Dual photography – Knight Bilham http://knightbilham.com/ Tue, 10 May 2022 10:10:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://knightbilham.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-2021-07-02T220243.831.png Dual photography – Knight Bilham http://knightbilham.com/ 32 32 Fotopod Booth receives the award for the most innovative 360° photo booth of 2022 https://knightbilham.com/fotopod-booth-receives-the-award-for-the-most-innovative-360-photo-booth-of-2022/ Tue, 10 May 2022 07:23:17 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/fotopod-booth-receives-the-award-for-the-most-innovative-360-photo-booth-of-2022/ California-based Fotopod Booth, LLC is a design and manufacturing company specializing in photo booth solutions for customers in the photography, events and corporate industries. Scheduled to be showcased at Photo Booth Expo 2022 in Las Vegas, Fotopod will launch a completely revolutionary and engaging video capture experience. The 360°ORB is Fotopod’s vision for the hottest […]]]>

California-based Fotopod Booth, LLC is a design and manufacturing company specializing in photo booth solutions for customers in the photography, events and corporate industries.

Scheduled to be showcased at Photo Booth Expo 2022 in Las Vegas, Fotopod will launch a completely revolutionary and engaging video capture experience. The 360°ORB is Fotopod’s vision for the hottest 360° photo booth concept on the market in 2022.

“It’s not a trend if you’re the first,” proclaimed Tu Le, chief designer and owner of Fotopod.

Fotopod was able to back up this claim with innovative 360° capture features. This includes the photo booth industry’s first white plus RGB 360° dual-control DMX LED tube, and smart app-controlled lighting technology, combined with a pending modular top-mounted planetary motor design. patent, all wrapped in smooth security. enclosure configuration.

At the pre-launch event in Las Vegas, Tu and his team revealed how challenging yet rewarding it was to bring such a unique product to the video capture and photo booth market. During the 2021 Covid-19 lockdown, the Fotopod team converged remotely, to collaborate on a sleek 360 degree video capture module with the main focus on ease of use, reliability and most importantly, great experience. safer user. “I’m so proud of what our team has accomplished given the challenges of lockdown, remote collaboration and supply chain,” Tu acknowledged.

The 360° ORB design team is made up of technical scientists, mechanical, electrical and robotics engineers, working with Hollywood Imagineers to invent a motorized speaker capture system mounted on the top.

The 360°ORB’s product approach to premium event ownership and public safety is evident in numerous design and hardware features. For example, the curved bulkhead provides an instant crowd control barrier. Therefore, there is no need to bring and set up traditional heavy rope/ribbon stanchions. The curved barrier is intended to contain all the surrounding Pixel Tube LED lights, and therefore, no need for additional lighting tripods. Guests inside the enclosure do not stand on any raised platform. Another new invention is the 360° rotating frame and the dynamic counterweight system. The patent-pending adjustable device, which contains the camera capture device, is designed to immediately disengage from the motor assembly if an object is accidentally struck, such as an unconscious guest. Since the ORB 360° is completely self-powered by the lithium power station, there are no loose power wires or cables, eliminating any occupational hazard.

The 360° ORB, packed with state-of-the-art features, was recently named the Most Innovative 360 ​​Photo Booth -2022 award from the prestigious UK-based Corporate LiveWire Awards. Industry-selected judges announced the 360° ORB as the strongest contender in the crowded 360° photo booth market and selected the 360° ORB as the overall winner for 2022.

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Flashback: LG V40 ThinQ, the first penta-camera phone, aimed to improve the company’s fortunes https://knightbilham.com/flashback-lg-v40-thinq-the-first-penta-camera-phone-aimed-to-improve-the-companys-fortunes/ Sun, 08 May 2022 13:18:39 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/flashback-lg-v40-thinq-the-first-penta-camera-phone-aimed-to-improve-the-companys-fortunes/ O Wale oni house xts 7 minutes ago LG v40 is 1 of the best of the year. Very nice 👍 phone 👍 S1012260 I use the G8X everyday for music and camera and overall it’s something no other phone can replace.Take a Samsung/Apple/any phone 4 times more expensive and LG […]]]>

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LG v40 is 1 of the best of the year. Very nice 👍 phone 👍

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I use the G8X everyday for music and camera and overall it’s something no other phone can replace.
Take a Samsung/Apple/any phone 4 times more expensive and LG is still better.

