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      PAKIBASA: COVID 19 Prevention   04/15/20

      Sumunod na lang tayo mga pre para sa ikabubuti ng ating bansa at ng buong mundo. Kaya habang ikaw ay naka lockdown tumambay ka na lang muna sa APS makihalubilo or magshare ng mga magagandang larawan.    Pitong simpleng hakbang upang maprotektahan ang sarili at ang iba laban sa COVID-19 Ang coronavirus disease (COVID-19) ay isang nakahahawang sakit na dulot ng bagong coronavirus. Karamihan sa mga taong magkakaroon ng impeksyon ay makararanas ng hindi malalang sintomas at gagaling. Ngunit ang iba ay makararanas ng malubhang sakit, lalo na sa mga matatanda at mga may dati nang karamdaman. Narito ang ilang mga simpleng hakbang na maaari mong gawin upang maprotektahan ang kalusugan mo at ng iba.

      Ang mga payong ito ay maaaring sundin ng lahat, ngunit napakahalaga ng mga ito kung ikaw ay nakatira sa lugar na may COVID-19. 1. Hugasan nang madalas ang iyong mga kamay Ugaliin ang puspusang paglinis ng mga kamay gamit ang hand sanitizer na may alkohol o hugasan gamit ang sabon at tubig.

      Bakit? Lagi nating ginagamit ang ating mga kamay upang hawakan ang mga bagay na maaaring kontaminado. Maaaring hindi natin namamalayan na maghawak natin ng ating mukha, nailipat na ang virus sa mata, ilong at bibig at nahawahan na tayo. Namamatay ang mga virus na maaaring nasa iyong kontaminadong kamay, kasama na ang bagong coronavirus, sa pamamagitan ng paghuhugas ng kamay gamit ang sabon at tubig o paggamit ng hand sanitizer na may alkohol. 2. Iwasan ang paghawak sa iyong mata, ilong at bibig Madalas nating hinahawakan ang ating kamay nang hindi namamalayan. Maging mapagmatyag tungkol dito, at iwasan ang paghawak sa iyong mata, ilong at bibig.

      Bakit? Maraming hinahawakan ang mga kamay at maaari itong makakuha ng mga virus. Kapag kontaminado na ang kamay, naililipat ang virus sa mata, ilong at bibig at maaaring pumasok sa katawan at magdulot ng sakit. 3. Takpan ang iyong ubo at bahing Siguraduhing ikaw, at ang mga tao sa paligid mo, at sumusunod sa tamang respiratory hygiene. Ibig sabihin nito ay ang pagtakip ng bibig at ilong gamit ang loob ng siko o tisyu kapag uubo o babahing. Agad na itapon ang gamit na tisyu sa basurahang may takip at maghugas ng kamay.

      Bakit? Kung ang isang tao ay uubo o babahing, tumatalsik ang maliit na droplet mula sa ilong at bibig na maaaring may virus. Sa pagtakip ng iyong ubo o bahing, naiiiwasan ang pagkalat ng mga virus at mikrobyo sa iba. Sa paggamit ng loob ng siko o tisyu – at hindi iyong kamay – sa pag-ubo o pagbahing, naiiwasan ang paglipat ng kontaminadong droplet sa iyong kamay. Dahil dito, napipigilan ang paglipat ng virus sa tao o bagay. 4. Iwasan ang matatao na lugar at malapit na pakikipagsalamuha sa taong may lagnat o ubo Iwasan ang matataong lugar, lalo na kung and iyong edad ay 60 pataas o may dati nang karamdaman gaya ng altapresyon, diyabetis, sakit sa puso at baga o kanser. Panatilihin ang hindi bababa sa 1 metrong pagitan mula sa iyo at sa kung sinumang may lagnat o ubo.

      Bakit? Pangunahing kumakalat ang COVID-19 sa pamamagitan ng droplet na lumabas mula sa bibig o ilong kapag umubo o bumahing ang isang tao. Sa pag-iwas sa mga matataong lugar, nilalayo mo ang iyong sarili (ng hindi bababa sa 1 metro) mula sa mga taong maaaring may COVID-19 o sinumang may iba pang may sakit. 5. Manatili sa bahay kung ikaw ay may sakit Manatili sa bahay kung ikaw ay may nararamdamang sakit, kahit sinat at ubo lang.

      Bakit? Sa pagpanatili sa loob ng bahay at hindi pagpunta sa trabaho o iba pang lugar, gagaling ka ng mas mabilis at maiiwasan ang pagkalat ng sakit sa ibang tao. 6. Kung ikaw ay may lagnat, ubo at hirap sa pag-hinga, magpakonsulta agad – ngunit tawagan mo muna ang health facility Kung ikaw ay may lagnat, ubo at hirap sa pag-hinga, magpakonsulta ng maaga – kung kakayanin, tumawag muna sa ospital o health center para masabihan ka kung saan ka pupunta.

