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|neurostar||3:00pm on Saturday, October 30th, 2010|
|Beautiful results When this lens is put onto the camera it give you such beautiful shallow depth of field images. No-flash shooting enabler I bought this lens primarily to be able to shoot inside without a flash and it delivers well in this category.|
|tomwillson||1:04pm on Wednesday, September 8th, 2010|
|The review title says all - quite simply, this is an incredible piece of glass. I have used it on both film and digital EOS cameras, and at the price,...|
|sml-matt||8:34am on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010|
|Lightweight and small. Good for travel. Pictures are quite soft at wide open aperture, but once you get to F/2 it gets quite sharp. At F/1.|
|Togora||8:56pm on Thursday, July 15th, 2010|
|Not great, but not terrible either I purchased this lense with the primary intended use of capturing indoor performing arts action shots. Fantastic first lens Like many previous reviewers.|
|andyjoy||9:27am on Saturday, July 3rd, 2010|
|Excellant Lens Pro level lens in my opinion. I shoot semi-pro to pro most of the time. When I got this I took it out on a shoot right a way...|
|Globus123||11:12pm on Tuesday, June 15th, 2010|
|Even though with shipping the price is about a dollar more than other competitors, I trust Newegg in quality of service and guaranteed item delivery.|
|riffraff||10:16pm on Thursday, June 3rd, 2010|
|Excellent lens Only used the lens on a couple of occasions, but already very impressed with it. The lens is fast and the photos looks great.|
|JLP||9:05pm on Sunday, May 9th, 2010|
|I have to say this lens gives me results I never imagined getting with a camera. I only wish the same optical quality was found in other wide angle lens from Canon in the same price range.|
|Darius Powell||10:31am on Wednesday, April 28th, 2010|
|The perspective of canon ef 50mm (46 degree) on crop body(450D) is equal to 80mm (30 degree) on full frame (5D). Good street photography lens and decent indoors. Definitely my lens of choice for most shots still. Sharp photography and the f1.|
|fires10||12:38pm on Sunday, April 4th, 2010|
|I use this lens to take photos of my grandchildren. It delivers the crisp photos which I love. Consistent Output","Durable","Easily Interchangeable",... I felt so sorry I didn't buy this lens when I bought my Canon T1i, but 1 year later. Great Lens !A definite step up from my present lenses. Consistent Output","Easily Interchangeable","Fast / accurate auto-focus|
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Built to last, built to work!
The IC-F14/S series shows Icom sign. Simple operation for everyon for your daily business. Its very du shock and vibration. The dual rai battery pack to the radio. Wide r battery pack, loud and clear aud unit connector combined with Ico the IC-F14/S series will easily exc
Tough and reliable construction
The IC-F14/S series is built around an aluminum die-cast chassis and covered with tough polycarbonate casing. This radio is built to last. Its dual slide rail securely locks the battery to the radio. The battery terminal is covered with a non-corrosive rubber packing. The belt clip is clamped between the radio and the battery, making it nearly impossible to knock loose.
Having only 3 buttons, volume and channel knobs, the IC-F14/S series does not require special training to use. Positive button action for sure operation even when wearing gloves, allows you to get down to the business of communicating without fuss.
Wide frequency coverage
The IC-F14/S series covers a wide frequency range with one version (136174, 400470, 450512 (520) MHz). Wide and narrow channel spacing (25, 12.5kHz) is programmable per channel.
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Some options may not be available in some countries. Please ask your dealer for details. Battery packs BP-230N BP-232N BP-240 Type and capacity Li-Ion 7.4V/ 980mAh Li-Ion 7.4V/2000mAh AAA (LR03) batteries 6 Operating time* (VHF/UHF) 7.35 hours 16/15 hours Output power (VHF/UHF) 5W/4W 5W/4W 1W
BATTERY PACKS AND CASE
* Operating time is approximate time (at 20C). Tx: Rx: standby=5:5:90. Power save on.
BP-230N BP-232N BP-240
POWER SUPPLY CABLES
Lithium-Ion battery standard
The IC-F14/S series comes with a high capacity 2000mAh Li-Ion battery pack, BP232N, as standard. Li-Ion batteries have virtually no memory issues and allows you exible charging.
BC-171 BC-147 BC-145 BC-160 CP-17L OPC-515L
BC-171 DESKTOP CHARGER + BC-147 AC ADAPTER Charges the BP-232N in 10 hours (approx.).
The IC-F14/S series has an expansion socket for adding an optional board. Voice scrambler, man down and DTMF decoder features are available, depending on the installed board.
BC-160 DESKTOP CHARGER + BC-145 AC ADAPTER Charges the BP-232N in 3 hours (approx.). BC-119N + AD-106 + BC-145 is also available. : Charges the BP-232N in 3 hours (approx.).
CP-17L CIGARETTE LIGHTER CABLE, OPC-515L DC POWER CABLE For use with the BC-160 or BC-119N. (1216V DC required).