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Ai, 3 hours agoI don’t understand why the big screen is a problem for some people? And why it becomes a measure of c… more…when you have become a “brand loyal”, common sense and the need to get more for your money disappears!!!!!!!

Samsung and Apple brands are about to be recognized in a “higher social status”…when you buy their products, you are more “socially attractive”…

Smart buyers are not attracted to these fake lights!!!!!!

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Ai, 3 hours agoI don’t understand why the big screen is a problem for some people? And why it becomes a measure of c… moreThe hole is worse than the notch. At least the notched androids had the ability to craft a fake scope.

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LG had significantly more contributions than samsung and xiaomi.

Samsung copies it from others, advertises it as something new, and the media praises it.

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I don’t understand why the big screen is a problem for some people? And why it becomes a measure of comparison.
Iphone has a huge notch design and people always buy them.

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joe nodden, 4 hours agoThis would imply that the V30 was no better than the G5.the V30 had no problem in terms of technology…with the LG G5, otherwise LG bet on modular phones and was a big disaster…they never recovered from that!!!!!

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Currently, I have been using the V40 for 3 years.

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CopyX1982, 6 hours agoThe biggest problem here in the UK? Couldn’t buy LG phones unless you imported? … moreThe LG V60 has only been officially launched in certain markets, including: the United States, Canada, Taiwan and Japan.
You see, NOT EVEN SOUTH KOREA (their territory) is not included!

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I still have my LG G5 and it works well as a media player. The speaker is excellent. But the battery life is atrocious and the GPS becomes glitchy. The software has also fallen behind after only a few years, despite being flawlessly smooth when I first got it. It’s that obsolete eMMC.

Snapdragon 845 is still a good chip that this V40 has. I’m using my Pixel 3 again which has the same chip and it’s smooth after 4 years. I decided to sell my Razr 5G but keep my Flip 3. I hate the 765G. Comparable to an 835, it stalls after a few days each time. Gets boring. Only flagship Snapdragons for me. Will wait for the Razr 3 with Snap 8 Gen 1.

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507AMS, 4 hours agono, the LG G5 was the starting road towards its end!!!!! The V series was not really a problem… moreThis would imply that the V30 was no better than the G5.

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Anonymous, 11 hours agoThe LG V30 was one of the best phones ever made. I guess it can still be used without problems today.I’m responding to your comment with my LG V30 right now and it’s still working perfectly since the day I bought it which was at launch. Ditto for my wife’s V30. Probably the best Android phone ever.

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joe nodden, 5 hours agoThis trash was the beginning of the end. no, the LG G5 was the starting road towards its end!!!!!

The V-Series wasn’t much of an issue in terms of the technology involved. The problem with LG was poor marketing (“marketing to small target consumers” products not so well received) and poor support for software updates…

I loved every LG phone I owned (G3, G5, V20) but these products never caught the full attention of the public……

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This trash was the beginning of the end.

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And now we have a market saturated with Chinese phones with useless cameras and far too many models.

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Anonymous, 8 hours agoNokia 6, 7 Plus and some others are made in conjunction with Foxcon, newer and newer phones… moreYes, many HMD phones are ODM.
7+ was created by the FIH.
All assembled at Foxconn.

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I always kept my V40, V30, V20, G6 and G8… All these phones still work and are usable.. and the problem with the V40 is the battery life and probably that notch when its predecessor the V30 has a great design.

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The last 3-5 years have seen a slight saturation in smartphone camera quality, mostly due to extremely minor hardware improvements and even more minor tweaks to computational photography algorithms.
While Snapdragon, Mediatek, and Exynos have allowed up to 18-bit RAW, on their latest ISPs and processors, that wouldn’t really help without some drastic improvements in sensor technology, not just increased and increased imaging through HDR. They should have created 14-bit smartphone image sensors with improvements in the Quad Pixel/Tetracell CFA. And even faster reading, and even more frame to work with.

