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Thank you for your great support!!!! More Alpha users out there…..

Hi Everyone,

A year ago at the turn of 2012, Alphastrobist had around 39,000 page views.  In 2012 at the turn of 2013, here is some great numbers to share on how much the community activity has grown :

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“…19,000 people fit into the new Barclays Center to see Jay-Z perform. This blog was viewed about 75,000 times in 2012. If it were a concert at the Barclays Center, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it….”

With 75,000 views in 2012 means that we have doubled our viewer-ship in 2012. Thanks to all your support and keen interest in sharing your queries on-line and build up a good database of solutions, work-around and tips.  Our goal is to document as much user experiences – good OR bad – and hope that these useful learnings can be leveraged for al fellow alpha users and benefit the whole photography community.

We at Alphastrobist, hope that the community can grow and provide a great learning platform for all Alpha Users – and the NEX users alike.  For those of you who are keen in sharing your Alpha or NEX experiences around the usage of the flash/strobe system, you are welcome to send in your article or write-up and we can create a apges or pages for your article to be included in the Alphastrobist library of information.

Thank you and have a great 2013 ahead!!!



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