BOLTON, Vermont (WCAX) – Ski resorts in northern New England are working to prepare for the start of their season if they aren’t already open, but with limited travel across the country, some resorts in Vermont say they will “I think what we expect to see this year is fewer out-of-state skiers,” said Lindsay DesLauriers, president of Bolton Valley. “If the off-staters don’t come, it probably won’t have an effect on our results,” said Jimmy Cochran, Cochran ski area manager. Big ski resorts like Stowe and Jay Peak should be among hardest hit due to out-of-state travel restrictions. But according to DesLauriers, that doesn’t mean smaller mountains won’t feel the pinch. “This reduced travel, this interstate travel is going to be a challenge for the ski industry this year, “she said. DesLauriers says Vermonters are fortunate to have hills in their hometown. And with good execution of guidance and protocol, the trails still have a lot to offer, safe. But despite the optimism, COVID-19 will affect more than the pockets of the resorts, but in a different way. This morning from 5 a.m. to 7 a.m. to see how the small resorts should be touched. Copyright 2020 WCA X. All rights reserved. .
KARACHI: All of the Cities of Tajir Ittehad on Monday said shop owners feared a closure which, if implemented, would prove extremely damaging for small businesses.
“The KCCI (Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry) must play a major role in convincing the government to refrain from another lockdown and we will ensure strict adherence to all SOPs (standard operating procedures),” said its president Hammad Poonawala during a meeting with KCCI Supporters.
KCCI should form a committee to look at the problems experienced by small traders who face many difficulties every day due to harassment and bhatta requests.
The merchant delegation also expressed deep concern over the dilapidated road conditions in Karachi’s key markets, which affect trade and commercial activity. “To sue for bribes, police, traffic police officers and customs officials intercepted their official shipments under the pretext of checking the presence of banned products,” said Poonawala. “Even if all official documents are presented and the shipment does not carry the prohibited item, they will not release it until the bribe request is fulfilled.”
KCCI appealed to store owners to ensure compliance with standard operating procedures and business times related to the corona virus. KCCI President Shariq Vohra said shop owners must ensure SOP compliance as well as business time, in addition to devising an effective strategy for social distancing.
“KCCI will always advocate for strategies designed to ensure minimum harm to the business community during the most difficult and extraordinary situations that are ongoing,” said Vohra.
The KCCI president advised trade association representatives from the commercial market to remain calm, improve relations with KCCI and unite under a platform of chambers so that one voice can be raised to resolve many issues and the possibility of complaints, if not completely eradicated, can be minimized.
“It is time for small traders and shop owners to change their mindset and start opening a business in the morning which will certainly minimize the complaints they face at the end of the permitted business time,” he said. “Shops and markets around the world open early and close at night which is also a must-do here.”
Vohra said any complaints regarding harassment by customs officials must be submitted to KCCI immediately. “The higher authorities are usually not aware of mistakes such as those committed by officers at lower levels because it has been observed that all such complaints will be resolved immediately when notified to high-ranking officials,” he said.
The president of KCCI advises small traders to become members of KCCI, which is the most dynamic platform for solving all kinds of problems.
Panasonic announced the launch of a new S 85mm f/1.8 full-frame lens suitable for L-mount cameras. The design is compact and lightweight, with beautiful bokeh and clear details.
Matsushita Announced the launch of the new Lumix S 85mm f/1.8 fixed focus lens-a lens designed as a compact fixed focus lens with beautiful bokeh (with 9 aperture blades), which is weather-sealed and comparable to other lenses on the market Compared with the product, the price is quite competitive. It has been launched as part of a series of matching prime lenses and has been shown as part of Panasonic’s new L-mount lens roadmap. The LUMIX S 85mm F1.8 will be available at the end of November with a suggested retail price of £599.99 (Euro 679.99 in Ireland).
Panasonic launches new lightweight and compact LUMIX S 85mm F1.8 lens for its full-frame S-series cameras
From Panasonic: November 4, 2020 -Panasonic is pleased to introduce the new large-aperture medium and far fixed focus lens LUMIX S 85mm F1.8 (S-S85).
