively. It is a wireless setup through which you can connect your printer and computer to the same network. The printer allows you to connect numerous devices to it and print. Users can face some problems in configuring it to set it up. Read the steps for doing it correctly. How To Download HP Officejet Pro 6968 Printer Driver? For the proper operation of your printer, you need to install the printer driver. Turn on both your computer and printer. Figure out the operating system of your computer. Download the driver. The methodology for downloading the driver is mentioned below. Visit the HP website. Download the setup files from the website. Run the setup file after it is ready. Follow the specifications that appear on the screen. Connect your USB to the HP printer as well as the computer. Adhere to the specifications you see on the screen. Input the values in the wizard. You can test how your printer is functioning. The Right Way to Connect HP Officejet Pro 6968 to Wireless Follow the given steps to connect your new printer to the wireless. Find out the place where you can place your print so that it's near to a wireless network. It will enable you to link your printer easily and receive a strong signal. Register your router's password and network name. Choose the Wireless icon on the Control Panel of your printer, and turn on its Wi-Fi feature. Choose Connect to Network and wait for some minutes while the printer detects the list of networks and displays it on the screen. Select your network name and the key in the router's password. The connection is now established. Don't forget to connect your PC to that same wireless network. How to Link to HP Officejet Pro 6968 to Your Computer You can connect your HP printer to the computer by following a few easy steps. Firstly, turn on the printer and keep it close to your router. To link your printer with a wireless network, follow the below-mentioned steps. Open your driver installation to make for the HP Officejet Pro 6968 Wireless Setup. While installing the application, you will be asked to choose a connection type. Meanwhile, take the USB cable that was there in the printer package and keep it ready for use. After you complete the second step, you will see a window that will ask you to set up a connection with USB. Connect your USB cable with your Officejet printer. Next, attach the computer with the USB. After your connection is complete, click the OK button. For confirming the connection, you can print the test page. The Right Way to Connect HP Officejet Pro 6968 to Your Mac Take the following steps to link the Mac to the Officejet printer. Download the Mac printer driver and open it. Copy the printer driver to flash drive through a CD. Place the USB on your Mac and initialize the process. Visit the Apple menu and choose the preference for the system. Select Print and Fax. Your connection is now established. Summing up The article sums up easy ways by which you can set up and connect your HP Officejet Pro 6968 printer. Read them carefully for a seamless printer setting up process. In case you have any queries, you can contact customer support. REF Link: https://qr.ae/pGwIL9
Camera hội nghị truyền hình OneKing H1-L1M
Oneking H1-L1M camera hội nghị truyền hình 4K UHD PTZ trải nghiệm chất lượng video sắc nét, đáp ứng nhu cầu người dùng. Camera hội nghị OneKing H1-L1M được thiết kế nhỏ gọn, an toàn và thân thiện với môi trường nên được rất nhiều người tin tưởng và sử dụng. Tiêu chuẩn kỹ thuật bức phá mới của Camera Hội Nghị Oneking H1-L1M như thế nào? Camera hội nghị OneKing H1-L1M được trang bị ống kính cố định, cho hình ảnh chất lượng 8 Megapixel và nó được tiết kế riêng cho phòng họp loại nhỏ mang đến trải nghiệm tối ưu hóa cộng tác video và khả năng thu phóng tùy chỉnh. – Màn hình Cảm biến HD: SONY CMOS màu HD 1 / 2,5 ”, HOV 87 ° – Độ phân giải: 1080p@30 2.0 Megapixel. – Độ nhạy sáng: 0.5Lux at F2.0. – Góc nhìn: 72.5 HOV. – Góc quay: 0° ~ 350°. - Góc nhìn ngang: 85 ° / 73 ° / 54 ° – Cổng kết nối: USB 2.0. – Chiều dài cáp USB: 5 mét. – Gọi lệnh VISCA qua kết nối cáp USB 2.0 – Hỗ trợ điều khiển từ xa Remote /T/Z – Gắn trần, chân máy hoặc treo tường. – Ứng dụng cho phòng họp  dưới 10 người Camera OneKing H1-L1M với độ phân giải video 1080P30fps hoặc 720pMegapixel cho ra hình ảnh rất chất lượng sắc nét và giúp cho người dùng có thể xem dễ dàng và nắm được thông tin cuộc họp tốt hơn. Thiết bị có ông kính tiêu cự là 4mm, giúp cho người dùng có thể tối ưu hóa dễ dàng zoom vào hình ảnh một cách dễ hơn và quan sát cuộc họp tốt hơn. Camera PTZ 4K Ultra HD - Oneking H1-L1M-4K cung cấp khả năng PTZ chính xác cao: Bạn có thể tùy chọn xoay, nghiêng, thu, phóng linh hoạt ,và được quản lý bằng thiết bị điều khiển từ xa. Với nhiều tính năng tiên tiên của  H1-L1M-4K, bạn có thể thoải mái tùy chọn cách chỉnh ống kính, ghi hình rõ nét  với mọi chi tiết theo ý muốn. Camera  H1-L1M cung cấp video Ultra HD 4K cao cấp với độ phân giải 1080p/720p HD cùng độ rõ nét vượt bật. Cảm biến hình ảnh màu HD 1 / 2,5 ” SONY CMOS , HOV 87 Độ - Camera trang bị cảm biến hình ảnh 1 / 2,5 ” Sử dụng cảm biến hình ảnh CMOS chất lượng cao hỗ trợ hoạt động hiệu quả hơn, cần ít năng lượng hơn và hoạt động tốt hơn cho các chế độ chụp ảnh tốc độ cao. Trường ngắm 87 HOV.