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Trumpet-Type Daylight Bulbs For Photography 35W (1&hellip by BPS
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The bulb reaches its maximum brightness almost immediately when turned on, and my colorimeter reports a color temperature of 5300 K. I find it well suited to illuminate a subject to be photographed, and also to check colors and tones of prints against a calibrated and profiled display, or against the subject. I don't know what its CRI is, but for what it costs, and given it fits in common lamp fixtures, it is a convenient solution to me. Also, given the particular spiral shape and size of the bulb (approx. diameter 9cm), it is by itself a somewhat diffused light source, as opposed to a point light source.
Garmin Universal 4.3 inch Soft Carrying Case for S&hellip by Garmin
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
It's snug, elastic, with a thin padding, and protects the unit from scratches and falls (within reason). Quite necessary to carry the unit in a pocket or a bag. If you need something rigid, that cannot be deformed, then you need something else. Fairly priced in my opinion.
The Java EE 6 Tutorial: v. 1: Basic Concepts (Java&hellip by Eric Jendrock
The tutorial is a show of mastery of the treated topics from the writers, and indeed they are rigorous and exact. Unfortunately they don't make an effort to explain and teach. Or if they do, in my opinion they fail. Even with several years of experience programming, including Java SE, and the basics of HTML and CSS, after spending many hours on the tutorial, still I didn't really have an understanding of how to program with Java Server Faces. One example for all, the "explanation" of the JSF life cycle is quite impenetrable; I don't see what value it adds to just reading the Jave EE specs. After poring over this tutorial, I couldn't progress beyond copying, building and running an example… Read more