26 Burst results for "Zeiss"

"zeiss" Discussed on The Digital Story

The Digital Story

06:19 min | Last month

"zeiss" Discussed on The Digital Story

"Also if you want a low price. So a lot of times now you're shooting at the pay what your camera is. Either 50 millimeters or 75 or 100, okay? Now, that's why I end up doing a lot of kind of tight framing with these. When I have them on there because I'm shooting with 45 millimeters and 50 millimeters on the micro four thirds. But I also end up doing probably more portraits and more candids. Either of whatever pet I can corner or whatever person I can corner. And so in that kind of fun because then that starts to steer me into that kind of photography or motivates me into working with creatures that are alive as opposed to just kind of getting stuck in the landscape and all the inanimate stuff. So there's all sorts of subtle benefits to doing this. Now the last thing I'll say and then I'll get to the lenses I promise. The last thing I'll say is that when you shoot with a vintage lens on a digital camera, everything is different. So your process of recording the shot is different because you're slowing down a bit. You're manually focusing, you know, you're working with a non modern lens. So you don't have any of the modern stuff. In aperture priority mode, probably manually focusing, taking more time to compose, all that stuff, which is fun. I love that. The other thing that's happening at the capture stage is you really should experiment with art filters and create a filters and those features on the camera. I mean, really, just push that envelope as widely as you can. Don't just stop with, okay, older lens on there. And I manually focusing, just keep going with that. Keep going with that. In my case right now, and I think in part because I do have this black and white workshop coming up, I am shooting in mono two on the pen F and I've got this wonderful sort of tri X look thing happening. And that's what I'm grooving on at the moment. But I could change, like for instance, the PNF has a ton of art filters and it has a ton of creative controls. So next week, it could be something different. And that's part of the fun. It just sort of spurs you to go off in this direction. And remember, a lot of those creative filters that are on our camera, they're sort of emulating film looks anyway. So if you've got an analog lens on there, why not just go with it? And then in post, of course, a lot of times I'm just working with a jpeg. So I'm shooting raw plus jpeg for this work. But the JPEGs are the ones that have all the things that I've, you know, all the in camera effects. So a lot of times I'm just going with the JPEGs, I have the raw as a safety net, I need them. And sometimes, you know, I will go back to the raw, but for the most part, I'm shooting raw plus JPEGs using the JPEGs and just hanging onto the raws just in case. All right? One thing that's kind of fun with this, if you start shopping for a lens, if you don't have a vintage lens already to play with. It is fun to have a film body to go with it. You know, because when she kind of going on the digital side, then you start going, wow. How would a roll a try X look in this or ilford or act for a pan, whatever you happen to have. So, you know, these things can be tumbling dominoes for sure. I like having a film body to go with. I have a film body to go with all the lenses that I use because sometimes that's the mood that I'm in. All right, so enough of that. Let's get to the lenses themselves. The first one I'm going to talk about is the minolta MD rocor X 45 millimeter F two. This is a really cool lens and they're fairly plentiful and they're fairly affordable. I wanted to start out with a pretty affordable lens. And this is a lens that I keep on. I have a minolta X 700, which I think is just a terrific film camera. I love what they did. It's like got smart electronics before they got too smart and it's also not plasticky. So anyway, this 45 millimeter F two is basically a pancake lens. It's much more compact than their 50 millimeter. It's fast though. A lot of times on these pancake lenses, you have F two 8. And this is an F two pancake lens. And it's just terrific. I mean, it looks good. The images are sharp as a very sharp lens. It's a great optic. And on a micro four thirds camera, it's a 90 millimeter. And the thing that I like about the more compact primes for this use is that the adapter does have a little bit of space, right? You're adding a little bit of space to the front of the camera. But when you put a pancake lens on that adapter and you look at the whole package, it just looks like a regular lens on there, which is nice. So the camera's in tilting forward, it's not forward heavy, all that kind of stuff. So this lens just checks a lot of the boxes. And it's affordable. It's a winner all the way around. And then if it prompts you to get one of those great minolta film cameras, why not, right? So that's the minolta MD rocar X 45 millimeter F two, it's a beauty. Second one, this is my favorite one. This is the one that I have on the pen F right now and keep on there most of the time when I'm doing this, it's the Carl zeiss test RT star, 45 millimeter F 2.8. Now this lens will cost you a bit more than the minolta. And they're not quite as plentiful, but it is such a cool lens. And it's even more compact. So this has that classic tessar

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"zeiss" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

06:35 min | Last month

"zeiss" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

"Concept. I don't know. I believe this has been made. I think someone had engadget got to test drive it. In a very limited kind of capacity, but you know, again, I don't believe this is in any way ready for mass production. Like this is not consumer facing yet. But I'm so excited. I'm so encouraged to see more companies. And legit big companies, oppo, Xiaomi, Google showing off other interactions. That we used to get by some of these really niche boutique kinds of players. I just so desperate, I wish there could be custom firmware for my focals. So that I could still use them just for notifications. I just pop them on, get that perfect eye level notification, kind of get on with my day. It's so much better than a smart watch. I miss it so much. And that's going to bring us to, who where did I have it? I wanted to show it off here from XDA developers. Who wants to talk about the Xiaomi? Oh, with detail, but one, the most important question, how does it feel in the hand? Well, I mean, with a pair of glasses, you shouldn't be feeling it in your hand, so there you go. Oh, I gotta hold on. I gotta highlight this comment from dust adore. Again, all the people that are still slagging it off. But that's the jury writes. But the pixel 6 was plagued with issues that it doesn't have anymore. You shouldn't buy it because it used to have problems. Oh, it's basically just an exynos. So Samsung isn't you shouldn't buy Samsung smartphones from Samsung processors, but you should buy the galaxy phones instead. I'm telling you, tensor has been a better experience than any exynos. That shouldn't be a surprise. All right, so a DTI cop a cache, Barry Johnson, they're all saying we should talk about the Xiaomi 12 as ultra. I am so excited for this phone. I am desperately, so I hit up Xiaomi PR. Let me first just say, this is kind of a big deal for me. I have a pretty good relationship with the PR that runs poco. So I've been going hands on with a lot of pocos. The flagship killer stuff has been fantastic. I can not say enough nice things about the hardware and the bang for buck and the value. You can get on phones like an X four GT, I mean, if you care at all about the price to the performance to the power draw, poco in general, but the X four GT was such a refreshing take on a mid ranger phone. And immediately playing with this against phones like the neo 6, from IQ, which is run in the Snapdragon 8 70. Such a baller fight. And we're talking about phones that are going to retail around the equivalent of $400 U.S.. That's insane. The performance now is insane. And you can demonstrate over the last two years in mid rangers to now. I mean, that's incredible. I digress. I reached out to Xiaomi, like the actual international Xiaomi PR, and they actually sent me a reply. I have not heard anything from Xiaomi since the initial launch of the 11. And before then, I've never heard anything from Xiaomi. So I occasionally get a press release from them, but I send them a message and say, hey, this looks like an incredible phone. I understand it's Chinese only. It's not really going to get international distribution. I need you to know, I talk a lot about photography and I talk a lot about optics. I recently did a sponsored sponsored series of videos with vivo. And I'm also looking at examples for the next revision of my photography book to talk about things like larger smartphone camera sensors and the benefits of larger smartphone camera sensors, and they actually wrote me back. And then immediately sent me a press release for the 12 light. I've never had open lines of communication will Xiaomi. I am hoping so much that this will grow and I can maybe start getting in line for things like embargo units. But where I fell apart and I had a really difficult time trying to get my hands on the sharp aquas. I still haven't gotten to play with one of those phones. I might have an easier time getting my hands on a 12s ultra. I don't know what it is. Like a Chinese import might actually be easier than a Japanese import in getting this phone sent to North America. But just rest assured, I'm going to be late to this kind of coverage, but I am absolutely gunning hard to go hands on with a 12s ultra. Back to the actual phone though, this is coming by way of XDA developers. They've got a really solid write up just having used it. They aren't just looking at the Xiaomi sample photos, they actually shot their own and they're looking at their own comparisons. And these are very, very early first looks. Against the iPhone 13 pro max and the Galaxy S 22 ultra, which really should be called the galaxy note 22 and how it kind of compares against the one inch camera sensor in the 12s ultra. So this is a very interesting strategic partnership leica is working with Xiaomi on the lenses and I believe on the software. So again, kind of like vivo, where is my X 80 pro? Has a relationship with zeiss. Zeiss is responsible for improving the lens clarity. They're using very specific lens coatings to help reduce internal reflections. And zeiss is also responsible for crafting the auto performance and

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"zeiss" Discussed on LensWork

