David Arquette is an American actor, professional wrestler, film director, producer and fashion designer. A member of the Arquette acting family, he first became known during the mid-1990s after starring in several Hollywood films, such as the Scream series, Wild Bill, Never Been Kissed, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, See Spot Run and Eight Legged Freaks, he has since had several television roles, such as Jason Ventress on ABC's In Case of Emergency. As a professional wrestler, he is remembered for his infamous stint in World Championship Wrestling where he was a one time WCW World Heavyweight Champion but has received praise in recent times, for his work on the independent circuit. Arquette was born in a Subud commune in Virginia, he is the youngest child of Brenda "Mardi" Olivia, an actress, theater operator, acting teacher, therapist, Lewis Arquette, an actor. Arquette's paternal grandfather was comedian Cliff Arquette. Arquette's mother was Jewish, his father, whose family's surname was Arcouet, was of part French-Canadian descent.
Arquette's four siblings, Richmond and Alexis, all became actors as well. The Arquettes had an unusual upbringing, with a father who had issues with substance abuse, their mother died of breast cancer. Arquette appeared in a number of movies in the 1990s, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Never Been Kissed, he had guest spots on television shows like Blossom, Beverly Hills, 90210, Friends. Arquette achieved his biggest success in the horror/slasher film franchise Scream, it was during the filming of the first film in 1996 that he first met his future wife, Courteney Cox. The couple married in 1999. Arquette guest starred alongside Cox on Cougar Town in 2012. Arquette appeared in the Sega video game ESPN NFL 2K5, voicing himself as a "celebrity adversary" and manager of his own team, the Los Angeles Locos, as well as appearing as an unlockable character in Season Mode, he appeared in the 2001 EA video game SSX Tricky, as the voice of lead character Eddie. He starred in See Spot Run in 2001. Arquette starred in the 2007 ABC comedy series In Case of Emergency, canceled after one season.
Since he has appeared in the 2008 film Hamlet 2, reprised his role in Scream 4, again acting alongside Cox. He appeared alongside his sister in the TV show Medium in January 2011, he appeared in Rascal Flatts' music video for their song "Why Wait" in 2010. Arquette, a well-known horror fan, made his directorial debut with 2007's The Tripper, has signed on to direct Glutton, a 3D psychological thriller; the film began shooting in July 2011 in Canada. Arquette appeared on the 13th season of Dancing with the Stars, partnered with two-time champion Kym Johnson, he was eliminated on November 1, 2011. On October 7, 2013, Arquette's new show Dream School, in which he plays a mentor to high-risk kids in L. A. premiered on the Sundance Channel. In 2017, he starred in the reboot of the Sea Monsters as Captain Barnabus. In 2000, after filming the World Championship Wrestling movie Ready to Rumble, Arquette was brought into WCW storylines, he made his first appearance on the April 12, 2000 episode of Thunder, sitting in the crowd before leaping into the ring to take part in a worked confrontation with Eric Bischoff and his New Blood stable.
Afterwards, he formed an alliance with Chris Kanyon and reigning WCW World Heavyweight Champion Diamond Dallas Page, with their help, he defeated Bischoff in a singles match in the April 24 episode of Nitro. On the following episode of Thunder, Arquette teamed with Page in a match against Bischoff and Jeff Jarrett, with the stipulation that whichever man got the pin would take the championship. Arquette pinned Bischoff again in the match's finish, receiving the WCW World Heavyweight Championship in the process. During his time as champion, Arquette was used as comic relief, he only appeared on two shows as the May 1 Nitro and May 7 Slamboree pay-per-view. During the former, a vignette was shown, filmed on the set of Arquette's film 3000 Miles to Graceland, which featured his wife Courteney Cox and their co-star Kurt Russell. In the vignette, Cox informs Russell that Arquette is the WCW World Heavyweight Champion, causing Russell to laugh and walk off and Arquette to chase after him with a steel chair.
