The Nikon Z6 is a terrific, well-rounded full-frame mirrorless camera. Basically, there isn’t a lot to

The Nikon Z6 is a terrific, well-rounded full-frame mirrorless camera. Basically, there isn’t a lot to complain about when it comes to the Z6. The body is compact and robust yet features lots of physical controls and a familiar Nikon design. With excellent overall features, impressive image quality from its 24MP sensor, nimble peformance, fast phase-detect AF, nice build quality, as well as a very competitive price point, the Nikon Z6 is a great all-around package for the serious enthusiast photographer and videographer. And while at this point in time, the Z6 appeals perhaps a bit more towards current Nikon owners, the Z6 is still a compelling camera for anyone looking to jump into the full-frame camera arena. Great image quality; Terrific high ISO performance; Fast AF speeds; Eye AF; Swift 12fps burst shooting; In-body image stabilization; High-quality 4K video; Robust build quality; Familiar Nikon design. Single XQD card slot; Default high ISO NR a bit strong; No 4K 60p; 1/200s x-sync speed; Limited native lens selection (at this time). The Nikon Z6 began shipping in late November 2018 for a suggested retail price of US$1,995.95 in a body-only configuration. The Z6 is a...

Four years after deadly landslides, Sitka has a warning system

Four years after a cluster of landslides — one of them deadly — struck the community, Sitka has a landslide warning system. Although it’s still a prototype, the system combines relatively simple sensor technology with the power of human social networks. Nothing quite like it has ever been done before. August 18, 2015 was a day of reckoning in Sitka, both for the three lives lost when a slide tore through a neighborhood development, and for our loss of innocence. Paul McArthur is the pastor of Grace Harbor Church, where rescue and recovery operations were headquartered in the aftermath of the slide. “What was interesting for us in Sitka is that we tend to think of the mountains as our place of safety,” said McArthur. “We have a tsunami warning tower across the road from us, and we’re conscious of our vulnerability to the ocean rising. But our place of safety was the place that had now turned against us.” August 18, 2015 – A landslide on Kramer Avenue in Sitka leaves three dead, one home destroyed, and one heavily damaged. Another slide on Kramer Avenue does no damage. A slide on Sawmill Creek Road damages the administration building at the Gary Paxton Industrial Park. September 1...

Injection Blow Molding Machine Market Pricing Analysis by 2017 – 2027

In a recent market study published by Future Market Insights, the current and the future prospects of the Injection Blow Molding Machine market is thoroughly analyzed. The study dives deep to determine the various factors that are anticipated to influence the course of the Injection Blow Molding Machine Market over the forecast period 2017 – 2027. The study put forward by FMI throws light on the market attractiveness of the different market segments to enable readers to make informed business decisions. As per the report, the global Injection Blow Molding Machine Market is expected to exceed the value of ~US$ by the end of 2017 – 2027 and grow at a CAGR of ~XX% during the considered timeframe of the study. Further, the competitive outlook provides a deep understanding of the business proceeding of prominent market players in the Injection Blow Molding Machine Market. This Press Release will help you to understand the Volume, growth with Impacting Trends. Click HERE To get SAMPLE PDF (Including Full TOC, Table & Figures) at https://www.futuremarketinsights.co/reports/sample/REP-GB-4663 The report aims to provide answers to the following questions related to the Injection Blow...

Pensioner, 84, died in hospital corridor after sliding off a trolley

Donald Driver, 84, had spent six hours on a trolley at Coventry University Hospital when he slid off and fell on the floor and died Donald Driver, 84, was only seen by medics after he slid off a trolley – six hours after arriving in an ambulance at the ‘rammed’ unit with his daughter, Emma. Miss Driver, 31, had dialled 999 after her usually stoic father complained of severe stomach pain. She noticed it was swollen, a condition he had suffered a year earlier. Examinations last year found he had a small hole in his oesophagus which had been causing liquid to build up in his abdomen. But Miss Driver said that when they arrived at Coventry’s University Hospital on October 13, it took two hours for paramedics to hand him over to hospital staff in the corridor. Then, nurses ‘would not listen’ to her as her father lay in a queue of up to 40 trolleys, she added. ‘It seemed to be a case of, “We know best”,’ Miss Driver said yesterday. The former nurse, from Tile Hill, Coventry, added: ‘I have lost my father due to the NHS failing and there is nothing that can bring him back. I showed one nurse a picture of Dad’s stomach when he had the episode last year. I must have spoken to six of the...

