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What to Consider When Choosing the DSLR Lens

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Do you ever feel indecisive when selecting a lens for your DSLR? I know it is very annoyance, because cost of lens is one of the consideration.So, before choosing a lens, ask yourself what you need, what is the object you want to captured using the lens? So, below is the three main factor that need to be considered before you buy your lens to suit your DSLR camera.1.Focal Length
2.Prime or Zoom
3.Maximum ApertureFocal Length
Distance of the objects is the impact to decide the focal length. Nearer object using shorter focal length, and further object using longer focal length. So, how to decide the number of focal length? Here is some example.below 35mm: Landscapes and Interiors
35mm to 70mm: Portraits
70mm to 300mm: Portraits and Sports
300mm and higher: Wildlife and Sports

Prime or Zoom
Prime lens is the lens that cannot zoom in or zoom out, but Zoom lens can do so. Zoom actually is controlling the focal length. Probably people will ask, why still have to choose for prime lens if I got better choice that can be zoom as I like? Here is some simple comparison.Cost: For same specification, prime lens is cheaper than zoom lens.
Quality: Most people are agree this, the picture taken by prime lens is better than zoom lens.
Weight: Prime lens is lighter, zoom lens is heavier.
Speed: In term of aperture, prime lens is faster than zoom lens.Flexibility: If you want to capture photo for all focal length such as landscape, interior, portrait, sport. You just need one zoom lens to zoom in and zoom out. If you prefer prime lens, may be you need three.
Price: Do you think total cost for three prime lenses will cheaper than one zoom lens?
Portability: Do you think carry three prime lenses will easier than one zoom lens?Maximum Aperture
Now what is the reason we have to decide the maximum aperture for a lens? Because the lenses have the wider maximum aperture normally are costly. Wider aperture allow more light in, narrower aperture allow less light in. If you taking indoor picture, the light condition indoor is not as good as outdoor, so you need wider aperture to let more light in, if not, the picture you taken will look dark.Another reason is to suit shutter speed. We need faster shutter speed to take picture for fast object. When your shutter speed is set to very short period, example 1/2000 second (just 0.005 second), and you do not set your aperture wider, then the picture you taken will become underexposure, it look dark.

Last, is about the depth of field, the blurry background is caused by this impact. Wider aperture is decrease the depth of field, background blurry; narrower aperture is increase the depth of field, background clearly.As conclusion of this topic, it is all about the monetary problem. If I do not consider about my economy status, I will choose focal length with 18mm – 300mm, zoom lens, maximum aperture by 1. But reality is cruel, I have to be more intellect, so I choose focal length 50mm, prime lens, with maximum aperture by 3.5.

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March 30, 2017 at 4:51 am

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2001 Aprilia RST 1000 Futura Front Wheel

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2001 Aprilia RST 1000 Futura Front Wheel

The Front Wheel of the motorcycle is mounted on the Front Axle between the Front Forks. The Condition of this part is Used.

A used Front Wheel will be straight and run true. All used wheels are checked for runout according to manufacturer specifications before being placed in inventory. Due to the nature of this component, stone chips, minor cosmetic blemishes and paint chips from tire changes are considered normal wear. No color choice on painted wheels. Bearings, if deemed servicable, are included at no extra charge. Always verify the condition of bearings before installing any wheel.

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January 9, 2017 at 6:44 am

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VeggieTales – Esther, The Girl Who Became Queen [VHS]

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A lonely trumpet solo and a narrator sporting a Jersey accent set a somewhat ominous, Godfather-esque stage for this stylish, 35-minute lesson about courage. But fear not: it’s a VeggieTales story after all, and it soon kicks into action. Based on the Bible story of Esther, “just an ordinary girl” who becomes queen of Persia, this animated retelling tosses in the usual cup of Veggie humor to lighten the flavor of its very serious message. Esther, a young green onion, cannot understand why she has been chosen to wed King Xerxes (played by the humble pickle, Mr. Nezzer). Her cousin Mordecai (Pa Grape) assures her that God must have a reason; she soon discovers that her entire family’s fate rests upon her ability to show courage under pressure. While this particular tale drops many of the comical sing-along aspects of other favorite VeggieTales (such as Dave and the Giant Pickle and Where Is God When I’m S-Scared), its strength comes from its story line; its rich, inspired artwork; and its impressive musical score. The creative team at Big Idea continues to produce quality Christian videos for the entire family. One quibble: there’s no “Silly Songs with Larry” segment. –Liane Thomas
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October 8, 2016 at 2:30 pm

Michael Kors Runway Pink Dial Rose Gold-tone Ladies Watch MK5931

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Rose gold-tone stainless steel case and bracelet. Fixed rose gold-tone bezel. Pink dial with rose gold-tone hands and index hour markers. Minute markers around the outer rim. Dial Type: Analog. Date display between 4 and 5 o’clock positions. Chronograph – three sub-dials displaying: 60 second, 60 minute and 24 hour. Quartz movement. Scratch resistant mineral crystal. Pull / push crown. Solid case back. Case diameter: 45 mm. Case thickness: 14 mm. Round case shape. Band width: 24 mm. Band length: 9.5 inches. Deployment clasp. Water resistant at 100 meters / 330 feet. Functions: chronograph, date, hour, minute, second. Casual watch style. Michael Kors Runway Pink Dial Rose Gold-tone Ladies Watch MK5931.
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July 28, 2016 at 10:31 am