LensWork

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"zeiss" Discussed on LensWork

"Four lands both of which are in my way of thinking any way and for my observation both of which are visibly sharper than the f two a x pro lenses not by leaps and bounds. But by enough that i can see it in print i can even see it in a relatively small print and one of the advantages of that extra detail that can be seen. I suspect i'm not a lens expert by any means. But i suspect it has to do something with micro contrast maybe something to do with the coating. Maybe it's optical design because of computer aided technologies days whatever it is these two lenses are sharper by a bit by an observable bit than the previous generation lenses the previous generation lenses. Were perfectly comparible to the carl zeiss. Primes that my friend had on his sony of our mark to that would lead me to conclude although i have not done an updated. Side-by-side test apprentice should but it would lead me to conclude that the sharper leica lenses that i have for my microphone thirds and now using a panasonic g nine which is twenty megapixel pixels as compared to the judy five. That had sixteen mega pixels. I think my results would be bad her than his sony seminar mark to even with the carl zeiss prime lenses and say that because my results today are better than the results that i got my ex pro lenses. The two eight lenses so by comparison they would be better than the sony. Which leads me to what i think is an important point in the real reason. I wanted to talk about this today in this podcast and that is i would much rather have a sharper lens than i would have more mega pixels. I may not make that conclusion. If what. I wanna make a sixty inch prints because i think a case can be made. That's fairly obvious that if you're making giant prints you need more mega pixels and the more megapixel will show more detail in the sixty inch print but if you're making smaller prints and i know because of tested if you're making sixteen by twenty percents or smaller this is true. My suspicion is it would probably be true even up to twenty four inch print. I'd really wanna test. Maybe twenty eight inch or thirty inch print. But i suspect it's true but don't don't quote me on that because haven't tested. I can't verify it with concrete results..

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"zeiss" Discussed on LensWork

LensWork

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"zeiss" Discussed on LensWork

"I don't spend much time talking about cameras and equipment and gear so. I hope you'll forgive me if i break that rule with an exception this week because there is something sort of knew then i want to talk about and in order to lay the background for this. I really should recommend that you watch video from lens work online i'll make it available With a link here even to those of you who are not lends work online members so everybody can have a chance to see this when it's from our series called photography not cameras. It's from several years ago and it's a comparison of two cameras in a real world test. That is to say imagine photographer. A who had at that. Point a Sony state of the art camera and a seven hour mark to with Superb carl zeiss. Prime lenses comparing print results with the camera that i was using at the time which was the panasonic g five and the two f two point eight zoom lenses that were considered the top of the line at that point and the conclusion of which is if you Want the shortcut and want to go. Watch the video. The conclusion was that there was no visible difference whatsoever between those two cameras photographing in reasonable light. Photographing using rock-solid tripods with the exact same composition photographed the exact same time at comparable apertures. There was no visible difference between prince from the sony. A seven our mark to forty two megapixel camera and my panasonic jd. Five which was a sixteen megapixel came no visible difference

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More Megapixels or Sharper Lenses, What's the Difference?

LensWork

01:58 min | 1 year ago

More Megapixels or Sharper Lenses, What's the Difference?

"I don't spend much time talking about cameras and equipment and gear so. I hope you'll forgive me if i break that rule with an exception this week because there is something sort of knew then i want to talk about and in order to lay the background for this. I really should recommend that you watch video from lens work online i'll make it available With a link here even to those of you who are not lends work online members so everybody can have a chance to see this when it's from our series called photography not cameras. It's from several years ago and it's a comparison of two cameras in a real world test. That is to say imagine photographer. A who had at that. Point a Sony state of the art camera and a seven hour mark to with Superb carl zeiss. Prime lenses comparing print results with the camera that i was using at the time which was the panasonic g five and the two f two point eight zoom lenses that were considered the top of the line at that point and the conclusion of which is if you Want the shortcut and want to go. Watch the video. The conclusion was that there was no visible difference whatsoever between those two cameras photographing in reasonable light. Photographing using rock-solid tripods with the exact same composition photographed the exact same time at comparable apertures. There was no visible difference between prince from the sony. A seven our mark to forty two megapixel camera and my panasonic jd. Five which was a sixteen megapixel came no visible difference

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66 Days Of Feelings With Nicole Klassen

Goodbye to Alcohol

01:51 min | 1 year ago

66 Days Of Feelings With Nicole Klassen

"Semi call. When did you first start thinking that. Maybe you were drinking a little bit too much and you want to make a change in how. How much were you drinking. And i had about a period of your app to. When i actually start i actually start with. I was considering stopping drinking an playing without the onion. That yet it really became thought wasn't drinking a lot. And i thought it was a normal drinker but in something something was saying no this is not right and when i realized how much i was actually drinking i was drinking about five or six days of the week out of seven When actually sat down with of most of the time. I was drinking a bottle of wine by myself at nights and then on weekends i would have a big splurge like friday will be two bottles of wine And then maybe what else is around. All on saturday. All its Your would be would be more but Yeah a minimum of a bottle in in in one session of drinking and I i never wanted to be an everyday drink because there was. That's what i considered. A problem not realized that five six days a week. Out of seven He's anti-israeli problematic. Because you're never regained recovering. And what was the older you get your hangovers along as well. So you're not giving your body enough time to re both Each time and binging has particularly from what i've read and understood Particularly of bad effects on serotonin levels levels abso-. I would offer on a sunday evening to monday. I'm i would have sunday blues in hang zeiss by time. Monday came Which have of course strived to cure with. Having drinks on a sunday

"zeiss" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"zeiss" Discussed on WTRH

"A a Zeiss, a leg up on the Christmas trivia. You know? No, we just start this. Oh, yeah. You're so excited. You know, most people are good at this. I'm not good at this, but my goodness. Last time I did this with you, I was impressed. So Okay, I'm gonna give you questions and you give answers and the first question what day of the year is considered the busiest shopping day of all. Table for my birthday. That. Is that true? No. I just mean why wouldn't it? Yeah, Okay. Got it day after Thanksgiving. I would think it is the day after Thanksgiving. You're messing with me, Auntie. Okay? What song contains the line? Through the years, we all will be together. If the fates allow. I got it. I hear it sung by John Denver and the Muppets. My favorite version of it. It's have yourself a merry little Christmas. It is it is on my my CD. I make it if the Lord allows, OK, moving right along. There's a European country that originated. What we call the Christmas card. What foot Country was that Mm hmm. Kia What a kid No. Came from the peanut gallery. By the way, That was not me. Remember? Rest. Okay. What European country originated the Christmas card. Um, Germany. If it weren't Germany. Important. Germany Lower Slobo Via what about something? The Children were like the way we talk a little bit more England. That's right. It is England. It's No, whose eyes were made of coal. Will be frosty the snowman. It is frosty the snowman how he sees that well out of his eyes. But you know, now there's this grand waltz. And what is called The Nutcracker. You know, So, uh, what Grand waltz in the Nutcracker could have taken place? Greenhouse. The waltz of the Oh, we're there. Is going to say to that's not right. But tulip is a what This flower. That's right. You got it is the goal of the flowers. See? I knew you knew it all along. Maybe right along. Okay. Okay. Um, what did the grand chooses a substitute for reindeer? Oh, that's great. His poor dog reporting on man. Yeah, you know, you know that branch. He's not a good character. We could pray for salvation. But people would think that would be sacrilege is yeah, you know, with what's going on in our world today. Um We just make a comment. I do get concerned about the animosity and the bridge of the bitterness and Yes, I understand the political system and I don't agree with a lot of things that have taken place, but This is the time to with the co vered 19 there, people who are coming to Christ. So let's just pray. Let's pray, um People would be responsive, and that means that times we have to verbalize it. We have to tell. We have to go tell it on the mountain as the song goes, and that's what we're going to hear. Just now..

