INSERT INTO sites(host) VALUES('') 2002: Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (2) 网站价值¥395,260(不含域名),MYIP.CN网站综合数据统计 - 域名,Alexa,PR,反向链接,关键字
  测网速 网站优化诊断 广告招商QQ3066631932 CodeForge最好的源码站!   手机测速 测速APP



sponsored links:
sponsored links:


网站估价:  (注:不包含域名价值,不代表公司价值)


Google Page Rank:
真假PR鉴别:   (提示:若此处显示网站与查询网站不同,则疑为劫持PR)
Sogou Rank:






Name Server:
Whois Server:

Alexa 排名走势数据

流量统计: 当日 一周平均 三个月平均




Alexa 排名走势图

Alexa Reach走势图

域名 Whois 记录

Who is at

Welcome to the Network Solutions(R) Registrar WHOIS Server.

The IP address from which you have visited the Network Solutions Registrar WHOIS

database is contained within a list of IP addresses that may have failed

to abide by Network Solutions' WHOIS policy. Failure to abide by this policy can

adversely impact our systems and servers, preventing the processing of

other WHOIS requests.

To see the Network Solutions WHOIS Policy, click on or copy and paste the following

URL into your browser:

If you feel that you have received this message in error, please email us using the online

form at with the following information:

Whois Query:

YOUR IP address is

Date and Time of Query: Fri Apr 08 05:53:48 EDT 2011

Reason Code: IE


sponsored links:


国内Ping速度测试      国内TraceRoute路由测试
美国Ping速度测试      美国TraceRoute路由测试

网站关键字指数 (越高越热门)

域名 bythom 其他后缀注册情况   查看更多

后缀 注册时间 到期时间 是否注册


46,382Thom Hogan's Nikon Field Guide and Nikon Flash Guide
846,998Nikon d5000, Nikon d90, Nikon d300, Nikon d700, Nikon p90, Nikon d3000
771,498Nikon Forum, Nikon Foto Galerie. Der Treffpunkt für alle Nikon Fotogr
1,873,263Nikon Battery | Nikon Coolpix Camera Batteries | Nikon Battery Charger
117,408Forum photo numérique et argentique Nikon Passion - Communauté franc
823,621Nikon DSLR and Lens Reviews and Articles - Nikon HQ
198,796The Nikon Mall - Official Nikon Store
0NIKON D90 Recenze, fotky, videa, informace, test, novinky, fórum, DSL
0High quality charger for PANASONIC DMC-FS7, DMC-FS15, DMC-TZ4, DMC-FX1
285,167ALDUS | Фотокамеры Canon, Nikon. Объективы Canon, N
5,241,034NihaoGuide:China Guide,Beijing Guide,Xian Guide,Shanghai Guide.
5,136,182Nikon D50, D70, D70S, D80, D100, D200, S550, Coolpix 5200 Charger, Nik
842,751Field Guide Training | Africa wildlife courses | Ecotourism | Safari g
423,152Digital Camera Accessory - Camcorder, Pentax, Fuji, Minolta, Nikon, Ol
235,848Microglobe Digital slr Cameras Nikon VR Lenses IS Binoculars canon Fla
224,392PixSylated - Digital Photography, Color Management, Off-Camera Flash,
261,362Brewster's Field Guide to Web 2.666 -
706,075Web Developer's Field Guide - Your Ultimate Resource
0Nikon 5000 - Best Price Nikon 5000
0WoW Guides - WoW Leveling Guide,WoW Gold Guide,WoW Mining Guide
0Expo Guide and Tradeshow Guide - Official Confernce Guide
281,300Guide Auto Web - Site officiel du Guide de l'auto - Automobile, guide
395,077Field Guide to Programmers - Programming, Web Design, E-Commerce, and
1,263,531Elite WoW Leveling Guide | 1-70 World of Warcraft Leveling Guide | Hor
0Cash Ant | Paid Emails Paid Surveys eBay Guide Amazon Guide ClickBank
707,742Automotive Design & Production - Field Guide to the Automotive Revolut


