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"fuji lab" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

09:00 min | 9 months ago

"fuji lab" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"One thie Fuji Labs there that they're part of the response and Um well, Figure out where we are on this stuff. We will not ask you about that Other story, though. I made a decision. All right, let me grab a quick phone call. We're going to talk to the Commissioner. Todd, Go right ahead. I just have a couple of minutes. I warn you. I promise it won't take long. Yeah. My first Amendment your first then that our freedom of speech. People are dying because I'm sorry, but old I want to say some different one. A silent these doctors. There's a chance that people can live and you're making it. Political Governor Cooper. I hope you're listening to me right now. If you allow this, and you're not allowed people to survive with a possible remedy your guilty before God Before every red blooded American in this country, you're guilty and you need to walk away. I am so mad Casey, I don't call you guys to bitch about anything but that to me off a sensor doctors because, because it's political. I hope you tear this FBI op. I hope you tear everybody up. You have Ma permission is a red blooded American. When I have a question, did the director of the FBI haven't seen anything? We're Stephen Han has I'm in. And I'm not passion that I didn't even know you were interview. I just woke up. No, no, no, but But here's the deal. I'm also I will ask you about stuff like this on and you know, one of one of the questions that I have is We've gotten. We've gotten into this whole weird thing where we've taken a generic over the counter drug and made it into a political firestorm. From an F for FDA from an FDA stand point I like I don't even understand how we get there. So my child or my my kids and I can't use this because it's been banned by the state of North Carolina Traumas coming Okay, Well, alright. Alright. Appreciate to call there, Todd. No, that's Ah, There's a lot of people that are very upset about the large large swaths of this. So let's let's dive into it. Okay, because we get we're kind of only have about seven minutes. So I want to get into it. Commissioner of the FDA, Steve Han joining us now, here on the Casey owed a radio program. Good morning to you, sir. How are you doing today? How are you? It's great to be on your show. Appreciate the invitation and my best to everybody in the Tardis state. Well, I appreciate that. So the president has been busy. Everyone loves those was here. Pence was here and And the reason the president was here on Monday is obviously in our research Triangle Park. We have companies that are part of the larger solution. This this this vaccine solution in The problem that we have hiss people still don't know from a timeline standpoint or effectiveness standpoint, is having this conversation last night. What is the best case scenario and where are we add in your opinion as FDA commissioner You're right. There is a lot of back and forth about this. You know, I'm a cancer doctor, and I was a kid, Sir. Doctor before I became empty commissioner and I've told my patients all the time. I don't have a crystal ball, and I realized that you're You're not asking me for perfection here. No, but I think I think you know my reader. The situation is that we've made incredible progress. Uh, I don't think any nation on earth could have done what the U. S has done with respect. Expediting this and we haven't cut corners and how we've developed it, and we won't cut corners of the FDA and how assess it, But we've been able to compress the timeline in case there's real lessons for here for FDA for everyone on how to do this moving forward, not Justin Cove in 19 So I am cautiously optimistic that will be able to meet the end of year early next year. But it's all going to depend on the data that comes from these clinical trials. And I also learned as a cancer researcher that you can't prejudge that. You don't know what the answer is. You have to let data sort of come out. So you know, I'm hoping that this fall slash winter FDA will see the data from the trials and then our son will take a look at those data and will use are very rigorous criteria for safety and effectiveness, because you know, one of the things I've heard from folks and I heard it in North Carolina when I was with the vice president this week is Some people are concerned that it's being rushed and that corner's might be cut in terms of our assessment of safety and efficacy. And I just want to assure people that FDA is on the job. You know, we have really good folks who do this and world class scientists. Okay, Well, then what? What is what is it? You're able to move faster that? Yeah, because if you tell me it's not rush from a safety standpoint. Something had to cause this to move more quickly than usual. What is it? Yeah, you bet. And I think it's worth thinking about how this happened normally, so in a normal situation, someone will identify a virus or some passage in that they're going to develop a vaccine. They take time to actually not only developed to identify the sequence, but that they then look at the different approaches that could be taken to that. And it might be one manufacturer to one might do it. You know, in January another one, like do it March or year later. And so it's a much more leisurely approach to this. Then what happens is it gets tested in animals. And then it gets tested in humans in the phase one trial, which is about safety, what happened and then and then what happens after that, is that the data are looked at it sent the FDA There's a routine process. We allow them to go to phase two. If it looks okay and that face And then at the end of the day, they send all those data to us when we look at the entire package that could take a substantial amounts of time months. Look at the data, and then if we given authorization or approval for the vaccine, then they start manufacturing and that's a process that could take years in this case. Virus was identified in January. That work on a vaccine from a number of different match manufacturers happened simultaneously in the next several weeks after that, the first phase one clinical trial started in March. Everyone really understood. The urgent nature of this industry came together with an age with CDC with FDA and created a common platform for development. And they swear data, and that helps us to compress. The FDA Does things like real time review, So we're not just waiting for the package to come to us in real time in the data are gathered by the developers. We are looking at data so that we can make a decision were quickly but the same criteria. And then of course, manufacturers are making these vaccines at risk mean that they're not waiting for us to say we approve it. They're manufacturing now and all that compresses the timetable. Okay? And I appreciate I'm sorry. Don't mean to rush you, but we're tight, Obviously. No, no window and I have two quick questions for you one. In your opinion, has China and the World Health Organization made your job easier or harder in this in this undertaking. So from an FDA perspective, we're not, um, usually affected by that decision making. I can tell you is a member of the Corona Virus Task Force that we needed information earlier than we wait. We got it from from China and some elsewhere. I think one of the things that's most important in that we've all learned is that you know, information early and often about the magnitude of an illness is really important. And I think when we look back on this, we really have to take a hard assessment of that situation, because I do think There were some gaps there. FDA Commissioner Steve Han with this last question that makes a lot of the China aspect makes a lot of people angry. The other thing that's making us angry. I had to call her a moment ago. And we've talked about this relentlessly is the idea that we are in a political fight over the virus. We're in a political fight over the information surrounding best practices, win a political fight over Generic pharmaceutical drugs right that have been on the market for 60 plus years. And I guess I'm curious why you think that is and what impact it's having in the in the last couple minutes, So we have Because it's insane to me the way it is insane. I could not agree with you more. I didn't interview the other day on TV. Or I said, This has to be about medicine and science know about politics. I mean, it's It's a really difficult situation. That position's find themselves in and at the end of the day, these decisions have to be made by doctors with patients In the privacy of that relationship. I can tell you FDA doesn't regulate the practice of medicine. We don't prohibit or encouraged the prescriptions because we're not in the business of telling doctors what to do..

