'x100'에 해당되는 글 48건

  1. 2011.03.28 [X100] snap
  2. 2011.03.28 [X100] snap
  3. 2011.03.25 [X100] Snap
  4. 2011.03.24 [X100] 부암동 스냅
  5. 2011.03.21 원자력의학원 <국가방사선비상진료센터> (3)
  6. 2011.03.20 Fujifilm FinePix <X100> - Test Shot
  7. 2011.01.26 <Fujifilm FinePix X100 First Look> by dpreview
  8. 2010.09.21 Fujifilm FinePix X100 (3)

[X100] snap

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[X100] Snap

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Fujifilm FinePix X100

Velvia Mode




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[X100] 부암동 스냅

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Fujifilm FinePix <X100>

부암동




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원자력의학원 <국가방사선비상진료센터>

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지난주 4박 5일간의 일본 출장을 다녀온 후

많은 분들이 방사능 걱정을 하셨습니다.

회사에서 결국 이번 일본 출장 직원들의자세한 검사를 위해서

원자력병원 <국가방사선비상진료클리닉>에 예약을해놨더군요

이미 입굴할 때 공항에서 검사를 받기는 했지만....;;;;

암튼....  제가 받은 검사는....




1. 공항의 금속탐지기 같은 문을 통화하는겁니다.

이건 이미 공항에서 통화한겁니다.

이건, 자연방사능 수치의 120%를 초과하는 방사능을 탐지한다고 하더군요...

상당히 정밀한 편이기 때문에, 공항에서 통화하셨다면 안심하셔도 됩니다.


2. 두번째는 맨 아래있는 박스에 들어가서 전신 스캔을 하는겁니다.

기것도 위에것과 비슷한 원리겠죠... 대신 좀 더 정밀할거라 예상합니다.

박스에 들어가면 전신 앞뒤를 스캔합니다.

기계가 5초를 세더니 "CLEAN"이라고 하더군요...;;;;





방사능으로 인한 피해는 두가지로 나눌 수 있습니다. 오늘 담당 의사선생님께 들었습니다.



1. 방사능에 오염된 수증기, 낙진 등에 의한 <오염>

이 오염은 다시 내부오염(몸속)과 외부오염(피부, 피복)으로 나눕니다.

외부 오염의 경우엔 깨끗이 샤워하고, 옷은 버리거나 세탁하면 됩니다.

내부오염은 약물 치료가 가능하겠죠...



2. 방사선에 의한 <피폭>

방사선에 의한 피폭은 단시간에 매우 높은 방사선에 피폭되었을 경우에

혈구수의 감소, 심한경우 염색체의 훼손이 생길 수 있다고 합니다.





위의 두 가지 '장비'를 통과하는것은

바로 <오염> 여부를 판단하는 것입니다.

한마디로 저는 "클린"이라네요...;;;

저는 후쿠시마에서 백여킬로 떨어진곳까지 갔었습니다.

그래서 <피폭> 되지는 않았기에 피폭검사는 하지 않았습니다.

원하는 사람들은 피폭여부를 판단하기 위해서 혈액을 채취하면 됩니다.

채취된 혈액의 혈구수를 세어보고 정상범위인지 확인합니다.

그래도 의심이가면 '염색체'를 확인해서 파괴된 염색체가 있는지 확인해준답니다.



암튼... 이제 전혀 걱정하지 않아도 될 듯 합니다...^^




촬영은 Fujifilm X100이 수고해줬습니다~


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  1. 질문 2011.04.25 17:13 address edit & del reply

    검색중에 찾아오게 되었는데요 저도 이 검사를 한번 받아보고 싶은데 비용은 얼마나 들었는지 혹시 실례가 안된다면 여쭤봐도 될까요?^^;

    • Favicon of https://www.whydasu.com 외다수 2011.04.25 22:21 신고 address edit & del

      제 경우에는 예약부터 결제까지 회사에서 일괄로 처리해서 잘 알수가 없네요.... 죄송합니다...

    • Favicon of https://www.whydasu.com 외다수 2011.05.24 21:15 신고 address edit & del

      혈액검사로 염색체 이상유무를 확인하는 검사는 100만원정도 한다는군요...

Fujifilm FinePix <X100> - Test Shot

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휴일에 근무하며 짬짬이 <X100> 테스트






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<Fujifilm FinePix X100 First Look> by dpreview

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-공식 홈페이지 :   http://www.finepix-x100.com/en




In amongst all the cameras announced at Photokina 2010 - including enthusiast SLRs such as the Nikon D7000, Canon EOS 60D, Pentax K-5 and Sigma SD1 - one utterly unexpected model stole the show. Fujifilm unveiled the FinePix X100, a compact camera with an SLR-size APS-C sensor and traditional analogue control dials, that hides ground-breaking technology inside a retro-styled body with looks to die for. It's the company's first camera with a large, APS-C sensoraimed at professionals and advanced amateurs since the S5 Pro DSLR of 2006.

