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Figure 5.1 Presenter with a lavaliere microphone. Headphones Many cameras also include a built-in headphone jack so you can hear the audio in your video, during recording, by listening through the headphones. If you review the recorded video on the camera, the headphones enable you to hear the audio more clearly than you would while listening to the audio through the small speaker on your video camera. Headphones that cover the whole ear are especially useful because they block out external noises. By listening to the audio immediately at the recording location, you can determine whether it has been recorded well enough for your presentation. If it isn t recorded correctly, you can do the recording again. Camera Bag As your collection of recording accessories grows, you will need to find a way to keep all these accessories together. A good basic accessory is a video camera bag or case that is small enough to carry, but that has a lot of pockets and storage room. In addition to providing extra storage room, a video camera case or bag will also protect your camera when you move it from one place to another. Many camera cases and bags have built-in padding to protect the camera from damage. Furthermore, a camera bag will
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The HatShop e-commerce application is shaping up nicely. You ve added customer account functionality, and you re keeping track of customer addresses and credit card information, which is stored in a secure way. However, you re not currently using this information you re delegating responsibility for this to PayPal. In this and the next chapter, you ll build your own
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