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"fuji lab" Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"fuji lab" Discussed on Photography Radio

"Hello everyone and welcome to this week's episode of caucus take which is my take on photography news this week. So let's begin now. It seems twenty. Twenty is all about flagship. Cameras and Fuji. Film Wasn't going to be left out so they just announced their brand new flagship hybrid. Murless camera the new x t four for those of you who might not be acquainted with the term. Hybrid Camera. It's basically a digital camera that can do both stills and video equally well and for years the top two camera lines has been the Panasonic G H series and the Sony a seven series but Fujifilm challenged their market dominance back in September of twenty eighteen by launching the now famous x t three for shooters the XY. Three was groundbreaking terms of the features. It offered seriously offers as well as still shooters but the one thing that was missing. And what the competition had already at that? Time was in body image stabilization. Well no more. The main feature of the brand new x t four is the addition of the older exit ones ibis mechanism updated of course and matched to Fujifilm's latest and greatest sensor and processor combination. It's important to note. The X T three also has the same sensor and processor combination so the image quality south dean the x t three and the X X T. Four won't be the same between these cameras but the difference is of course again. The addition of ibis but as well. There's a brand new three hundred thousand actuation shutter mechanism with magnetic springs to dampen and quite the entire shooting experience as well a brand new seven represent more capacity battery system any turbo charged firmer update. That frankly does circles around the firmer of the x t three which again shares the exact same processor as the x t four so look for a upcoming future firmer update I hope the launch price of seven hundred dollars of the four is well in line with the competition regardless of the sensor size. But what differentiates these various cameras between Fuji Film? Sony and Panasonic is the availability of excess series which includes third party cinematic lenses for which Sony and Panasonic have a much larger ecosystem of third party support however many still feel including myself. That Fuji Film Has the Best Balance of sensor size native Lens Selection and firmware. That gives equal weight to both stills and video shooters over the competition as many of you know. I work closely with Fuji Film Canada and was given an early pre-production copy to test before launch. I'll leave links in the show notes to my article on Fuji Lab as well as I do channel on my first impressions on this camera. But if you don't WanNa go there I'll just let you know my overall thoughts on the camera. So far is very positive. I mentioned this in both my video and article that this camera is what the original x h one should have been back in twenty. Eighteen Fuji Film was too anxious to release the camera the X. H. One and decided to use the aging process or pro which was the third iteration of their processor instead of waiting for the upcoming x processor for that was eventually launched. The xt three just seven months later if film decided to wait until September of two thousand eighteen to have launched the H. One at the same time as the x t three one with ibis and the one without that four hundred dollar launch priced her friends the H. One being launched in nineteen hundred dollars. Us Back in two thousand eighteen and the fifteen hundred dollar price point for the t three back in September two thousand eighteen. That difference would've made a lot more sense and I believe that the X. H. One would have become the hybrid camera choice back then right until now either way better late than ever and the exit. Three has already been an award-winning winning camera. Even without ibis. So it's not like it was a failed camera. The x three is still great. In fact there's a decent deal on the x t right now so if I this isn't your thing or you have a decent collection of stabilized lenses already. Then I would seriously consider picking up an X. T. three right now while supplies last Dp REVIEW DO I do. I need to introduce them or the full name actually digital photography review as has been the gold standard website for all things digital photography today. You mentioned Photography website ninety nine percent of people. Just.