Based on the L-mount system used in the LUMIX S series of full-frame mirrorless cameras, the 85mm F1.8 is the first of four F1.8 large aperture lenses announced by Panasonic. The four F1.8 lenses have the same size and position of control parts to provide practical advantages. Since the diameter is the same, the same filter can also be used.
Composed of 9 elements in 8 groups, using 2 ED (ultra-low dispersion) lenses can effectively suppress axial chromatic aberration and chromatic aberration of magnification. Panasonic S series lenses pursue the beauty of bokeh, while LUMIX S 85mm F1.8 can provide smooth defocus gradation from the focus peak to adjacent areas of the image, and smooth circular bokeh from point light sources without vignetting . LUMIX S 85mm F1.8 also has a mechanism to suppress focus breathing and is also excellent in video recording performance. The filter is 67 mm in diameter and has a 9-blade circular aperture diaphragm.
LUMIX S 85mm F1.8 is light and compact (about 355g) and very flexible. Robust dust/splashproof* design can be used even under severe conditions of 10 degrees below zero.
In addition to the planned four F1.8 large aperture lenses, a 70-300mm telephoto zoom lens is also being developed to further enhance the lineup of LUMIX S series lenses. Panasonic and the L-Mount System Alliance are committed to developing L-Mount lenses to further expand their product lineup to meet customer needs.
- If the lens is in direct contact with dust and water, dust and splash agents cannot guarantee that damage will not occur.
- L-Mount is a trademark or registered trademark of Leica Camera AG.
- Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Panasonic S 85mm f/1.8 specifications
|focal length||85 mm|
|Field of view||29°|
|Maximum aperture||f / 1.8|
|Filter size||67 mm|
|Equivalent to 35mm||no data|
|Maximum magnification||0.13 times|
|Minimum focus||80 cm|
|Package contents||Lens cap, rear lens cap, hood|
Has anyone told you that you have radio sound? Do people ask you to read it at weddings, read MC at charity events or record voicemail greetings? When you tell your children a bedtime story, will they be admired? If so, you may have a future in the audiobook narrative.
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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Wednesday that expensive electricity was a major impediment to the growth of small and medium enterprises, increasing production costs and making domestic products lose their ability to compete with foreign goods.
He observed this when chairing a meeting on the promotion of industrial processes, particularly the problems faced by small and medium enterprises and their solutions. The meeting was attended by federal ministers Hammad Azhar, Asad Umar, Umar Ayub, Trade Advisor Abdul Razak Dawood, Special Assistant to Nadeem Babar, Tabish Gohar, Secretary of Finance, Secretary of Energy, Secretary of Petroleum, and other senior officials. The meeting discussed various proposals for solving problems facing the industry, especially small and medium enterprises, including the high cost of electricity.
Responding to the meeting, the prime minister said the country’s development was linked to the promotion of industrial processes. He said that in order to save the industrial sector, especially small and medium enterprises from the current economic situation and losses due to the corona virus, it is necessary to find solutions to problems facing the industrial sector on a priority basis. Welcoming the various proposals put forward in this regard, the Prime Minister said all possible efforts and steps were taken to encourage industrial processes and utilize existing capacities in the country.
The Prime Minister advised that the proposals submitted to the industrial sector to solve energy-related problems must be resolved as soon as possible so that they can be implemented immediately.
Meanwhile, the PM chaired a meeting on steps to be taken in the federal capital to improve health facilities and ensure the provision of quality healthcare services to the public.
The Special Assistant for Health Dr Faisal Sultan briefed the prime minister about the problems faced in the health sector, priorities and future strategies to improve the quality of health services and provide quality services.
Detailed discussions were held to provide basic and quality health services to the community through primary health care and to expand the coverage of the health insurance program and the introduction of an action plan to reduce the burden on large hospitals by improving facilities in primary health units and secondary hospitals. The roadmap for the use of information technology in providing health services to patients is submitted to the prime minister.
The prime minister was briefed on the progress of a proposal to establish primary health facilities in Jhangi Syedan, Mauza Johad, G-13 and Golra, expansion of the Polyclinic and construction of a 200-bed secondary health hospital in Sarai Kharboza.