jaykumarr

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jaykumarr: I am from India, I involve in politics and several issues people face.
Indian officials has rejected this google street view because it will expose lot of truth:
1) Most of the buildings in cities,towns are built with NO APPROVAL from authorities. Illegal extensions, encroachments etc etc etc common. Authorities prefer bribes instead of auditing and certifying. That includes buildings owned by Media, magazines.

2) The cable companies owned by anti-Indian, leftist parties run illegal cable lines for miles in every town for decades without paying charges to government would reach billion $s.
3) Churches, Mosques: 90% of Churches are built illegally in Hindu temple lands, directly by encroaching audaciously. Illegal activities like using cone-speakers are common.

4)Thousands of lands donated to Hindu temples, including temple- ponds disappeared over years.

Generally Indians are corrupt, prefer ignorance and scream 'intolerance by Hindu Govt' if any corrective action is taken.

@Jaythomasni,
I wrote, not because I hate India, but because I love. I have righteous anger about my mother country.
You live in India, but you seem to do nothing about it and live in bliss. I live in US, I see stark differences. I see in US, Churches don't create hatred 90% of the times. In India Churches do 90% of times. I see in US, Hindu students can wear their religious symbols to convents. In India the convents get free land, get Hindu student's money, pay no tax (as minority law supports), and dismiss Hindu students if they wear religious symbol. Will that ever happen in US?

Why is Indians leave no way for ambulance in traffic? Why ambulance arrives one hour after the call from just 4 miles distance? Why if you try to save a person in accident, police drills you to the extent that you would never dare to help anyone? why when muslim students fast in Ramadhan thousands of schools ban Christian and Hindu children from eating lunch? Did you care any of this?

Link | Posted on Jun 16, 2016 at 19:59 UTC
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jaykumarr: I am from India, I involve in politics and several issues people face.
Indian officials has rejected this google street view because it will expose lot of truth:
1) Most of the buildings in cities,towns are built with NO APPROVAL from authorities. Illegal extensions, encroachments etc etc etc common. Authorities prefer bribes instead of auditing and certifying. That includes buildings owned by Media, magazines.

2) The cable companies owned by anti-Indian, leftist parties run illegal cable lines for miles in every town for decades without paying charges to government would reach billion $s.
3) Churches, Mosques: 90% of Churches are built illegally in Hindu temple lands, directly by encroaching audaciously. Illegal activities like using cone-speakers are common.

4)Thousands of lands donated to Hindu temples, including temple- ponds disappeared over years.

Generally Indians are corrupt, prefer ignorance and scream 'intolerance by Hindu Govt' if any corrective action is taken.

sorry for my bad English. That is all i can with my English knowledge.

I suggest google to directly speak to the Prime Minister of India, a rare gem among the filth. It is very very difficult even for PM to fix things. He will be given all wrong information about people, topology, events, by the corrupt officials. All the officials are trained to be 'yes sir / yes madam' type, having extreme hopelessness created by 65 years of poor governance. Just asking Indian people to do their duty would cause extreme anger and enmity from them, be it a laborer or supervisor or inspector or director.

Link | Posted on Jun 13, 2016 at 19:02 UTC
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jaykumarr: I am from India, I involve in politics and several issues people face.
Indian officials has rejected this google street view because it will expose lot of truth:
1) Most of the buildings in cities,towns are built with NO APPROVAL from authorities. Illegal extensions, encroachments etc etc etc common. Authorities prefer bribes instead of auditing and certifying. That includes buildings owned by Media, magazines.

2) The cable companies owned by anti-Indian, leftist parties run illegal cable lines for miles in every town for decades without paying charges to government would reach billion $s.
3) Churches, Mosques: 90% of Churches are built illegally in Hindu temple lands, directly by encroaching audaciously. Illegal activities like using cone-speakers are common.

4)Thousands of lands donated to Hindu temples, including temple- ponds disappeared over years.

Generally Indians are corrupt, prefer ignorance and scream 'intolerance by Hindu Govt' if any corrective action is taken.

I have personally witnessed in trials where the judge would question " why the property is under construction despite even after court rule?" . The defense attorney would audaciously answer "the photo is fake, 'morphed', there was no construction in progress".
People known to me filed petitions using google maps like
"There was a granite hill in this place, now a quarry has stolen all of it. where is it? "
"There was a 260 ft long, 235 ft wide pond with water capacity was there, it is encroached by this. 2008 google map photos are attached. Now 2016 google map shows buildings there" .

The google photos, street views will expose lot frauds done by the authorities in the Indian government. I think if it was previous government, they would even ban google-maps.