Title:Thom Hogan's Nikon Field Guide and Nikon Flash Guide
Description:Photographer and writer Thom Hogan's Web site, with extensive information on Nikon equipment and support for all of Thom's books.
Keywords:Nikon, Nikkor, Fujifilm, Fuji, flash, lenses, photography, digital, imaging, review, book, camera, Coolpix, Speedlight, Thom Hogan
Thom Hogan's Nikon Field Guide and Nikon Flash Guide
Support this site: start your online shopping by clicking on the logo to the right for either of my recommended vendors. See the Recommended Products page for more details on supporting this site and why these vendors are recommended.
Welcome to the site of writer and photographer Thom
Here you'll find extensive information about Nikon photographic equipment
and support for all of Thom's Nikon-related books. Click on the Nikon
tab at the top of the screen to see an expanded table of contents
for the Nikon section.
Major announcements on Twitter @bythom.
To create an RSS feed for when this page is updated use page2rss.
Last update: 4/5/2011
A fuller list of articles on this site can be found by clicking on the Nikon tab at the top of the page.
(also see Reviews, below)
Ricoh GXR Review
GF1, EPL1, NX100, NEX5
G12, P7000, versus LX-5
The Camera Redefined
Current Nikon DSLRs
Lens Reviews/Articles
m4/3 Lenses
Sigma 30mm f/1.4
Nikon 35mm f/2D
Nikkor 35mm f/1.8DX
Nikkor 200-400mm
Nikkor 80-200mm
Nikkor 70-200mm II
Nikkor 85mm f/1.4D
Nikkor 50mm f/1.4G
Sigma 50mm f/1.4
Sigma 55-200mm
Tamron 55-200mm
Nikkor 16-85mm DX
Nikkor 18-105mm DX
Rational Lens Choices
Nikon Lens Naming
Focus Subtleties
Should Do But Don't
QAD Macro
All About VR
What Matters Most?
Getting DNGed
Hyperfocal Hype
Blame the Equipment
In Thom's Bag
Weighty Advice
Shoot Less
Quick and Dirty Color
Sensor Cleaning
How Big Can You Print?
Film to Digital Transition
How to Get Better
General Articles
Top 10 of the Decade
2011 Predictions
The Big Trip
26 Concise Reviews
Tip of the Iceberg
State of the Camera
Software Week
Lens Week
Workflow Week
You Week
Site Visitor Comments
Earthquake Thoughts
User Feature Requests
User Weather Experiences
User Repair Experiences
User Desert Island Lenses
Workshop Blogs
South Africa One
South Africa Two
Botswana One
Botswana Two
Digital SLR
Nikon D40 amp; D40x
Nikon D50
Nikon D60
Nikon D70 amp; D70s
Nikon D80
Nikon D90
Nikon D100
Nikon D200
Nikon D300
Nikon D700
Nikon D3000
Nikon D3100
Nikon D5000
Nikon D7000
Nikon D1, D1h, amp; D1x
Nikon D2h
Nikon D2x amp; D2xs
Nikon D3
Nikon D3s
Nikon D3x
Other Maker Digital
Kodak Pro 14n
Fujifilm S2 Pro
Fujifilm S3 Pro
Fujifilm S5 Pro
Olympus E-P1
Panasonic GF1
Canon S90
Nikon Film SLR
Nikon N65
Nikon N75
Nikon N80
Nikon N90s
Nikon F100
Nikon F5
Nikon F6
Waiting for Nikon List
The following items are ones that serious Nikon shooters have been patiently waiting for (a basic month count from when it went on my list is in parenthesis after each item).
Exotic Lens Inventory (28)
Capture NX3 (13)
Any APS Coolpix (35)
Small High Res FX body (28)
D5100 (3)
17-35mm f/2.8 redesign (29)
28mm f/2G AF-S (or faster) (32)
80-400mm f/4-5.6G AF-S VR (33)
300mm f/4G AF-S VR (35)
400mm f/5.6G AF-S VR (35)
Any DX wide angle prime (41)
35-135mm f/2.8G AF-S DX VR (35)
200mm Micro-Nikkor AF-S VR (41)
Complete cycle of f/4 zooms (13)
Post AI-S extension tubes (145+)
It seems only fair to apply the same standards to myself, so:
Revised Flash Guide (48)
Web site redesign (35)
33 Lens Reviews (26)
One Body Review (15)
General Photo Book (11)
Balance. Olympus EP-2, processed with Silver Efex Pro. Anyone who's heard me speak knows that I disdain the Rule of Thirds. It's a very poor stand-in for a concept artists call Balance. That's not to say that there aren't times when something important ends up on a one-third line, only that to use Rule of Thirds as the sole guiding concept to composition is unnecessarily stifling. In the 16:9 world we've entered Rule of Thirds also tends to put too much quot;unused quot; space at the horizontal edges while cramping the vertical space. In the image here, put your finger over the pot for a moment. Note how you eye now stays to the right of the image--it has difficulty spending any time in the left half of the frame. But with the pot there, our eye is traveling back and forth on a diagonal across most of the frame. That's one aspect of balance in action. Small items can quot;balance quot; bigger items if positioned correctly.
Links amp; Comments
News and commentary of interest to Nikon and Nikon F-mount users
Nikon Introduces the D5100, Microphone
Apr 4 (news and commentary)--Nikon today announced the replacement for the D5000 as expected, the D5100. It's 100 better than the old camera, guaranteed. The new camera uses the same sensor as the D7000 with the fundamental body and stylings of the the D5000.
