I love technical trail/downhill riding!

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jonsy777 mikelevy's article
Dec 23, 2013 at 20:09
Dec 23, 2013
Pinkbike Poll - Do You Have Any Rituals?
if you find a girl who lets you ride, marry her if you find a girl who likes to ride with you, never EVER EVER let her go
jonsy777 mikekazimer's article
Dec 20, 2013 at 21:55
Dec 20, 2013
Video: Kyle Strait On The Weather Channel
do brakes stop the bike or help you ride off road?
jonsy777 mikekazimer's article
Dec 20, 2013 at 21:53
Dec 20, 2013
Video: Kyle Strait On The Weather Channel
much bike so line way downhill none seat big travel
jonsy777 davetrumpore's photo
Nov 25, 2013 at 20:49
Nov 25, 2013
Shoulda been POY imho really close race for the finals great photo well done

jonsy777 remymetailler's photo
Nov 19, 2013 at 7:16
Nov 19, 2013
that could hold a 5 course meal its so flat......

jonsy777 fraserbritton's photo
Nov 19, 2013 at 7:16
Nov 19, 2013
loving the colors in this one the Nukeproof frame is so good!!!

jonsy777 kurtdefreitas's photo
Nov 12, 2013 at 11:31
Nov 12, 2013
but then again.... the road biker got pod......

jonsy777 MaxBerkowitz's video
Nov 4, 2013 at 9:16
Nov 4, 2013
i wonder what he drinks after a day of hard riding? maybe something high in protein?

jonsy777 edge-academy's photo
Sep 16, 2013 at 18:21
Sep 16, 2013
i actually was just about to be all "where the hell is he gonna land" myself just outa curiosity thanks for clearin that up :)

jonsy777 mdelorme's photo
Sep 16, 2013 at 18:19
Sep 16, 2013
i know im not matt, but i do know a bit about light and lenses and such. A good lens is made from better glass, which will have a lower, more linear diffraction index (the same reason a prism splits light, but its not what you want in a lens), even toward the edges of the lens. (or they play some tricks with the light and use lenses to cancel out the diffraction. A lower diffraction index will produce better colors, and a sharper image. a more linear index will make sure that the colors (roygbiv) all appear more realistically. Also, the machining processes in high quality lenses are much more precise (micron tolerances) to the point where a really high quality lens will have almost perfectly parallel wavefronts of light (which is what you want). as to the flattening, that happens with high levels of zoom. why it does that is not something i specialize in, so i hope someone else will chime in, but i hope that helped with your lens question.

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