I’m using the following cameras and lenses:
Nikon D500, D800, D3200, D3300, D3200E, D3200, D3200c, D600, D600E, D850, D7000
Canon 20D, 20D Mark II, 20D Mark III, 20DA, EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 50D, EOS 5DS
Canon 80D, 90D, T5i, T4i, T3, T5, T5iS
Nikons are my main camera
Nikon D3, D3s, D3x, D4s, D3xs, D3xsS
Canon are great to sell my photos
I don’t post any photos online and I only post ones made by my own camera with my own settings and software
The video footage is taken in 1080p and it plays at slow motion
My cameras have 3 modes: auto, medium and fast
The software I used to do this is “Lightroom” and the video settings it uses is “Raw format”
Here is a brief description of the cameras:
As the presidential campaign heats up, Americans are increasingly concerned about the fate of the country. But the nation has a good reason for being a bit fearful: It’s a very dangerous world out there.
The United Nations Security Council, the global body that determines who’s on which list, has been debating a resolution, for the second time in a year, to impose even harsher sanctions on Iran as a reaction to the country’s nuclear program.
In the wake of the recent terror attacks by terrorist groups, as well as recent U.S. military actions in Africa and the Middle East, the Council has decided to add Iran to the list of nations prohibited from exporting certain types of materials to developing countries unless they’re for medical and humanitarian uses.
These “secondary sanctions,” that are applied by the U.N. Security Council to nations on the list for breaching humanitarian standards, have the effect of denying Iranians the right to buy or produce certain goods, such as cars or cell phones, that may otherwise be available to their fellow citizens.
Iran is already a country restricted from exporting various types of oil, food and medicine, but with the new secondary sanctions, the restrictions
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