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Fujifilm X-T4 Launch, DPReview Analogue Forum and Jonas Rask

Photography Radio

04:21 min | 1 year ago

Fujifilm X-T4 Launch, DPReview Analogue Forum and Jonas Rask

"Hello everyone and welcome to this week's episode of caucus take which is my take on photography news this week. So let's begin now. It seems twenty. Twenty is all about flagship. Cameras and Fuji. Film Wasn't going to be left out so they just announced their brand new flagship hybrid. Murless camera the new x t four for those of you who might not be acquainted with the term. Hybrid Camera. It's basically a digital camera that can do both stills and video equally well and for years the top two camera lines has been the Panasonic G H series and the Sony a seven series but Fujifilm challenged their market dominance back in September of twenty eighteen by launching the now famous x t three for shooters the XY. Three was groundbreaking terms of the features. It offered seriously offers as well as still shooters but the one thing that was missing. And what the competition had already at that? Time was in body image stabilization. Well no more. The main feature of the brand new x t four is the addition of the older exit ones ibis mechanism updated of course and matched to Fujifilm's latest and greatest sensor and processor combination. It's important to note. The X T three also has the same sensor and processor combination so the image quality south dean the x t three and the X X T. Four won't be the same between these cameras but the difference is of course again. The addition of ibis but as well. There's a brand new three hundred thousand actuation shutter mechanism with magnetic springs to dampen and quite the entire shooting experience as well a brand new seven represent more capacity battery system any turbo charged firmer update. That frankly does circles around the firmer of the x t three which again shares the exact same processor as the x t four so look for a upcoming future firmer update I hope the launch price of seven hundred dollars of the four is well in line with the competition regardless of the sensor size. But what differentiates these various cameras between Fuji Film? Sony and Panasonic is the availability of excess series which includes third party cinematic lenses for which Sony and Panasonic have a much larger ecosystem of third party support however many still feel including myself. That Fuji Film Has the Best Balance of sensor size native Lens Selection and firmware. That gives equal weight to both stills and video shooters over the competition as many of you know. I work closely with Fuji Film Canada and was given an early pre-production copy to test before launch. I'll leave links in the show notes to my article on Fuji Lab as well as I do channel on my first impressions on this camera. But if you don't WanNa go there I'll just let you know my overall thoughts on the camera. So far is very positive. I mentioned this in both my video and article that this camera is what the original x h one should have been back in twenty. Eighteen Fuji Film was too anxious to release the camera the X. H. One and decided to use the aging process or pro which was the third iteration of their processor instead of waiting for the upcoming x processor for that was eventually launched. The xt three just seven months later if film decided to wait until September of two thousand eighteen to have launched the H. One at the same time as the x t three one with ibis and the one without that four hundred dollar launch priced her friends the H. One being launched in nineteen hundred dollars. Us Back in two thousand eighteen and the fifteen hundred dollar price point for the t three back in September two thousand eighteen. That difference would've made a lot more sense and I believe that the X. H. One would have become the hybrid camera choice back then right until now either way better late than ever and the exit. Three has already been an award-winning winning camera. Even without ibis. So it's not like it was a failed camera. The x three is still great. In fact there's a decent deal on the x t right now so if I this isn't your thing or you have a decent collection of stabilized lenses already. Then I would seriously consider picking up an X. T. three right now while supplies last

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"fuji lab" Discussed on The Combat Jack Show

The Combat Jack Show

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"fuji lab" Discussed on The Combat Jack Show

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