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The a7 IV still offers twin card slots: both accept UHS-II SD cards with the upper one also able to take one of Sony's small CFexpress Type A cards, which can maintain much faster write speeds than the fastest SD cards (typically 400MB/s minimum sustained write, vs 90MB/s minimum sustained write for V90 SD cards).
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@JPM29In addition if you download the RAW files, put them in developer, crop around this portraits on the left and in the histogram you will see that A1 image is underexposed 0,6 stops. Same for A7S3. Which is the reason for more shot noise in the image. Most probably this comes from the lens, or could be because on-site conditions.This is why this "comparison tool" can not be really used for very "scientific" tests.But it is enough to get some idea how sensor performs, totally useless for fueling forum wars, and endless comments ........
Engaging men as equal partners was particularly pertinent to the context given evidence suggesting that men's discussions with their partners about reproductive planning in Uganda is generally poor (Kaida et al. 2005). The Uganda Demographic and Health Survey (2006) showed that almost half of all married women had not discussed reproductive planning with their partners the year preceding the survey, and among married women using contraception, 17% were using it without their husband/partner's knowledge. Pool et al.'s (2000) interviews and focus groups with men in South-Western Uganda found that many men expressed a vested interest to be in control of their female partners, including their use of contraception. Moreover, the IPPF (2008) review of sexual and reproductive health programmes in Uganda noted that those involving men tended to target them solely as clients. To address this gap and engage men at this level, the LCI-RHU established workshops to challenge unequal gender roles by explaining the harms of certain gender norms to men and women and the benefits of more equitable alternatives. The workshops also functioned to challenge men's use of violence against women, to encourage men to communicate openly with their partners about sexual decision-making and sexuality, to support their partners' needs, including accessing sexual and reproductive health services, and to share domestic duties with their partners. The workshops included local health service providers, religious leaders, cultural leaders and local couples, who were invited to share their experiences with sexual and reproductive health service utilisation and domestic responsibility. The LCI-RHU also established six community clubs with a majority of male, but some female, participants to support income-generating activities (IGAs) of their choice, which included brick-laying, poultry and pig keeping and saving schemes.
Regarding engaging men as clients, the use of multiple communication and implementation strategies, including community outreach and the hosting of male targeted clinic days, was found to attract a greater number of male clients than prior to the project's implementation in the area. This is congruent with findings in the literature, including a review of 58 sexual and reproductive health interventions engaging men, which found that a multi-pronged approach was more likely to change behaviours among men and boys than single-focus interventions (Barker et al. 2010). Peer education was also particularly effective in promoting men's sexual and reproductive health awareness, which has elsewhere been found to be a valuable way to improve men's sexual health, such as increasing condom use, delaying sexual debut and decreasing the likelihood of multiple concurrent partners (Foss et al. 2007; Cornish and Campbell 2009). Sexual and reproductive health projects are more likely to be effective if the messages are tailored to men's values and needs, with relevance to their sociocultural context (Ntshebe, Pitso, and Segobye 2006). Thus, creating spaces for men to express their concerns and barriers to sexual and reproductive health as occurred in this project, and understanding individual's processes of change as ongoing and iterative, are key components for engaging men as clients. Findings also undermine the idea that men inherently prefer male service providers, as some men in this study preferred female service providers and female peer educators were also viewed as effective.
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MTF (Modulation Transfer Function) curves describe to what extent the tested lens can faithfully reproduce contrast of the subject in images it captures. The closer the 10 lp/mm (line pairs per millimeter) curve (the thick line for low frequency) in an MTF chart to "1" of the vertical axis (the higher up), the higher the contrast reproduction performance of the tested lens will be. The closer the 30 lp/mm curve (the thin line for high frequency) to "1" (the higher up), the higher the resolving power and thus the subjective sharpness of the lens will be. Lens performance differs depending upon directions. Solid lines show performance in the sagittal (radial) direction while dotted lines indicate performance in the meridional (circumferential) direction. When sharp lenses capable of delivering uniform optical performance over the entire image field are tested, MTF charts show curves plotted in good balance. Performance characteristics of photographic lenses cannot be expressed with only MTF charts. There are other factors that are expressed in different methods, such as taste of softness and degrees of compensation of various aberrations. But you can use MTF charts as a scale to measure lens performance.
The new European draft legislation has also targeted Apple's App Store with regard to its practices and preinstalled applications. One of the main changes that will be brought to their current business model is represented by the removal of the "self-preferencing" strategy. As a result of the proposal on the Digital Markets Act, Apple would be forced to change the manner in which its apps are displayed in the App Store searches, so as to give the chance to smaller developers to have their software downloaded by consumers. Moreover, Apple will have to allow its customers to uninstall preloaded first-party apps from the devices procured. Thus, both Google and Apple will be constrained and their practices more regulated. According to the DMA final proposal, these big tech companies will be compelled to share performance metrics for free with advertisers and publishers.