Gaia Herbs Mental Alertness, 60 Liquid Phyto-Capsules

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Daily Wellness Mental Alertness supports mental clarity, focus & memory. Lack of focus and distractibility can make everyday activities a struggle. Mental Alertness helps enhance the cognitive functions of the brain with concentrated herbal extracts that support memory, concentration, and clear thought. The inclusion of plant-based antioxidants additionally helps protect the integrity of vessels that deliver blood to the brain.
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April 19, 2016 at 9:57 am

The Iron Floor Under UK Property Prices – And When You Should Invest Again

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The price of property is what someone is willing to pay for it. Or so the saying goes.But what determines the price that someone will pay?Well, until recently this was limited not by a capacity to pay – but by a willingness to chase up prices. So, it was demand driven – rather than controlled by a capacity to afford. Since last August the environment has changed utterly.The steady withdrawal of mortgages offers and the increase in the headline rates has been accompanied by a reduction in the Loan to Value from 125% to less than 90% for home buyers and now down to 75% for new-build investments.By standard economics – ie the balance of supply and demand – the collapse in the demand for houses, as shown by the ability to sell new homes (70% reduction reported by Bovis recently) should mean a collapse in house prices.Residential property doesn’t work like this.So, the point is that whilst new buyer demand for new homes may have collapsed, the general demand for homes or places to live is stable – because everyone is still living in a home, whether they rent it or buy it.Now, the big question is how will the developers react?Well, the first signs of this are good for property investors but pretty awful for the construction industry.Persimmon – UK’s biggest home builder – has led the way. They have stated that they will close all new sites. This means that they will build their existing projects more slowly, but they will not begin any new projects.The effect of this is to suck supply out of the market.Persimmon did have an alternative strategy – and they have rejected it. That strategy would have been to continue building as normal – with a slight reduction, perhaps – and try to sell their way through the construction recession.This is the approach taken by many developers in the early 90’s and it resulted in many going bust.I think Persimmon have made a smart move and are planning on a 2 to 3 year slump in construction.I also believe – but have no hard evidence – that this is a result of developers thin margins. In other words, the cost of construction has been rising rapidly as steel and raw materials shoot up in price. Add to this higher labour and health and safety costs, plus new government legislation on efficient houses which is in the pipeline and you can see that builders are on a hiding to nothing.If the big house builders had continued to construct as before and offered price cuts or added incentives they simply would have put themselves out of business.Now, this clearly means a very tough time lies ahead for the construction industry and there will be knock-on effects on the wider UK economy (ie fewer Polish builders renting property in the UK).However, the effect of this is to re-build demand for a price spurt in the years to come.Students of the Kate Barker report (which effectively set this target) will recall that the setting of the target (at 240,000) was designed to bring UK house price inflation back in line with normal European growth rates.Therefore, if there is a short fall against this target, then the long term price growth of UK property will be above European averages.And the more the achieved numbers fall short of the target, the higher UK price growth will be.Now, we must of course factor in an element of reduction in the house price target to reflect the fact that the economic (and therefore population via migration) growth of the UK will be more subdued.It is fair to say that the actual houses built vs those target is so far short that this will put an iron floor under UK property prices.Now, don’t read this the wrong way. In the next 3 years UK house prices will grow by an average of zero%.Adjust this for inflation of around 4% and your money will be worth 13% less in 3 years than it is now. Maybe 4% is a little high and you prefer a 3% forecast – either way, the result is negative growth.Equally, buy something now at a 15% ‘distressed’ price and your money will just about keep pace with inflation over the next three years.However, UK property will, when it finally emerges, see a sudden jump and a strong demand and an industry that isn’t able to match this demand with supply.This means that those smart house builders who have built up cash reserves and land but shed the construction worker jobs, will then start re-hiring and be in a strong position to benefit from a UK property upswing – starting around 2011.Until then, UK property is a strong hold – because there is an iron floor underneath UK property prices this will ensure they do not crash or collapse.My UK price forecast for 2008 remains in the -2.5% to -5% range and will be driven largely by constructors attempting to unwind positions and reduce supply.However, I expect this to take place in a controlled fashion and hence any softening in prices will be modest.Also, this size of price drop is not enough to make it worth selling a property (if you currently hold it) now and then re-buying in a few years time.So, what is the best strategy as I see it?Let’s look at what I forecast over the next three years. Here’s how I see it breaking down:
Year one: -5%
Year two: +2%
Year three: +3%
Net over three years = 0
So I would say, forget this year – and start looking for excellent deals next year and expect total growth over the following two years of around 5%.What will be crucial, though, is to achieve a genuine discount on market value of at least 15% to ensure real growth, net of inflation. Put yourself in this position and follow this timing and I believe you will be well placed to feel the benefits of the inevitable fast pick up in the UK market when it arrives.That is why UK property is a strong hold – but not a place to put new cash for at least one more year.

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April 9, 2016 at 6:11 pm

HX-WA20 – Camcorder – High Definition

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June 1, 2013 at 12:43 am

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