Toe Tag - Keera Kõvemaks (2009)

2009. aastal ilmunud Toe Tag lugu nimega Keera Kõvemaks

Selle loo helilooja ja sõnade autor pole teada. Kas lugu on ka Spotify-s või Soundcloudis kuulatav? Seda lugu on mänginud ka Eesti raadiod (Vikerraadio, Raadio Ruut, Raadio Kadi jt.).

Seda lugu - Keera Kõvemaks - mp3 formaadis ega ka muus formaadis alla tõmmata (download) meie teada ei saa, kuid saad seda siiski kuulata ja vaadata, kas siin või siis otse Youtube-st.

lugu Toe Tagi uuelt plaadilt kõik on formuleerimise küsimus.

Sest me sünnitame albumi veel võikama, tulge nabanööri lõikama.

Ära kutsu mind räppar, see Eestikeeles kohatu kostub

on mõned selle looga seotud märksõnad ja hastagid.
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  1. (Electronics)My concern is when pelope pick up this DSLR in the store and handle it and then handle the D3100, they will automatically assume the D3100 is a better DSLR simply on the body construction alone. The plastic body feels (and is) cheap. And that, unfortunatley, will be hard to overcome for a lot of pelope. No textured grip is an unfortunate omission. At the entry-level, you don’t expect full weather-sealing or magnesium alloy body but most others (Pentax K-x, Nikon D3100) at least are constructed of somewhat better materials and have a textured hand grip. The one plus side to the glossy-plastic body is that it makes the DSLR very lightweight. In fact, it probably is the lightest DSLR I’ve shot with. The controls are pretty straight-forward on this camera. And I always like Canon’s menu system, very intuitive. It has plenty of auto controls for newbie photographers but of course has a full manual suite of controls so it’s perfect for students or folks in general who want to learn photography and want a camera they can grow with. In terms of the performance, this DSLR impressed me. Overall operation is very quick, shot-to-shot times are decent, and the autofocus is very fast. I have worked the with D3100 as well and can safely say that the Rebel T3 outperforms it on almost all fronts (I’m sure I’ll catch hell from the Nikon folks for that). The viewfinder is 95% coverage and isn’t the greatest but I found it to be satisfactory. And despite the relatively low screen resolution of 230k, I found the screen somewhat viewable in direct sunlight and better than the one on the D3100. Again, it’s not wonderful, but not as bad as some I’ve seen (the worst was the Pentax K-x). They’ve also upgraded the AF system from 7 points on the Rebel XS to 9 points. One move that was very smart on Canon’s part was to keep the megapixel count at a modest 12 megapixels. And interestingly enough, it seems to work better with the supplied kit lens than some of the higher-end siblings. The combination of the kit lens and the 12 MP sensor leads to some very impressive image quality (especially if you bump up the sharpness a little bit in the camera settings) and this camera will happily shoot with Canon’s low-end lenses with some very decent results. One complaint I do have is, because of the light-weight plastic construction of the body, it tends to be out of balance with the longer, heavier lenses. I noticed this when I attached the EF-S 55-250 lens on it. It may not be a dealbreaker for everybody, but some pelope might find this irritating. Colors are very punchy but not to the point of over-saturation. I won’t confidently say it’s better than D3100 for image quality, but it at least matches it. And for the most part you can get clean images from this DSLR up to ISO 1600, which is impressive. As far as the movie mode goes, it’s only 1280 720 HD but actually the video quality is excellent. However, the manual controls are very limited. If you’re equal parts into photos and movies, I would consider the Rebel T3i or 60d over this one though, as those have far more extensive manual controls for video shooting. So overall, if you’re able to overlook the rather cheap plastic construction, this is a very formidable entry-level DSLR that is suitable for both newbie photographers, and even pros looking for a light-weight companion to their regular gear.


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