King of the Cage – my man Kotetsu Boku of Krazy Bee (right) defeated Tony Hervey by unanimous decision in Okinawa on Saturday night. Congratulations to him on his victory!
Photo taken from his personal blog
view all of the results of this event here
Back-button AF offers some significant advantages, especially for the experienced photographer. It can take a little practice to get used to it… but I suggest giving it a try if you haven’t done so already.
For years, Canon EOS cameras have offered photographers an option to change the way autofocus is activated. Often referred to by pros as “back-button AF”, this feature lets the user customize the camera so that focusing is performed by pressing a rear button with the photographer’s right thumb.
The lens that I’ve been waiting for, the Zeiss 100mm f/2 MAKRO PLANAR ZE, is now in stock at Amazon.com for $1,843! (BUY IT HERE). The price is cringeworthy. Quality? 2nd to none!
Akira Sasaki, born 26.09.1981, is an Alpine Skier for the Japanese Olympic team. He represented Japan in the 2002 & 2006 Winter Olympics and he’s participating in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver as well. Sasaki satisfied the SAJ’s qualification benchmark of a top-15 finish on the World Cup tour this season by coming 15th in Zagreb in early January.
MMA Event: King of the Cage: Toryumon
Saturday January 30, 2010
Okinawa Convention Center