Cameras are a beautiful invention of technology- perhaps one of the best. It allows us to capture time and visit it whenever we want. It’s a neat time machine if one can say and there is nothing more enjoyable than to flick through old albums, reliving timeless and ageless memories.
Although, these days, mobile phones are equipped with good cameras but owning a digital camera is a must. There are certain moments in life that truly need a good camera to capture the moment in time and freeze it and mobiles just won’t cut it. If you’re looking for a good digital camera, here are a few options to browse through to get yourself the perfect companion for all your memorable outings:
1. Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 III
Sony is a market leader of image sensing technology and gives some of the best cameras that can be used. For its price the image quality of both still images and video recording is par excellence and the camera offers a 24-70 mm f1.8-2.8 lens which has a quick aperture than other models allowing it to take photos in various light settings. You get good highlight details with a good balance of light and shadow areas creating the perfect picture.
It can also support continuous shooting and even has automatic autofocus enabled and can take up to 30 shots which really capture those blink and you miss moments. It has an excellent focus and shoot feature in bright lights within 0.2 seconds and up to 0.4 seconds in dim light. This camera is definitely worth your money and time!
Continue reading “Top Compact Cameras to Invest In”
Consider you build a product or are planning to start a new service. Once your product or the service is ready, you plan to deliver it to the end user. Now, here’s the tricky part, the way you deliver your product or launch it for the common users is gonna decide the sales of your product or service. This is an age where marketing is a crucial part for any kind of product or service. If you can’t sell your product or service, it will never get the kind of recognition & applauds it deserves.
Looking at the current trends in the industry, one can easily make out what is the impact of marketing on the product or service. Dhoom: 3, being a movie full of mistakes grossed crores of rupees on the box office & on the other hand a beautiful & very well pictured movie like Mumbai Meri Jaan couldn’t even seek the attention of a common man. If you are a regular reader of my blog, you might remember that I had a mention of this earlier as well. What went wrong with Mumbai Meri Jaan? Yes, of course! The marketing of the movie should’ve been taken seriously.
Recently, I got to be a part of BlogAdda’s #SniffSniff activity. Doing justice with the name, BlogAdda didn’t reveal much as of what was supposed to be done being a part of this activity. It all started with the first package that was delivered to my home.
Continue reading “Let Them Sniff”
How often has it been that you leave your home with a firm decision of buying yourself a new formal shirt or a trouser & just can’t find one? Well, this had happened with me a couple of times. I’m casual-wearing guy & don’t require formals on most of the occasions, but when I do, I require them immediately. The reason being my presentation or campus interview the next day. Now, am I supposed to prepare for the presentation or worry about finding my perfect fit? Most of the times, I don’t find one & then finally have to adjust with the ones I’ve found.
We’re different individuals in different shapes & sizes. We can’t expect a fashion brand to design clothes for each & every size. Tailor-made is the solution for such problem. But, is it an affordable solution? Tailor-made clothes require pretty much of efforts. You need to buy the fabric, find a tailor, give your sizes & then wait for long days to receive your dress. And on top of all, Fabric charges+Tailoring charges+Time invested = Pain in the ass.
So, what should we do? Don’t you worry, Van Heusen has something in stores for us. It’s called Van Heusen My Fit.
Continue reading “How I Found My Fit ? (Van Heusen My Fit Review)”
2014 has been a great year for http://www.darshangajara.wordpress.com. This greatness could have never been achieved without the Visitors of this blog. Visitors are the one who motivate me, inspire me & keep telling me to get better each moment. I thank you for your regular visits, comments, apt feedback & goodwill. I thank you for everything. Here are some interesting stats for the year 2014 … Continue reading 2014: An Year In Blogging
“God is a Gamer” is yet another thriller novel by Ravi Subramanian.
Ravi Subramanian, an alumnus of IIM Bangalore, has spent two decades working his way up the ladder of power in the amazingly exciting & adrenaline-pumping world of global banks in India. It is but natural that his stories are set against the backdrop of the financial services industry. His debut novel “If God was a Banker” won the Golden Quill Readers’ Choice Award in the year 2008. He won the Economic Croosword Book Award in 2012 for “The Incredible Banker” & the Crossword Book Award in 2013 for “The Bankster“. His most recent novel is “Bankerupt“. He lives in Mumbai with his wife, Dharini, and daughter, Anusha.
“God is a Gamer” is a 310 paged first ever bitcoin thriller novel consisting of 99 chapters.
For those who aren’t aware of bitcoin,
Bitcoin is a software-based online payment system described by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008 & introduced as open-source software in 2009. Payments are recorded in a public ledger using its own unit of account, which is also called bitcoin. Bitcoin is the first fully implemented decentralized cryptocurrency; most other cryptocurrencies are similar and derived from it. It is also the largest cryptocurrency in terms of total market value.
Bitcoins are created as a reward for processing work in which users offer their computing power to verify and record payments into the public ledger. This activity is called mining, which individuals or companies engage in, in exchange for transaction fees and newly created bitcoins. Besides mining, bitcoins can be obtained in exchange for fiat money, products, and services. Users can send and receive bitcoin electronically for an optional transaction fee using wallet software on a personal computer, mobile device, a web application, or a specialized device called hardware wallet.
Bitcoin information source: Wikipedia
Continue reading ““God is a Gamer” by Ravi Subramanian | Book Review”