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Samsung Handytasche »Protective Standing Cover ...
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25,61 € *
zzgl. 5,95 € Versand

Das Protective Standing Cover bietet einen robusten Schutz für das Galaxy S9+. Es ist zusätzlich mit einem integrierten und ausklappbaren Standfuß ausgestattet, sodass man Videos komfortabel im Querformat ansehen kann. Highlights: Starker Schutz für Rahmen und Rückseite , Ausklappbarer Standfuß zum Aufstellen im Querformat, Idealer Betrachtungswinkel zum Ansehen von Filmen und Videos, Sicherer Halt dank griffiger Cover-Oberfläche, Original Samsung Zubehör, Passend für Samsung Galaxy S9+, Grundeigenschaften Produkttyp: Handytasche, Tasche Taschenart: HardCover, Passform gerätespezifisch, Standfunktion, Lieferumfang Samsung Protective Standing Cover EF-RG965 für Galaxy S9+*, *Das abgebildete Smartphone ist nicht im Lieferumfang enthalten. Kompatibel zu: Galaxy S9+ G965F

Anbieter: OTTO
Stand: 25.02.2020
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Intempo 1080P Action Cam
24,99 € *
zzgl. 1,49 € Versand

Capture those special moments in glorious high definition with this brilliant action camera from Intempo. An essential for any action packed activities or holidays, with this camera you can take footage while skiing, cycling or doing water sports. With a video resolution of 1080P, the camera captures sharp detail through a wide 90 degree camera which ensures you will not miss a thing. Featuring several straps and attachments you can easily fasten the compact camera to a helmet or your wrist.Features:Relive amazing moments with this brilliant waterproof action camera which has a wide lens so you will never miss a thing.Perfect for filming activities such as skiing, water sports and much more the camera comes with attachments for secure fastening.Featuring an built-in microphone and speaker your videos will be accompanied by crystal clear sound so you can capture everything.The camera can be used to take still pictures as well as videos with an amazing 1080p resolution for glorious high definition footage.With a protective case included, the rechargeable camera is lightweight and compact so you can easily film others whilst adventuring.

Anbieter: Zavvi
Stand: 25.02.2020
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Samsung Handytasche »Protective Standing Cover ...
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32,08 € *
zzgl. 5,95 € Versand

Das Protective Standing Cover bietet einen robusten Schutz für das Galaxy S9+. Es ist zusätzlich mit einem integrierten und ausklappbaren Standfuß ausgestattet, sodass man Videos komfortabel im Querformat ansehen kann. Highlights: Starker Schutz für Rahmen und Rückseite , Ausklappbarer Standfuß zum Aufstellen im Querformat, Idealer Betrachtungswinkel zum Ansehen von Filmen und Videos, Sicherer Halt dank griffiger Cover-Oberfläche, Original Samsung Zubehör, Passend für Samsung Galaxy S9+, Grundeigenschaften Produkttyp: Handytasche, Tasche Taschenart: HardCover, Passform gerätespezifisch, Standfunktion, Lieferumfang Samsung Protective Standing Cover EF-RG965 für Galaxy S9+*, *Das abgebildete Smartphone ist nicht im Lieferumfang enthalten. Kompatibel zu: Galaxy S9+ G965F

Anbieter: OTTO
Stand: 25.02.2020
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Veho VCC-006-K2S Actionsport-Kamera Full HD CMO...
99,23 € *
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Introducing the new sports bundle for the Muvi K-Series K-2 camcorder from Veho. Film full high definition 1080p @ 60fps or 720p @ 120fps video that produces superb quality and clarity, making the Muvi K2 Sport perfect for capturing ultra-smooth fast moving action sports or for taking video for slow-motion playback. The Muvi K-2 Sport has a built-in high quality 16MP resolution camera which has a selection of photo modes for you to capture any moment the way you like, such as time lapse, high speed photo burst and 180° rollover mode. The Muvi K-2 Sport comes with a protective black silicone case that safeguards your K-Series camera without the need to house it in the waterproof case. Protect your K-Series from rain, dust and scratches for sports such as biking, skiing, skateboarding and free running. The large 1500mAh interchangeable lith-ion smart battery ensures that your K-Series stays charged for up to 4 hours of recording time, which makes it one of the largest batteries on the handsfree camera market. The Muvi K-Series has built-in Wi-Fi with a range of up to 60 metres, which allows you to connect and pair with your smartphone or tablet with the free iOS or Android app. The Muvi K-Series app allows you to live view, record and even share your content straight onto social media. Just like the Muvi K-2 NPNG, your K-Series Sport bundle comes with a rugged protective carry case, so you can transport and store your camera and its accessories safely whilst on your travels. The Muvi K-2 Sport also ships with other accessories such as tripod mounts, flat & curved 3M adhesive pads, CMOS lens protector, lanyard, decals and much more. Key Features - Capture full high definition 1080p @ 60fps or 720p @120fps video that produces superb quality and clarity - Shoot 16MP single photos, time lapse or fast burst of up to 10 photos per second to ensure you never miss an important moment - Large 1500mAh interchangeable lith-ion smart battery for up to 4 hours record time - Record, live view and share your content with the world with the built-in Wi-Fi Muvi K-Series and free smartphone app - Retail box is also a protective rugged carry case to keep your K-Series safe on your travels Box Contents - Muvi K-Series K-2 Camera - Rugged Case - Black Silicone Case - Battery - USB Charging Cable - K-Series Tripod Mount - Curved 3M Mount - Flat 3M Mount - Velcro Mount - CMOS Protector - Lanyard - No Proof No Glory Sticker - No Proof No Glory Decal - Muvi Decal - Quick start guide (English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Japanese) - Manual on CD