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India's new paper COVID-19 test could be a ‘game changer’

Latest In Tech News

04:06 min | 2 years ago

India's new paper COVID-19 test could be a ‘game changer’

"India's new paper covid nineteen tests could be a game changer now. I'm one for tech. News and if there's something new and interesting I, love highlighting it. This is one of those times. A team of scientists in India has developed an inexpensive paper based test for corona virus that could give fast results similar to a pregnancy test. Just wait the BBC's sue took Biswas and crew pappy unpack how it works the test named after famous Indian fictional detective is based on gene editing technology called crisper scientists estimate that ticket called SALUDA would return results in under an hour in cost five, hundred rupees that translates to about six dollars and seventy five cents us. Flu will be made by a leading Indian conglomerate. Totta and could be the world's first paper-based covid nineteen tests available in the market. Interesting According to the professor, it's a simple. Zeiss. Reliable scalable and Frugal test researchers at two delhi-based CSI are Institute of Dynamics and integrative biology where food was developed as well as private labs try to test on samples from about two thousand patients including ones who had already tested positive for the coronavirus. They found that the new test at ninety six percent sensitivity in ninety eight percent specificity. The accuracy of test is based on needs to proportions attest that's highly sensitive will detect almost everyone who has the disease and attest that has a high specificity will. Correctly rule out everyone who doesn't have the disease The first test ensures not too many false negative results in a second test not too many false positives. India's drug regulator has cleared the test for commercial use with more than six million confirmed infections. India has the world's second highest COVID. Nineteen Caseload more than hundred thousand people in the country have died of the disease so far in India after Seoul start, India's now testing a million samples day in more than twelve hundred laboratories across the country, and it is using those two tests was. Is that? The first time tested gold standard. Pr, slob tests, which uses chemicals to amplify the viruses material laboratory. The second is a speedy Antigen Test Antigen one of those to which works by detecting virus fragrance in sample keep in mind the PTR test is generally reliable and cost up to twenty four hundred rupees has little false, positive and low false negative rates. The Antigen tests are cheaper. They are more precise in detecting positive infections, but generate more false negatives than PCR test. Scaling of testing in India hasn't been easy availability at Long wait times and unavailability of kits and are currently doing a lot of rapid antigen testing which have problems with false positives. Now, this is where it gets interesting Dr Bond. Researcher in Global Health and Health Policy says that Florida could potentially replace the antigen tests because it could be comparatively cheaper and more accurate. So. It's interesting still has to go through some other tests. Articles on to explain a couple of things further, but it's it's. Quite impressive, quite impressive technology like cove nineteen test kits. It's as simple as a pregnancy test. Could. Like that just blows your mind like this only made headline news in hit the world in the beginning of this year or in October of twenty twenty. And this kind of test has already come out and and it's going to be heading out to commercial testing very soon. This is this is impressive and a cost. It's a lot more reasonable I mean.

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"zeiss" Discussed on Xtra Xtra Presented By VDG Sports

Xtra Xtra Presented By VDG Sports

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"zeiss" Discussed on Xtra Xtra Presented By VDG Sports

"For that Djelic bird like voice. However, however, I didn't really start paying attention I didn't really started wanting to. Really didn't start trying to figure out the alternatives. Until recently and when I say recently, we'll say within a year a year. A year to to a you to. In that timeframe was recently I actually said to myself. Not Out loud not out loud that doesn't happen. Often. Doesn't apponaug. I'll say to myself probably have to try to figure out now turn her to. Zeiss, screen because his ice cream is so delicious is so good put the things that happens at the ice cream just shilling so bad just filling not good in my life too few good in are definitely feel good. Eating something that should bring me comfort I should be comfort then and I still feel like I'm being comfort later I shouldn't feel new comfort. While, eating and then later on down the line I, feel terrible I feel bad I feel all of the ways or all of the things that people feel when they just don't want to be bothered any more just curled up in a position like. Hurts so bad I don't know what do. Year will that happened to me a lot of times and unfortunately or fortunately depending on who you are depending on who you are unfortunately for me I kept. I kept eating ice cream I kept going back to the comfort because I was getting comfort. Almost instantly while eating. It's rows later, the comfort was gone several hours later. The repercussions several hours later let's just say the curse came the Gif of comfort. The give joy the give of feeling. So good singing dancing in g ride making chest. Eden, cream is almost equivalent of that. Just little notch on just a little notch down. But. I'm not judging. Not Judging here, this is a new. Zoo. Yes the you can get right. I'm definitely definitely going to have to keep practicing. We're GONNA have to keep practicing one day. One, day. Soon hopefully one day soon. Hopefully, I'm going to get it right one day soon. Hopefully, everything's going to be on point everything's GonNa be up in ready to go to my liking right now I'm still working out the bugs right now I'm still trying to figure it out shiny objects nuke. No Shiny objects I knew him talking about that was just a side note that was just a side note see no Schon. Ozzy's not this time. And this Gif? Is so good to me during the time. This gift is so good and giving me greatness at this time. Later. On a few hours later. Calms the. Feeling bad calms or is not the feeling bad. Mentally. is not the feeling bad like. On now where I should be it's not. Bad were comes. Comes about when it comes to dealing with failure or. Not. Succeeding. Is Not that kind of feel bad. This is more of A. Internal organ, type view this is more inside feeling bad is more of a gut feeling bad a gut feelings. To get that clear. I definitely have to make that clear to gut feeling gut feeling. This is not on you. I'm not talking to you. This has nothing to do with you whatsoever I'm talking about the gut in the feeling of the gut not the gut feelings not their in tuition not things that I rely on to help me out without thinking known of that. I'm talking about the actual. Organs within the body. They just don't agree. They just do not agree with me eating ice cream and I could be more specific. Just. Me would dairy products period. In I.

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Donald Trump reiterates threat to scale back US economic ties with China

Balance of Power

02:38 min | 2 years ago

Donald Trump reiterates threat to scale back US economic ties with China

"Had sort of a wide ranging if I can call it that news conference at the White House. One of things he said, is I'm and I may be open to disengaging altogether with China. We're starting Punishing US Cos. If they're doing things that China should be doing back here in United States, what do you make of that? Is that a real change of policy? It's sort of Ah note that he struck throughout his 3.5 years in office. It's absolutely a note that he has struck during his his entire administration. Something he ran on in 2016 is something he's been talking about since the early odds when trying to gain a session to the WTO's. In some ways, it's incredibly consistent with his ideology. You know what that means, however, in practice, especially before the election is somewhat unclear, although I mean if you look at the what this administration is doing, not just what they're saying what they're doing as it relates to China. It is taking steps towards decoupling, especially around sensitive technologies around export controls. Things like visa restrictions, travel restrictions, so there is, you know, kind of incremental decoupling. I know. I think we would argue already happening on what that means for a second term, especially President Trump obviously has re elected. Is a big question. Mark does that D complain? Only intensify. And yes, you're right. His wide ranging press conference he would seem to signal that. Yes, yes, it would send a house it register with voters. Voters are not so concerned it. I don't think about China. One way the other. This won't make sure they have a job that they can afford the grocery bill. They can afford the rent bill. Do the voters really connect being tough on China with they're getting jobs. It hasn't worked so far. So well, has it. Yeah, it's that the interesting point. I think that in some ways, China is a easy scapegoat for both political parties in Washington on DH. In some ways, I think it's also registering with voters a Pew research and did a poll the summer that showed that almost 70% of Americans have a negative view on China. Right now, that is the most it is that the highest it's ever been a again since China gained deputy o session. In 2000 won. So In some ways, the voter sentiment has changed around China. I think it makes it difficult for either political party to look like they're cozy up with China as the results, But I think you're right, though. If this is not necessarily kitchen table issue, Although your China has been come the easy scapegoat, at least from from a policy maker, a Zeiss, eh? It's always a real treat to have you with us. Libby that's living Cantrell, She's Pimco, head of public policy. Coming up here

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Two New Bodies and Upgradingor Not - and more