      Bakit? Makatutulong ito upang masiguro na tama ang payong mabibigay sayo, ikaw ay maituro sa tamang health facility, at maiwasan mong makahawa sa iba. 7. Kumuha ng impormasyon sa mapagkakatiwalaang awtoridad Alamin ang pinakabagong impormasyon tungkol sa COVID-19 mula sa mapagkakatiwalaang artoridad. Siguraduhing ang impormasyon ay mula sa maaasahang mga tagapagsalita – ang Department of Health, World Health Organization (WHO), o iyong lokal na health worker. Dapat ay alam ng lahat ang sintomas – sa karamihan ay nagsisimula ang COVID-19 sa lagnat at tuyong ubo.

      Bakit? Ang lokal at pambansang awtoridad ang may alam tungkol sa pinakabagong impormasyon kung kumakalat na ba ang COVID-19 sa iyong lugar. Sila ang mas nakakaalam kung anong tamang payo na dapat ibigay sa iyong lugar, upang maprotektahan ng mga tao ang kanilang sarili.   source: WHO
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What's Your Camera/s?

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Cameras today are no longer a luxury, they are a necessity. Finding the best camera brands is no easy task. With tons of options available and each having different features, there is something out there for everyone!

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Whatever the needs or demands, it still comes down to your own preference. So, how did you got yours? What's the thing that keeps you very happy with their supreme picture quality and amazing versatality? Share it here!

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My first camera was a Canon Rebel T1I (500D), got it back in 2007. I then upgraded to many other DSLRs down the line. Last October 2015, I decided to leave the DSLR market and bought my first mirrorless camera, Sony a6000. But it didn't exceed my expectation because of overheating problems so I upgraded to its younger brother a6300 shortly after, and still using that camera to this day. I also shoot short films on the side so I ended up buying a cinema camera last July 2016, the Canon EOS C100.

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On 9/18/2017 at 2:44 AM, dhiesenphi said:

My first camera was a Canon Rebel T1I (500D), got it back in 2007. I then upgraded to many other DSLRs down the line. Last October 2015, I decided to leave the DSLR market and bought my first mirrorless camera, Sony a6000. But it didn't exceed my expectation because of overheating problems so I upgraded to its younger brother a6300 shortly after, and still using that camera to this day. I also shoot short films on the side so I ended up buying a cinema camera last July 2016, the Canon EOS C100.

i also have a canon 500D and i'm planning on switching to the sony a6000. can i just ask what were those expectations that the a6000 didn't meet? and is the overheating problem due to picture taking or video recording? many thanks!

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8 hours ago, kusalagufagup said:

i also have a canon 500D and i'm planning on switching to the sony a6000. can i just ask what were those expectations that the a6000 didn't meet? and is the overheating problem due to picture taking or video recording? many thanks!

Color science on the a6000 isn't the greatest. Since SLOG was only introduced on the a7S first and then a6300 came afterwards. If you're only going to be using it as a hobbyist, not on events, you should be fine. Just be mindful that the more you use it, the more it overheats. Hence, it's not an event camera.

The overheating issue is both on photo and video. Because of the screen in the back, it heats up the camera when the screen is laid flat. But it still overheats like crazy either way. Somehow they haven't found a fix, as far as I know.

They said the a6300 overheats too specially when shooting 4K video, but I haven't had that problem yet though.

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On 9/21/2017 at 0:43 AM, dhiesenphi said:

Color science on the a6000 isn't the greatest. Since SLOG was only introduced on the a7S first and then a6300 came afterwards. If you're only going to be using it as a hobbyist, not on events, you should be fine. Just be mindful that the more you use it, the more it overheats. Hence, it's not an event camera.

The overheating issue is both on photo and video. Because of the screen in the back, it heats up the camera when the screen is laid flat. But it still overheats like crazy either way. Somehow they haven't found a fix, as far as I know.

They said the a6300 overheats too specially when shooting 4K video, but I haven't had that problem yet though.

thanks for the info sir dhiesenphi. the camera will be more for personal use. just a quick question, do you use the viewfinder or the screen when taking photos? maybe there's a co-relation regarding the overheating when you use one of the 2.

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On 9/21/2017 at 10:39 PM, kusalagufagup said:

thanks for the info sir dhiesenphi. the camera will be more for personal use. just a quick question, do you use the viewfinder or the screen when taking photos? maybe there's a co-relation regarding the overheating when you use one of the 2.

No prob, glad I could help. If it's just for personal use then a6000 is more than enough when used with great lenses. I shoot a lot of portraits and paired it with a Canon FD 50mm f/1.4 and it was tack sharp wide open, then I just use an 8-stop ND filter so I can shoot at 1.4 all day on most outdoor shoots.

As far as I can remember, using either or both viewfinder and/or monitor doesn't cause the overheating. But using both does drain your battery more on the a6000. I use them both depending on the shoot. For photos, I use them both for taking pictures and checking the shot. For video, I only turn on the monitor. I know it's weird since they're about the same (shot wise, color wise, no difference) compared to DSLRs but using the viewfinder when taking photos help stabilize my shots so I still do it lol. Force of habit, I guess.

 

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i got the nikon d3100 version. before i was really happy having it. but when it got a scratch at the top side of it. i refuse to use it now

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