° cung cấp tầm ngắm rộng, bao quát toàn bộ phòng họp, cho hiệu quả ghi hình tốt hơn. Kết nối USB2.0 Plug and Play nhanh chóng - Cáp USB2.0 đơn cung cấp video chất lượng, chuyển động PTZ, bạn có thể chọn tiêu điểm chuyển động và cấp nguồn nhanh chóng. Khả năng tương thích với tất cả các phần mềm hội nghị Cloud software - Oneking H1-L1M-4K khả năng tương thích, tương tác cao với  tất cả các nền tảng viễn thông VOIP khác nhau như:  Zoom, WebEx, Lync, UC, Skype for Business, BlueJeans, MS Team và Jabber..., cho phép dễ dàng tích hợp vào nhiều điểm họp, có thể chọn tiêu điểm cố định cơ sở hạ tầng hội nghị truyền hình hiện có của bạn. Vị trí thiết lập đa dạng -  Với Camera Oneking H1-L1M-4K bạn có  thể thiết lập cài đặt, lắp đặt nó trên nhiều vị trí khác nhau: trên máy tính, trần nhà, lắp trên chân máy trần, trên tường, trên sàn hoặc sử dụng giá đỡ. Camera hội nghị truyền hình Oneking H1-L1M tối ưu hóa để có hiệu suất cuộc gọi tốt nhất trong video HD đơn hoặc nhiều bên, luôn đảm bảo mọi chi tiết hiện lên đều rõ nét Thông tin chi tiết về sản phẩm Camera Hội Nghị Oneking Quý khách vui lòng liên hệ Hotline 024 777 99 777 để được hỗ trợ giá tốt nhất.
Los Angeles from the Griffith Observatory 185mm & 600mm Lens Tests
ABOVE - The Griffith Observatory sits in Griffith Park above Los Angeles and is surrounded by miles of hiking trails from which you can snap shots of the amazing view. In 1896 Colonel Griffith J. Griffith donated 3,015 acres of land on the South face of Mount Hollywood for the specific use of building an astronomy observatory for the public. His desire was to make astronomy more accessible to the masses and in his will he stipulated that the Observatory always be free to the public. Opened in 1935 the Griffith Observatory offers one of the best views of the Los Angeles basin and skyline in addition to offering the best public access view of the now famous "Hollywood Sign", and stunning views of the Pacific Ocean to the West. I took two old all-manual Pentax lenses that I'd had converted over to Canon EOS mount lenses to test their focus sharpness and overall quality. There are several reasons why old non-automatic focus lenses that can be converted to Nikon or Canon mount should be including economy and optical quality. First thing is first - why would you choose to shoot with an all-manual lens when there are numerous AF lenses that provide better metering, better color representation, and better center to edge quality? The most compelling answer is money. The images above were shot with a $25 camera shop discount bin lens. Add another $20 for a quality Pentax M42 screw mount to Canon EOS mount adapter (one with the contact strip that tricks the camera into metering through the lens) and you've got a 185mm f/3.5 lens for $45 that takes sharp, crisp, beautiful photos. Unless you are a still photographer that likes taking their time to set up a shot these "discount bin" lenses are really much more appealing to the videographer on a budget. Since the "movie mode" on most DSLR cameras emulates true motion picture digital cameras and only shoots in full manual mode, the playing field is leveled and these lenses can become the better choice. Especially if you are going to shoot in a location where you may not want to expose a ridiculously expensive lens to the elements. ABOVE - Always fun to capture a moment like this - a hiker takes a photo of the LA cityscape below him with his cell phone while about 1/2 a mile above him I take a photo of him taking a photo. These are the moments a photojournalist lives for. Unplanned, unscripted... just being at the right place at the right time. The Griffith Observatory is a great place to get panoramic shots of Los Angeles. LA is an amazing city where the sprawl of urban development meets the beauty of the ocean and mountains of the Pacific Coast. The photos above were shot with the same 185mm Pentax lens as the previous group. This lens when opened up to f/16 provided a high level of optical clarity from center to frame edge. Everyone has heard about "smog" - and for many years LA has been ranked as one of the worst cities in North America of air quality. An estimated 122 days of each year the mix of automobile emissions, ozone, and fine particulate matter conspire to tip the LA basin's air quality over the American Lung Association's levels of acceptable air pollution. The good news is that LA has been one of the most aggressive cities in the United States in fighting air pollution and over the past two decades it has improved each year. LA, which topped the list of large US cities with the worst air