PetaPixel Photography Podcast

05:22 min | 2 years ago

Two New Bodies and Upgradingor Not - and more

"Now that the Sony a-7 seven s mark, three's been released I've got some thoughts about it, and if you listen to the show for a while, you know that I used to own the originally seven s a body that while pretty darn amazing was not perfect I mean we're talking five plus years ago or so my old friend Paul Giro's sonar is in somebody I've known for a long time since way back when I was in. College and he was a photo journalist in Phoenix Arizona not only gave me the push to launch this podcast. He also introduced me to the murless world without his encouragement. It might have been a few years before had serious experience with murless and if you forgotten the story or just haven't heard it, I, ordered the Sony a seven ass the a six, thousand incredible Zeiss fifty, five, millimeter, one eight, which is unbelievably sharp and Sony's Seventy Two Hundred F. Four all amount, not only that they day after they arrived I, shot the Utah State High School Football Championships with them a day. Later that was crazy I also brought my Nikon d four s with me but I don't think I even took it out once I shot the games with that tiny town little a six thousand which I still have and guess what I still got the shots I needed I have done. Significantly better with the deforest of course, but I wanted to put the Sony gear through its paces and that was definitely a good way of testing it. The A six thousand was great for action and there was light aplenty. So I S O wasn't an issue ISO also not an issue with the a seven ass where it failed of course was in shooting action though it's just not made for that. We're talking the original a seven. Ass Sony design their various lines of murless bodies to be purpose built. You know the a seven are was for resolution the a six thousand line was the gateway drugs I called it into mere less for Sony the a seven is your all around camera and the nine for action. Of course, the seven ass being for low light shooting and video or was since then they've Kinda all matured and they kind of dabble capably in each. Other's areas I like that a seven ass but I didn't love it. You know it could see in the dark and that was pretty darn amazing. But for what I was shooting at the time, it just didn't cut it. So I got rid of it. I had my defoe ass after all and later on at the D. seven fifty and then later came the as seven asked mark too which was way better. I didn't get one. Though and now finally the a seven asked mark three a body that if you're shooting in crappy lighting conditions a lot, let's say mainly, this is the body that you want. Sony. As we know has been absolutely killing it for years now. So at this point, you just can't go wrong with a Sony and that's coming from Fuji. Film. Guy If you need and that's the operative word here need full frame and DSR's are dead to. You go Sony I mean you just do if you want a pse crop, you go Fuji Film, take the savings on not having a buy full frame glass and then you just call it good and good the a seven ass is not great. Great is the word you're looking for it has a twelve megapixel backside illuminated sima sensor. Okay. That's where I probably lost something. You guys right it's still has a twelve megapixel sensor will. Yeah. The goal isn't massive resolution. It's light sensitivity. So you keep the mega pixels lower and with each iteration of these cameras, you can not only shoot in lower light. Those images are going to be less normally you're just not going to see a twenty four Megapixel, a seven S. model for at least five years or more, and honestly they could wait a decade and we'll be just fine I. think the very next one the. Mark Four, which would probably see in two to three years from now, at most is going to be sixteen Megapixel, you just wouldn't go higher than that. If you're GONNA want low light sensitivity and smooth nice noise free for the most part images you go higher in the Megapixel and all of sudden that's all mostly out the window besides who needs all. Those mega pixels when people are increasingly viewing your images and video on a smartphone or tablet rather than a computer. So there's that. Now what is new in this body is that has incredibly fast readout speeds a native ISO range of eighty on up to I s O. One hundred and two, thousand, four, hundred that's unbelievable and that's things to the new. Processor you can also capture four K. video at up to one hundred, twenty P and four K. Sixty P ten bit for to two with no pixel binning or line skipping and sixteen bit pro res- raw out the HDMI port up to four K. Sixty. P.

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"zeiss" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"zeiss" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So how do we lower our blood pressure? There is blood pressure medication. What circle back in movement. Eating well, reducing stress calming your body down. I just took an entire class. I'm breathing to learn about how it affects the body so we can talk about that a second under the physiology. But if you get the blood pressure and the heart rate down, calm shit comes your whole body down and a calm body is a healthy body. So we need And I don't mean relax in the sense of sit on the couch and watch a TV program that's really relaxing. As a kid. I learned how to knit 60 years ago and I picked it up again. Someone of my things. Zeiss it and all my friends are ordering scarves. Now I can't keep up so all set known it and I just become so relaxed and my stress goes down. My I don't feel cravings for bad food. My body feels relaxed. It's absolutely amazing. So such cabling think because you're creating something that only you have done, And I think someone I love that, yes. Okay, so many other things to get to in the book of what? And you wrote it because you wanted to talk about. I know nutrition and a few other things. One of the three things you really want to know about nutrition, So the key things with nutrition is that We have to stop listening to everything that's going on out there. Yes, we alluded a little to the plant based diet earlier. Everybody knows they need to eat their vegetables, but something that's very important and again. I'm gonna circle back. When you're highly stressed, your fitness has gone down. You're not feeling well, and there's a very real conditions that we are afflicted with. As we get older arthritis explodes when you get into particularly your sixties but certainly starts in the fifties. You don't feel like getting up. You don't feel like doing anything was very important to pay even more attention. To that You're eating vegetables, lean mates. I mean, it goes back. It's eliminating inflammation of the inflammatory diet is still so it serves you very well again to eat a lot of vegetables and stay away from On the popcorn, the deserts the soda, the candy the cookies. I'm never going to make money because I don't have a gimmick. I just say, don't eat a lot of sweets and desserts. That's your first step. You're 90% of the way there. And lastly, with nutrition is getting away from beverages that caused you would have a lot of sugar. The jury is still out on some of these things, but water, water water Whenever you khun get it, I like to wash down. I take a multivitamin every day, and I should like to wash it down with some orange juice. Not the worst thing in the world. I'll have a couple answers because I like my vitamins say. That whole fruits and lots and lots and lots of water that is very, very important to keep your body hydrated. So nutrition, the fitness we talked about appearance. So the appearances we ages. It's a loaded question for many people, and I would just like to say is that you're beautiful. Just the way you are, whether you're six or 60 or 90 You know, just just be there with it. I am not really opposed to taking measures to make yourself look pressure. It's not necessarily younger with age and a bad diet and not taking care of yourself. That process actually accelerates faster. The aging process will accept so like breaking news, you could actually save money on your boat. Hawks eat better. Yes, absolutely. Absolutely. And you can still have it. Like I said, I don't I don't like the term anti aging. I like the term aging. Well, so, however you choose to take care of yourself. Just make sure you are carrying for yourself. Eat well, live well. Age was a book. Once again. Patricia.

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How Do You Make Ice Cream?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

04:26 min | 2 years ago

How Do You Make Ice Cream?

"Rubia Kamara is the chef and co owner of an cream shop called Ruby scoops, which is planning on opening up in a new location in Richmond Virginia here, the United States later this year. Rabiu is our guest for this episode and she says, she decided to make a career in ice cream when she started to think about being an adult who needed to have a job and how to have a job that feels like fun at least most of the time I realized that I was GonNa say signed working and I wanted to do some that enjoyed doing. So I went to culinary school and we learned how to make ice cream like in a machine, their small machine but I really enjoyed the process and the different things you could add to it and fell in love with it and just decided. That if I was GonNa do something for myself long-term. I wanted to be ice cream because I from my childhood even now to adult Abulat fond memories that include ice cream and I wanted to be a part of that for families and friends in people that I know and don't know into you know old a special place in their heart through. What makes your ice cream special will I I? It's delicious Zeiss Grievous but we make it all by hand. So it's all small batch make more than like four gallons at a time because of the machine and have. We do Vegetarian Gluten Free Vegan. We're working on some sugar free. So we're doing our best to make sure that we can accommodate everybody's lifestyles, dietary restrictions and slipped Reggie with cool Sitri and then ownership wise. We are black women and we're on what kind of edge does that give you that another shot might not have for us it's very important that we make people feel. Safe and inclusive and accepted because the things that we've both had issues with. Throughout our own lives, we want everybody to be able to come into the shop. We matter what they look like at identify as who they you know whatever they're going through we want them to feel safe to come and enjoy. Ice Cream cookie with themselves with whomever they desire and. Feel like that space is there's Well. That's cool. Because everybody should be able to enjoy ice cream. Absolutely. Absolutely. That's exactly. It's also the way a lot of our young listeners field. So let's hear some of your questions. Hello I'M CHARLOTTE I'll leave in Australia Newcastle and Fluffy so deny. To, learn how to Mike US Cream. I names ULA years old from Nova Scotia Canada, and I'm wondering how does not turn into ice cream? Hi May name is May and flavors up, and my question is holidays came made ice cream sounds like it's just cold cream, but there's a little more to it. So what is ice cream? So ice cream is defined as a frozen dairy dessert. That basically has air like incorporated into it while it's freezing because while the air. So the basis of it is usually heavy cream milk. Sometimes I'd guilt not always use sugar and then whatever your flavorings are gonna be. So we basically he'd all those things up together bring him to a point where all of our ron greedier become safe to eat. Whole it down and then. Put it into machine which we refer to as a batch freeze there that we would turn on as a cylinder on inside so that ice cream is spinning as getting cold. So while we incorporate air that ice cream, if you will you get basically this fluffy creamy product because when you mix. Hold an air milk. You get that texture that we all know as ice cream if it didn't spin around if you didn't get the air into it, would it just be like a block of ice to ascend? So does going to save. You don't put the air intuit things that we also know popsicles if you've ever had like a fudgesicle which is the icy but still cold that is what would happen if you didn't pump that air into it so that if you wanNA sound fancy, we referred to that freezing as. Simply. Frozen. So quietly frozen basically freezes. In like a period of inactivity.