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Global Electrical Bushing Market Insights, Future Scope, Business Opportunities, Growth Analysis And Industry Outlook 2028

Electrical Bushing Market Research: A combination of both Qualitative and Quantitative Research which helps out market players to improve their business plans and ensure long-term success  The latest report published by MarketResearch.Biz with the title “Global Electrical Bushing Market 2019-2028” provides a sorted image of the Electrical Bushing industry by analysis of research and information collected from various sources. That has the ability to help the decision-makers in the worldwide market and to play a significant role in making a gradual impact on the global economy. The report presents and offers a dynamic vision of the global scenario in terms of market size, market statistics, and the competitive situation. At present, the Electrical Bushing market is possessing its presence over the globe. The Research report presents a complete judgment of the market which consists of future trends, growth factors, production volume, CAGR value, profit margin, price, and industry-validated market data. This report helps the individuals and the market competitors to predict future profitability and to make critical decisions for business growth. For Better Understanding, Download F...

Essentra Components are experts at supporting electronics, automotive, retail and industrial machinery applications, with a wealth

Essentra Components are experts at supporting electronics, automotive, retail and industrial machinery applications, with a wealth of experience in the manufacturing and supply chain environments. However common and readily accessible, people often find that getting the right fastener, screw, bolt or nut can be a challenge, but now this new guide from Essentra Components (Ireland) plays a key role in choosing the right solution. They are experts at supporting electronics, automotive, retail and industrial machinery applications, with a wealth of experience in the manufacturing and supply chain environments. Along with their free guide – downloadable at www.essentracomponents.com/en-gb/news/videos/choosing-the-right-fasteners-nuts-and-bolts is a supporting video for even easier access. Beginning with rods and screws, clevis joints and rod ends, we are taken through a variety of nut types, rivets, hand tools and washers. Each with description, coverage of variant types and usage notes. Further information on Essentra Components products can be found on the Essentra Components website – www.essentracomponents.ie, or contact sales@essentracomponents.ie. Follow them on social media:...

Yelp launches a new ‘Open to All’ filter to find inclusive, welcoming businesses

Yelp’s newest filter is designed to help people find welcoming business that don’t discriminate based on, basically, anything. Called Open to All, the team is partnering with a coalition by the same name to launch a badge on businesses’ profiles that say they don’t discriminate by race, ethnicity, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, immigration status, religion, or disability. The team already allowed businesses to identify themselves as Open to All, but now users can filter by that qualifier. The filter will be available on the web, iOS, and Android with the visual icon showing up on iOS and Android in the future. It’s available on the web today. Yelp cites the Supreme Court case about a cake shop in Colorado that didn’t want to bake a cake for a gay couple as an example of why this filter needs to exist. Yelp notes that any businesses can mark itself as “open to all,” and I wonder if most would mark themselves as such, regardless of their beliefs. The company says more than 300,000 businesses are currently listed as Open to All, and the company hopes that as people make decisions based on the filter, more businesses will join. Yelp says th...

