dhiesenphi

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  1. You can still use your Canon EF lenses on Sony or any mirrorless cameras. You just need to buy a decent adapter. I bought a Commlite adapter for my Sony so I can still use my Canon glass (Sigma Art 18-35 f1.8 & Canon 100mm f2.8). I've used Metabones and Fotodiox, so far autofocus on Commlite is great, fast too. Just need to retighten the screws from time to time when it becomes loose. Viltrox is good too I heard, but more on the expensive side. Still cheaper than Metabones though.
  2. "The Longest Time" by Billy Joel Currently watching How I Met Your Mother and saw Neil Patrick Harris & Josh Radnor's short clip harmonizing to this song.
  3. Assassin's Creed 70 feet free fall, this is one of the highest in 35 years.
  4. "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" - The Proclaimers "Highway to Hell" - AC/DC "Chasing Cars" - Snow Patrol
  5. Jessy Mendiola Arci Muñoz
  6. Merry Christmas to all! I believe this is my first Christmas here.
  7. Crash Bandicoot: Warped Marvel Vs Capcom Marvel Vs Street Fighter WWF Smackdown Syphon Filter Final Fantasy VIII
  8. Brink and Overwatch
  9. No prob, glad I could help.
  10. Better With You by Craig David
  11. First I'd suggest you get a fast lens, minimum f/1.8 like the 50mm or 35mm f/2 (Canon). I don't do a lot of street photography but 35mm is a great focal length even for crop camera bodies because it's wide enough that you can whip your camera out to aim and then shoot within seconds, whereas with the 50mm or higher you'd need to carefully frame your subject. You know street photography is already fast paced so I highly recommend Aperture Priority mode so you won't have to mess with your settings on Manual Mode. It will do the heavy work for you, so you can just focus on your composition. Hope this helps.
  12. No prob, I think it's still worth watching tbh. Specially if you like violence films/shows a lot.
  13. Still second to Daredevil for me. I really didn't have any expectations for the series but it turned out to be surprisingly deep and engaging. The show attempts to present a much more humanized version of The Punisher (Frank Castle) as opposed to the outright sociopath presented in the comics. They also explored not only his flaws and traumas but also those of other veterans who have had trouble adjusting to life after war. Though the show tries to tackle some more contemporary issues, I feel like it fumbles with them a lot and I'm not exactly sure I agree with what the series seems to show about them. But more often than not it comes off like the show can't make up it's mind on what it wants to say on the topic.
  14. Marshmello Featuring Khalid - SIlence
  15. Dell Inspiron Intel i7 Laptop Samsung EVO 500GB SSD