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The biggest problem here in the UK? Couldn’t buy LG phones unless you imported? I wanted the latest V series with the dual screen case, and would have looked at the one with the flip down second screen (forget the name) but you just couldn’t get them from a carrier like O2 here

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Better than any xiaomi ever made.

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Madhur Dhingra https://knightbilham.com/madhur-dhingra/ Sat, 07 May 2022 02:01:57 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/madhur-dhingra/ Śūnyatā – The Ultimate Void The images shown here are the first in a series of a personal journey where I seek answers to some fundamental questions about life, its meaning and purpose, and later my understanding of the nature of “reality”. This quest takes me to every nook and cranny of India to meet […]]]>

Śūnyatā – The Ultimate Void

The images shown here are the first in a series of a personal journey where I seek answers to some fundamental questions about life, its meaning and purpose, and later my understanding of the nature of “reality”. This quest takes me to every nook and cranny of India to meet sadhus, monks, philosophers, scientists and charlatans.

Footage of this story was shot in different parts of Ladakh and Zanskar, including ancient Buddhist monasteries dating back over 3000 years. These monasteries are located in the most remote regions of the Indian Himalayas.

I am an abstract street photographer, passionate about photographing random events and unfamiliar faces in the streets. Photography comes to me like the fulfillment of a void that has eaten away at me since my childhood. You will find this void reflected in most of my images and style. The isolation resulting from the pandemic made me rigorously search for a style that I could call entirely my own. My current work is the result of this very research. Many international magazines and galleries have published and exhibited my recent works.

Constant interaction with brilliant Vedic and Buddhist scholars and philosophers made me realize that the concept of a “Creator God” offered by organized religion is childish. He failed to fully comprehend this all-pervading, unconditioned, non-dual, eternal force. God is not a glorified being sitting somewhere in the universe, directing the lives of his people or attending to the minute details of their daily operations. We must understand that the “Universal Mind” does not exist separately in the universe but in it and as it.

The universe was not arbitrarily created by outside intervention, but was born of itself and governed by the eternal law of cause and effect or karma. The impressions of all objects in the universe sleep in the inner depths of the Universal Mind, until they become active through the work of Karma. They are then projected into our familiar spatio-temporal dimension which we call the material world. The universe is not only self-active but also self-determined.

Madhur Dhingra

www.madhurdhingra.com

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OPPO A96 brings plenty of photography features to a budget phone https://knightbilham.com/oppo-a96-brings-plenty-of-photography-features-to-a-budget-phone/ Thu, 05 May 2022 04:35:29 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/oppo-a96-brings-plenty-of-photography-features-to-a-budget-phone/ The OPPO A96 phone is now available in Australia, with the $399 handset offering another entry-level option for budget-conscious consumers. On the back of the mobile company’s flagship Find X5 series, the OPPO A96 is a more affordable phone with plenty of features to its name. For starters, the A96 has a 6.59-inch 90Hz display […]]]>

The OPPO A96 phone is now available in Australia, with the $399 handset offering another entry-level option for budget-conscious consumers.

On the back of the mobile company’s flagship Find X5 series, the OPPO A96 is a more affordable phone with plenty of features to its name. For starters, the A96 has a 6.59-inch 90Hz display at a higher-than-FHD 1080×2412 resolution. Depending on what you’re using it for, adaptive refresh rate technology adjusts the rate refresh so it’s smooth when needed while preserving battery life. To make unlocking easier, you can use either your fingerprint on the side of the phone or face recognition.

As for said battery, the OPPO A96’s 5000mAh battery supports 33W SUPERVOOCTM fast charging, so a 30-minute charge boosts the phone to just over half capacity. Internally, the A96 runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G Mobile Platform chip, with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage powering the Android 11 device. OPPO claims the A96 is capable of better multitasking and a smoother overall experience, and you can expand storage via the Micro SD card slot.