Link | Posted on Jun 13, 2016 at 16:07 UTC

I am from India, I involve in politics and several issues people face.
Indian officials has rejected this google street view because it will expose lot of truth:
1) Most of the buildings in cities,towns are built with NO APPROVAL from authorities. Illegal extensions, encroachments etc etc etc common. Authorities prefer bribes instead of auditing and certifying. That includes buildings owned by Media, magazines.

2) The cable companies owned by anti-Indian, leftist parties run illegal cable lines for miles in every town for decades without paying charges to government would reach billion $s.
3) Churches, Mosques: 90% of Churches are built illegally in Hindu temple lands, directly by encroaching audaciously. Illegal activities like using cone-speakers are common.

4)Thousands of lands donated to Hindu temples, including temple- ponds disappeared over years.

Generally Indians are corrupt, prefer ignorance and scream 'intolerance by Hindu Govt' if any corrective action is taken.

Link | Posted on Jun 13, 2016 at 15:54 UTC as 21st comment | 6 replies
On photo Gosford Refection 2008 DP in the Blue, Green & White in Nature challenge (4 comments in total)

great shot

Link | Posted on Jun 11, 2016 at 23:50 UTC as 1st comment | 1 reply
On article Lens shootout: Sony RX10 III destroys the competition (472 comments in total)
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dpr4bb: Many thanks to the DPR team for providing such detailed and informative comparison of lens performance at multiple focal lengths and apertures. This is extremely useful for anyone trying to decide which one of these cameras to buy. I'm not aware of any other review site that provides this type of analysis in such accessible form. Great job! Ignore all the rude and crass comments from butt hurt fanboys and trolls of various colors.

@PaulDavis,
I fully agree with you.
What I meant was, this kind of comparisons did not happen previously. But came quite late, with not very polite title and opposition, which might discourage dpreview to frequently write this kind of reviews.

Link | Posted on May 27, 2016 at 23:54 UTC
On article Lens shootout: Sony RX10 III destroys the competition (472 comments in total)
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dpr4bb: Many thanks to the DPR team for providing such detailed and informative comparison of lens performance at multiple focal lengths and apertures. This is extremely useful for anyone trying to decide which one of these cameras to buy. I'm not aware of any other review site that provides this type of analysis in such accessible form. Great job! Ignore all the rude and crass comments from butt hurt fanboys and trolls of various colors.

12 years back, for FZ-20, www.dcresource.com did tele-end comparison as well. I have several times asked dpreview.com to compare tele-end, ( what else super zooms are for?), but this unfortunate event became 800$ camera compared to 1500$ camera.

Link | Posted on May 27, 2016 at 07:00 UTC
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Ramjager: DPR as someone noted below have continued to sprooking the advantages of Nikon AF over Canon.
Yet the first hand evidence is quite clearly the reverse with every major user who has used both stating clearly the Canon bodies are more reliable.
In fact the number of pro sports guys who have left Nikon to jump to Canon for 12fps and accurate AF over the last 5 years is very long and very distinguished.
The 1Dx has the best AF ever put in an SLR to date
Ask any airshow/ F1 or sports photographer what camera was the body of choice since 2011 and it certainly wasn't a Nikon.
Poor tracking of low contrast targets and highly unreliable performance compared to the 1Dx caused much angst in Nikon ranks.
Surprisingly the reports from the D5 are the same with minor AF errors meaning F4 lenses shot wide open are generating slightly OOF results.
Something very weird going on where hard core users report issues yet a renowned Nikon favouring website reports clear superiority..

In 2008 Nikon D300 was very famous and high iso,speed was considered as most desirable function and not detail and resolution. 7D came in 2009 with speed and even more MP/detail and multi-processor AF. By then no comparison like this one was held.

Even now, DPR is doing tests of lens like Tamron 150-600. But there is no direct comparison with Canon 100-400 doing a BIF or motor sports unlike this test now. Whatever may be the reach and detail, if Tamron locks focus 1/2 second later than Canon, then we can pretty much forget BIF or motor sports.

Now, it is true that suddenly
DPR is doing 'new comparisons' that were not there.

Link | Posted on May 23, 2016 at 06:55 UTC
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jaykumarr: In 1972, about 2.4 million Hindus were killed in East Pakistan. The American counselor general Mr. Blood, who witnessed the genocide sent telegrams to Mr.Nixon & Mr.Kissinger as 'stop genocide happening'. India tried to intervene but was stopped by Mr.Kissinger since, as per Mr.Kissinger's advice Nixon sent the biggest war ship in history then, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) with nuclear weapons to attack India, just incase India provokes by attacking the Islamic neighbor lest genocide.

The American photographer who covered the above genocide won pulitzer price, Mr. Kissinger won Nobel prize for peace in 1973 . But no one cared to stop the genocide genocide.https://themuslimissue.wordpress.com/2014/08/04/in-1971-muslims-murdered-2-4-million-hindus-and-raped-200000-hindu-women/

The photography is very important for me. But the photographers win prizes walking over the bodies of dead subjects. I point out that.