quality, has been moving down the list from the top spot for several years now. Ozone pollution is 1/3 less and fine particulate matter is 1/2 less than levels recorded 15 years ago. The thing about air pollution is that heat from sunlight makes it worse... so hot, sunny, summer days are the days where smog becomes a factor, especially if the air is stagnate and devoid of significant breezes. You can see in some of the photos above that there appears to be odd dark spaces in various sections of the frame... this is air pollution. These photos were taken on one of the hottest days of the summer and therefore air quality was affected. But don't let it stop you from visiting LA... the city for more than 2/3rds of the year has air that meets or exceeds the guidelines set for air quality by the American Lung Association. ABOVE - After taking several shots with the Pentax 185mm f/3.5 lens it was time to test the hulking monster of a telescope that is the Vivitar 600mm f/8 lens. The sharpness was pretty poor. The length was cumbersome and truthfully it just wasn't a very well made lens. But for $50 - it's a freakin' telescope! LOL. I think using it for pure knock around stuff like watching a sporting event from the hill behind the stadium - it's perfect. Shooting professional quality images that you can use commercially - no so much. There's an interesting phenomenon in Los Angeles that has to do with real estate... the higher you can place your house on a hill; the more valuable your house (and property) are. What is really interesting about most of LA that you almost never see in movies and TV is just how mountainous the area is. The neighborhoods surrounding Griffith Park and the Griffith Observatory are all connected by snaking mountain roads. I took photos starting at the base of the mountain that the observatory sits on and started working my way, street by street back towards the base of the observatory. It's about 1/2 mile down the slope where the homes end and the protected land of the observatory and park start. As you move closer to the top of that boundary, the homes become larger and more grandiose. Some of the houses sit on estate sized properties with garden paths, gazebos, and pools. Others are terraced and appear to sit right on top of each other. Granted, these homes cost upwards of $10-20 million dollars each. In the end I kept the 185mm lens and sold the 600mm lens. The 600mm - although quite capable of bringing far away subjects in close, lacked the sharpness and detail I'd have preferred for a video or astronomy lens (another thing a super-telephoto is useful for). In regards to the Griffith Observatory - it is an amazing landmark and utterly beautiful facility that is one of the 10 must-see attractions (in my opinion) when you visit Los Angeles. The views are stunning and if you are worried about air pollution - don't be - the Observatory sits high enough and far enough away from the city that air pollution isn't a factor there. BELOW - A stitched panorama made with about 10 individual shots taken with a Nikon 105mm f/2.5 lens. This is about 90 degrees of the view from the Griffith Observatory. © Copyright, Jon Patrick Hyde, 2015
10 Tricks to Better Vacation Photos
Most of us can relate to this: we take a tons of photos but only come to like a few. It may be the bad lighting, angle or focus. In addition, If your camera is filled with a bunch of selfies and food photos...you should give your album a break. So, if you're traveling this season or simply want to make your pictures look Instagram-worthy, follow these tips. 1. Capture from behind This looks 10x more interesting and more artistic than a selfie. Agreed? 2. Focus on small details. Sometimes rather than capturing the whole architect, focusing on the small details leaves room for the audience's imagination. 3. Have fun with silhouette Take advantage of sunsrise or sunset by the beach! You have all the space and light to make a stunning silhouette. 4. Ant's-eyes view. Most of us take a lot of birds-eye view photos, especially on food. So, let's change the perspective and capture on what's above instead of below. 5. Frame things to the corner. Subjects don't have to be in the center at all times. It's much more dynamic to have it peeking in from outside. 6. Take it to the floor. Chances are you'll be walking to a lot of interesting an cool places. Document the ground you visited! 7. Avoid Eye Contact Leave the people thinking about your mood. Are you enjoying the sun, trying to cover the sun or sleeping? 8. Look for interesting doors. Intriguing architect and rusty doors make a pretty scene. 9. Play with color. A pop of color can instantly brighten up your photos. Try to find a background or background that compliment and draw contrast to what you're wearing. 10. Capture your mood board. Summer is all about be exploring, inspiring and sharing. Show the world what's inspiring you at the moment!