On the back, you’ll find a dual camera array that includes a 50MP rear camera designed to accommodate high pixel count and high photosensitivity. This camera also supports 5x digital zoom and up to 20 burst shots. A 2MP bokeh camera is also included in the range, enabling portrait mode photography with blurred backgrounds, ideal for capturing that bokeh effect of light sources in the distance.

Oppo A96 Star Black.

Meanwhile, the front camera of OPPO A96 is 16MP, aided by several features including AI natural retouching and 360-degree fill light function, which helps brighten and increase the clarity of photos. taken in low light environments.

With the camera and photography at the center of any modern phone, the OPPO A96 also includes a range of features aimed at increasing the photography capabilities of a budget phone. These features include AI Palette, Neon Portrait, Flash Snapshot and Selfie HDR, all geared towards versatility in a range of settings.

Of course, it wouldn’t be a phone ad without mentioning the color options on offer. Locally, the OPPO A96 is currently available in Starry Black and Sunset Blue. Now available from major Australian retailers in-store and online, OPPO’s latest is the case for a budget phone with attractive photography features.

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The Impact of Giving – Syracuse.edu https://knightbilham.com/the-impact-of-giving-syracuse-edu/ Tue, 03 May 2022 13:38:25 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/the-impact-of-giving-syracuse-edu/ Izzy Hong ’22: the road to success “I have really enjoyed the training, internship and networking opportunities Syracuse has given me,” says Isabelle “Izzy” Hong ’22, advertising major and entrepreneur. Isabelle “Izzy” Hong ’22 is a creative entrepreneur who launched an online jewelry store in 2021 and quickly discovered that she loved advertising. “I love […]]]>

Izzy Hong ’22: the road to success

Isabella Hong '22 seated.

“I have really enjoyed the training, internship and networking opportunities Syracuse has given me,” says Isabelle “Izzy” Hong ’22, advertising major and entrepreneur.

Isabelle “Izzy” Hong ’22 is a creative entrepreneur who launched an online jewelry store in 2021 and quickly discovered that she loved advertising. “I love media strategy mixed with creativity,” she says. She used what she learned in her classes at SI Newhouse School of Public Communications to grow her business, merging advertising with social media marketing and branding.

Hong received a scholarship to support his academic endeavors. She says scholarships aren’t just about donations, they’re about creating opportunity. “Scholarships make Syracuse a more diverse and wealthy place. Donating to a scholarship that can directly support someone who may not have the same outlook as someone else is really powerful.

As a member of the Forever Orange Student Alumni Council, Hong shares her appreciation for the many opportunities Syracuse has given her to connect directly with alumni. “I joined the Forever Orange Student Alumni Council because I really enjoyed the training, internship and networking opportunities Syracuse gave me.”

Scholarships make Syracuse a more diverse and wealthy place. Donating to a scholarship that can directly support someone who may not have the same outlook as someone else is really powerful.

—Izzy Hong ’22

Hong’s goal is to work in media planning after graduation, and she has amassed some impressive experiences to help her with her ambitions, including an internship at New York Post social media hub. She is also the Media Director of the Syracuse team for the American Advertising Federation’s National Student Advertising Contest. “I’m learning from my involvement and also gaining a ton of great experience.”

MaryKate Krege ’22: Designing a Future

Growing up in the Albany area, MaryKate Krege ’22 saw several of her cousins ​​attend Syracuse University and it seemed like she was destined to attend Syracuse as well. “My first Halloween costume was a Syracuse University cheerleader,” she says.

Mary Kate Krege '22 writes.

School of Architecture graduate MaryKate Krege ’22 says her college experience was enriched by the scholarships she received, including the Connie Caldwell Summer Internship Award, which helped pay for her his summer internship costs.

Now, Krege is finishing her final weeks as an undergraduate in architecture school and will move to New York after graduation to work for Gensler, an architecture firm with 50 offices worldwide. . She credits the strength of the school’s undergraduate program and Syracuse’s extensive alumni network for its opportunities. “I was able to develop quite close relationships with some alumni and get some real mentorship,” Krege says.

