No, it's the nearest T Tauri type star (according to Wikipedia). The nearest star to Sol should be Proxima Centauri IIRC.
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F-mount (for Nikon) and K-mount (for Pentax) are indeed very old mount; these two companies did a very good job for preserving backward compatibilities while adding new features to the newer lenses. K-mount is about 30-40 years old while F-mount dated back to the late 50s. Even so some higher-end cameras can get AE with the old lenses without electronic contacts!
Canon current EF-mount is a lot younger. They created the EF-mount in the 80s, which is incompatible to their old line of lenses. Though so Canon they produces a lot of EF-lenses nowadays so you would find it abundant on the market.
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Sounds like we could replace humans with chatbots in Argument clinic
You must be meaning longer exposure/shutter, and DoF is controlled by aperture not exposure, larger aperture (smaller f number) leads to a narrower DoF.
The f-number which decides the depth of field is the ratio between the aperture and the focal length.
The real reason behind why small sensors does not work well with many pixels, is because it will make less light retrieved by individual pixel sensor (i.e. sensel). Since manufacturer tries to cramp as much pixels on a small patch, the image will worsen especially in low-light environment.
This is why FF (full-frame sensor, 135 film equivalent) and 6x6 (Hasselbrad V-system in TFA) has its market.
It would be better to use the mysqli extension (bind_param) if you are in PHP4 environment. Of course, if adding extensions is not an option, sanitize with these functions is the way to go.
A more simple way is to use a parametrized statement. No extra libraries if you are using Java,
EEE only applies to open standard Microsoft targets. And exFAT is a proprietary standard solely developed by Microsoft. What is the point for ruining their own standard and make their customers and manufacturers angry?
You're trying to offer DDOS (Disk Delivery Overseas Service) to Russia?
Maybe "Father of Long Range Fiber Optics" or "Father of Practical Fiber Optics"?