The swivel LCD now swivels from the side instead of the bottom, the battery is now the EN-EL14, there's a quiet shutter mode, plus in-camera HDR and night shot video abilities have been added. Another nice thing is that we get a 920k dot LCD, not the older 233k dot one. Video is now 30/25/24 fps at both 1080P and 720P. The new body is also slightly more compact than the D5000. But still, the basic DNA is recognizably the D5000, as the new camera has the D5000 autofocus and metering systems and basic feature set, for example.
Nikon has approached HDR right, I think. I've never understood this quot;you need lots of overlapping images to do HDR quot; thing that is being promoted by what now seems like everyone under the sun. What happens is you end up with a lot of the same data that has to then be curved against each other. The D5100 does two-shot HDR (up to three stops apart), which is exactly what I do in the field. Shoot for the highlights, shoot for the shadows, you've got enough overlapping data in the middle. If you need more than three stops on top of the eight or nine real stops the camera can give you, you've got a different problem: you're so outside the DR that can be put on paper or on a screen that you've just made your curving of the data a really big pain to get right. Two exposures should be all you need to establish the toe and the shoulder data, and give you enough overlap in the middle ramp to use for your mid-tone blending. But I'm sure we're going to see a chorus of complainers asking why they can't have three, five, and seven stop sequences as much as two stops apart. Don't listen to those people. I think they all own stock in companies that make storage cards and hard drives.
Changing the swivel point of the screen has Nikon making a slightly wrong decision, in my view. Instead of doing what at least one other maker has done and put a tightly notched swivel so that you can keep buttons to the left of the screen, Nikon has instead moved or removed all of the left-of-screen buttons. As much as some people don't like the D7000's left-of-screen buttons, it does mean that with practice you can left-hand a button and right-hand a dial while still looking through the viewfinder. When you move too much to the right side of the camera, the user has to keep changing hand position, and that means you move the finger away from the shutter release too much and too easily. The Giugiaro design Nikon has been well known for is often bastardized on these lower end cameras when the engineers simply think that, because a camera like the D5100 doesn't have any quot;settings quot; buttons on the left, they can just move buttons whereever they fit. There's a reason why Giorgetto Giugiaro placed things as he did. And users of multiple Nikon bodies expect some continuity in control placement when they move between cameras. It's one of those subtle ways in which Nikon doesn't achieve Apple-ness in their designs. And once again we have Nikon fiddling with the Live View/Movie Record levers/buttons (now positioned on the top of the camera). True, the changes aren't a big thing on the D5100, as none of the buttons that were moved are involved in normal shooting, but moving between a D5100 and D7000 will now present cognitive dissonances to a shooter, which I think is a bad thing. The good news? The FN and flash buttons didn't move on the front of the camera.
Also introduced with the camera was the ME-1 microphone, which mounts into the hot shoe of a camera and plugs into the microphone-in jack of the camera. But I have to comment a bit harshly on this one. Just what the heck is Nikon doing with accessories? They not only seem to be afterthoughts, but when we do get an accessory it seems to be a quick and dirty project that doesn't represent Nikon's full technological engineering capabilities.
Really, Nikon? Almost three years of shipping cameras with movie capabilities and you just now get around to shipping a me-to microphone that takes up the hot shoe and adds another dangling cable to catch on things? We've been able to buy those things for many years now, so if that's what we really wanted we'd already have one ;~). Not that I really want to plug in a microphone to any current Nikon DSLR anyway. The D7000's built-in amplifier system is decidedly lower in quality than the video stream the camera can generate. Even feeding a D7000 a clean, well managed signal from an external mic and amplifier you don't get great sound. And, of by the way, in one-person videography, the camera operator needs a headphone monitoring system. Where's that?