In another portion of the show, Arquette was seen backstage trembling in fear and attempting to "give back" the championship belt. However, he did defend the title against Tank Abbott with help from Page. Arquette held the title for 12 days until the Slamboree pay-per-view on May 7, 2000, when he was booked to defend the championship against Jarrett and Page in a Triple Cage match, the same match featured in the climax of Ready to Rumble. In the end, he gave the victory to Jarrett. After Slamboree, Arquette cut a promo on the May 8 episode of Nitro, explaining that his entire friendship with Page and title run was a "swerve". Page subsequently hit him with a Diamond Cutter. Arquette made one final appearance with WCW at the New Blood Rising pay-per-view on August 13, when he interfered in a match between Buff Bagwell and Kanyon. Arquette was against becoming the WC
Esha Deol is an Indian film actress and model who predominantly appears in Hindi films. The daughter of actor-politicians Dharmendra and Hema Malini, Deol made her debut in Koi Mere Dil Se Poochhe, which earned her awards and nominations including the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut. Esha Deol was born in Bombay on 2 November 1981, she is the elder daughter of Bollywood actors Hema Malini. She has a younger sister named Ahana, she is first cousin of actor Abhay Deol. She is Tamil on her mother's side, she speaks Tamil with her sister. During her school days, she played as a midfielder, she was the captain of her school football team, represented her college in handball at the state level and was selected for the Indian national women's football team. She started her acting career in a lead role with Vinay Shukla's Koi Mere Dil Se Poochhe opposite Aftab Shivdasani, with Sanjay Kapoor, Jaya Bachchan and Anupam Kher playing supporting roles; this movie was a box office failure. Deol received mixed reactions from critics upon her performance.
Savera R Someshwar of Rediff wrote "Esha, as a person, exudes a confidence that borders on arrogance." Rakesh Budhu of Planet Bollywood wrote "She isn’t horrible, but given the hype, the demands and of course, she isn’t up to the mark. … Of course, she is nowhere close to being a washout and if you are her fan you can appreciate the other aspects of her performances without losing faith in her future projects." Despite mixed reactions and box office failure, Deol won numerous awards for her performance including the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut at the 48th Filmfare Awards. Deol's second film was Arjun Sablok's love triangle Na Tum Jaano Na Hum opposite Saif Ali Khan and Hrithik Roshan. Taran Adarsh of IndiaFm praised her acting and wrote "it is Esha Deol who surprises you with a mature performance. Although her looks are inconsistent, the youngster takes on the role with utmost sincerity and comes out with a natural performance, she has been better presented when compared to her debut film."
Bhavna Giani of Rediff praised Deol's acting and dancing and compared it to Deol's mother Hema Malini. Deol's third and final release of the year was Sanjay Chhel's Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa opposite Tusshar Kapoor, it was Deol's third consecutive flop but she earned critical acclaim and Taran Adarsh observed that it was her better performance as compared to her previous two films. Deol's first two movies of 2003: Kucch To Hai and Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne were box office failures. For Kucch To Hai, Deol earned mixed reviews from Taran Adarsh, who wrote "Esha Deol shows improvement in terms of performance as well as her overall appearance." Taran Adarsh considered Deol to be "alright" in Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne. Deol was one of the heroines of J. P. Dutta's multi was paired with Abhishek Bachchan. Though Deol and all the other heroines could not get much scope, she earned critical acclaim for her performance; the film became the sixth highest-grossing movie of the year. In 2004, Deol made her debut in Tamil cinema by playing a French teacher in Mani Ratnam's political film Aaytha Ezhuthu opposite Suriya.
