Marijuana fields on google earth
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Marijuana Field in Raperswilen, Switzerland (Google Maps) Marijuana Field. Raperswilen, Switzerland (CH) The Swiss police stumbled a large marijuana plantation in Raperswilen (Switzerland) while using Google Earth. Officers discovered the hemp field in the northeastern canton (state) of Thurgau last year while investigating an alleged drug ring. Source: : Neotrix. Jul 13, · CALIFORNIA: Venture into the virtual world of Google’s satellite imagery and one can find, throughout the Santa Cruz Mountains, what appear to be very real, very large marijuana grows. Visible to anyone with an Internet connection, the sites appear to be well-financed operations, frequently with bulldozed sites, long greenhouses and even staff. Feb 06, · Read the full story here: Environmental sociologist Anthony Silvagg.
Marijuana fields on google earth.Marijuana Field in Raperswilen, Switzerland (Google Maps)
Oct 23, · US police have used Google Earth satellite imagery to identify illegal rows of marijuana plants being cultivated by a drug farmer. Authorities in . Feb 06, · Staff Google Earth, the extremely popular free satellite mapping software was used as a mapping device by Swiss authorities who announced today that they had found a large marijuana plantation while using it. Feb 06, · Read the full story here: Environmental sociologist Anthony Silvagg.
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Russian 2.1-megapixel digital camera RoverShot RS2100 from Rover Computers
The Russian company Rover Computers announced the start of production of Russian digital cameras under the RoverShot trademark. The 2.1-megapixel RoverShot RS2100 is already on sale today. 3.1-megapixel camera slated to go into production in October.
RoverShot RS2100 is equipped with a 2.1-megapixel CCD-matrix, which allows you to take photos with a resolution of up to 1600 x 1200. The camera has a fixed focus with 2x digital zoom. The camera lens consists of 5 elements (glass) and has a focal length equivalent to 41 mm for a standard 35 mm camera.
The camera has a built-in 1.5-inch LCD screen that can be turned off to conserve battery power, in which case the standard viewfinder can be used. The built-in flash has several modes of operation, including red-eye reduction. Multi-zone programmed AE, 5 white balance modes including manual, macro mode, built-in self-timer and one-press burst allow you to get the perfect shot in all conditions. The RoverShot RS2100’s built-in 16MB memory allows you to store from 16 frames (1600 x 1200) to 46 (800 x 600). Additionally, the camera can use Secure Digital (SD) memory cards. It is also possible to connect the camera to a personal computer via the USB interface.
In addition to being used as a standard digital photo camera, the RoverShot RS2100 can be connected to a regular TV (the camera is equipped with a video output of the PAL / NTSC standard). By connecting RoverShot RS2100 to a computer via a USB port, it can be used as a web camera.
The RoverShot RS2100 package includes a complete set of required cables and software, as well as batteries.
Recommended retail price of new items – $ 195. View the full RoverShot RS2100 datasheet here.