Note the more integrated microphone solutions that Sony (NEX) and Olympus (E-PL1/2) have provided. No cables. Hey Nikon, you used to be the technology leader. Now you're OEMing kludgey accessories? Is that really the future we're headed towards? I expect more from Nikon's talented engineers. We didn't get it in the ME-1, and we got it several years late. That's simply not good enough. Not for a company that considers itself a technology leader.
Where Did Risk Week Go?
Apr 5 (apology)--Two more quot;risk quot; articles sit unedited on my computer. I was sure I'd get them completed, but all sorts of strange things have conspired against that for the time being.
It seems I'm in a strange time warp. I ended last week at my Alma mater meeting giving a keynote speech to university students. In the process I got a little too inspired on some side projects (don't worry, those projects would eventually benefit this site's readers, too, perhaps in dramatic ways). Meanwhile, this last weekend was also the 30th anniversary of something significant that I did in the past: the Osborne 1. So I also ended up giving interviews and dealing with press that I wasn't expecting (I'd forgotten that it's been 30 years since the Osborne launch). See, for instance, this article.
This week I'm busy shooting, hopefully filling some holes for many projects, including some lens reviews, so it's not that I'm neglecting you, dear reader, it's that I just got in an unexpected time crunch. The rest of Risk Week should pop up next week some time and we'll get back on a more regular schedule again.
Risk Week
Mar 28 (commentary)--I've just posted the first of several articles on minimizing risk in your imaging pursuits. Originally I had intended this series to begin two weeks ago, but the Japanese earthquake and tsunami made me decide to postpone the series. I didn't want to look as if I were insensitive to the greater suffering those events caused.
Still, it's a timely topic. We all encounter and have to deal with risks, and rather than wait until catastrophe strikes you, it's better to have a plan up front and act on it before disaster strikes. Today's article--which I had written prior to the Japanese earthquake--is about the risk of losing images. I'm sure that there are some Japanese who lost their precious images. Indeed, NHK TV had a featurette this past week on just that subject. Apparently the Self-Defense Force is collecting any photograph they find in the rubble while looking for victims and saving it. And people are indeed finding their lost photos in the SDF's collections. But those are printed images. What happened to the ones on their computers?
Today I'll address how to make sure the digital bits of your images get preserved from the moment you capture them to after a big disaster. I'll address other elements of quot;risk quot; in photography later in the week.
Mar 28 (news)--Aperture and Nikon View both got minor bug fix updates last week.
Flash Wish List
Mar 25 (commentary)--I've just posted another wish list using B amp;H's sytem. Because of the tight limits for notes in their system, I thought I'd better explain this one a bit more.
First, this is an incomplete list. Obviously missing are flash units ;~). Please note the name: Flash Accessories. This list is merely some flash accessories I've used that I find useful. Let me explain the basics:
Pocket Wizards. The new PW system is a very welcome update. Basically it's a radio version of Nikon's wireless TTL system (Nikon's own system uses infrared light detection). Yes, I've tried Radiopoppers, and they work, but they're a little bit of a kludge. The new PWs are nicely designed, small, and work pretty much as advertised. They have some other benefits you'll discover, too. Those inexpensive Speedlight clones? Yep, some of them work fine with the PW, even though the flash itself doesn't have the wireless goodies built in. Overall, a nice update, and I'll have more to say about it later.
Softboxes. Bouncing wastes power and doesn't achieve the same thing as softening direct light. You need some sort of softbox in your Speedlight kit. Both these work decently.
Other modifiers. Flash isn't just about adding light, it's about controlling the light. That means not just intensity, but also direction and properties. The Pocket Wizards help you move the direction, the modifiers I list help you control the properties. Every shooter should have a set of color filters in their kit, and the Strobist kit is a nice starter kit and inexpensive. The Flashbenders and Honl modifiers allow you to play with the shaping and sculpting the light. It helps to have a handful of these in your lighting kit. All the modifiers I list are small and portable; they'll fit in your bag even when you don't have much space left.