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"zeiss" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"zeiss" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Great commercial success down the road, which we're and there's a freedom to that. You know when it may or may not be the last movie I get to make, but Odd seemed to me at the time that it would be, um And I am less angry about that. When I used to be and not really angry about it all I think I used too felt like frustrated and oh, you know, this isn't fair to me and all that stuff, But I don't really have that anymore. I'm I don't have that kind of ambition anymore. At this point, my life, you know, I get to make another movie and it feels like a good situation. And I think that I'm interested in then I will do it. And if I don't, I'm okay with it. What? What? What a gift. It is to be able to. Not just write a very as a good book, but just be ableto be able to write this book. You know what a gift it is, If you're if you're feeling that sort of frustration in film to be able to just create something on your own terms like this Yeah. No, I mean, I was very I mean, that's the reason I When I was approached, that I took it on. It just seemed like a complete freedom to me and a Zeiss said as intimidating as it was to start on the process of writing a novel. It ended up being, you know, a lot of fun for me and very freeing, and and a good experience. And I'm glad that I got to do it. Will you do another? Will you do another novel? Like more immortality aside. Immortality is I don't know. Can we put that aside? Are we allowed to let me know if that's possible? Yeah, I want to. I want to write another.

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"zeiss" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"zeiss" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Among the new movies opening this week is the political comedy irresistible. Written and directed by former daily show host Jon Stewart. I gave the movie Dean's list A. I thought it was really well done very well written, very smartly written a movie about a small town in Wisconsin. In which a farmer there makes an impassioned speech at his town council meeting. The video of that speech goes on YouTube and goes viral and his scene. By high powered political consultants in Washington, D C. All these pundits that, you know, make the political campaigns work. And they decide to converge on this little small town in Wisconsin, Tio convince this farmer to run for mayor of his town. They believe him to be the future of their political parties. Both The Democrats and Republicans in this movie is kind of about how these political consultants, thes pundits work and what they will do to succeed. It's a searing look at both sides of the political spectrum. And you know, now that we're getting into election season, I thought it was very revealing. Tio see this movie that takes on both sides both the left and the right. And shows us kind of how the sausage is made. If you will, A Zeiss said It was written and directed by Jon Stewart. Who we zoom chatted with earlier this week. Dean, Can I tell you something? Yes, sir. Person that I've talked to today. That is it work. See some some of us are trying to get on with their lives. Very impressed with you. D Yes, this is And even even though you don't see one person behind me, I virtually alert. I'm just happy that that sign I am actually in an office. Yes, I'm actually in office pretending like I'm hard at work today. When when? Really talking to one of my favorite people. For all the brilliant comedy and commentary you've provided us all these years for On television. And now with these really thoughtful motion pictures that you're doing, I never felt as clueless watching the political scene and I feel like I watch it with a fair degree of intelligence. I felt like I have no idea what's really going on behind the scenes until you laid it out for me. Uh, well, no, That's the hope. Um, I think For the film to kind of land. You have to feel like you're watching a different film. And and so, setting it up in a manner that you feel like you can buy into the tropes and the things that you know, you have to sort of believe it's why somebody like Chris Cooper being and it is so important because he grounds the identity that you think is being exploited. And so you have to kind of buy into that, so that when we finally reveal what's happening You can have a sense of maybe just one brief moment of like, Oh, yeah. Why do we accept This system the way that it is currently constructed and why don't we allow what is ostensibly designed to be a public service? To be corrosive. To public good and how we how we challenge. Yeah, I After I watched the movie, I turned on some, like CNN or one of the network's last night. I'm watching what's going on politically and wondering. You know what kind of gremlins are all behind the scenes, you know, manipulating all the puppets that we're seeing in front of the camera, making it all Happened. It gave me such a sense of awareness of the leading into November, and when we're going to be bombarded with all of that, and I always thought that it was The most interesting thing is to remind people that what they see on television is purposeful, for the most part. And It's really revelatory about what people choose to show you. On and what they want to show you and know that a march across a park And hold up. The Bible is not a moment of spontaneity and a reaffirmation of God. It's a political image. That meant to convey something that may not be Existent. Its symbolism over reality, You know, I wonder. You know, when I watch both the news and comedy news that's on right now. I can't even tell you the number of times I wished that Jon Stewart was still on so I could hear what you had to say or see what take that you were taking. And then I think you just gotta come by the time I'm going to start, you know, sneaking by your house so I can hear what's going on. But the you know, I wonder, you know, Do you feel fortunate that you got out at the time that you got out so you don't have to deal with all this mess, or do you wish that you were in the thick of it all right now as well? Well, no, I mean, I You know the perspective on on this being, you know when I was doing it during the Iraq war and 9 11 You know, I can't say that. During that time, I didn't think Oh, this is a mess, but I'll bet 10 years from now, it will be more of a mess. You know, it all feels urgent and difficult in the moment that you're experiencing it. I think it has less to do with the moment and more to do with. I just felt like my time had passed that I'm done with conversation that I felt like I could have the audience through that mechanism. I felt like I had done all that I could do. And then it was time to let someone else bring more different energy in a different perspective, because that's what the audience deserves as well. So I don't I don't look at it as in this moment, I wish I was on the air. I look at it. Yeah, I got out at the right time. Not because of this moment, but because the conversation I was having, I think had run its course on great that you've got this new venue with motion pictures to tell important stories and who doesn't enjoy you popping up from under Stephen Colbert's desk. You know, with little things, which was going to lead me into working with Steve Carell again and kind of our united with him. He's amazing. I wrote it for him and he's the first person I showed it to and once he signed on You know that I knew we had Jon Stewart talking about one of the strongest performances in the film, Chris Cooper, But Steve Carell and Rose Byrne are also great. This movie will open your eyes as Teo, the workings of political pundits. And the operatives and how these campaigns work. I found it very interesting. Some people didn't care for the movie. They said that it wasn't timely the you know, had different problems. Everyone's review, you know is is their own. It's their own opinion. I happen to like it. I've been getting since my review was on television the other day have been getting feedback from people and everyone else is saying that they also enjoyed it. Somebody has said that it cost 1999 toe. Watch it and that's too much. That is a lot of money for a movie, but I guess they figured that four or five people will watch. At one time, its on demand right now, That's the reason. Also, we talked with Tony and Emmy Award winner Kristin Chenowith this week. You know her from so many Broadway productions, and she is ah, a longtime supporter of Ravinia Festival. In Highland Park. Since the park is closed this year, Ravinia held a fundraiser last night called Ah Virtual Lawn Party that they have that Kristen hosted virtually And there were other people that performed for the event. But we had an opportunity to do a little zoom call with Kristen and talk about her affection for Ravinia. And her longtime association. They're gonna be really transparent here. I feel like Oh, my gosh, You're not getting my best buys him. Oh, no. If I say it's not my best, you know, only do so much by zoom right a creature alive. Relinquished that I have let it go. I have said to myself and artist is an artist is an artist and there will be out working nor menus. If we all don't come together and give our rod cells and You know, every time one comes in, it means something particularly special to me. I have to do it. I just have to do And by the way, I think we have all the spare time right? And it should be learning their sons, especially like artists. Wade got what I'm finding trickiest. I know I'm having trouble with motivation with. You know the news. I'm having trouble with school and all things that that music and our health class. For better.

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"zeiss" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

Zero Credit(s)

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"zeiss" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

"First thing I'm going to do is ask him when he'll be back again and welcome back to zero credits. This show where we start the show a joke. That sounds more sad than it does funny. My Name's Henry. My Name's John Together. We're Henry on John. Talking about things and tackling. The cultural blog is of the way the current Blonde is of the Cultural Zeitgeist. That zeitgeist is bland right now. Oh man it needs. It needs every spice on the spice rack to get it to powerball Levels of flavor you know. Sometimes when you bite into the Zeitgeist like ooh zesty or Zeiss state or spicy but now the Zeitgeist. Nothing going on nothing. Good at least nothing nothing. Nothing it's like. The kitchen ran out of salt. Instead of trying. You know sending someone out by more salt. They're just the kitchen is operating as though everything is normal and so all. The food coming out is just completely flavourless. It's like the chef of the universe. I believe someone call him God. Her is opinions differ. Believe the chef of the universe was serving up a delicious meal up until a few months ago and then they looked in the cabinet and they said Oh no always gotten. The pantry is anxiety. Guess.

