nice buys man
nice buys man
Got me summa deez:
Nike Flyknit Lunar1+
Easily the most comfortable running shoe I have ever worn in my life.
looks good man! loving the Lights avatar btw ;) she's gorgeous
ive never played virtua tennis, is it any good?
Yeah its a 1:1 port of the PS3 version IMO. It's native res so looks really sharp and it's a technical marvel all in all tbh. Considering it was a launch game too
Tons of content if I remember correctly. You can take a photo of yourself and make yourself in the game lol. It's a good game
@ ps3freak:: Thanks, man! :]]
These are my new babies:
Bought a Nexus10 32gb and DS3 lately 300ppi ftw ;)
...and what do you do with a 500$ tablet?!
Here's a snapshot of the homescreen
*sorry for crappy cell cam
Sweet Beast! I love the nexus 10. My buddy has one and it is quite sleek. I have the Asus Tf300 but the nexus 10 is a better tablet but I have no problems with mine. Nice buy.
Holy crap that's a huge image Beast :snicker
Nice purchase !
I've always wondered how to do the screen snapshot on my tablet. still haven't figured it out to this day.
Yeah but i thought maybe you guys want to see the tablet itself and not just the box ;)
Just press the "power" and "volume down" buttons simultaneously to take a screenshot.
Hope that works on your tablet too.
DS3 was a letdown btw, you guys should wait a little and get it used (i wanted offline coop ffs!!).
Any film junkies, video geeks, camera geeks out there? I just built this DIY Steadicam rig for my shoot.
All the parts from Home Depot, minus the weights. The camcorder is temporarily there as a test run. I'm using my schools' Panasonic HVX200 on that block of wood mounting board. It's a little big, but I might get Home Depot to cut the pipes down to 12 inches each, and maybe the handle to 10 inches. But, this cost me under $50 to build and did it in less than 10 minutes.
A real, professional steadicam ranges between 700-8,000 or more. The rentals are $130 per day or the weekend if you are renting on Friday, not to mention that you need to give them a pretty huge retainer.
DIY Steadicam, 1
Pro Steadicam, 0
I couldn't get my old Nintendo 64 to work, so I bought a USB adapter for my controller so I can use it with an emulator. Works great, very happy with it. Still prefer playing on the real thing though!