Getestet von Jeff Carter:
“The Fujifilm EF-20 flashgun which I already own is an excellent TTL flash that slips into a jacket pocket. However the Nissin i40 is in another league and it is a welcome addition to my ever growing Fujifilm X-Series outfit. At £169 the i40 is great value for money.”
REVIEW: First Impressions of the Nissin i40 Flashgun for the Fuji X-Series
This is an experiment.
Disclaimer: This is NOT AT ALL about bashing Adobe or Flash, being an Apple fanboy or anything. I *love* Flash, FLEX, AIR and the rest of it, but I’m just not sure how much we need it *on web pages*.
(To my friends & colleagues developing in Flash: that experiment is probably not an option for you ;) )
Looking at the recent discussions around Flash on the iPhone/iPad it’s probably time for a reality check – what does having Flash _in the browser_ mean to you, really.
At first I thought about uninstalling Flash for a week and seeing what it’s like, but then I found an easier way:
Firefox: Install Flashblock https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/433
Internet Explorer 8: Try this http://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/754934-ie8-has-its-built-in-flash-block-its-called-per-site-activex-control/
Opera: Install Flashblock http://my.opera.com/Lex1/blog/flashblock-for-opera-9
Then run like that for a day, and report back in the Facebook group I created (Firefox seems a lot snappier for me with Flashblock ;) )
Don’t click on this link!
Jeremy has issued the same warning, in vain.
Don’t say I didn’t warn you…. ;)