BELT CLIPS AND LEATHER BELT HANGERS
Most popular signalings built-in
Use the built-in 2-Tone, 5-Tone, CTCSS and DTCS capabilities as standard to set up your own talk groups and quiet stand-by when others are talking.
BC-121N+AD-106 (6 pcs.)
BC-121N MULTI-CHARGER + AD-106 CHARGER ADAPTER + BC-157 AC ADAPTER (Six AD-106s are required) Charges up to 6 battery packs in 3 hours (approx.) when BP-232N is attached. OPC-656 DC POWER CABLE : For use with the BC-121N. (1220V DC required).
HEADSETS and PTT/VOX UNIT
MB-93 : Swivel type belt clip. MB-94 : Alligator type. Same as supplied. MB-96N : Swivel type belt hanger. MB-96F : Fixed type belt hanger.
Multiple 2-Tone, Multiple 5-Tone
Up to 10 2-Tone/8 5-Tone codes can be decoded on a channel. When a matched tone is received, the following items are programmable for each code. Beep sound Answer back Stun LED blink Scan
MDC PTT ID and MDC emergency call functions are available (Transmit only) LED low battery alert TOT function and lock out penalty timer 2 step power saver Normal and priority scan 500mW loud and clear audio Optional VOX headset PC programming capability
HS-94 : Earhook headset with exible boom microphone. HS-95 : Behind-the-head headset with exible boom microphone. HS-97 : Throat microphone ts around your neck and picks up speech vibration. VS-1L : PTT/VOX unit. Required when using these headsets with the transceiver.
HM-153L : Durable earphone-microphone with revolving clip. HM-158L : Compact and durable body with plug screw connector. HM-159L : Full size durable speaker microphone. HM-166L : Light-weight earphone microphone with revolving clip. SP-13 : EARPHONE Provides clear audio in noisy environments.
STUBBY ANTENNAS FA-SC56VS : 150162MHz FA-SC57VS : 160174MHz FA-SC73US : 450490MHz CUT ANTENNAS FA-SC61VC : 136174MHz FA-SC61UC : 380520MHz
UT-108 DTMF DECODER
UT-109 VOICE SCRAMBLER UNIT
UT-110 VOICE SCRAMBLER UNIT
UT-124 MAN DOWN UNIT
Cut the antenna element to tune to a specic center frequency.
UT-108 : Provides DTMF, Selective call and ANI capabilities. UT-109 : Up to 32 scrambling codes are available. Version 01 is required. UT-110 : Up to 1020 scrambling codes are available. Version 01 is required. UT-124 : Automatically sends an emergency signal when the transceiver is left in a horizontal position for a preset time.
ANTENNAS FA-SC25V : 136150MHz FA-SC55V : 150174MHz FA-SC25U : 400430MHz FA-SC57U : 430470MHz FA-SC72U : 470520MHz
VHF AND UHF TRANSCEIVERS
Frequency range IC-F14/IC-F14S IC-F24/IC-F24S
: 136174MHz (U.S.A. and General) 400470MHz (U.S.A. and General) 450512MHz (U.S.A.) 450520MHz (General) : 16 (IC-F14, IC-F24) 4 (Max., IC-F14S, IC-F24S) : 12.5kHz/25kHz : 2.5kHz, 3.125kHz (VHF) 5kHz, 6.25kHz (UHF)
Sensitivity Squelch sensitivity
: 0.25V typ. (at 12dB SINAD) : 0.25V typ. (at threshold)
Adjacent channel selectivity : 75dB typ. (Wide) 65dB typ. (Narrow) Spurious response Intermodulation Hum and noise ratio Audio output power : 70dB : 74dB typ. : 50dB typ. (Wide) 45dB typ. (Narrow) : 500mW typ.
(at 5% distortion with an 8 load)
Number of channels Channel spacing PLL channel step
Power supply requirement : 7.2V DC Current drain (at 7.2V DC; approx.): Transmit High 1.5A 0.7A Low (1W) Receive stand-by 70mA rated output 300mA Antenna impedance : 50 Usable temperature range : 30C to +60C; 22F to +140F Dimensions (with BP-232N) : 53 (W) 120 (H) 42.4 (D) mm; (projections are not included) 2332 (W) 42332 (H)12132 (D) in Weight : 296g; 10.4oz (approx. with BP-232N)
External speaker connector: 2-conductor 3.5 (d) mm (18)/8 Applicable U.S. Military Specications
Icom makes rugged products that have been tested to and passed the following MIL-STD requirements and strict environmental standards.
