Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Wilson has caused Premier League defences all sorts of problems this season LATEST IN DEMAND Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland RANKED Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Latest Transfer News Could Maurizio Sarri be Wilson’s next manager? Callum Wilson could be on his way to Chelsea following his impressive start to the season.The Bournemouth frontman has been in inspired form, scoring seven goals in all competitions and providing four assists for Eddie Howe’s men. LIVING THE DREAM 2 targets 2 targets moving on Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father REVEALED No English striker has contributed to more goals than Wilson so far in the 2018/19 season, leading to calls for him to be picked for Gareth Southgate’s next England squad, including from talkSPORT’s Jason Cundy.As well as being Bournemouth’s top scorer, his six Premier League strikes puts him just one behind Sergio Aguero for the season.Wilson is contracted to the Cherries until 2022 after signing a new deal in July but if he continues to excel, Maurizio Sarri could look to bolster Chelsea’s attack considering Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud are yet to fully make an impact at Stamford Bridge.And according to Ladbrokes, the odds of Wilson’s next club being Chelsea is 2/1, as of today (7 November).Everton is the second most likely at 4/1, followed by Tottenham (9/2). The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star He registered his 50th goal for Bournemouth during their 2-1 defeat to Manchester United at the weekend and Wilson said he is eyeing another half-century of goals.“It’s nice to make that achievement. I should have had it a lot sooner,” he said.“Now I am looking upwards, I am trying to get 100 goals. Why not make another landmark for the club?“Any striker wants to score as many goals as possible for their club and I’m the same.“Day by day, I am trying to become the finished article. I don’t think you can ever stop improving.”
Thinking about buying a new DSLR camera for video projects? Think again. Here are five reasons why videographers may want to avoid DSLRs.Top image via ShutterstockOver the last few years, DSLRs have slowly become overshadowed by their mirrorless camera counterparts. While professional photographers may disagree, mirrorless cameras have many advantages over DSLRs that make them great choices for indie filmmakers and video professionals. Don’t believe me? Here are a few reasons why you should not buy a DSLR next time you purchase a camera for video production.1. DSLRs Are OverpricedImage via Android AuthorityDSLR cameras are incredibly overpriced. Dollar for dollar, you’re going to spend almost double on a DSLR camera compared to a mirrorless camera. This is usually because DSLR cameras come from tried-and-true photography camera manufacturers like Canon and Nikon, whereas mirrorless cameras tend to come from companies that are not quite as accepted in the pro photography community, like Panasonic and Sony.As an example, you can purchase a brand new Panasonic GH4 for about $1,200 online. A GH4 will have 4k recording capabilities and give you the ability to shoot multiple recording formats. However, the comparable Canon 5D Mark III goes for about $2,200 and can’t record video in 4K. While the 5D Mark III is good for photography, it has to be hacked with Magic Lantern in order to access its full video functionalities. This inevitably leads to annoyances on set and in the editing bay.2. DSLRs Are BulkyImage via Photography ConcentrateWhen it comes to filmmaking, camera size doesn’t typically matter. At the end of the day, it comes down to the quality of footage you’re getting. However, there’s something to be said about shooting on a highly portable camera, especially at weddings and other live events. If you’re going to be shooting all day on a shoulder rig, Glidecam, or Steadicam, you probably don’t want to be using a gigantic camera like the URSA mini or even a larger DSLR.This is where mirrorless cameras come into play. Because mirrorless cameras don’t have a mirror-box mechanism, they’re smaller and lighter than their DSLR counterparts. This will make it much easier on your arms if you’re shooting for long periods of time.3. Mirrorless Cameras Are More RevolutionaryImage via B&HThere was a time when DSLR cameras were at the cutting edge of camera technology — but that’s no longer the case. Mirrorless camera manufacturers are capable of updating their cameras much quicker than DSLR camera manufacturers.Just look at the Sony a7S series of cameras. In a little over a year, Sony was able to create the a7S, a truly revolutionary low-light camera, and create a second version that added 4k recording and increased frame rates. Canon and Nikon, on the other hand, have been very slow to update their cameras. For example, the Canon 5D Mark III hasn’t been updated in over four years.4. Mirrorless Cameras Are FasterImage via ShutterstockThe interface on mirrorless cameras tends to be much faster to use than the interface found on DSLRs. In general, whenever you want to shoot on a mirrorless camera, you can be up and running in just a matter of seconds. However, to go from powering up to recording video on a DSLR, it’s typically going to take you longer. While this isn’t that big of a deal when shooting a narrative film, it could be the difference between getting that perfect shot or missing it completely when shooting a documentary.5. DSLRs FORCE You to Watch Video on an LCD ScreenImage via ShutterstockBy their very nature, DSLR cameras will not allow you to look through the viewfinder when recording video. This is because the mirror-box mechanism of a DSLR has to lift up and block the viewfinder from seeing what’s coming through the lens. This probably doesn’t make much of a difference if you’re shooting indoors — but on a sunny day, you might have a difficult time seeing what’s on your screen. This is where mirrorless cameras begin to shine.On a mirrorless camera, you can simply look through the viewfinder or the LCD screen. DSLRs, on the other hand, only show you what’s coming through your lens when looking through the viewfinder, and not what’s hitting the camera sensor. This is usually a bigger deal when shooting photography, but if you read this blog, chances are you probably shoot a little photography as well.Do you still prefer to shoot on DSLRs or have mirrorless cameras become your tool of choice? Please share your thoughts in the comments below!