Heritage Auctions: The largest auction house founded in the U.S.
Heritage Auctions: The largest auction house founded in the U.S. Heritage Auctions is both the largest collectibles auctioneer and the third-largest auction house in the world-leading Internet platform. HA boasts more than 1 million registered online bidders. This loyal and growing community is an indication of the value of our website, of our reputation for professional business practices, and of our vast expertise in the field of art and collectibles that this community is growing so rapidly. Heritage Auction House was founded in 1976, and its products include U.S. & World Coins, Rare Currency, Fine & Decorative Art, American Art, Illustration Art, Vintage Comic Books & Comic Art, Movie Posters, Music & Entertainment Memorabilia, Jewelry & Watches, Vintage & Couture Handbags, Sports Memorabilia, Rare Books & Manuscripts, American Indian Art, Air & Space Memorabilia, Civil War Memorabilia, Vintage & Contemporary Photography, Nature & Science Specimens, Domain Names, Intellectual Property, Luxury Real Estate and much more. By offering the latest advances in technology and having a strong presence in the collectibles community, we give our customers unprecedented access to our services. More than 130 experts and 400 additional service-oriented professionals provide our customers with a suite of services to help them develop the best collections. Results of fall Asia week auctions 2021 From September 22nd to 23rd, Heritage Auctions offered a two-day event featuring fine and decorative Asian art. There were 574 bidders, who spent $1,327,281 at the auction house. Among the auction results, a 14th-century ink painting attributed to Chen Yu sold for $137,500. The painting shows a scholar and his assistants examining landscape paintings, likely created at the beginning of the Ming dynasty. Among the notable lots were a Chinese blue and white bowl from the Qing dynasty, an Indian sandstone sculpture, and a Korean celadon vessel from the Joseon dynasty. Heritage Offered Sir Elton John’s Extraordinary Custom Touring Piano at Auction He signed his name in black ink, bidding farewell to the piano he had used throughout the 1970s and 80s. Sir Elton John acquired the piano after customizing its keys to be more sensitive to very light touch in August of 1975. It was found by Curtis Schwartz, a producer and sound engineer who knew little about the piano's history with Sir Elton John. While Paul McCartney performed on the Steinway during the Live Aid finale, over a billion people watched the concert. Freddie Mercury also played the piano for Queen during the 1978 tour, A Day at the Races. This grand piano was built in 1972 in New York, stands 8 feet 11 inches tall, and includes the original bench. The upcoming auction includes memorabilia from other famous musicians besides Sir Elton John's grand piano. World’s Largest Auction of Anime Animation Art Breaks The Old Record of $2.1 Million at Heritage Auctions Heritage Auctions held its first-ever auction dedicated to anime, or anime art, June 25-27, at which some of the most iconic and award-winning anime films were sold for more than $2.1 million. A record 2,853 bidders from around the world attended the Art of Anime and Everything Cool Auction. The auction boasted sell-through rates of 100 percent by value and 99.8 percent by lots sold. Cels from films such as My Neighbor Totoro, Princess Mononoke, Kiki's Delivery Service, and AKIRA sold at record prices. “The hits and big moments in this sale came from all over,” Heritage Auctions Animation Art Director Jim Lentz said. Records were broken for lots from Astro Boy, Dragon Ball, Ghost in the Shell, Pokémon, Vampire Hunter D, Neon Genesis Evangelion, and the films of Studio Ghibli and Miyazaki. Media Source: AuctionDaily