Paleonet: Paleonet Digest, Vol 122, Issue 5

Elizabeth Morosi elimor37 at yahoo.com
Mon Aug 14 04:07:36 GMT 2017


Dear colleagues,
We just published a paper about:Dietary andpalaeoenvironmental inferences in Neolicaphrium recens Frenguelli, 1921(Litopterna, Proterotheriidae) using carbon and oxygen stable isotopes (LatePleistocene; Uruguay) 
If you are interested in it, you can download the full pdf in the next link
 http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/dIxyKu8jgjNeQEYr9cuk/full


Regards, 
Elizabeth Morosi PhD Researcher   ICG - Paleontología  Facultad de Ciencias (UdelaR). Iguá 4225. ZIP 11400Montevideo, Uruguay 

    El Lunes, 8 de mayo, 2017 9:00:13, "paleonet-request at paleonet.org" <paleonet-request at paleonet.org> escribió:
 

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Today's Topics:

  1. Re:  Point-&-shoot digital camera (Behrensmeyer, Kay)
  2.  Camera (Parsley, Ronald L)


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Date: Sun, 7 May 2017 14:06:16 +0000
From: "Behrensmeyer, Kay" <BEHRENSA at si.edu>
To: PaleoNet <paleonet at paleonet.org>
Subject: Re: Paleonet: Point-&-shoot digital camera
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I got a Nikon Coolpix S7000 in London duty-free on the way to Kenya last summer.  It cost about $180.  It?s a truly amazing little camera, with a 40x super zoom, good macro capabilities and video, minimal delay in the shutter, fine in low light conditions, and the screen is visible in bright light.  Also the battery has a good charge-life.

I wanted a point and shoot camera with a view finder, but there are very few of them now, so I went with this one.  I have been very happy with it.

Hope this helps,

Kay Behrensmeyer

From: paleonet-bounces at paleonet.org [mailto:paleonet-bounces at paleonet.org] On Behalf Of Frank Holterhoff
Sent: Sunday, May 07, 2017 1:09 AM
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Subject: Paleonet: Point-&-shoot digital camera

Hi all,
I'm looking for recommendations for an inexpensive digital camera to use in the field, and to take decent closeups (not rigorous macrophotography) indoors or outdoors.  I was thinking under US$200, and hopefully around or under US$100 if possible.

In addition to great resolution, I'm particularly looking for:
  - A bright camera monitor so I can see what I'm doing in bright sunshine.
  - Something that works at reasonably fast shutter speed (my hands are starting to get a little shaky & some of my pics show it!)
Please share your experiences.

Thanks and regards,
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Frank Holterhoff
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Date: Sun, 7 May 2017 15:53:27 +0000
From: "Parsley, Ronald L" <parsley at tulane.edu>
To: "paleonet at paleonet.org" <paleonet at paleonet.org>
Subject: Paleonet: Camera
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I agree with Kay Behrensmeyer that it is the type of camera you want.  I use a similar Nikon Coolpix P510 (about the same as a P530).  This camera is very versatile and reliable.  The macro quality is good enough to photograph bugs and its telephoto is up to 40X.  You can set it to shutter priority to lessen hand shake.  At 16 MP it will produce a page sized print with great clarity.  You can get it in red so it is easy to spot.  ............  Ron Parsley

Dr. Ronald L. Parsley, Prof. Emeritus
Professor of Paleobiology
Dept. of Earth & Environmental Sciences            and                  Research Associate
Tulane University                                                                          Smithsonian Institution
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118                                                      Dept. of Paleobiology
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Email: < parsley at tulane.edu>





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