Her academic experience has been enriched by the scholarships she has received, including the Connie Caldwell Summer Internship Award, a donation made by the deGraffenried Foundation to help defray her summer internship costs. She says the scholarships have allowed her to pursue her studies with less stress related to financing her studies.

The scholarships I have received have meant more to me than just financial support. It’s about the feeling of being connected with the University.

—Mary Kate Krege ’22

Also significant for Krege was being named a Memorial Scholar, which honors the 35 students who were killed in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. It is one of the highest awards a Syracuse University student can receive. “Being a Remembrance Scholar taught me to be more present,” she says.

For the past four years, Krege has worked for Telefund, the telephone arm of the Fund for Syracuse. It’s a fun experience for Krege because she can connect with oldies of all ages. It also opened his eyes to why alumni give back to the University. “The scholarships I received mean more to me than just financial support. It’s about the feeling of being connected with the University,” she says.

Ben Piers ’22: capturing his vision

You will usually find Ben Piers ’22 with a camera in hand. The College of Visual and Performing Arts video art major enjoys making documentaries and hopes to work for a production company after graduation. “I love the work behind the scenes.”

Ben Piers sitting at his desk with camera.

Ben Piers ’22, an art video specialist and Syracuse University library worker, was awarded a student scholarship and says the scholarships provide relief to students and their families.

Piers recently received a student employee scholarship from Syracuse University Libraries, where he has worked for three years, and he has seen the importance of scholarships to others as well. “Receiving scholarships from your university is like a weight on your shoulders,” says Piers. “That means you can fully focus on academics. Donors help ease the stress for students and parents when it comes to funding your future. Donor donations make higher education accessible.

Fashion photography is also a passion of Piers. He took a fashion video course at the Newhouse School and works for Jerk Magazine, a student-run general interest magazine at Syracuse University. As a transfer student, Piers was determined to take advantage of every opportunity and gain as much experience as possible at Syracuse. This included becoming a guidance leader, working for Syracuse University Libraries, and interning for American High, a Syracuse-based production company. He also honed his creative skills as a member of First Year Players, a student-run musical theater organization. Whether behind the camera or on stage, Piers is ready for action.

Receiving scholarships from your university is like a weight on your shoulders. This means that you can fully concentrate on academics.

—Ben Piers ’22

Tia Thevenin ’18, L’23: Pushing the boundaries

For Tia Thevenin ’18, L’23, giving back to Syracuse University is imperative. “It’s an obligation I feel towards myself.”

Tia Thevenin '18.

Tia Thevenin ’18, L’23 received a full undergraduate academic athletic scholarship. The dual JD/MBA student says scholarships transform lives.

Thevenin, currently in her second year of law school, ran for the track team as an undergraduate at Syracuse after receiving a full academic track scholarship. “The scholarship allowed me to think freely, be more flexible, experience more things and take more risks,” says Thevenin, who earned a bachelor of science in psychology at the College of Arts and Sciences. .

As a scholarship recipient, Thevenin is grateful to those whose donations made her experiences at Syracuse University possible. “Scholarships allow students to maximize experiences in the classroom and beyond. They end up transforming lives. What students can do is limitless when they have support. She says the donors are some of the most selfless people she has ever met. “Donors just want to see students thrive. I don’t think there is anything more altruistic than that.

Scholarships allow students to maximize experiences in the classroom and beyond and ultimately transform our lives. What students can do is limitless when they have support.

—Tia Thevenin ’18, L’23

Originally from Canada, Thevenin plans to practice corporate law in New York after graduating next year. A double JD/MBA student, Thevenin is also working towards obtaining a master’s degree in business administration from the Martin J. Whitman School of Management. She says more than anything, her career as an athlete has prepared her for classes in both rigorous programs. “Being ready to take on challenges and push your mind to new heights are lessons I’ve learned from my running track.”

David Williams ’22: Powerful Connections

Portrait of David Williams '22.

Remembrance Scholar and policy student David Williams, 22, who begins his work as a strategy consultant at IBM after graduating, says the Remembrance Fellowship has allowed him to connect with the University and with other students through the service.