CSA plans to boot out African teams from Africa T20 Cup

Cape Town – Cricket South Africa (CSA) isplanning on booting out African teams from the Africa T20 Cup and the tournament will now be called the CSA Provincial T20 tournament. The T20 Cup was formed in 2015 as a curtain-raiser to the South African domestic season with local semi-professional franchises taking part in it. The Witness has been reliably informed that CSA, which earlier this year announced its plans to restructure domestic cricket as of May 2020, sees no need to accommodate the other African countries anymore. “It’s not called Africa T20 Cup anymore, it’s called CSA Provincial T20 because the African teams are no longer part of it,” said the source. “It’s just provincial teams now and there will be at least 15 teams. I was told it’s five groups of three teams each. “It involves the normal 13 teams that are participants in the CSA 3-Day Provincial Cup and CSA Provincial One-Day Challenge. Now they have added Limpopo and Mpumalanga to make it 15 teams.” CSA head of communications Koketso Gaofetoge did not deny that African teams are no longer going to be part of the tournament, but said everything would be confirmed next week. Last year, a total of 20 tea...

Ford Mustang Mach-E revealed: an electric SUV with up to 300 miles of range

Ford’s first entry into the new world of electric vehicles has been revealed. The company unveiled the Mustang Mach-E SUV on Sunday night following months of teaser images, years of hype about a $11 billion push into EVs, and a last-minute leak that spoiled a good amount — but certainly not all of — the details about the vehicle. Unlike a lot of the electric competition from automakers like Audi, Mercedes-Benz, or Jaguar, the Mustang Mach-E will be offered in a slew of variants and trims, to an almost dizzying degree. Ford will sell versions of the five-seater SUV that can travel 210 miles on a full battery, and also ones that go 300 miles. One of the Mustang Mach-E options will beat most sports cars from 0 to 60 miles per hour, while others will just barely edge out a Chevy Bolt. Some ship in late 2020, and some in Spring 2021. None are exactly cheap — the most affordable one starts at $43,895, which is a few thousand dollars more than the current average selling price of a vehicle in the US. But buyers of Ford’s electric and hybrid vehicles are still eligible for the full $7,500 federal tax credit — something Ford was quick to point out Sunday night. Depending on the state peo...

Auto review: Mazda6 sedan gets updates for 2019, including advanced safety technology

For 2019, it’s been thoroughly reworked under the sheet metal, offering a refined experience befitting of a more-expensive car, even though prices begin under $24,000. This car is designed with the driver in mind and with a commitment to providing a premium driving experience and an active approach to safety, with advanced safety technologies. For the first time ever in a Mazda, for 2019 the Mazda6 now has as standard the entire suite of i-Activsense safety and driver-assisting technologies. “Mazda Premium” principles complement the human-centric design and engineering to build readily affordable vehicles capable of competing in a class above, with unparalleled craftsmanship, design, and technologies. Five trims are available, each model building on the previous: Sport, $23,800; Touring, $25,400; Grand Touring, $29,500; Grand Touring Reserve, $32,000; and Signature, $35,100 the model I drove. Grand Touring models and above have a newly available turbocharged SkyActiv-G 2.5-liter turbo four-cylinder engine. Cylinder-deactivation is standard on the 2.5T engine in the Sport and Touring models with automatic transmission. The exterior features a new front grille, n...

Bacterial survival in salty antifreeze raises hope for life on Mars and icy moons

New research by a trans-Atlantic team of scientists suggests that bacteria could survive in briny chemicals that exist on Mars, Enceladus, Europa, Pluto and possibly elsewhere. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1449240174198-2′); }); The discovery of plumes and subsurface oceans on Jupiter’s moon Europa, organic materials on Mars, and the likelihood of hydrothermal vents in the oceans of Saturn’s moon Enceladus, inches humanity closer to discovering life elsewhere. Such life would have to withstand extreme environments, and previous studies indicate that various types of bacteria can. Liquid oceans on some bodies far from the Sun have lower freezing points because of chemicals and salts that amount to antifreeze, so microbial life would have to survive both the temperatures and the elements. To zoom in on parameters for microbial survivability, researchers from the Technical University of Berlin, Tufts University, Imperial College London, and Washington State University conducted tests with Planococcus halocryophilus, a bacteria found in the Arctic permafrost. They subjected the bacteria to sodium, magnesium and calcium chlorid...

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