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"zeiss" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"zeiss" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Yes, and he you know there's the expression chewing the scenery, but Michael Ironside in this is not really. He's like a shark. Shark teeth just always coming out in the things they bite, so he's leaving his teeth. Machinery Yeah. It's very skull far forward. Scanners acting for Michael Ironside I I saw an interview with him where he he basically said Yeah I wasn't a fan of the script. The production was was kind of Iraq, but I decided like if I'm going to do this. I'm going to be the most memorable thing in the film I'm just GonNa go. Completely of crank it up to eleven on the scene chewing. So. Yeah, he's A. He's a tremendous amount of fun anytime. He's on the screen. You can't help but but Invest Yourself in what he's doing. Oh, wait! We haven't even mentioned yet. The SCIFI premise of the movie have we know we haven't in? This'll be something that will discuss later on a little more depth because one of the ideas here is that what? What does connor do with the prize right? So he's got this great power and wisdom after cutting off all the other Zeiss Zeist and heads, and we find out that they are from Zeiss the heads. What does he do with it? Well? Apparently, he becomes like an atmospheric or Geo. Of some kind, yeah, or at least he uses his psychic powers to connect important people who are and Yeah, he ends up bringing them together to solve the problem of earth's depleted ozone layer. And ends up a found founding the shield corporation, which creates these enormous machines that beam some sort of the energy up into the stratosphere in create an artificial ozone layer of source like an energy layer protects the earth from UV rays. Makes everything makes the whole world like Permanent Casa? Blanca climate? So everything is dark and everything sweaty everywhere all over the earth. It's a perfect way to justify your like dark and war sets. Yeah, and it does create this. You can see where they were going with this idea of like connors, the was the savior, but now he's he's vilified, you know. which is a an interesting troch sometimes rolled. Shades of that certainly in in the Dune, Saga. But yeah, so now he's this guy that people curse, because yeah, you save the planet from from its. It's ozone problem, but then replaced it with this weird thing. Nobody likes I. Hate Sweating. I'd rather be burned alive by UV, rays. And so that's. Why War World that the the bulk of highlander to deals with okay well now that we've described perhaps the most awesome bad movie of all time like it, would you say for me? It's like a top five all time. Bad film yet I great, and we don't even have time to get into all the ways that it is is bad in all the. The ways that it's it's. It's ultimately fun to watch, but but yeah at the end of the day. It's not a good film by anybody's standard, but hey, if you can get you one of those pristine VHS tapes. That's got the original cut I. Highly recommend it if you're a fan and you want to treat yourself to a brain cell funeral. Now. We should take a quick break, and then we come back. Let's start to discuss..

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Mastering the Menopause with Emma Bardwell

Get Your Glow Back

06:57 min | 2 years ago

Mastering the Menopause with Emma Bardwell

"We're GONNA be talking today about menopause which is a topic that probably we talked enough about until it happens to US often. Vet Light you pelvic floor or things that until you have to get to know it. You don't speak our set so I felt like let's just start off with. What is menopause for those the Dayton Yup absolutely? So you're right. It's not talked about and it's particularly not talked about. I think for younger women such as yourself so in a nutshell it is when your period stops Meno poor say menstruation Meno pause stop. The average age is fifty one. And it's usually a kind of natural part of aging Bart for some women. It might occur earlier and that might be because of genetics or it might be because of surgery and how about Peri. Menopause is at the stage leading up to us yet so paramount applause is actually probably the most important bit of the journey. I think because that's when all the kind of symptoms tend to rare and it can be quite a long journey actually for lots of women. I think there's this real kind of misnomer that it happens in your fifties and it happens overnight whereas actually that lead up that parry menopause can last up to a decade island and I always women often particularly younger. Women feel really kind of freaked out by that so I think it's really important. We don't WanNa kind of catastrophe is it. It's a totally natural part of aging. It happens to every single woman but yet I think it's really important that we are prepared and more interested in that way we kind of dive. Deep into the subject could question. I think because I realized through my own journey. There's a real lack of evidence based information out there so there's lots of women who have been through the journey and so therefore kind of thing that they know everything about it but actually there's a lot of misinformation so I think it's really important for women to get their information from experts. You know people who are actually qualified and also I think women are really underrepresented when it comes to kind of health particularly things I research. There's not enough research being done so I think there's a lot of women floundering. It can be really isolating menopause. I just wanted to kind of turn on its head. I wanted to support women and I wanted women to realize that it's not kind of game over. It's very much a time to be kind of embracing the fact that you've reached this life stage because it's a real privilege to age to get to that point absolutely. I'm touting thirty tomorrow got Michigan very old and I feel like every year every better. Have I WANNA be kind to myself have more wisdom and everyone says that my step mom said to me she would never want to go back to her twenty s because she feels so much happy within herself as he got older and. I think that's really wonderful thing that comes with age and probably something. We need to embrace more and talk about more thing. Yeah I think that's a wonderful way of looking at it and I think for my clients who come see me. It's not just about nutrition or Zeiss style advice. It's actually about regaining a sense of identity. Because you know it's amazing time to be alive you'll middle-age midlife honestly and how about premature menopause? Because I was saying to you before I know a few people kind of distant need that have gone through menopause or menopause symptoms in their twenties. Which is like you said. The average ages fifty one to lose. And you saying kind of ten years before that. You don't think this is going to happen to you until your forties all year. So why are potentially people getting it early? What is the reasons behind that? We don't actually know. It can be genetics or it can be the result of something like chemotherapy or if women have had their ovaries removed. We don't know but the stats are surprisingly high. Actually so early. Menopause which is sometimes go premature. Menopause happens to one in one hundred women to that under the age of forty. So that's quite high her and then under the age of thirty one in a thousand women and then under twenty one in ten thousand while. It's still possible. You liked everything. How many people are on the planets that still quite few people experience absolutely. And how does that impact your ability when you become Perryman? Who is making you less likely to conceive or are you still able to? Who's you're still getting periods but maybe less frequently? Yes so premature ovarian insufficiency which is early menopause. Basically you can still get pregnant but your chances are much reduced so you can still be late. So that's something definitely to bury. Mike's I think a lot of women have a real sense of panic if they want to have children. So that's different something to talk to your GPA about but in your forties if you'll just naturally going through peri menopause. So your eastern levels are plummeting. The not necessarily plummeting but they're kind of on a rollercoasters. They can really kind of p control and that is when women often get symptoms but you can still get pregnant but your chances are reduced. Okay how Stephanie. Get to know and so what are the symptoms? What are they simply? We're talking about? You might be getting todd ten years or less onerous yes. Let's not testify. What are the physical symptoms? That's talk about them fast. I was thinking of hot. Flushes is the kind of hot flashes. And night sweats. A kind of the most obvious common ones but there are. I think it's thirty. 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Tripoli crown: the battle for Libya

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:50 min | 2 years ago

Tripoli crown: the battle for Libya

"Yesterday Germany hosted an international conference aimed at bringing peace and stability to Libya for actors said they would again respect an arms embargo after nine months of intense fighting. The summit failed to secure a lasting ceasefire the conflict in Libya has festered. Ever since Moammar Gaddafi was toppled in two thousand eleven margin. McShane is are Middle East editor today on one inside you have the. UN backed government in Tripoli on the other you have Khalifa Dr a renegade commander who controls much of the east and south of the country and many of the country's oilfields oilfields in reality. Both sides are really just collections of militias and both draw heavily on foreign support. The Tripoli government is backed by Turkey. I'm and half doors backed by Egypt. The and Russia and as things stand on the ground heft ours. Forces are knocking on the doors of Tripoli but they have been since April and the frontlines aren't really moving that much. So that was a situation on the ground lenient to these talks in Berlin. It's a standoff. That has again drawn the attention of western Western powers who had taken a step back from the turmoil but the diplomacy in Berlin didn't go as far as it could have. The sides did not agree to a ceasefire. And that's a big deal but the foreign powers that back each side did agree to stop arming the combatants which is to say. They've agreed to stop ignoring a decades old arms embargo put in place by by the UN and that is meant to start the longer negotiation over a peace deal and will that work. Well that actually get closer to peace. T think it's the most helpful whole thing to happen in Libya in some time and yet I'm not very hopeful at all. Each side has just too much at stake. Here start with the foreign powers. You'll get Vladimir Putin. He's trying to build on. His success in. Syria extends influence in the eastern Mediterranean. And he thinks by backing Khalifa Abdur. That's the best way to do it now. Turkey on the other side has has even more on the line. Which is why it sent troops to Tripoli this month before all the chaos Turkish construction companies were heavily involved in Libya to the tune of something like twenty billion dollars dollars it would undoubtedly play a big role in rebuilding where peace ever to break out in Libya and signed a maritime border deal in November with the government in Tripoli that gives Turkey a decisive Zeiss of say in gas exploration in the eastern Mediterranean? Now these construction contracts that border deal these are things that get ripped up if half hour winds so Turkey. Rickie has a lot on the line and backing the government in Tripoli and let me just say word about half Dr here because he is the definition of a spoiler. I mean he's the reason why so you don't have much hope for Libya he's completely uncompromising believes Libya needs a strong man and of course that it should be him. He walked out of a conference in Moscow. The other week and we we said to be acting in the same usual stubborn way in Berlin he did not meet with fires. All Suraj the Prime Minister of the government in Tripoli and on Sunday his forces closed down to big oilfields in the southwest of the country. That was an attempt to show what kind of leverage he still holds over the government in Tripoli and so why has this come to a head now I mean dental half stars moves have been going on for some time and now it looks like there is this grand. International push for reconciliation think European countries have gotten more involved volved now because they see things getting out of control and they really want to stop that from happening and they want to do that because it's in their own interests to keep the conflict from really spiraling their. The biggest concern is really migrants and Libya had become a jumping off point for African migrants heading across the Mediterranean to Europe and there has been a downturn in the flow since two thousand seventeen nineteen when we got more involved and I think now they don't WanNa see another uptake and that's why you're seeing more action from France Italy and Germany also like Turkey. France and Italy have big energy interests in Libya and until now that has actually put them sooner on opposite sides of the conflict but recently they seem to be singing more more from the same hymn book and I think it's also for Germany and for Europe a test case of whether they can take a leading role in world diplomacy. And so. That's that's what the Berlin talks are all about you also saw at these talks. The European Union's foreign policy chief even hinted that you're might be willing to put troops on the ground if they're able to negotiate a peace deal and what about the Libyan people themselves which they make of all this jockeying for power and the international interest I mean Libyan. They really just want the fighting to stop. That was the main sense I got when I was in Tripoli last year people are just tired of a decade of chaos and instability. But they also see weakness in Tripoli government I mean fires Al Sir Ause the Prime Minister he is hostage to the militias. Who are supporting him? He doesn't have any real power and so many seem resigned to the idea that Libya I can only be ruled by a strong man and they're not so much rooting for Khalifa. Dr They just wanted to be over and think that will eventually come out on top. And what about the prospect aspect of Mr Half dark coming out on top as you say he's entirely uncompromising and seems to be the spoiler for multiple sets of talks here. How does this play out? If he's just simply not going to play the game. I mean you see this sort of grinding siege of Tripoli and I don't think he consider win this war on his own. He's been at the Tripoli since April so he needs foreign helped it all comes down to whether sort of Russia continues backing him and sort of how involved Turkey actually gets on the side of the UN back government in Tripoli if if the foreign powers cheap to the agreement reached in Berlin. Then you could see an end to this quite quickly. I don't foresee that happening. I think this war is going to go on on for some time yet and I think the foreign powers are going to get more involved from here after. Perhaps a momentary lull on the back of the Berlin Conference. Roger Thank you very much for joining us.

