Hot Shoe

A hot shoe is a mounting point on the top of a camera to attach a flash unit.

Read more about Hot Shoe:  Design, Voltages, History and Use, Modern Cold Shoes, Non Flash Items On The Hot Shoe

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The Hot Shoe
... The Hot Shoe is a 2005 documentary film which also reveals the history and development of card counting ... Blackjack players interviewed for The Hot Shoe include Ian Andersen Andy Bloch Anthony Curtis Peter Griffin Tommy Hyland Max Rubin Ralph Stricker Edward Thorp Olaf Vancura Stanford Wong ...
The Rollei 35 Standard Model - Development
... of the engineering model was exchanged for a rewind crank, and a hot shoe was added for mounting an electronic flash at the base plate ... Placing the hot shoe on top of the camera was not feasible because of the underlying exposure meter and transmission gear ... Mounting the hot shoe at the frame cover would likely cause damage when using one of the heavy flash lights of that time ...
Non Flash Items On The Hot Shoe
... Manufacturers in the 21st century still make non-flash items which mount on the hot shoe of their cameras ... For instance, for the Olympus XZ-1, one can buy items such as a stereo microphone or three different models of electronic viewfinder ...
Calk - Process of Shoeing
... Before beginning to shoe, the farrier removes the old shoe using pincers (shoe pullers) and trims the hoof wall to the desired length with nippers, a ... Shoes do not allow the hoof to wear down as it naturally would in the wild, and it can then become too long ... Shoes are then measured to the foot and bent to the correct shape using a hammer and anvil, and other modifications, such as taps for shoe studs, are added ...
Kenny Coolbeth - Career
... He also won the AMA National Hot Shoe 505 Expert and the 750/1000 Expert races at DeLeon Springs, Florida ... He also won the AMA National Hot Shoe 750/1000 race at Savannah, Georgia ... He won two AMA Nat'l Hot Shoe 505 Expert races ...

Famous quotes containing the words shoe and/or hot:

    A little neglect may breed mischief ... for want of a nail, the shoe was lost; for want of a shoe the horse was lost; and for want of a horse the rider was lost.
    Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790)

    When shot, the deer seldom drops immediately, but runs sometimes for hours, the hunter in hot pursuit. This phase, known as ‘deer running,’ develops fleet runners, particularly in deer- jacking expeditions when the law is pursuing the hunters as swiftly as the hunters are pursuing the deer.
    —For the State of Maine, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)