Daily Quiz 7

Round 1 – Photography

  1. ISO, APEX, ASA, DIN, ad GOST are all international standards of this important photographic film setting.
  2. What does the term DSLR stand for?
  3. This simple, ancient photographic technique is used to view an eclipse without damaging your eyes.
  4. This legendary film company’s name was developed because the founder George Eastman, believed it would be simple for customers to pronounce and remember.
  5. What does the “F” stand for in the photographic term “f-stop”?

Round 2 – Actors

  1. He earned a 1992 Best Actor nomination for his portrayal of Charlie Chaplin long before donning the iron suit.
  2. This charismatic actor was nominated for an Academy Award for his portrayal of painter Vincent van Gogh in the film “At Eternity’s Gate”.
  3. As a teenager, this actor stared in the television hits ER, Summerland, and Firefly, and more recently was praised for his portrayal of serial killer Ted Bundy.
  4. This actor was cast as Aragorn only two days before the filming of Lord of the Rings began.
  5. This actor plays a retired spy that ominously informs a kidnapper that he possess “…a very particular set of skills…”.

Round 3 – Music

  1. This 1972 album was about an alien rock star and featured the gritty end track “Suffragette City”.
  2. Featuring a 4×4 photo of a solider in Vietnam, this album’s biggest hit “How Soon Is Now?” was not included in the original release.
  3. This Supremes song was the final Billboard #1 song of the 1960s, made famous for the impromptu background harmonizing by the producer during recording.
  4. This seminal 1997 album gets it title from the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, and features the the haunting single “Karma Police”.
  5. This Swedish band earned 9 platinum albums with their mega hit “The Sign”, and the album release “Happy Nation” was the best selling of 1994

Round 4 – Animals

  1. This oldest living animal is happy spending his 183rd year on the island of St. Helena the cost of West Africa.
  2. Dating back to 3600BC these huge stone structures on located on the island of Malta are the oldest known buildings and are made out of coralline limestone.
  3. This type of tree, nicknamed Methuselah, is found in California’s White Mountains, and is over 4,700 years old.
  4. This oldest continuously inhabited city in the world is located in Syria and has been a cultural centre for over 11,000 years.
  5. Launched in 1797, this oldest continuously commissioned, sea-worthy ship is harboured in Boston, MA and has had 79 commanders.

Round 5 – Berlin

  1. What is the name of Berlin’s newly opened, but long-delay international airport?
  2. There are over 1,600 places that sell this tasty, handheld food of bread, veggies, and hot freshly shaved rotisserie cooked meat.
  3. What American President declared “Ich bin ein Berliner” in a 1963 speech in front of the Berlin Wall.
  4. This river passes under the formerly named Marx-Engels-Brücke at Museum Insel and is the backdrop to the sprawling East Side Gallery.
  5. The city crest included this animal that has been extinct from Germany since the last one was shot in 1835.



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