Better Beamer. I'm not a huge fan of the beamer, but if you're trying to put rim light into a distant animal's eyes, there aren't any better choices. Note that the Beamer is Speedlight specific; I point to the SB-900 version.
My full Speedlight kit takes up two Pelican cases and an additional soft case for the Lightware FourSquare kit that allows me to put four Speedlights together and outshoot the sun. So what would be a quot;full quot; portable Speedlight kit be like? Something like this:
Four matching Speedlights. These days, that would be SB-700, SB-800, or SB-900s. That gives you one for key light, one for fill light, one for background light, and one for back light. For close in work and single human subjects that's usually enough. For distant work or large subjects you might need more flashes ;~). Also, you can group the four flashes into the FourSquare and make one very powerful flash. While technically you don't need matching flash units, they work better with that FourSquare.
Pocket Wizard set. That would be one MiniTT1 for control, and four FlexTT5's for remote flash, plus an AC3 controller if you want to use groups.
A full set of modifiers. You need to be able to soften, reflect, bounce, color, flag, and grid your lights. You often need multiples of the modifiers because you want to do the same thing to multiple lights. I have most of a Pelican case full of modifiers. Some flash gurus have multiple cases of modifiers.
Holders. You're going to want to position your flash units where you want to. That's often a challenge. I've got a full set of Nastyclamps and another handful of Manfrotto's clamps. Plus light stands and the things necessary to connect my flash to them (stands allow you to use big modifiers, like the FourSquare or a large softbox).
Rechargeable batteries and quick chargers. Let's see, my usual setup takes 20+ AA batteries, and I've got some other goodies that use batteries, too. Note also that the MiniTT1 takes yet another kind of battery. Have backups. Have a way to get recharged quickly.
Background. If you're doing portraits it helps to have a background stand and a reversible backdrop cloth (you never know when someone will show up with something on that'll disappear against your selected background ;~).
Hair and makeup specialists optional, underpaid assistant to carry everything and set it up not optional ;~).
Lightroom Trick II
Mar 25 (tip)--I mentioned quot;sharing quot; a catalog between two computers a little over a week ago. Some Windows users haven't been able to get this to work for them. When you map network drives, Lightroom won't use the catalog. Typical Adobe problem. That doesn't stop us old-school DOS geeks. Instead, you have to use the old MSDOS SUBST command in a command line. Lightroom doesn't see that as a mapped drive, even though we're doing the same thing ;~). For example, if you have your data on network drive X: and your catalog on drive Y:, create a Batch script to reassign those locations (text file with a .BAT file extension). In my example, I'll reassign them to M: and N: (obviously, substitute the right drives for your system). Call the text file you create to do this LRMAP.BAT:
REM gt; gt; run on startup to assign data drives for LR
That's it. Just add LRMAP.BAT to your startup items. You now can access the data on drive M: and the catalog on drive N: from within Lightroom on both computers. Just don't try to do this simultaneously ;~). (Tested on XP, but not Vista or 7.)
Nikon's Second Quake Update
Mar 22 (news)--Nikon this morning released a second press release regarding the status of employees and plants after the earthquake. One Sendai employee has now been confirmed dead, and three employees are unaccounted for. My sincerest condolences to the Nikon staff on this sad news.
The Sendai plant (which makes FX bodies) is considered quot;severely damaged quot; and not scheduled to re-open until the end of March. The other affected plants, including the lens plant, should all be in operation by tomorrow. However, due to the many unresolved issues (power, supply chain, etc.), Nikon is unable to say when full production will resume; there may shortages of some products due to this.
One thing I should mention: Nikon has been amongst the most financially transparent of the Japanese companies. They share unit volume sales numbers that other camera companies don't, they are quick to issue statements on anything that might impact company business, they do not appear to try to hide anything about the business fundamentals. So when they issue a press release like this, I take it at straight face value: they are scrambling to restore production as fast as they can, but they do not yet know how much production that will be.
