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mercredi 28 juin 2017

Agaves: fleurir et mourir...

Agaves en fleur

Photo Ricoh GR 

 

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samedi 24 juin 2017

Pourquoi la mer paraît-elle bleue ?

Les dents de la mer


La lumière blanche est la lumière émise par le soleil. Elle est composée d'un ensemble d'ondes de longueurs et couleurs différentes que l'on peut observer lors de l'apparition d'un arc-en-ciel:



Les objets, selon leur composition, absorbent certaines longueurs d'onde et en réfléchissent d'autres. Les ondes non absorbées donnent la couleur de l'objet. À titre d'exemple, une voiture de couleur rouge est couverte d'une peinture qui absorbe toutes les couleurs, hormis le rouge qu'elle diffuse.

Certains objets, lorsqu'ils sont peu épais uniquement, ont la propriété de laisser passer toutes les longueurs ondes. Ils sont alors transparents. C'est le cas de l'eau liquide sur une faible épaisseur.

Dès lors que l'épaisseur devient importante, il se produit systématiquement un phénomène d'absorption / diffusion. Or, les molécules d'eau absorbent les longueurs d'ondes de couleurs rouge et jaune et diffusent les longueurs d'ondes bleues. 

On comprend donc pourquoi en bordure de rivage l'eau est transparente, alors qu'elle paraît bleue dès que la profondeur augmente.


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Balade en mer

Sans titre

Photo prise avec un appareil de poche à capteur de reflex: le ?



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vendredi 16 juin 2017

Garmin Fenix 5 X: je suis ici !

Garmin Fenix Photo Ricoh GR 

 La Garmin Fenix 5X à cartographie intégrée

 


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samedi 10 juin 2017

Test de la montre Garmin Fenix 5 X: changement du bracelet QuickFit




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LE TEST DE LA GARMIN FENIX 5X:





Garmin propose un système breveté appelé QuickFit. Il permet de changer le bracelet des montres Fenix 5 en un tour de main et l'adapter ainsi à votre style vestimentaire.  La largeur du bracelet de la Fenix 5X est de 26 mm (voir ci-après pour les autres modèles de la gamme Fenix 5) :



Le changement de bracelet est ultra-rapide et le système d'attache parfaitement sécurisé.  

Le système QuickFit en vidéo (vidéo Garmin):



Les différents types de bracelets proposés pour la Fenix 5X (tarifs doux chez Amazon France):

- En silicone (plusieurs couleurs):



- En cuir (superbe) :






- En métal (le plus cher...) :






Remarque: en dimension 22 mm, les bracelets Quickfit sont compatibles avec les appareils suivants :

- Fenix 5
- Approach S60
- Forerunner 935
- Quatix 5
- Quatix 5 Sapphire


En dimension 20 mm,  les bracelets Quickfit sont compatibles avec la Fenix 5S uniquement.

PARTIE 7 à venir...


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Amphore reconstituée

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 Photo prise avec un appareil de poche: le http://amzn.to/2t5dLAg




jeudi 8 juin 2017

Garmin Fenix 5 X: les dernières mises à jour et l'historique

Garmin Fenix 5X


LIEN CONNEXE: LES PROBLÈMES RENCONTRÉS AVEC LA GARMIN FENIX 5X:



La liste des firmwares successifs:


Changes made from version 3.30 to 4.10:

  • Added support for Connect IQ 2.3.1 SDK. See the Connect IQ 2.3.1 SDK for a list of new features.
  • Added support for pre-defined Alarm labels. (Menu > Clock > Alarm Clock > Select an alarm > Label)
  • Added support for new VIRB remote commands.
  • Added support for adding widgets through the context menu. (Scroll to a widget > Menu Key)
  • Improved the VIRB widget to accurately reflect the settings available on the connected VIRB, which may vary with model.
  • Fixed an issue where the activity summary information for multisport profiles only represented data from the last leg.
  • Fixed an issue where the device screen seems to pulsate when using a white background, in low power mode.
  • Fixed an issue where ConnectIQ data fields were not able to record information to FIT files.
  • Fixed an issue where the HMD configuration won't match what is being displayed on device.
  • Fixed an issue where the device backlight would not work as expected when Do Not Disturb was enabled.
  • Fixed an issue where the 'Lap Ascent' field was not displaying valid data on the lap alert page.
  • Fixed an issue where the Indoor Row summary information was displaying distance metrics, instead of stroke data.
  • Fixed a potential issue where the device could freeze when dismissing multiple smart notifications.
  • Fixed a potential issue where the Training Effect value on post activity summary won't match the value shown on Garmin Connect.
  • Improved the consistency of routing results when using segments with courses.
  • Fixed an issue where the map wouldn't feel responsive when the user was off-course at the beginning of a navigation.
  • Fixed an issue where the distance remaining field would not update when using segments.
  • Fixed a potential issue where certain CIQ watchfaces could crash the device. (Requires Display 2.30)
  • Made various bug fixes and code improvements to improve stability.