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.02.2020
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Copyright for DVDs - High-Tech Development - Bl...
5,40 CHF *
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Seminar paper from the year 2003 in the subject Law - Media, Multimedia Law, Copyright, grade: 62 %, Bond University Australia (Law School), course: Intellectual Property, 23 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Following up the last mentioned development, the copyright of DVD's and the protective sanctions, which the copyright owners of the film industry imposed, will be the central focus of the assignment. However, the paper will not address the issue of downloading film data from the Internet. For the purpose of that paper, the question of backing up purchased DVD's will be the major focus. Under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), film is defined under secondary work. In order to distinguish works from secondary works, the Copyright Act 1968 defines 'protection of forms of expression that are artistic, literary, dramatic and musical items'4 as works, whereas mechanical rights, 'such as films, sound recordings, television broadcasts and published editions'5 are defined as secondary work. The reason for that differentiation is that secondary work is generally based on a work. However, the copyrights exist independent of each other simultaneously.6 Furthermore, 'film is defined as the aggregate of visual images capable of being shown as a moving picture, including the soundtrack.'7 This also includes movies which are made by computer animation, such as Finding Nemo for example. Moreover, even interactive video games fall under the definition of film since the decision of Saga Enterprises LTD v Galaxy Electronics Pty Ltd (1997) 147 ALR 2. However, the paper will not deal with cinematographic films defined under that case (interactive games) but will only focus on movies in a classical understanding. As previously mentioned, the film industry developed several protective strategies, which were supposed to resist against copyright piracy. However, the copyright owners had to face several bitter discomfitures. A 15-year-old Norwegian used basic mathematic formulas and cracked the protective code. New high-tech technology offers devices for easy DVD copying of already purchased products. The segmentation of the market in several area codes is facing the test of the infringement of competition law. Also subject to the question of competition law was the question dealt with in the Australian case Australian Video Retailers Association Ltd v Warner Home Video Pty Ltd [2001] FCA 1719, where Australian Video Retailers refused to accept the Warners approach of introducing two different DVD types on the market, one for retail and one for rental.[...] 4 Quirk, P., Forder, J., Electronic Commerce and The Law, p. 181. 5 s. above, p. 181. 6 s. above, p. 181. 7 s. above, p. 187.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.02.2020
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Copyright for DVDs - High-Tech Development - Bl...
3,99 € *
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Seminar paper from the year 2003 in the subject Law - Media, Multimedia Law, Copyright, grade: 62 %, Bond University Australia (Law School), course: Intellectual Property, 23 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Following up the last mentioned development, the copyright of DVD's and the protective sanctions, which the copyright owners of the film industry imposed, will be the central focus of the assignment. However, the paper will not address the issue of downloading film data from the Internet. For the purpose of that paper, the question of backing up purchased DVD's will be the major focus. Under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), film is defined under secondary work. In order to distinguish works from secondary works, the Copyright Act 1968 defines 'protection of forms of expression that are artistic, literary, dramatic and musical items'4 as works, whereas mechanical rights, 'such as films, sound recordings, television broadcasts and published editions'5 are defined as secondary work. The reason for that differentiation is that secondary work is generally based on a work. However, the copyrights exist independent of each other simultaneously.6 Furthermore, 'film is defined as the aggregate of visual images capable of being shown as a moving picture, including the soundtrack.'7 This also includes movies which are made by computer animation, such as Finding Nemo for example. Moreover, even interactive video games fall under the definition of film since the decision of Saga Enterprises LTD v Galaxy Electronics Pty Ltd (1997) 147 ALR 2. However, the paper will not deal with cinematographic films defined under that case (interactive games) but will only focus on movies in a classical understanding. As previously mentioned, the film industry developed several protective strategies, which were supposed to resist against copyright piracy. However, the copyright owners had to face several bitter discomfitures. A 15-year-old Norwegian used basic mathematic formulas and cracked the protective code. New high-tech technology offers devices for easy DVD copying of already purchased products. The segmentation of the market in several area codes is facing the test of the infringement of competition law. Also subject to the question of competition law was the question dealt with in the Australian case Australian Video Retailers Association Ltd v Warner Home Video Pty Ltd [2001] FCA 1719, where Australian Video Retailers refused to accept the Warners approach of introducing two different DVD types on the market, one for retail and one for rental.[...] 4 Quirk, P., Forder, J., Electronic Commerce and The Law, p. 181. 5 s. above, p. 181. 6 s. above, p. 181. 7 s. above, p. 187.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.02.2020
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