David Williams ’22, a political studies major at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, came to Syracuse University to pursue a pre-med track. A hard-hitting conversation with political studies professor Bill Coplin changed his trajectory. After graduation, Williams will begin her role as a strategy consultant at IBM.

He gained significant experience when he interned with Kelsey in May 2017 in the City of Syracuse’s Digital Services Department and made other important connections through his participation in the Forever Orange Student Alumni Council. He says his participation made him feel connected to the university community and other students through service.

This bond was reinforced by his experience as a Remembrance seeker. “Commemoration allows us to celebrate stories to build connection and a sense of belonging on campus,” says Williams. “It’s important to recognize the uniqueness each of us brings to the community while we’re here.”

Giving is an opportunity to show others that there are no limits to what you can accomplish at Syracuse University – the only thing that can limit you is yourself.

—David Williams ’22

Williams, who received both an Invest in SUccess scholarship and a scholarship to fund her thesis work, says it’s important to give back through scholarships. “Giving reminds us of our roots and also allows us to root for someone else on a similar path,” he says. “Giving is an opportunity to show others that there are no limits to what you can achieve at Syracuse University – the only thing that can limit you is yourself.”

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Speakers share life lessons as Class of 2022 celebrates the start of spring https://knightbilham.com/speakers-share-life-lessons-as-class-of-2022-celebrates-the-start-of-spring/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 00:05:18 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/speakers-share-life-lessons-as-class-of-2022-celebrates-the-start-of-spring/ Jessica Dixon, Presidential Scholar from Melbourne, Florida, graduated from the College of Arts and Sciences on Friday, April 29, 2022. One of Friday night’s graduates was Jessica Dixon, a presidential fellow from Melbourne, Florida, who double majored in cellular and molecular neuroscience and statistics. Dixon continued her studies in neuroscience after watching her sister recover […]]]>
Jessica Dixon, Presidential Scholar from Melbourne, Florida, graduated from the College of Arts and Sciences on Friday, April 29, 2022.

One of Friday night’s graduates was Jessica Dixon, a presidential fellow from Melbourne, Florida, who double majored in cellular and molecular neuroscience and statistics. Dixon continued her studies in neuroscience after watching her sister recover from a massive stroke and learning to navigate life with her own diagnosis of Tourette.

“What I enjoyed most about FSU was the faculty mentorship,” Dixon said. “FSU professors truly care about you as a person and want to help you achieve your professional goals. Although I will be missing office hours with my favorite professors, I plan to keep in touch via email as I I will always benefit from their life experience and advice.

Dixon’s time at FSU is marked by accomplishments including receiving the Goldwater Fellowship, being named the 2022 President’s Undergraduate Humanitarian of the Year, and earning the Data Programming and Analysis Certificate. SAS with distinction. Most recently, she received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship that will help her pursue her doctoral studies in neuroscience at Harvard University.

“Walking on this stage is a symbol of the closing of a great chapter in my life at FSU and the beginning of my journey around the world,” she said. “I have grown so much as a person and learning at FSU and to be able to step on stage and receive my diploma in recognition of this experience is an honor.”

When Beatrice Wallin was 13 and living in Gothenburg, Sweden, she dreamed of playing golf and graduating from a university in the United States. After four years as a member of the FSU women’s golf team, Wallin fulfilled her dream Friday night by crossing the stage and graduating from college.

“I’m proud of everything I’ve accomplished and the person I’ve become, so graduating feels like the culmination of my hard work,” Wallin said. “I’m very grateful to my coaches and teammates for challenging me to become a better version of myself for the past four years.”

With a humanities degree and a successful college golf career, Wallin is excited for the next chapter in her life. Wallin hopes to become a professional golfer and looks forward to giving back to FSU and the golf program.

“The FSU Women’s Golf Program has given me so much, so I’d like to give back to future Noles who are as passionate about golf as I am,” Wallin said.

