Amy showing off her latest functional portable water filtration system.
No contest, the kit zoom is pretty tough with continuous light. 1.8 vs 5.6. Had to boost to ISO 800 on the Sony a7 vs 400 for the Olympus E-P5.
EDIT: actually, a day later I have realized the following:
I think this is a good first attempt by Sony. I liked the size. Just slightly larger than an EM-5 and definitely smaller than the EM-1. However, even with the 35mm, the lenses will be larger.
Conclusion for me, until better lenses and zooms come out, along with touchscreen and some sort of in-body stabilization, I don’t see a compelling reason to go with the Sony. I think I would rather stick with a Nikon 610 or Canon 6D and invest in better glass. However, the future looks very good if Sony can compete with some even faster primes and 2.8 zooms.
I was tasked with the quick chore of checking for some strings and replacing them (marketing-eze updates to help “mesh next-generation web” services )
I knew one of the words, ‘target’ would be all over the source in various usages as it’s a highly used keyword in HTML5 friendly dev environments.
Given the following possible matches:
target="foo" target data-target="" target() target: target => Target
The only string I really want to match is the last one. I built up the following pattern after iterating through the main project and whittled down the initial find of 702 records down to 25.
$string =~ /target\b(?![,"\(\)\.\[':;\|\&\?])(?!\s*=)/i
The above pattern looks for the word ‘target’ (case-insensitive), then a word-boundary, then checks that it IS NOT followed by the characters placed in the brackets, and lastly, is not followed by an equals sign (spaces might occur before equals, which should invalidate result as well).