Link | Posted on May 13, 2016 at 06:05 UTC

In 1972, about 2.4 million Hindus were killed in East Pakistan. The American counselor general Mr. Blood, who witnessed the genocide sent telegrams to Mr.Nixon & Mr.Kissinger as 'stop genocide happening'. India tried to intervene but was stopped by Mr.Kissinger since, as per Mr.Kissinger's advice Nixon sent the biggest war ship in history then, USS Enterprise (CVN-65) with nuclear weapons to attack India, just incase India provokes by attacking the Islamic neighbor lest genocide.

The American photographer who covered the above genocide won pulitzer price, Mr. Kissinger won Nobel prize for peace in 1973 . But no one cared to stop the genocide genocide.https://themuslimissue.wordpress.com/2014/08/04/in-1971-muslims-murdered-2-4-million-hindus-and-raped-200000-hindu-women/

Link | Posted on May 12, 2016 at 15:39 UTC as 4th comment | 2 replies
On photo Of Lupine & Balsam Root in the Spring's in bloom challenge (4 comments in total)

nature gave. Nature took.

Link | Posted on May 1, 2016 at 15:43 UTC as 1st comment
On article The Canon that can: Canon EOS 80D Review (681 comments in total)
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Mikael Risedal: it is nice that Canon has waked up from the sensor slumber and now has a sensor who are better but still are behind Sony regarding DR, and where are 4K video?

@Jaythomasni, one example of hypocrite is fool who did not study Shakespeare or George Orwell but just has prejudice that the person who does not have fluency in English is low class person. It is history that Edison, Marconi (despite Italian) were loved by English and they stole every work of Tesla, who was not English man.

Link | Posted on Apr 29, 2016 at 01:21 UTC
On article The Canon that can: Canon EOS 80D Review (681 comments in total)
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Mikael Risedal: it is nice that Canon has waked up from the sensor slumber and now has a sensor who are better but still are behind Sony regarding DR, and where are 4K video?

captura,
The failure is you. The OP has written in wrong English, nevertheless I could easily understand. But you alone had some problem, probably you thought English is superior and your first language is inferior.

Link | Posted on Apr 28, 2016 at 05:55 UTC
On article The Canon that can: Canon EOS 80D Review (681 comments in total)
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RedFox88: Which lens was used in the cyclist af test?

Even the tennis players photo was shot with old Canon-100-400 lens that is 15+years old. New 100-400MK2 lens must be better.

Link | Posted on Apr 28, 2016 at 02:06 UTC
On article The Canon that can: Canon EOS 80D Review (681 comments in total)
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Mikael Risedal: it is nice that Canon has waked up from the sensor slumber and now has a sensor who are better but still are behind Sony regarding DR, and where are 4K video?

I don't know why tf I should learn a language named English, that was mother tongue of some racists who killed and enslaved millions of people from my clan. Those people who think everyone should speak English as common language is OK and reasonable.
But those people who expect everyone should speak English in elite and sophisticated manner do not know about anything else. They should stop using camera and photography as these equipments are from Japan and Germany where people don't care English.

Link | Posted on Apr 28, 2016 at 02:00 UTC
On article The Canon that can: Canon EOS 80D Review (681 comments in total)
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Joed700: Canon, just buy sensors from Sony...

@beavertown,
+ fast Continous Subject Tracking Focus

Link | Posted on Apr 28, 2016 at 01:53 UTC

The king is nude, because he traded of a lot for video in SLR. On the other side, Nikon lacked in video only but seems to do faster focus in stills( I really don't know, some experts should confirm), better color and clarity in high iso and higher dynamic range, low contrast details too.

Link | Posted on Apr 27, 2016 at 02:10 UTC as 69th comment | 2 replies
On photo Old Water Pump in the Random Items - Challenge 7 challenge (2 comments in total)

i like the shadow

Link | Posted on Apr 25, 2016 at 00:26 UTC as 2nd comment
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Greg VdB: Interesting analysis, thanks. I guess it's too much to hope for an equivalent function being added to my Eos 70D through a firmware upgrade?...

@new boyz, I believe this is very difficult to program do it as parameters, lenses change. But I think possible. May be the Magic Lantern would do it , after which Canon would follow.

Link | Posted on Apr 22, 2016 at 01:16 UTC
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Greg VdB: Interesting analysis, thanks. I guess it's too much to hope for an equivalent function being added to my Eos 70D through a firmware upgrade?...

I think it is possible to accomplish this in firmware upgrade, but not at the cost of slowing down new camera sales

Link | Posted on Apr 21, 2016 at 21:41 UTC
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