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Photographer Dan Chung was lucky enough to get a pre-production Canon 1D Mark IV from Canon Singapore to shoot some test shots with. Here are two videos shot from one of Canon’s top of the line cameras.
The video above was shot at 720p and the one below is shot between 1600 and 6400 ASA at 1080p.
Axiis has put together this circular infographic that shows internet browser market share from 2002-2009. The circle is divided up into colors based on the most popular browsers at the time and it’s interesting to see how one browser falls while another one comes in slowly to take its place.
Photographer Chen Waiwen has a new book out entitled Harmonious China: A Sketch of China’s 56 Ethnicities that takes a look at some of the different cultures that one might come across while traveling across China and Eurasia. Chen Waiwen led a team of 14 photographers for a year-long trip around the country that ended up with photographs like the one above.
You can check out all 56 ethnic groups on this Chinese website, but if you just want to see the photos, you can download all 56 ethnic photos here.
Have you ever walked down the street during a rainstorm and had your eye nearly poked out of its socket because somebody wasn’t careful with their umbrella? Well, if people can be convinced to dump their old umbrellas for a Blunt Umbrella then maybe we can finally kiss that annoying problem goodbye.
It comes in black, blue, and grey for about $70 USD. Expensive, but maybe worth it if you’re gonna save your eyes from being gauged out of their sockets.
PS: Blunt Umbrella, you really need to cut it out with the auto-playing music.
LEGO used a time-lapse video of a father and son building a dream house as the basis for their latest commercial “Build Together”. LOVE IT!