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"zeiss" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"zeiss" Discussed on KTRH

"Linden services personal assistant and after passing help supervise the restoration of this iconic films you talk about how meticulous family was given example of what you know how much it was there was only one of his movies yeah I mean use the lens that she and the other one being the one of the missing the point seven it is an infusion center and so we we could shooting just peel can away he got a lens from NASA yeah yeah NASA providing a Hollywood director with the lens is an incredible revelation I've looked into it that this was an extremely rare lands made by Carl Zeiss only ten of these were ever produced NASA had six they gave three to Kubrick as I skipped the last one so Cooper quiz given unprecedented access to question many ask is why and you know what time frame he would have gotten them from that hello I think you got that ground about sixty six seven so Rick got his hands on a Carl Zeiss planar fifty millimeter lands it had an F. number of point oh seven the smaller the F. number the larger the aperture so NASA use this lens to get images from the dark side of mode and then they gave it to Kubrick so but tally literally confirmed on national television that Kubrick struck up a relationship with NASA and that they had consulted him and worked with him on two thousand one a space Odyssey pretty amazing right Furthermore the investigation in the connections to Kubrick and the moon shots led to Douglas Trumbull Ladd Trumbull's well known trouble is the guy you did a lot of special effects for close encounters of the third kind he did it for Blade Runner I mean he created the effects for two thousand one a space Odyssey not trouble actually was responsible for creating the moon scape in the movie and he said that he can understand why people would wonder if the moon landing was faked the studio because he was the guy that picked a moonscape in the studio any delivery for Apollo was trouble was the.

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"zeiss" Discussed on BM English Speaking Radio

BM English Speaking Radio

05:54 min | 3 years ago

"zeiss" Discussed on BM English Speaking Radio

"The meaning of judicious is done with good judgement, wise, sensible or practice, and thoughtful with B M English speaking radio channel learn one new every day and impressed, the world in this English cabinetry lesson. You will learn how to use the word judicious. We are sure that this is a lesson will help you to enhance their English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Judicious is spelt, as g you d I c I. You as the word judicious is used to express something which is done after proper thinking, and is practical or sensible. For example, we may say that drew took judicious decision of becoming a psychologist since he was always curious about the human behavior will wasn't easy to understand the word judicious, listen carefully. How we can use the word judicious innate, different situations in different sentences example, number one of eight Mr. and MRs Mahajan, hosted a party for guests on the occasion of the thirtieth wedding anniversary. The arrangement was lavish and guests appreciated, the judicious selection of food and beverages. Moving onto example, number two of eight messes Brazil. Zeiss tools received quotations from different agencies for the attendance management software after carefully comparison, the purchase manager judiciously awarded the contract to the most expedience agency moving onto example. Number three of eight the youth sports organization had raised funds for celebrating the festival of Holi. However, few days prior to holy a massive earthquake hit nothern, India. Hence the organizing committee took a judicious decision to donate large part of collected funds to earthquake relief fund. While wasn't it noble on their part moving onto example. Number four of eight Brandon was at the city mall and he noticed a discount sale at an electronics store. He studied the various discount offers. And judiciously purchased a washing machine. Retrain English learners in vocabulary development in our advanced English fluency goes at our training centers in Mumbai by don't worry if you don't stay in Mumbai. We have an online English fluency costs for you to, to know more, visit our website, WWW dot VM consultants India dot com. Example, number five feet. Mrs Bondi had to select between a Hindi or English medium school for her daughter after visiting the schools teaching both languages. She judiciously chose the Hindi. Medium school, moving onto example, number six of eight. Do you agree that long as of work without any break can cause health hazards? There is a consensus among doctors that we must have a judicious balance between work and recreational activities. Don't you agree with that? Let's understand example, number seven or eight hundreds of flights operate from a busy airport round the clock. But the airport also needs regular maintains a judicious planning is needed for maximizing passengers comfort example, number eight of eight Mr. Bowes was the only earning member in his family. And insurance advisor explained him the importance of life insurance, Mr Bowe's, browsed, through various plants available and judiciously opted for the most suitable plan for himself to David

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 8 Ways to Use the Word "Judicious"

BM English Speaking Radio

04:24 min | 3 years ago

8 Ways to Use the Word "Judicious"

"The meaning of judicious is done with good judgement, wise, sensible or practice, and thoughtful with B M English speaking radio channel learn one new every day and impressed, the world in this English cabinetry lesson. You will learn how to use the word judicious. We are sure that this is a lesson will help you to enhance their English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Judicious is spelt, as g you d I c I. You as the word judicious is used to express something which is done after proper thinking, and is practical or sensible. For example, we may say that drew took judicious decision of becoming a psychologist since he was always curious about the human behavior will wasn't easy to understand the word judicious, listen carefully. How we can use the word judicious innate, different situations in different sentences example, number one of eight Mr. and MRs Mahajan, hosted a party for guests on the occasion of the thirtieth wedding anniversary. The arrangement was lavish and guests appreciated, the judicious selection of food and beverages. Moving onto example, number two of eight messes Brazil. Zeiss tools received quotations from different agencies for the attendance management software after carefully comparison, the purchase manager judiciously awarded the contract to the most expedience agency moving onto example. Number three of eight the youth sports organization had raised funds for celebrating the festival of Holi. However, few days prior to holy a massive earthquake hit nothern, India. Hence the organizing committee took a judicious decision to donate large part of collected funds to earthquake relief fund. While wasn't it noble on their part moving onto example. Number four of eight Brandon was at the city mall and he noticed a discount sale at an electronics store. He studied the various discount offers. And judiciously purchased a washing machine. Retrain English learners in vocabulary development in our advanced English fluency goes at our training centers in Mumbai by don't worry if you don't stay in Mumbai. We have an online English fluency costs for you to, to know more, visit our website, WWW dot VM consultants India dot com. Example, number five feet. Mrs Bondi had to select between a Hindi or English medium school for her daughter after visiting the schools teaching both languages. She judiciously chose the Hindi. Medium school, moving onto example, number six of eight. Do you agree that long as of work without any break can cause health hazards? There is a consensus among doctors that we must have a judicious balance between work and recreational activities. Don't you agree with that? Let's understand example, number seven or eight hundreds of flights operate from a busy airport round the clock. But the airport also needs regular maintains a judicious planning is needed for maximizing passengers comfort example, number eight of eight Mr. Bowes was the only earning member in his family. And insurance advisor explained him the importance of life insurance, Mr Bowe's, browsed, through various plants available and judiciously opted for the most suitable plan for himself to David

