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2019 BMW M3 CS - First Drive Review

2018 BMW M3 CS The best one yet. FEB 2019 BY  VIVEK KUMAR PHOTOS BY THE MANUFACTURER  VIEW 23 PHOTOS

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Air-Fryer Egg Rolls

Air-Fryer Egg Rolls   Get intensely crunchy homemade egg rolls with much less fat by using an air fryer. Roll these up ahead of time and store them in the fridge for a make-ahead appetizer or dinner side dish. You can toss them in the fryer when you need them. Preparation

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Best DSLR for beginners 2019: DSLR perfect for new

Best DSLR for beginners 2019: DSLR perfect for new users By VivekKumarFebruary 16, 2019 Cameras    A complete guide to the best DSLRs for beginners If you're ready to make the step-up from your smartphone or point-and-shot, then these are the best beginner DSLRs you can buy right now in 2019. An entry-level, beginner DSLR is the natural progression when you feel like you've outgrown your point-and-shoot compact camera or are no longer satisfied with the snaps you get from your smartphone. If that's that case, you've come to the right place to find out what the the best entry-level DSLR is to help you take your photography to the next level. TOP 5 BEGINNER DSLRS Here's our pick of the 5 best beginner DSLRs - click on the links below to go through to the full review for each  1. Nikon D3500 2. Nikon D3400 3. Canon EOS Rebel T7i / EOS 800D 4. Nikon D5600 5. Canon EOS Rebel T6i / EOS 750D DSLRs for beginners deliver a big step up in image quality over a compact camera or smartphone. They may share the same amount of megapixels, but the size of an entry-level DSLR's sensor is physically much larger in most cases, allowing for superior results with more detail and better low-light performance. That's not forgetting that entry-level DSLRs offer far more manual control and the ability to change lenses to tackle a huge variety of projects. Don't worry though – there are also a host of auto modes to help you out until you're comfortable with the more creative controls that a DSLR offers. Obviously, the more features you want on your entry-level DSLR, the more you'll pay, but do you actually need them? Our top camera is one of the cheapest on the market, but still offers impressive performance and image quality, plus enough features to handle most photographic assignments, especially if you're still learning. You may also want to consider a mirrorless camera as an alternative. If so, you'll find our video above or Mirrorless vs DSLR cameras: 10 key differences guide very useful. Or, if you're not sure what kind of camera you need at all, then read our easy-to-follow guide to camera types: 

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Facts on the Siberian Husky Dog Breed

Facts on the Siberian Husky Dog Breed Proud parent of a Siberian Husky who’s looking to learn more or thinking about getting a Siberian Husky dog? Learn the facts about this breed here: Quick Facts on the Siberian Husky Dog Breed: How much do Siberian Huskies typically weigh? Photography ©Eudyptula | iStock / Getty Images Plus. Weight: 35 – 60 pounds (15.88 – 27.22 kg) Height: 20 – 23 inches (50.80 – 58.42 cm) Siberian Huskies have compact, light and furry frames. They have medium-sized heads, sometimes having unique black & white or red & white patterns. Their medium-length muzzles end in black noses (or brown for red-coated dogs). They have triangular ears that open forward and almond-shaped eyes that create an involved and cunning expression. Their proud, erect necks and straight backs lead to bushy tails. Their well-furred coat is close enough to show off the muscular lines of the body. Siberian Huskies can come in almost any color. Overall, they are balanced, muscular and well-developed dogs. Siberian Husky Traits: Siberian Huskies have a “wolf-like” look. Photography ©Flickr user Irene Mei via Creative Commons License. Some size modifications have been made to fit this site.