Fujifilm may be a company that’s currently best-known for its prolific production of compact cameras, but in reality it has a long tradition of making somewhat left-field, unique cameras aimed at serious enthusiasts and professionals. The company regularly sought out market niches in the days of film, from its Fujica 6x9 format rangefinders, through the GA645Zi medium format ‘zoom compact’, to the TX-1 35mm panoramic rangefinder (better known in Western markets as the Hasselblad XPan), all of which still command premium prices on the used market today. In the digital era it has concentrated mainly on its innovative SuperCCD sensor technology, employing it to provide class-leading dynamic range on cameras such as the S5 Pro and the EXR series of zoom compacts. Along the way it has made some genuine cult classics, including the F30 and F31Fd compacts which earned a reputation as excellent low-light performers.

The X100, though, is something totally different. It’s a beautifully-designed rangefinder-styled camera that squeezes an SLR-size APS-C sensor into its compact body, and sports a fixed, fast F2 maximum aperture semi-wideangle lens with a classic 35mm-equivalent field of view. It uses traditional analogue-style control dials for shutter speed, aperture and exposure compensation, alongside an electronically coupled (‘focus-by-wire’) manual focus ring. But the biggest story is its innovative hybrid viewfinder, which combines a conventional direct-vision optical viewfinder with a high-resolution electronic viewfinder, offering the best of both worlds plus a few unique tricks of its own.

The large-sensor, fixed-lens compact isn’t a new idea, of course, and both Sigma’s DP series and the Leica X1 have already visited this territory. However these haven’t been entirely convincing products, plagued by slow operation, low-resolution LCDs and, in the case of the Sigmas, a somewhat quirky interface. For this reason they’ve struggled to establish a compelling raison d’etre, especially in the face of competition from the new breed of interchangeable lens mirrorless compacts typified by the Olympus Pen series and Sony NEXs. So the real question will be whether Fujifilm has managed to refine the concept, and produce a camera that’s as compelling to shoot with as its specifications (and looks) suggest.

The X100 was shown at Photokina as a non-working prototype, slated for an introduction date of March 2011. Fujifilm says it’s on course to meet that target, and has kindly lent us a working prototype model for a first look, on which this article is based. The camera we have is not fully representative of the version that will hit the retailers’ shelves – certain aspects of the cosmetic finish are different, and the firmware is far from finished. So this won’t quite be our usual detailed preview, but instead a first impression of what the camera’s like 'in the flesh'. If you're interested in the X100, Fuji's own special site is also well worth a visit.






Key features

  • 12 megapixel APS-C sized CMOS sensor
  • Fixed 23mm F2 lens (field of view equivalent to a 35mm lens on full frame)
  • 2.8" LCD screen, 4:3 aspect ratio, 460,000 dots
  • Hybrid optical / electronic viewfinder
  • OVF with 0.5x magnification, projected framelines indicate approx 90% of field of view
  • EVF with ca 0.5x magnification, 1,440,000 dots
  • Traditional-style control dials for shutter speed, aperture and exposure compensation
  • ISO 100 (L), 200-6400, 12800 (H)
  • Flash hot shoe and built-in flash
  • Built-in neutral density filter (3 stops)
  • 1280x720 HD movie recording with stereo sound



Compared to...

The composite image below gives an idea of the X100's size relative to some of its competitors, both fixed- and interchangeable-lensed. It's a bit taller than the Leica X1 with which it most closely competes, but this mainly reflects the X100's built-in hybrid viewfinder (X1 users have to make do with the rear LCD or an add-on optical viewfinder). It's also noticeably larger than interchangeable lens cameras like the Panasonic GF1, and particularly the APS-C Sony NEX-5 (from which it's poles apart in terms of control philosophy), but again, neither of these have an eye-level viewfinder either. Of course the X100 is distinctly smaller and more portable than any DSLR fitted with a similarly-fast lens.

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2011년 3월 출시예정

23mm   /   f/2   /   $ 1,000

"꼭 갖고 싶습니다!!"



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  1. Favicon of https://loveyo.tistory.com 파워뽐뿌걸 2010.09.24 16:12 신고 address edit & del reply

    이건 사야해요 ㄷㄷ

  2. Favicon of https://www.whydasu.com 외다수 2010.09.24 16:44 신고 address edit & del reply

    무조건 질러야죠!! ㅎㅎ

  3. Mono 2010.10.15 00:52 address edit & del reply

    나도 바로 지를거임 ㅡㅋ

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