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Realme C35 in Nepal: flashy design, big battery and fast charging in the budget change https://knightbilham.com/realme-c35-in-nepal-flashy-design-big-battery-and-fast-charging-in-the-budget-change/ Sun, 24 Apr 2022 03:15:00 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/realme-c35-in-nepal-flashy-design-big-battery-and-fast-charging-in-the-budget-change/ Realme C35 is Realme’s latest entry-level smartphone. The latest C-series is one of many releases from Realme this year. Not so long ago, Realme released Realme 9 Pro+, Realme Narzo 50 and Realme 9i. But, the newest, Realme C35 is a stylish smartphone and offers decent features for its price. The phone offers a slim […]]]>

Realme C35 is Realme’s latest entry-level smartphone. The latest C-series is one of many releases from Realme this year.

Not so long ago, Realme released Realme 9 Pro+, Realme Narzo 50 and Realme 9i. But, the newest, Realme C35 is a stylish smartphone and offers decent features for its price. The phone offers a slim and dynamic design, a large screen with a large battery backup and a fast charger. The phone also has a high reliability certification and features a triple camera setup.

Let’s see in detail to find out what more the phone has to offer.

Features

Dimensions Height: 164.4mm
Width: 75.6mm
Thickness: 8.1mm
Weight: 189 grams
Display 6.6-inch, 600-nit IPS LCD display
Screen-to-body ratio 90.7%
Simulator dual sims
Resolution 1080*2408 pixels
SE Android 11, Realme UI R edition
chipset Unisoc T616 (12nm)
GPUs Arm Mali-G57
Storage 64/128 GB
SD card slot Dedicated location
RAM 4GB
Camera Front: 8MP, f/2.0
Back:
50MP, f/1.8, PDAF
2MP, f/2.4, (macro)
0.3MP, f/2.8 (B&W)
His Speakers
3.5mm headphone jack
Battery 5000 mAh, li-po, non-removable
18W fast charge
Sensors Side-mounted fingerprint sensor
light sensor
Gyro-meter
Proximity sensor
Acceleration sensor
Magnetic induction sensor
Colors Glossy Green, Glossy Black
Price 20,499 rupees (4/64 GB)
21,999 rupees (4/128 GB)

Design and display

Photo: Realme

Realme C35 flaunts one of the most stylish and pleasing designs in its category. The phone has a glass front and a plastic body. The Realme C35 comes with a new right angle bezel as thin as 8.1mm, combining visual experience with comfortable feeling. It’s one of the slimmest phones in the segment, and the dynamic and glossy design on the back makes it look trendy and attractive. It also has a side fingerprint sensor for added security.

Realme C35
Photo: Realme

The phone weighs around 189 grams and comes in two colors: glossy black and glossy green. Realme C35 also has dual certification – TUV Smartphone High-Reliability and Real Quality Certification.

Realme C35
Photo: Realme

On the front is a 6.6-inch IPS LCD screen with a teardrop notch style. The screen of the phone offers a resolution of 1080 x 2408 pixels and can reach a maximum brightness of 600 nits. The phone’s large screen can be handy for binge-watching or for surfing videos and the web.

Cameras

Realme C35
Photo: Realme

Realme C35 has a triple camera setup on the back and a single selfie shooter on the front. The phone is expected to feature the flagship-level 50MP main camera, the same as GT2 Pro, with a large area with an f/1.8 aperture, allowing for more detail in photos and easy access for users to take decent shots. . The main camera is accompanied by the 0.3MP f/2.8 B&W for portraits and a 2MP f/2.4 macro sensor.

On the front is an 8MP selfie camera with an aperture of f/2.0 and HDR function.

Photography modes on the phone include 50MP, burst, filter, timelapse, pro, panorama, macro, night pro, portrait, and HDR. The main camera can record video in 1080p @30fps resolution while the front camera can only record video in 720p resolution.

Performance and Storage

Realme C35
Photo: Realme

Realme C35 runs on Realme UI R Edition based on Android 11. The phone is powered by Unisoc Tiger T616 (12nm) chipset. It is an entry-level Octa-Core chipset that brings stable performance to the device.

