*world date format, lol. The US is pretty much the only country that does it backwards.
“Hey Siri (or google or alexa), what time is it in New York right now?”
Then look at your watch. Do a little math. Then people will know what time the announcement will be locally. No time change coming up in the next week that I know about.
Yup, I enjoyed Peter McKinnon for a short while but then stopped subscribing to his channel as it all seemed to be about him, his new studio, his camera cage and very little about taking normal photography. Why not replace him with someone who actually makes a living from photography lol. Very annoying chap!Can somebody edit the McKinnon, Adler and Cincotta bits out, or just wake me up for the Joy, Valenzuela, and Stableford bits?
Photographers are so grouchy and bitter. I like the way it is filmed and it is inspiring if you break it down as a videographer. The channel doesnt claim to be more than what it is.Yup, I enjoyed Peter McKinnon for a short while but then stopped subscribing to his channel as it all seemed to be about him, his new studio, his camera cage and very little about taking normal photography. Why not replace him with someone who actually makes a living from photography lol. Very annoying chap!
It would be nice to know the price first. No?Preorders have already been opened at an Australian store https://www.digitalcamerawarehouse.com.au/canon-eos-r5-body-only-pre-order
and they only require a $200 deposit. I'm reluctant to do it though until I know for sure the specs of the camera, including the megapixel count.
Canon should just put a countdown clock on its worldwide websites to remove any confusion...It appears as though 90% of Americans don't realize what the S stands for and will happily continue to use it during Daylight Saving time months. Or if they think about it, they do realize it means "standard" but imagine "standard" is just "what everyone in the time zone is using as their standard today" (I.e., that it means "non daylight saving time")
I suggest to people who don't want to have to update their business hours on their websites every time the clock is reset, to just use "ET," "CT," etc. That doesn't help the folks in Arizona, for whom "MT" means, effectively, "PT" more than half of the year; they really should spell out "Mountain Standard Time."
(Note for Europeans who might be scratching their heads: Apparently on your continent the "S" stands for "Summer" (what we Yanks call "Daylight"), so it actually has the opposite meaning here than it does for you. So CEST is summer time, CET is winter time in Central Europe, here EDT is summer time, EST is winter time on our east coast.)
I use YYYY/MM/DD for files stored on my servers and whatever that the society I'm in expects the rest of the time. I want to minimize the confusion for other people and very few humans expect YYYY/MM/DD.
Canon should just put a countdown clock on its worldwide websites to remove any confusion...
I’m more confused and baffled by the number of people who cannot seem to tell time. Do they not teach this anymore? Did you all know Newfoundland has its own time zone 1/2 hour different than Atlantic Time? Those good people must be totally lost!