Standard Method Low Pressure 500.4 High Temperature 501.4 Low Temperature 502.4-3 Temperature Shock 503.4 Solar Radiation 505.4 Rain Blowing/Drip 506.4 Humidity 507.4 Salt Fog 509.4 Dust Blowing 510.4 Vibration 514.5 Shock 516.5 Also meets equivalent MIL-STD-810-C, -D and -E. MIL 810F Procedure I, II I, II I, II I I I, III I I I, IV
Output power Frequency error Spurious emissions
: 5W (VHF), 4W (UHF) : 2.5ppm : 80dB typ.
Max. frequency deviation : 5.0/2.5kHz (Wide/narrow) SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
(May differ according to version)
Adjacent channel power : VHF 80/70dB typ. (Wide/narrow) UHF 75/68dB typ. (Wide/narrow) FM Hum and Noise : 46dB typ. (Wide) 40dB typ. (Narrow) : 60100% of max. deviation
Audio harmonic distortion : 3% typ. (AF 1kHz, 40% deviation) Modulation limiting Ext. microphone connector : 3-conductor 2.5 (d) mm (110)/2.2k
Measurements made in accordance with EIA/TIA-603. All stated specications are subject to change without notice or obligation. Icom, Icom Inc. and the Icom logo are registered trademarks of Icom Incorporated (Japan) in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Russia and/or other countries.
Belt clip, MB-94
Battery pack, BP-232N
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Using gas balloons is unlike any other flying. said Jonathan R. Trappe, world record holder for the longest gas balloon flight (68 hours, 46 minutes and 1,214 miles). There is no sound. No propellers, no jet engines. No burner, no heart-thumping rotors of a helicopter. Not even the wind that gliders experience. Youre going 25 knots with the wind without making a sound. This is true, silent flight. In May of this year, he crossed the English Channel. Safety is the most important aspect of this type of flying says Trappe. That takes meticulous strategic and tactical planning and equipment. In addition to an aircraft radio, he and his crew uses Icom IC-F14/S Series radios to coordinate the flight with the crew on the surface. When Im high in the air, the range of the Icom radio is a hundred miles. said Trappe. Its a good thing, too. Coordinating with the ground crew is extremely important. They need to be there right when I come down. Its not like we are landing in an airport. And they arent able to see him easily. He has reached altitudes of 17,930 feet, flown over open water, and at night. Other equipment he carries is an altitude encoding transponder, aviators breathing oxygen, pilot parachute, GPS, cell phone for ground communication (usually after landing), Sat phone to talk with his meteorologist that is not part of the chase team, and emergency locator beacon.
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On one flight, some enterprising ham radio operators were following his flight in the skies. His Icom crew radio has a privacy code (PL / CTCSS tone) programmed, so even if they found his frequency, he wouldnt hear them. Being the enterprising amateur radio hams that they are, they just tried all the privacy codes! said Trappe. There are 52 of them. My radio woke up and I heard their voices. I was very surprised to hear them calling me. It was awesome, actually. We talked for a while. Trappe is also a licensed ham operator. The night had grown very cold a mile up in the air and he was very happy to hear their voices break the quiet. They told him his flight was being covered on WRAL, the local CBS affiliate. I spoke with several different individuals and it was a welcome addition to the flight. Trappe said. One of the hams was an experienced commercial pilot, a 737 captain. Before
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I reached the Raleigh Durham airport, he telephoned the tower and briefed them on my flight, pointing the controller to our website and tracking information. It was this 737 captain that suggested on my Icom F14 that I flash the tower with my spotlight, so they could get a fix on me. It worked! Thanks to that 737 pilot, the interaction with his Icom IC-F14/S added a substantial safety factor by giving the tower an idea of what kind of aircraft he was, where he was, and the location of other aircraft in the sky. Tom Ohlsson of Red Dog Radios is the dealer that supplies Trappe with Icom radios. He said, Jonathan is an extreme sports guy and his professional approach is just like all other pros that participate in mountain climbing, Indy Car racing, SnoCats in Antarctica, or other extreme activities. You wont find a lot of holes in his safety plans, team, or equipment. He thinks of everything. Jonathans relationship with Red Dog Radios started when he did a Google search for VHF Portable Radio, said Ohlsson. He needed some custom tuned lightweight VHF airband antennas to deploy from his balloon. I built a portable J-Pole antenna fashioned from 300 ohm ladder line. In the course of our communications, Jonathan realized he needed an air-to-ground chase radio system. Icom has an excellent reputation in the avionics world, and Jonathan was very comfortable going with Icom land mobile products based on his prior experience with Icom airband radios.
At the time of purchase, the Icom F14 was the only economical VHF land mobile radio with a high capacity Lithium Ion battery, which was a hugely critical factor to Trappe. Now Icom offers two more excellent entry level radios with li-ion batteries, the F3011 and the F3001. Trappe and his team have been invited to his next big flight, the Mexican Bicentennial celebrations in Leon, Mexico in November. He will be flying a red, white, and green balloon cluster named La Independencia. The colors represent Mexicos flag. Icom will be there, in the skies and on the ground, connecting the pilot to the chase crews on the roads of Mexico.
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