…of the D7000 's sensor size. I like the D7000 's high ISO and how optically faithful the 35-50mm range is.
I bring it with me on trips and to major events, but I still find myself leaving it in the bag because I don't like having it around my neck or in my hand on all time. I inevitably take some photos with my iPhone.
I'm usually disappointed with my iPhone photos when I load them on the computer. The colors and res are sharp, but the wide angle distorts close-up …
…gave you remote access to the machine - even when things had gone badly wrong. You could even mount ISO files over the network - meaning you could install Operating Systems over it - great for when things had all gone a bit wrong, or even for upgrading with some peace of mind that you could access the machine regardless of what happened. When working with XenServer it was a pretty useful way of upgrading between major releases (for some reason it didn't allow remote upgrades).
In the …
…second and quicker, so given the aforementioned crappy lighting conditions you need to stay upwards of ISO 3200 most of the time.
This is one rare occasion where the camera and lens combination just needs be situated in the pricier segment, just because it's pretty much impossible to get a decent exposure in these lighting conditions if your equipment doesn't let in enough light or starts spitting noisy images at you as soon as you cross the boundaries of ISO 800.
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Highlights include: jobs , 1.1, 1.0, 3.2.3, 's Object on Rails book, the release some more awesome books and, of course, a lot more.wins a prize, is approved by the ISO, some awesome
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…mistakes we do. I don't believe they got all the settings on the camera, ie aperture, shutter speed, ISO, so many other minute details and finally the composition perfect on the first shot. They learned by trial and error.
And the issue of having a Facebook photography page. I only look upon it as a learning tool. It is a place I will get maximum exposure for my pictures. I have around 600+ friends on facebook, if I could get atleast 10 of them to like my page I get 20 eyeballs to scrutinize …
…operating system. The Zotac ZBOX has no CD drive, so I downloaded the UNetbootin to make a drive.ISO from the website, and I used
I plugged ancable from the Zotac into my , and I plugged a wired keyboard and mouse in the Zotac. I inserted the USB drive and booted it up. It automatically booted from the drive, and I selected Install.
Once the installation was finished, I had to go to-> and choose the HDMI …
For a few years, a group of Japanese academics have been working on formalizing the a specification they hoped would be accepted by ISO. From time to time, I have read through it, and I had one major concern.programming language into
Because Ruby 1.9 was still in a lot of flux when they were drafting the specification, the authors left a lot of details out. Unfortunately, some of these details are extremely important. Here's one example, from the specification of# :
…crossed the sun. The photo was made using a on his website . On his Discover blog, the BadAstronomer details some of the work Legault had to calculate through in order to determine his shot.5D Mark II mounted to a Takahashi FSQ -106ED refractor shooting 1/5000th of a second at ISO 100 - the results can be seen
…OpenOffice document attached to a blank wiki page. I'd bet that our users would stick huge ISO images into our db if we allowed them to. My suggestion is to start with a low limit and increase it if there is a business justification for it. Maybe one day Confluence will support S3 or Google storage as the backend for attachments, until then, keep the size limit low.
The db should be hosted on a dedicated server with lots of RAM. I'm fortunate enough to have DBAs that take …
…duncan: Photo of @ unclebobmartin on drums at # http://www.flickr.com/photos/oreillyconf/4688547550/( ISO 12800 in the dark)
@ spiceee call him (@unclebobmartin) butter cause he's on a roll # railsconf
# railsconf haiku Uncle Bob holds us | We are enraptured by him | Rambling? I think not!
Great speaker, although I had to de-follow him on twitter as I'm not into right wing politics.
If we have computers 10^25 times more powerful than 1960 then why …