For storage, Realme C35 comes in a single 4GB RAM option paired with 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. The user has the option to expand the storage with a microSD card and there is a dedicated card slot on the phone.

Battery life, connectivity and more

Realme C35
Photo: Realme

There is a non-removable 5000mAh Li-Po battery on Realme C35. The phone supports 18W fast charging, which should fully charge the phone in no time. The phone has the Quick Freeze app which helps in minimizing the battery usage. There is also a super power saving mode on the phone. By enabling this mode, the user can get 3.6 hours of Spotify, 50.2 hours of standby and 1.8 hours of calling even when the battery is only at 5%.

For connectivity, the phone supports dual sims and dual band Wifi for internet connection. The phone also supports GPS and FM radio. For wireless connectivity, the phone has Bluetooth 5.0 while for wired connectivity and charging, the phone uses USB Type-C 2.0 cables. The phone also provides a 3.5mm headphone jack for audio connectivity.

Highlighting the notable features of the phone, it offers:

  • Slim and dynamic design
  • Big screen
  • TÜV certification
  • 50MP triple camera
  • Fingerprint sensor
  • Slot for 3 cards
  • Large 5000mAh backup battery
  • 18W fast charge

The Realme C35 is priced at Rs 20,499 for 4/64GB and Rs 21,999 for the 4/128GB variant.

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Digital Glue & Breakthrough Photography develop the first B4 to RF pro mount for the RED V-RAPTOR & KOMODO https://knightbilham.com/digital-glue-breakthrough-photography-develop-the-first-b4-to-rf-pro-mount-for-the-red-v-raptor-komodo/ Sat, 23 Apr 2022 03:14:29 +0000 https://knightbilham.com/digital-glue-breakthrough-photography-develop-the-first-b4-to-rf-pro-mount-for-the-red-v-raptor-komodo/ Adding a B4 lens to a modern cinema camera is no easy task. B4 lenses are designed for smaller 2/3 chip sensors, and to get the best coverage some sort of lens is usually needed behind or inside the frame. This solution is not designed for all cameras. This is specifically for the RED V-RAPTOR […]]]>

Adding a B4 lens to a modern cinema camera is no easy task. B4 lenses are designed for smaller 2/3 chip sensors, and to get the best coverage some sort of lens is usually needed behind or inside the frame. This solution is not designed for all cameras. This is specifically for the RED V-RAPTOR and KOMODO.

Digital Glue worked with Breakthrough Photography to develop a B4 to RF mount. They state that this is the first professional B4 to RF mount for the RED V-RAPTOR and KOMODO. This is a simple mechanical mount that allows owners of B4 2/3″ lenses to use them with the KOMODO at HD 120fps or UHD 60fps with the built-in doubler engaged. If you have a V-RAPTOR, you can use a B4 lens to record HD and up to 240 fps and UHD up to 120 fps with the doubler on. As RED cameras can do a center crop on the sensor, they will work with a wide range of B4 lenses. Center crop mode allows the camera to effectively utilize those lenses designed for much smaller sensors. There are no optics inside the B4 to RF mount.

Adapters like these are pretty niche products and there won’t be a ton of people putting a 2/3″ B4 lens on a RED. Yes, you can use a B4 lens in a live environment or a broadcast scenario, but that is also true for any lens. What you also need to remember is that this is a mechanical adapter, so it’s not going to power a B4 lens and give you servo zoom capabilities. You would need to use an additional solution to be able to power the lens. Yes, you can just use the manual zoom ring, but it defeats the purpose of wanting to use a servo zoom lens in the first place.

Revolutionary Photography BF to RF Adapter 3

It is important to understand that a modern 2/3″ B4 lens will work best. Older B4 lenses that aren’t designed for a single sensor won’t give you the quality you want. You’ll also often find that when using older 2/3″ lenses designed for use on CCD sensors, you’ll get pretty bad chromatic aberration on a modern sensor.

The Digital Glue & Breakthrough Photography B4 to RF mount will be on display at Digital Glue in NAB Booth C4442 along with a fully equipped RAPTOR.