Erasing all doubts! SanDisk remains one of the pioneer firms in terms of memory storage solution.
Their constant innovation has made them one of the word’s reliable companies.
Sandisk Extreme PRO SDHC UHS-I Card 32 GB is one of the products that I would like to give a special mention here. This product offers 95MB/s read and 90MB/s write speeds.
Some of highlights of the card, which is build for extreme conditions, are:
UHS Speed Class (U3) and Video Spped Class 30 (V30)for 4K UHD video
Available capacities: Up to 512GB
Shock-proof, temperature-proof, waterproof and X-ray proof.
UHS Video Speed Class 30 (V30), sustained video capture rate of 30MB/s and UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) designates a performance option – designed to support real-time video recording with UHS enabled host devices.
The card is pretty useful for those who use camera’s burst-mode frequently. The card is managed by the Power Core™ Controller. I used this card on my Canon 750D and it worked well. Without much worry, one can shoot for longer period of time, thanks to the card’s storage capacity.
I will definitely recommend this product for above mentioned reasons.
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The majestic beauty of Hindu Kush mountain range made me completely numb and dumb. While travelling from New Delhi to Bishkek, I somehow managed to capture the splendid beauty of this mountain, thanks to a window seat. All the images had been taken by my Mi4.
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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus or CST – formerly Victoria Terminus is one of the country’s oldest Victorian-Italianate-Gothic style architectural buildings.
Designed by Frederick William Stevens, it was built in 1887 in the Bori Bunder area of Mumbai.
Hi guys ! You can read my article on Issyk-Kul Lake in the prestigious TLF magazine by downloading the PDF file here. file:///C:/Users/deepa/Desktop/Issyk-Kul%20Lake.pdf
Have you been to this famous and enchanting lake ? If yes, how was your experience ?
Warning: The following article may tempt you to fall in love with seafood. 🙂
I was in Labuanj Bajo at the invitation of the Tourism Ministry of Indonesia. While one can find plenty of restaurants and street food-stalls in Labuan Bajo, Tree Top stands apart.
I had some very delicious food in this four-storey wooden building. When I reached this place, construction was underway and the owner of the restaurant told me that he was planning to extend this place.
Delicious food and a pleasant view of Labuan Bajo harbour, it is one of the best places in the area to relax and have good time. Fish, crab, lobster, squid, octopus – the restaurant provides plenty of options for seafood lovers. I tried several dishes, including baby octopus and liked them instantly.
One can also notice that the restaurant is full of interesting colourful artworks.
I recommend ordering your favourite food with chilled Bintnag. 🙂
The slogan “…smile please because you are at TREETOP!” proves that the owner Matheus wants his each and every customer to be happy.
All the images have been taken with a Xiamoi Mi4.
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A trip to Jaipur is incomplete without a visit to Amer Fort. Situated on a hill, this spectacular fort is known as for its intricate Hindu style design and marvellous architecture. According to historians, Amer Fort, which is also known as Amer Palace, was the residence of the Rajput Maharajas and their families.
Along with Jaigarh Fort, this grand palace is situated above on the Cheel ka Teela (Hill of Eagles) of the same Aravalli range of hills.
Amer Fort and Jaigarh Fort, the two places are considered one complex, as both are linked with a subterranean passage.
I really liked both the places and clicked a lot of images. In 2013, Amer Fort was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
While taking a stroll in the Sokolinki Park
, I was delighted to see some senior citizens dancing to the tunes of music. They all were busy dancing, chatting and enjoying the moments. And I really enjoyed their moves 🙂
I shot this short video with the help of Xiaomi Mi4. Enjoy !!!