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2014 December 13th, Ingress’s biggest event in history called ‘Darsana’ was held in Tokyo. It was also my first time to join this kind of big Ingress event. So many experience got, so many friends made, so many beautiful memories impressed.
To do a part-time job of the Academy View, I went to Yokohama city on a sunny day. Yokohama is the second largest city in Japan by population after Tokyo and a major commercial hub of the Greater Tokyo Area.
It is the second year I came to the University of Tokyo when the very time Ginkgo blooms beautifully. Thanks to Academy of Human Informatics, I do the part time job here in University of Tokyo which the Best university in japan. However, the Ginkgo takes the main roll for me.
With my Sony A7 full frame camera system now, I have got 2.5 lenses which I can use. A kit lens 28-70mm f3.5-5.6, nice daytime performance but wired shakes often appears. I will talk about it days later. A pancake lens from APS-C E-Mount system, 16mm f2.8. Disattached its rear shell to get full image […]
Just walked from University to home, to take some test shots with the new lens: Nikon Ai Nikkor 50mm f/1.2S. By using an adapter on the Sony A7 camera, all shots are taken at max aperture f1.2!
The review of my Sony A7 goes on. After a week of using the camera set, I would talk about some points.
CEATEC is stand for Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies, a Consumer Electronics Show. Maybe not directly for popular user, but combine a lot of advantaged technologies. This time with my research mates, four peoples went to the show together. All photo was taken with Sony A7 + 28-70mm kit lens.
It came just like I’ve hoped. Finally, I got my Full Frame Camera, no more complain about the camera body (probably). So after the 18th Typhoon at the daytime, I carried the camera and catched some test shoots just before the sunset.
The speed is literally fast when I just got my lovely Ricoh GR and now she has gone. A beautiful girl asked me to borrow her the GR, and I just could not say No.
Just beside my part-time job supermarket, a temple famous for healthing has held a big dance party call 盆踊り. In japanese means dancing for dead people.