Just a Reminder
The short articles on the front page of this site change quite often, sometimes multiple times a day. So if you're not checking the site often, be sure to check out the Archived 2010 link, below, as there may be a handful of items you missed.
Archived Front Page News and Articles
Archived 2011 byThom comments and news
Archived 2010 byThom comments and news
Archived 2009 byThom comments and news
Archived 2008 byThom comments and news
2007 byThom comments and news
Archived pre-2007 byThom comments and news
Nikon announcements summary 2001-2010
by Thom Hogan
byThom Press offers the most complete and detailed books for virtually every film SLR and digital SLR Nikon has produced.
Digital SLR Complete Guide eBooks
Nikon D40 and D40x, 2nd Ed
Nikon D50
Nikon D60
Nikon D70/D70s, 2nd Ed
Nikon D1 Series, 3rd Ed
Nikon D100, 3rd Ed
Nikon D200
Nikon D2h/D2hs, 2nd Ed
Nikon D2x/D2xs, 2nd Ed
Fujifilm S2 Pro
Fujifilm S5 Pro
To order updates, click here.
Digital SLR Complete Guide eBooks + To Go Guide + Printed Option
Nikon D7000 Shipping
Nikon D5000
Nikon D80
Nikon D90
Nikon D300 amp; D300s, 3rd Ed
Nikon D700, 2nd Ed
Nikon D3, D3s, D3x, 2nd Ed
35mm Film SLR eBooks
Nikon N65
Nikon N75
Nikon N80
Nikon F100
Nikon F5
Nikon F6
Other Books
Nikon Field Guide out of print
Nikon Flash Guide out of print
Note: Orders received by the end of business each Tuesday are usually shipped on Wednesday and email confirmations are sent to that effect as they're shipped.
Errata pages for books are at where XX is
the camera model (e.g., D100, D1, S2, etc.)
Other Photography Books
I Recommend
Thom's Lists
The following are lists I've compiled using B amp;H's Wish List facility for products I recommend:
recommended D7000 accessories
starter DX lens list
low light DX lens list
top m4/3 lenses
flash accessories
I'll be adding more recommended products lists as I get time. There are two attributes in each of these lists: (1) these are products that I've used and recommend; and (2) these products share some relationship, usually quot;best of the bunch. quot; Obviously, I could make huge long lists of everything that fits a particular category, but I'm trying to keep these lists short and to the point. You'll find these things in my gear kit, and for good reason.
Also be sure to read my short notes in the wishlist itself. While B amp;H's database is quite limited in terms of the size of the note I can add, I've tried to put a useful note with every entry.
Caring and Sharing
Two Percent to Charity. This site contributes a minimum of 2% of its annual sales to non-profit organizations. Primary recipients for each year I've been doing this:
2004 recipient--Galen Rowell National Trails Trust Fund at American Hiking Society. This fund continues to provide small yearly grants to trail associations.
2005 recipients--Bird Migration and Wolf Tracking programs at Denali Institute. Big City Mountaineers.
2006 recipient--NANPA Foundation (scholarships for future nature photographers).
2007 recipients--Big City Mountaineers. Masai Mara carnivore monitoring station (Michigan State Univ Dept of Zoology).
2008 recipients--Masai Mara carnivore monitoring station.
2009 recipient--Donald E. Agostino Scholarship at Indiana University School of Telecommunications.
2010 recipient--Young Playwright's Lab. School children write plays that are then produced and staged professionally.
2011 recipients--Japanese Red Cross and Young Playwright's Lab.
We try to reduce our energy and consumable usage. We use local production for both printing and disc creation, use virtual proofing instead of hard proofs, and recycle all packaging materials. We use on-demand techniques for most products to keep from creating unwanted inventory. We continue to look at how best to mitigate the remainder of our carbon footprint.
Founding Member: NANPA
Lifetime Member: AHS
Member: PMA
Member: EP
Member: NPS | Nikon | Gadgets | Writing | imho | Travel | Privacy statement
| contact Thom at
All material on is Copyright 2011 Thom Hogan.
All rights reserved.
Unauthorized use of writing or photos published on this site is illegal,
not to mention a bit of an ethical lapse. Please respect my rights.




桌面软件: MyIP网站信息状态条  WebShot网页快照  SiteMapMaker网站地图生成 
网站信息: Alexa排名查询  PageRank查询/真假PR鉴别/PR劫持检测  外链检查  搜索引擎收录  搜索引擎反向链接  域名注册查询 
网页编辑: 颜色代码选择器  Html特殊符号 
网站调试: 蜘蛛抓取模拟  网站Header信息  网页源代码查看 
代码转换: 火星文查询  繁体/简体转换  Html/js代码转换  Html/UBB代码转换 
友情连接: CodeForge免费源码 PCFans IT资讯 Ngnix Lighttpd GPhone中国    更多... (PR<5自动转内页)
网站地图: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 250 300 350 400 450 500
免责声明 | 联系我们 | 交换友情链接 | 广告位招商QQ: 1967659002
© 2009 Dev by MYIP Elapsed:50.380ms 黑ICP备09072263号