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 Are GPS units kinda like cameras in that they become obsolete in a few years?

Answer A GPS is a little bit different because the whole device is based around what type of information can be given to you based on your position.The maps that the GPS uses may become obsolete however f... Read More »
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Will those disposable cameras be obsolete by next year?

Many people, especially older ones, don't use computers and very much like film cameras.Also, placing a number of disposable cameras at each table is a not-so-rare practice at big events, such as w... Read More »
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Are digital cameras obsolete now that we have them on our phones?

I highly doubt it. Camera phones use a chip that's smaller than a tic-tac to capture the image. This presents a few problems:A) Closely packed pixels - if the image collectors are too closely pac... Read More »
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Who thinks railroads will become obsolete within the next 50 years?

I think that notion is impossible. Railroads have been expanding like crazy lately - I just got in from chasing one of the first trains on a recently re-opened mainline here in CT on the P&W (two f... Read More »
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Flash units on cameras?

It will mount fine, and the matrix metering will work. However, you'll only be able to manually focus. The D5000 does not have a focusing motor in the body, and the tokina lens has no internal moto... Read More »
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