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"zeiss" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"zeiss" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"It's hard for me when I travel too much because you have your laptop keyboard it really kind of on top of it. But I always figured at some point. It was going to get me. And the only way I was ever going to be able to write would be to narrate it, essentially. And so I used to test that stuff a lot. And I hated it. I mean, I really hated it. And I now I've never written a story that way, and I hope never to. But I guess you never know. I don't know not so far. So where we're we. Let's see Nokia phones. Finally, they'll be sold for US wireless carriers. I mean, you know for Microsoft fans, kinda miss the windows phone days, h m h MD HMD is nice job at the Nokia brand. And they've they've been very aggressive about releasing models and upgrading them at all. There's been no real way to get them through wireless cares here in the United States. And so that's actually changing they've actually gotten some deals now some of the major carriers and. You know for the next, you know, going forward. Now, you you'll see that as an option when he go in a store and for lots of people, that's a great way. You know to to choose a phone, right? Not. I I go kicking and screaming into these stories, but for a lot of people that's how they do that. And so Verizon, obviously is the biggest wireless carrier the United States. Cricket wireless, if I'm not mistaken. I think is on by AT and T, I think so and I around have retail stars for sure I think the more is like an online thing. But actually, they are around as well based on eighteen t I guess based on I think there are AT's network. But anyway, that's a good. Good step. You know, not being on carry us has hurt a lot of phone makers for sure over the years and getting rises great. So that's good news for them. Cricket uses AT and T nationwide. Their parents owned by AT and T. I think they might sublease it or something. So neither of you. We're gonna run out to get an okay phone, actually. I'd love to use an okay, I I think they're beautiful. Yeah. Yeah. I would definitely consider what I mean. For me, you know, cameras a big deal. And I'm not sure any of the no KIA's are up there yet. But they did this license the peer view name, and they have a deal with Zeiss lenses, and you never know. Office three sixty five. They're going to use one drive as a default. Save location. It sounds like you guys both already used one drive is default save location as your default..

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"zeiss" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"zeiss" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Free ten day sample of xyzal, quite wise. Zeiss always the average medicine. That's just as effective at hour twenty four as a one which makes getting a free ten day sample one of the wisest things you can do soup. Don't be unwise. Be wise old visit xyzal dot com for your free. Sample today use as directed. Show. I'm sorry. Not sorry. Sorry. The shows that I turned down in motor to speak to you. You would be very impressed with yourself data that I could giving you the facts and natural right? Is a right. You'll have as a free American is not up for debate up for discussion up for abridgement, nor compromise nor rollback in any form. Listen live around the world. Are you a citizen or are you a subject because I'm a citizen, and I'll ask whatever question I want to win ever. I want to if you're a subject you go on a Nubia subject. I'm a citizen the Dino show. The state of the union is on. The state of the union is off. What if the president? I dunno responds with no he wants to keep the date any chance that could convince you otherwise. No. Will are responsible bay one open up. The government Senate now has.

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"zeiss" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"zeiss" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"We lost. We can't move forward. We go back to your politician analogy. It's like, what did you learn, and I would venture to guess that there's probably some larger story that that person would tell their friends and families about well, I didn't really lose the third party candidate, stole all my votes. Voter turnout was very low, and I understand the desire to do this. I have to push those desires down as well. But when you don't admit that you lost fair and square, you don't know how to fix it. And I think that there are I think that there are many young people coming of age right now who anytime they mess up somebody else fixes it for them. And of course, the danger in that is all of the people who are fixing it for them. See they learned how to fix it. And now they're not passing that on to the next generation. Now, I don't want to turn this into a bashing session on how all parents are hobbling because that's not fair either. So let's change the focus too. When you see? See your child because most of our listeners are a really relate to the parent aspect of this. When you see your child failing, and they're sad, and they're upset in every five of your being sane running there and fix it. What's the benefit in sitting back and saying, you know, what I'm gonna sit this one out. Even that might be an older nun thing. Right. Say I'm gonna go in there and fix it. I'm out. I and I love that you ask that question because it's so important because really the. The message of being affected with our emotional experience. A nuance nuanced being flexible is one of inter than between us so apparent in child or a couple and in trucks, and how do we relate for motion with all about? How do we relate to our motions and take those lessons who as signal guide post just like we made the biological example earlier just like we might listen to symptoms of a cold or symptoms from our body. The answer. There is apparent the most effective thing for parents to do is to. Very simply validates the child of now. The how validating is what is so wonderful about the mind from his face evidence for treatments like CBC act. My comment the hypnotherapy is the role of the parent or the partner or yourself to yourself is to first start by labeling that emotion, there's all kinds of wonderful research that shows the wonderful impact of simply finding them. Just right word for your emotional experience, which activates their little prefrontal cortex, downright appear like the legal, and I know a lot of psychobabble, but pushes home the biological point. The just find the word of the emotional experience. And then tell them that. It's okay to have it when we're when we're around eighteen months to two years old learning to regulate our emotions when a parent looks at little Johnny who just Zeiss cream and has the losses, Johnny. She look him in the Johnny. Aw was rise. Are you saying? Yeah. And she makes a cartoon Mike response Mirroring his experience. And what Johnny learns is. This is what sadness feels like mums still loves me. I'm okay when I feel sadness, I'm still lovable, and it will pass, and it's a normal part of my human experience, and that process that Mirroring process literally helps children why are that but neurological relationship, I just described as the orbital prefrontal cortex, they make it. So we want to continue that and in those moment to moment interactions. If you have a partner who is prone to strong emotion, you know, reassuring them in problem solving for the isn't helping them, but helping them to learn to validate and know that they're okay. Even in the face of those motions that does. Yeah. Give us.

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"zeiss" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"zeiss" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"To k display pure view, the pure display, you get all of that. And now there's no key on the side. And I'm like that. I like. The fact that case it exactly but injured one that's probably like the thing. I like most about Nokia phones now. As for like the camera bit, you know. I mean, it's worth reminding listeners. This is not the Leumi Nokia. Right. Like, this is like if you think back the. Leumi ten twenty right. Have like the crazy camera. That we can even go back to that. And say, yes, they have a proven reputation of camera that they can in fact make a good camera phone because this is not the same company. So it's just the same brand. Physically the same name. So that's the thing. Like, can we really expect a lot out of this? Now, if moves here, he would probably be like, you know, my may twenty pro has four cameras, and that's great. And that's true. Like, if you have a company, I qualify working with a company like lak-, they can make a really good camera phone, but these guys are Zeiss. Yeah. Well. You're right. Who knows because like, I just find it. So funny that like that. That's what the back might look. Our it looks. I mean, I guess moving towards house stuff looks if you if you busted out everyone's gonna be wow. That s five got a robot. That while factor itself looks good otherwise. So like in looks fine. Looks looks very twenty eight teen which I'm not sure if it's the best thing to look like in twenty nineteen would any forty five and all the other kind of best ges, but well, the aren't going to be there are going to be some changes in hardware design in twenty nineteen because we're trying to leave twenty eighteen in the dust, and that includes certain things like notches and stuff like that. So that is why everyone is really looking forward to what the Samsung galaxy S ten is gonna look like. And that's where on ex-tory is about. So that we potentially may have the I live four of what this will look like, I annoying. I know you have a lot about this. But essentially, you know, there are of course, going to be like case manufacturers in screen protector manufacturers who already have reference designs for what phone will look like. So they can have their products available for the launch of the phone. So those are clues themselves but clearly from other leakers like Evan blast. We have like a photo like this that has okay. I don't know if it's mirrored, but it looks like it's on the right side of the phone. The the whole punch also clearly one camera on the front, so we're not gonna get any dual cameras on. So Joel says it looks like it's mirrored because I think everyone is thinking it's going to be on the left. But either way you gotta whole Jenna corner. And it's that's where the cameras, and that's how you get a full, quote, unquote, full screen experience without resorting to watch. I mean. So mad. They can't even fix Instagram's stories with a notch. Now, they're going to put a hole in it. I'm gonna smudge it up so much because it's just like the middle of every. Yeah. I if this is the case, I'd rather have a best up. Okay. You have Basil's. Yeah. Notch. But vessel yet. Gosh. I hate the notch so much on like if I had a notch. I'd thrown it off. Okay. I don't see why we can be honest with ourselves here. If if you stopped making the notch happen, it's never going to happen. It's like, it's just it doesn't make sense. It's a Lee. And I don't see why it's such a big problem to have either bills or I do up. What do you call up the lane Snyder phones? Yeah. No that works. I'm a huge advocate of the slider returning..

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