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RFBXR0AR–Sony Alpha 580 camera (2010) - digital SLR - slots for two types of memory card media, Secure Digital and MemoryStick Pro Duo
RFBXR0C8–Sony Alpha 580 camera (2010) - digital SLR - controls
RFBXR0AG–Sony Alpha 580 camera (2010) - digital SLR - mode setting dial
RFBXR0AC–Sony Alpha 580 camera (2010) - digital SLR - covers for interface connections
RFBXR0AJ–Sony Alpha 580 camera (2010) - digital SLR - depth of field preview or stop down button
RMHEWHC9–Sweep Panorama, a feature of many Sony cameras. To use this mode, you simply swing the camera around you in an arc, squeezing the shutter button the whole time. You hear the shutter snapping away like a machine gun as the camera captures slice after slice of the scene, all the way around you in a 220-degree arc. It’s surprisingly tolerant of your arm-swinging speed. When it stops, you look at the back of the camera: there, INSTANTLY, is a perfectly knit, finished, seamless panorama. You didn’t have to do any stitching work yourself.
RMHEWMCC–The silvereye or waxeye (Zosterops lateralis) has a distinctive white ring around its eye. Its Māori name, tauhou, means stranger – it is a recent arrival, first noted in 1832 and established from 1856. It is now abundant all over New Zealand in a wide range of habitats – native forest, scrub, plantations, rural and urban orchards and gardens.
RMHEWT7E–Vulcan Foundry was a British locomotive builder sited at Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire (now part of Merseyside).
RMHEWRGE–The very last steam locomotive built for New Zealand Railways was Ja 1274 and it can be seen at Dunedin 's Otago Settlers Museum
RMHEWK4P–Pelicans frequent inland and coastal waters where they feed principally on fish, catching them at or near the water surface. Gregarious birds, they often hunt cooperatively and breed colonially.
RMHEWT7X–A coupling (or a coupler) is a mechanism for connecting rolling stock in a train. The design of the coupler is standard, and is almost as important as the track gauge, since flexibility and convenience are maximized if all rolling stock can be coupled together.
RMHEWKB6–Pride of Milford (Scenic Cruise) Vessel Type Catamaran, flat bow design Length / Beam 34m / 13m Max Displacement 169 tons Engines K19 Cummins – each 530 HP Cruising Speed 13 knots Capacity 400 pax VIP Room Capacity 42 pax, private viewing deck Viewing Decks 5 viewing decks – bow, stern, port and starboard wings and large top decks
RMHEWKHP–If you drive over the Port Hills down into Governor’s Bay and then drive towards Lyttelton, you will come across the small settlement of Rapaki which has a Marae, a small church, a very nice bay, and the jetty. It’s a very pleasant spot.
RMHEWN4R–Stuka, German in full Sturzkampfflugzeug (“dive-bomber”), a low-wing, single-engine monoplane—especially the Junkers JU 87 dive-bomber—used by the German Luftwaffe from 1937 to 1945, with especially telling effect during the first half of World War II. The Stuka was designed to employ the dive-bombing technique developed earlier by the U.S. Navy—i.e., diving on the target at a steep angle and releasing the bombs at low altitude for maximum accuracy before breaking away. The JU 87 had dive brakes to slow the dive and give the pilot more time to aim his airplane and, thereby, the bomb. It also
RMHEWT46–Vancouver is a coastal seaport city on the mainland of British Columbia, Canada. The 2011 census recorded 603,502 people in the city, making it the eighth largest Canadian municipality.
RMHEWRFF–Tr 54 is an early example of the rail tractor concept. Built in 1937 by Hudswell, Clarke of England, it was originally in service with New Zealand Public Works during construction of the Christchurch-Picton line, and was purchased by New Zealand Rail in 1950. After service at Addington (Christchurch) and Greymouth, Tr 54 was donated to Ferrymead Railway in 1966, where it served for many years as the shop shunter.
RMHEWM84–If you dont know what it does.....don't touch it!
RMHEWKMB–The front end of a boat is the bow. When you move toward the bow, it is called going forward. The rear of a boat is the stern. When you move toward the stern, you are going aft.
RMHEWKYP–A rope is a linear collection of plies, yarns or strands which are twisted or braided together in order to combine them into a larger and stronger form. Ropes have tensile strength and so can be used for dragging and lifting, but are far too flexible to provide compressive strength. As a result, they cannot be used for pushing or similar compressive applications. Rope is thicker and stronger than similarly constructed cord, line, string, and twine
RMHEWKXE–These gregarious marine birds are among the world's smallest penguins, standing about 20 inches (50 centimeters) tall. They have blood-red eyes, a red-orange beak, and pink webbed feet.
RMHEWKWT–Lupinus polyphyllus is a species of lupine native to western North America from southern Alaska and British Columbia east to Alberta and western Wyoming, and south to Utah and California.
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