Changes made from version 2.96 to 3.30:

  • Added support for hiding the distance to next field, shown by default on the map page while navigating. (Settings > Navigation > Data Screens > Map > Data Field)
  • Added support for viewing navigation data pages on the Head Mounted Display (HMD).
  • Improved the reliability of LiveTrack.
  • Fixed an issue where the unit could crash if one were to remove all data pages for an activity profile.
  • Fixed an issue where invalid golf scorecard files were being uploaded, if one were to pause their golf round before connecting to Express.
  • Fixed an issue where coordinate entry was not working correctly for Russian and Hungarian.
  • Fixed an issue where the Golf app was not available in the app list.

Changes made from version 2.95 to 2.96:

  • Added support for a new app, 'Boating'.
  • Improved the responsiveness of steps auto-goal.
  • Improved the power controls menu and introduced a 'disabled' state for connected features like Find My Phone, Music Controls etc. These applications will no longer disappear from the power controls menu, when the user has lost connection to the Garmin Connect Mobile App.
  • Improved the lap times accuracy reported by the Stopwatch.
  • Fixed a potential issue, where 'Music Controls' would intermittently lose connection with the smartphone.
  • Fixed an issue, where the device could crash when attempting navigation to a nearby location with all GPS enabled profiles disabled.
  • Fixed an issue, where the watch would incorrectly report that GPS signal was lost, while using UltraTrac.

Changes made from version 2.72 to 2.95:

  • Added support for Connect IQ SDK 2.3.
  • Added support for managing automatic software updates (Settings > System > Software Update > Auto Update). Setting Auto Update to 'Off' will disable downloads of software updates using Garmin Connect Mobile and Wi-Fi.
  • Added support for managing unit settings for pressure, altimeter and temperature from corresponding widget settings menu.
  • Improved altimeter calibration for activities that were paused for extended periods of time.
  • Improved the layout of the alarm page.
  • Improved the activity settings menu by hiding GPS specific settings when GPS is turned off.
  • Improved the reliability of LiveTrack.
  • Updated the summary view to include average Pace data for a pool swim activity.
  • Fixed a potential issue where the currently selected watch face may change after a software update.
  • Fixed an issue where the device could crash when applying a FaceIt watch face from the Garmin Connect Mobile App.
  • Fixed an issue where the 'Uninstall' option on the Garmin Connect Mobile App would not work as intended.
  • Fixed an issue, where the option to 'Copy Activity' was present in the main menu for non-copyable apps like Golf.
  • Fixed an issue, where the unit would crash when creating a custom alert for a new 'Other' app.
  • Fixed an issue, where the virtual partner fields, 'Time Ahead' and 'Time Behind' won't update during an activity.
  • Fixed an issue, where an empty elevation plot was being displayed during activity review for apps like, 'Rowing', which doesn't record elevation data.
  • Fixed an issue, where alarms deleted on the Garmin Connect Mobile App would not reflect correctly on the device.
  • Fixed an issue, where the user would not get alert popups during a Lactate Threshold or FTP guided workout.
  • Fixed an issue, where GPS could become enabled for indoor profiles after performing an altimeter calibration.
  • Fixed an issue, where the device was calculating VO2 max for activities using UltraTrac.
  • Fixed an issue, where the 'Do Not Disturb' window was not updated when travelling across time zone boundaries.
  • Fixed an issue, where the user could not send tracks or waypoints to the device from BaseCamp.
  • Fixed an issue, where the 'navigate' app won't start navigation, when picking a random location on the map.
  • Fixed an issue, where one couldn't rename a course on the device.
  • Fixed a potential issue, where a Fenix 5X device could crash while loading segments with names that had special characters.
  • Fixed a potential issue, where saving a new round trip course could corrupt an existing round trip course on the device.
  • Fixed a potential issue, where panning and zooming BirdsEye imagery on the map could crash the device.
  • Fixed a potential issue, where the watch could crash when generating a round trip course with the system language set to Czech.

Changes made from version 2.40 to 2.72:

  • Added support for GroupTrack with Livetrack. (Garmin Connect Mobile > Menu > Livetrack > GroupTrack.)
  • Added support for Bontrager bike lights.
  • Added support for 'Countdown Start' when using Pool Swim. (Settings > Activities and Apps > Pool Swim > Pool Swim Settings > Countdown Start)
  • Added support for recording FIT files with Golf activities.
  • Added instructional tips for the Training Status page and Performance widget.
  • Added support for CIQ apps to access Bike Light features.
  • Added support for Running Dynamics Pod
  • Fixed an issue with Virtual Partner not displaying time ahead/behind information correctly.
  • Fixed an intermittent issue where the Fenix device won't auto connect to the Mobile app after powering up.
  • Fixed a couple of scenarios where the 'In-activity' backlight settings were not being respected.
  • Fixed an issue where the device could crash while creating custom alerts for 'Other' apps
  • Fixed an issue where Wi-Fi was still offered as a Hotkey on non-WIFI devices.
  • Fixed a potential issue with Portuguese and Hebrew keyboards.
  • Fixed a potential issue where LiveTrack does not stop after ending an activity.
  • Fixed crash that could occur when course files with special characters were loaded.
  • Fixed a potential issue where the device is not able to import certain GPX files. 
  • Improved the consistency of POI results when using Around Me
  • Made general improvements to increase product stability.
  • Made improvements to Round-Trip Routing.
  • Improved the consistency of POI results when using Around Me
  • Improved messaging for when a course exceeds the device's course point limit.



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mercredi 7 juin 2017