I bought a Zhiyun Smooth Q last year, and it now happily occupies a space in my bag. And it stayed there for quite some time now.
It was a great gimbal, don’t get me wrong, especially for its price. But I just don’t enjoy the trouble setting it up with my bulky Samsung Galaxy Note 8 everytime I use it. I’m sure it’s not too bulky a device to use for a planned event or travel, but not for everyday snap here and there.
And just recently, DJI released a new product — the DJI Osmo Pocket, and in time for the Christmas season at that.
And just like that, now I’m hooked.
DJI is introducing a new version of its smartphone stabilizer, the Osmo Mobile, that makes a handful of small changes to the original as well as one big one: its price. The Osmo Mobile 2 will start at $129, making it much more affordable than the original model (which started at $299, though you can find it now for closer to $200) as a way to keep your phone shake-free while shooting video.
Sounds like they’re very much challenged by the competition, particularly the Zhiyun Smooth Q. The price range and the built-in long battery are the Smooth Q’s thing.
Unfortunately for iPad 2, it is not excused from the blender challenge.
Just as any new device that came out in the past, the big question ‘Will it Blend?’ has been resolved in the affirmative for the iPad 2. Remember, don’t try this at home.
Check out other ‘Will it Blend?’ videos for the iPhone 4, the original iPad, and even the Chrome Notebook.
If you own a $439.95 blender, it sure will blend anything that fits into its compartment.
Here’s the official video that was presented by Steve Jobs himself in the Apple Special Media Event in San Francisco, California last week:
And here are the parodies of that video created by people who have the creativity and the resources to make these funny videos: Watch the videos after the jump »
After 45 years, some founding members joined the younger ones (and the young at heart) to grace the celebration of the Manila-based Su-ons of the 45th year anniversary of the UP Hamili Brotherhood at the Mutinational Village in Parañaque City.
To further grace the occasion, of course, are the foods, drinks, music and the fun:
I used to love reading Sherlock Holmes stories. He was witty, smart, he introduced the science of deduction. But I never imagined him to be an action star.
Some of the comments found in the youtube page criticizing the trailer (thus, the movie), which I agree as well:
Why is Sherlock Holmes bare-knuckle boxing? This looks like a ludicrous, horrific murder of an english literary great.
I agree. They ruined a master-piece and turned it into a farce. They turned aristocratic, intelligent, and modest Holmes, into some Bourne, or James Bond figure. Can’t watch this.
Nick Vujicic teaches how to get back up after one falls down.
Now, this should make you start crying.
You just can’t imagine the wittiness of Bitoy as he and the gang did another classic (spoof!).
From the original song, “Alapaap”, by Eraserheads, comes “Hala Pack-Up” by Eraseyourheads. This spoof song retells the story of an E-heads fan who was somehow disappointed by the recent Eraserheads reunion concert cut short due to the frontman, Ely Buendia, was rushed to the hospital.
It’s a Western Digital My Book Premium Edition 500GB, that used to hold thousands of my pictures ever since I bought my Canon EOS 30D. Add to that the thousands as well of audio, video, programs, and data files. This is the picture that’s worth a thousand pictures.
Save for the images uploaded and saved in flickr, this is what remains of my photos… of Deuts.NET Photography.
One major factor why I prefer gmail over other email services (especially Yahoo! Mail) is how it fights spam.
Spam, time, and you: An educational video from Gmail