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One of my friends recently visited from Bangalore. His obvious dialogue? Let's eat Biryani!
I don't have any favourite place. I switch between different place, since we have so many options.
Wan't to know which place is top of the list. I have created a poll based on google reviews.
My personal favourite:
Share your favourite place
I have used DSLR from 2012 to 2017(D3100)
2017 to 2020, I am completely dependent on mobile phone.
I felt mobiles are easy to carry and always in our pocket and ready to shoot.
I am looking to invest on a DSLR.
My primary usage is travel photography.
Lens: 35MM and Wide angle
Body : Confused between mirrorless and regular cameras
Brand: Nikon or Sony (Full frame) looking out for used ones as well.
My primary concern? Investment/quality/usage of new gen DSLR's
Please share your inputs and suggestions.
KIA Seltos scored 3 stars in global crash test.
The protection offered to the driver and passenger head was adequate, both passenger and driver head bottomed out the airbags. Both adult passenger’s neck protection was good. Driver chest showed marginal protection, while passenger chest protection was good. Driver and passenger knees showed marginal protection as they could impact with dangerous structures behind the dashboard supported by the Tranfascia tube. Driver tibias showed weak and adequate protection while passenger’s tibias showed good and adequate protection. The bodyshell was rated as unstable and it was not capable of withstanding further loadings. Footwell area was rated as unstable. The car offers standard SBR for driver and passenger. All of the above explained the three stars for adult occupant protection.
The child seat for the 3 year old was installed FWF with the adult belt and was not able to prevent excessive forward movement during the impact while it offered poor protection to the head as it contacted with the interior of the car and good protection to the chest. The 18 month old CRs was installed with adult belt rearward facing. The head showed good protection and the chest was protected. The CRSs did not show incompatibility. The manufacturer refused to recommend the CRSs. The vehicle does not offer 3 point belts in all seating positions and it does not offer ISOFIX anchorages. All of the above explained the two stars for child occupant protection.