Mingjai

Mingjai

Lives in United States Minneapolis | Chicago, United States
Joined on Feb 26, 2008

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elmo: "...suffered an injury after being hit in the knee by a cameraman..."

The accusation does not pass the smell test. It almost a sure thing that the player careened into the photographer. At worst, the photographer may have made a clumsy or counterproductive attempt to get out of the way.

Likely, the accusation came after 3rd or 4th hand reports mashed up an initial witness account.

An account of what happened was made by the QB in the press conference after the game. He was warming up on the sideline, and a cameraman walking by hit him in the knee. See: https://twitter.com/ReggieFOX45Now/status/934539106687901697

Link | Posted on Nov 29, 2017 at 19:42 UTC
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Silvex: If Bruno Mars made a song about Catherine McGann, would she have the right to copy and distribute it over the internet because she is the subject of the song?

I'm sure the subjects of Taylor Swift's songs wish copyright law worked that way.

Link | Posted on Nov 29, 2017 at 19:31 UTC
On article Olympus PEN E-P5 Review (500 comments in total)
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Paul U: Good God... Based on the positive assessment of dpreview I updated my E-P5 from firmware 1.2 --> 1.4
Two problems now (see this and the following post):

1) It seems firmware 1.4 introduced a severe metering display bug:

The metering is FROZEN on the lcd. E.g. in "A" mode the S value is not being updated, in "S" mode the F value and in "M" mode the metering bar.
An update to the actual value can only be forced by a user interaction like pressing a button on the camera, a user interaction on the lens (if that forces a display update like changing the focal length or bringing up the magnified view when changing the focus) or if the "live histogram" display is active.

BTW: I like the new wifi remote control much more than the first implementation and ironically the metering update works on the smartphone app - but not on the camera itself - the former one being a nice-to-have, the latter one a must-have.

Can anybody reproduce the above issue?
Kind regards, Paul

You're not the only one with this problem--we've started a discussion about this issue over on the forums:
http://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3671408

Link | Posted on May 20, 2014 at 20:39 UTC
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