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Samsung Outdoors Galaxy S20; Reveals It Will Change The World Of Photography As It Comes With 108-Megapixel And 100x Zoom Photos For Yourself

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Samsung redesigned the camera system on all the S20 phones, tripling the sensor size to let in more light. But only the S20 Ultra has a 108-megapixel sensor, 100x AI-assisted zoom and a 40-megapixel front-facing camera.

These pictures are not touched up or edited in any way unless stated. But note that they have been processed by CNET’s content image tool — you won’t see every pixel, but you’ll hopefully see enough to give you an early idea of the S20 Ultra’s camera performance. I also tested the video camera in regular and 8K modes, but those files are huge and harder to share here.

There will be plenty of footage in the final review, though. Keep checking back for new shots!

Galaxy S20 Ultra camera specs
108-megapixel main camera: You need to select the 108-megapixel quick setting to take a super-high-resolution photo, otherwise images resolve to 12 megapixels using nona-binning, which essentially creates one super pixel out of nine individual pixels. Part of the benefit of such a high-resolution image is to get more detail when you crop into a shot.

12-megapixel wide-angle lens: Samsung enlarged the sensor, so this isn’t the same camera as on the Galaxy Note 10 or S10 phones even though it uses the same megapixels. The goal is to let in more light, for better image quality, especially in low light.

48-megapixel telephoto camera: This gets you up to 100x “space zoom,” a feature that uses AI algorithms to take shots at extreme distance. The higher the zoom, the shakier your photo will be (a monopod or tripod is key).
DepthVision camera: I didn’t go out of my way to test this yet, but it’s meant to assist with various camera modes. You can’t take individual photos from it.

40-megapixel front-facing camera: For selfies, you can choose from wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle compositions.

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#WhyIDidntReport Trends On Twitter As Rape Survivors Reveal Why They Kept Quiet After Being Abused

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Women and men who have been sexually abused or raped have gone on Twitter to explain why they didn’t report their abusers.

A higher majority of rape survivors stay silent and do not out their rapists. Those who speak up years later are usually asked why they are just coming out or why they kept quiet for so long.

Some of them are sharing their reasons on Twitter with the hashtag #WhyIDidntReport.

The tweets shared are so many that the hashtag is now trending on the microblogging platform.

Below are a few of the tweets shared.

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

 #WhyIDidntReport trends on Twitter as rape survivors reveal why they kept quiet after being abused

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Virgil Abloh Criticized For Donating A Trifling $50 To #BlackLivesMatter Protesters’ Bail Fund

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Virgil Abloh, the founder and CEO of the premium brand ‘Off-White’ and artistic director of menswear line at Louis Vuitton, had a very interesting way of expressing his support to the Black Lives Matter movement and social media users are not here for it.

Since protests ignited by George Floyd’s death broke, many protesters who support the Black Lives Matter movement have been arrested for ‘looting’ and ‘violence’. Several celebrities have offered to pay for the legal expenses and release of the protesters who have been taken into custody.

While celebrities like Chrissy Teigen have already pledged $200,000 to help out the imprisoned protesters, Abloh revealed through his Instagram story that he had donated “$50” to protesters in need of bail money.
“The Miami community ~ I’m crazy inspired. For kids in the streets that need a bail funds [sic] for George Floyd protests,” he wrote in the Story.

In the backdrop of protests, Abloh took to his Instagram to rant about ‘streetwear culture’ and slammed the protesters for ransacking Sean Wotherspoon’s store.

In Los Angeles, the RSVP Gallery, which sells his ‘Off-White’ brand, was looted.

Reacting to the news, he said that the ones who have looted the merchandise should be ashamed of their actions.
“If it heals your pain, you can have it,” he wrote.

Twitter erupted with anger over Abloh’s modest contribution — some even briefly changed his Wikipedia page to read Virgil “Cheap Ass” Abloh and Virgil “50$” Abloh.

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Alleged Rapist Confesses How He Rapes Lady

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A Nigerian man identified as Ogimex Aka Obonblingz has confessed how he used to rape ladies narrating what happened and made him stop.

The young man revealed he was young at that time and one day, what he went through after trying to rape some two ladies made him rescind his decision about raping people.

He said this while reacting to the death of Uwa Vera Omozuwa, the first-year UNIBEN student.

The lady was murdered after she was raped by unknown assailants and this young man in his reaction indicated that he used to rape women who refuse to have sex with him when he was much younger.

Read what made him stop in the screenshot below.

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