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said several women had left an “indelible mark in the history of mankind” through their “exemplary deeds” and paid tribute to the late Kunwar Bai, the mascot of his flagship Clean India mission.In his Twitter posts, the prime minister also urged people to write about women who had inspired them and use the hash tag ‘#SheInspiresMe’.Through their exemplary deeds, several women have left an indelible mark in the history of humankind. They continue to inspire generations. I urge you to write about some women who inspire you. #SheInspiresMe, Modi tweeted on International Women’s Day. Lauding Kunwar Bai, who passed away at the age of 106 earlier this year, the prime minister said she sold her goats, reportedly her only asset, to build two toilets at her home in Chhattisgarh’s Kotabharri village. Her contribution towards Swachh Bharat (Clean India) cannot be forgotten , he said I will always cherish the time when I had the opportunity to seek Kunwar Bai’s blessings during one of my visits to Chhattisgarh. Kunwar Bai lives on in the hearts and minds of all those who are passionate towards fulfilling Bapu’s dream of a clean India. #SheInspiresMe, he added. The prime minister also shared photographs and a video clip of him felicitating Kunwar Bai during a programme in the state two years ago.
Will FulerNo. 9 Notre Dame used some luck of the Irish to pull out a 34-27 victory over Virginia on the road. With starting quarterback Malik Zaire out of the game with what appeared to be a serious ankle injury, and his team trailing 27-26, back-up QB DeShone Kizer took the team downfield in the final minutes, tossing the game winning touchdown to wide receiver Will Fuller with 12 seconds remaining. Fuller’s game-winning score stunned the upset-minded Cavalier faithful. pic.twitter.com/o92NxfHftl— Luke Zimmermann (@lukezim) September 12, 2015Wow. What a gut-wrenching loss for Mike London and the Cavs, and what an escape for Brian Kelly and the Fighting Irish.
Provided by IMEC Imec pushes the limits of EUV lithography single exposure TEM image of the photoresist pattern after lithography exposure (left) and TEM EDX signal from Aluminum for the photoresist pattern after the SIS step (right). Credit: IMEC Explore further This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. SIS is an existing technique, used in directed self-assembly (DSA) and now applied in EUV lithography, in which the photoresist is infiltrated with an inorganic element to make it harder and more robust, thereby enhancing the patterning performance on different parameters. Imec and partners show the first comparison between an EUVL-SIS and a standard EUVL patterning process demonstrating the benefits of SIS regarding roughness, nano-failure mitigation and local variability. When adding an SIS step during a full pattern transfer in a TiN layer, imec observed a improvement of 60 percent for intrafield local critical dimension uniformity (LCDU) and 10 percent for line edge roughness compared to a reference process. These patterning enhancements are inherent properties of SIS. Also, the number of nanobreaks – a typical stochastic nano-failure – is reduced by at least one order of magnitude. Results were confirmed in an industrial relevant use case, showing reduced defectivity in a logic chip with a 20 percent smaller tip-to-tip critical dimension at a similar LCDU as a standard EUVL process.The improvement SIS showcases on all parameters is indebted to imec’s EUV lithography and metrology infrastructure and recent advancements in the field of process control, material and etch research. The current work brings these results and competences together in one paper, establishing SIS as a significant EUV patterning enhancement technique. The progress on each of the integrated aspects and SIS will be presented on the SPIE Advanced Lithography conference in multiple papers.The work was performed in collaboration with ASM and ASML.”The recent achievements with SIS for EUV lithography were enabled by the progress imec and its partners have made in various domains such as materials science, deposition, imaging, and metrology. This is a great example of how the integration of knowledge and combined efforts from multiple domains and ecosystem partners will enable a path to scale to N3 and beyond,” said Greg McIntyre, director of advanced patterning at imec. his week, at the SPIE Advanced Lithography conference 2019, imec, a world-leading research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technologies, demonstrates the positive impact of sequential infiltration synthesis (SIS) on the EUVL (extreme ultra-violet lithography) patterning process. This post-lithography technique is shown to significantly reduce stochastic nano-failures and line roughness, contributing to the introduction of EUVL patterning of future nodes”. This work integrates recent advancements on metrology and etch, and on material developments, which will be presented in multiple papers at this week’s 2019 SPIE Advanced Lithography Conference. Citation: Sequential infiltration synthesis (SIS) significantly improves EUV patterning (2019, February 25) retrieved 17 July 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2019-02-sequential-infiltration-synthesis-sis-significantly.html
Election Commission of India The Election Commission has banned all political advertisements in newspapers on poll day and preceding day of the polling unless it is pre-certified from the concerned authorities at state or district level.According to a press release from the office of the Chief Electoral Officer of Assam on Sunday, no political party or candidate shall publish any advertisement in print media on poll day or one day prior to the poll day in all the phases.However, the advertisements can be published if these are are pre-certified from the Media Certification and Monitoring Committee (MCMC) at the state or district level, it added.Assam context“In the context of Assam, the restricted days of advertisement are 10th and 11th April for Phase-I, 17th and 18th April for Phase-II, 22nd and 23rd April for Phase-III,” the release said.The ECI has directed that in order to facilitate publication of the newspaper advertisements, MCMC at state and district level must examine and pre-certify all such advertisements received from the political parties, candidates and others, it added.The three-phase voting for 14 seats in Assam will take place on April 11, 18 and 23, while the counting of votes will be on May 23 after completion of the entire seven-phase voting across the country. SHARE SHARE EMAIL Assam COMMENT Published on April 07, 2019 SHARE The Election Commission of India in New Delhi. – THE HINDU national elections advertising However, ads can be published if it is pre-certified from the Media Certification and Monitoring panel COMMENTS