She earned critical acclaim for her performance. Sify.com defined her as "surprisingly fresh and sparkling". To prepare for her role, Deol learned nuances of the language with Mani Ratnam's assistant R. Kannan. After completing Aaytha Ezhuthu, Deol started filming the Hindi version of the movie titled Yuva. In Yuva, Deol was paired opposite Ajay Devgn. Both movies could not attain success. Yuva flopped at the box office. Deol got her breakthrough with Yash Raj Films' action film Dhoom opposite Abhishek Bachchan, John Abraham, Uday Chopra and Rimi Sen, it was Deol's first action role and she was paired opposite Chopra. The film had a decent opening and became a hit at the box office, becoming the fourth-highest-grossing movie at the box office. Deol did not get much scope in the film but her performance earned her a nomination for the IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actress at the 6th IIFA Awards. After the success of Dhoom, Deol starred in Krishna Vamsi's war film Insan opposite Akshay Kumar, it was Deol's first release of 2005.
The film was a failure at the box office. Her next release was Main Aisa Hi Hoon opposite Ajay Devgn; the film was a remake of the Hollywood movie I Am Sam. Deol played a supporting role and earned praise by Patcy N. Subhash K. Jha of IANS praised Deol, writing: "Esha Deol as the fey unstable nomadic and maladjusted Maya is a mix of Zeenat Aman in Hare Rama Hare Krishna and Anooradha Patel in Ijaazat. Playing this zonked-out character Esha Deol comes into her own as an actress, her far-way looks of pain anger neglect and insecurity remain with you long after the film. Yup she too has matured along with Hindi cinema." In 2007, Deol's portrayal of a notorious and vengeful ghost for Ram Gopal Verma's Darling was reviewed positively. Her next release was Cash again opposite Ajay Devgn. In 2008, she performed her first item number in Ajay Devgn's film Sunday, she further took a sabbatical break from films for two years. Deol's next film was Tell Me O Kkhuda produced by her mother Hema Malini, she portrayed the lead role in the film opposite Arjan Bajwa, Vinod Khanna, Rishi Kapoor and her father Dharmendra.
Esha Deol got engaged to her boyfriend Bharat Takhtani, a businessman in February 2012 and married him in June 2012. In April 2017, it was announced, she gave birth to a girl i
Burst mode called continuous shooting mode, sports mode or continuous high speed mode, is a shooting mode in still cameras. In burst mode, several photographs are captured in quick succession by either pressing the shutter button or holding it down; this is used when the subject is in successive motion, such as sports photography. The photographer can select the best image of the group or arrange them in a sequence to study the transitions in detail; the speed at which successive photographs can be captured depends on several factors, but on the processing power of the camera. Disabling certain features such as post processing which the camera applies automatically after capturing each image will allow a faster rate of capture. While some cheaper point and shoot cameras may have a multi-image burst function which allows them to capture a number of frames within a second with a single shutter button press, most film and digital SLR cameras will continue to actuate the shutter for as long as the button is held down, until the memory card fills or the battery runs out, although the rate of capture may slow when the camera's data buffer becomes full.
Frames per second tells the rate. Burst rate tells. Cameras capable of high continuous shooting rates are much desired when the subjects are in motion, as in sports photography, or where the opportunities are brief. Rather than anticipate the action photographers can start shooting from right before they believe the action will occur, giving a high chance of at least one frame being acceptable. Most modern digital SLR cameras have continuous shooting rates of between 3 and 8 frames per second, although high end cameras such as the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II are capable of 14 frames per second with full autofocus, or 16 frames per second when in mirror lock-up mode; the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2 is capable of recording 40 still images per second in burst mode, at a reduced resolution. In March 2014, Nikon claims its Nikon 1 V3 mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera has the world's fastest burst mode of 20fps Auto Focus tracking and 60fps at the first shot autofocus, both in 18.4MP full resolution. The claim is among digital cameras with interchangeable lenses.
Most high-end camera phones and some mid-range phones, a few low end ones, provide burst shooting. For example, the Samsung Galaxy SIII Mini can capture 20 photos continuously at 3.3 fps by tapping and holding the shutter button. Other examples include: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 at 4-5 fps, Apple iPhone 5S at 10 fps, or up to 30 fps with special software, the ASUS Padfone Mini at 16fps