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UAV Mapping and Photogrammetry
2015.06.08 01:47 doktorinjh UAV Mapping and Photogrammetry
A subreddit for sharing information about the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for mapping, modeling, and photogrammetry purposes. Share your mapping rig, ask for help with data processing, gets tips on flights, and anything else you want to know.
2023.06.05 13:21 Physics-Mountain Do you think it's better to avoid looking at yourself or to look at yourself often?
I avoid it as much as possible. I've gained 60 lbs over the last few years because of an injury and chronic pain that I'll have for the rest of my life. My partner still acts like I'm the hottest woman he's ever seen (give that man an Oscar and make him a saint). I've had BDD to varying degrees for as long as I can remember.
I try not to avoid being photographed because I feel like it draws more attention when I don't take pics with friends/my bf but I never look at them. It's just too much of a shock to me to see myself at 180-190 lbs vs the 120-130 I've been most of my adulthood. It doesn't help that I had a large bust to begin with, and now they've grown more so I look absolutely ridiculous.
I also have found myself disabling my security cameras outside my house right before I get within range of them so I don't catch a glimpse of myself.
I'm starting to think that avoiding looking at myself is causing more problems than not. However I also worry that don't the opposite will cause me to become more obsessive.
At the moment I feel like my BDD is under control because I just avoid looking at myself. But then when I do catch a glimpse on a tagged photo or security camera, I start to spiral. And I can't avoid that forever.
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2023.06.05 13:20 bimyself17 Camera app not working
I have a P20 Pro, recently my phones camera app stopped working, I try opening it and it briefly shows a blackscreen like its loading but then turns off, doesn't even give me an error pop up, nothing. Tried turning it off and on, cleared apps data (as last resort), there was no cache I could delete. Also I would like to mention that the camera works on other apps like Snapchat, Instagram, even the "mirror" app works, its just the camera app who is throwing a tantrum. What can I do a about this?
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2023.06.05 13:14 Fortis-Tigris External NFC reader for Amiibo?
2023.06.05 13:10 JuGot99P For those who wonder if controller quality has improved
2023.06.05 13:05 thehandsomeraider Looking for Results from People Who Have Repasted their Legion 5 Pro
It's been almost 1.5 years since I got me Legion 5 pro (rtx 3070). Cleaned it a few times as it can get dusty here. First, cleaning would do the trick in maintaining temps, but now, with all the checks (cooler, cleaning), temps hover over 95 degrees for CPU and 86 for GPU (which is the limit set by nvidia cards). Running fans at full speed (Legion Fan Control) can reduce those temps 3-4 degrees but that sound is too damn loud.
So now, exploring options for a repaste. Previously, I had an HP Omen to which i used thermal grizzly conductonaut, and it performed well until I sold that and got the legion. However, for legion, there are a lot of reports encouraging people to not to get a repaste. I am out of options (no warranty and no lenovo officially in my country). Just looking for more feedback from those who have actually done a repaste of their lenovo laptop (preferably, with liquid metal) and what results did they get?
Thanks in advance.
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2023.06.05 13:02 ljday123 Moving a character controller on a moving platform.
Currently in my project I have a moving platform that the player must stay on. The platform is a rigidbody and the player is a character controller. Currently when the player lands on the platform it just sits there in space while the platform moves out from under them. I have tried making the player a child of the platform when they collide, but the player still stays motionless.
Player movement script below.
- public float walkSpeed = 12.0f;
- public float runSpeed = 6.0f;
- public float mouseSensitivity = 3f;
- public float gravity = -9.81f;
- private float moveSpeed;
- private CharacterController controller;
- private Camera playerCamera;
- private float verticalRotation = 0f;
- private Vector3 velocity;
- void Start()
- controller = GetComponent();
- playerCamera = GetComponentInChildren();
- // Hide and lock the cursor to the center of the screen
- Cursor.lockState = CursorLockMode.Locked;
- Cursor.visible = false;
- moveSpeed = walkSpeed;
- void Update()
- void movement()
- if (Input.GetKey(KeyCode.LeftShift))
- moveSpeed = runSpeed;
- moveSpeed = walkSpeed;
- // Player Movement
- Vector3 moveDirection = transform.right * Input.GetAxis("Horizontal") + transform.forward * Input.GetAxis("Vertical");
- velocity = new Vector3(moveDirection.x * moveSpeed, gravity, moveDirection.z * moveSpeed);
- controller.Move(velocity * Time.deltaTime); ;
- void mouseLook()
- // Player Rotation
- float mouseX = Input.GetAxis("Mouse X") * mouseSensitivity;
- float mouseY = Input.GetAxis("Mouse Y") * mouseSensitivity;
- verticalRotation -= mouseY;
- verticalRotation = Mathf.Clamp(verticalRotation, -90f, 90f);
- playerCamera.transform.localRotation = Quaternion.Euler(verticalRotation, 0f, 0f);
- transform.Rotate(Vector3.up * mouseX);
- private void OnControllerColliderHit(ControllerColliderHit hit)
- transform.parent = hit.transform;
- Debug.Log("Collided With" + hit.gameObject.name);
Ama about the project.
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2023.06.05 13:01 N3RO- Is this "bananagate" or another issue with my camera? S23+
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2023.06.05 12:59 Mammoth-Ad-6962 Head of youth development
Why’s this guy not doing his job?
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2023.06.05 12:49 ShoboDragon Want to upgrade, need some advice
Hi there guys! Came here to ask some stuff my build (recommendations, opinions) and tell you about my (ongoing) journey with the air cooler Dan A4 H2O.
Case: Dan A4 H20
Motherboard: AsRock H670M-ITX/ax
CPU: Intel i5-13400F
CPU cooler: stock Intel box cooler
Ram: 2x16gb Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000MHz
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 1050 Ti LP (placeholder)
SSD: Samsung 980 Pro 1TB
PSU: be quiet! SFX L Power, 80+ Gold, 500W
Case Fans: 2x Arctic F12 PWM PST (set to exhaust)
On idle: CPU 40-50 °C , GPU 30 °C
Under load: CPU around 80, GPU 50°C top
The fans on the top really help with the airflow and get the temps down. The RM1 stock cooler does the job, but in my opinion gets pretty loud and obnoxious. The F12's are really quiet, and as the internet says, they're a great and cheap alternative to the Noctua fans.
Temps could be improved, but at the cost of noise. I'm using FanControl to set up the custom fan curves.
The Dan A4 H20 is an amazing case, it feels premium. Nice to build in and intuitive, would really recommend. Everything fits nicely, but the SFX-L PSU has its challenges regarding cable management.
Future plans (and where I'm now asking for your guidance):
I have some upgrades in mind: I've bought a Thermalright CPU Contact Frame from Ali Express, because I've heard it could bring better pressure distribution on the CPU, correct or prevent CPU bend, and, in some cases, improve temps.
Because I don't really like the noise and would seek lower temps overall, I'm thinking of grabbing the Alpenföhn Black Ridge. I'm considering either this or the Noctua NH-L9i-17xx. Both seem to perform roughly the same, but the Black Ridge is a bit cheaper. Which would ultimately be better?
As for the GPU, I've been thinking a lot about what to get, but I've mostly come to the conclusion that the RX 6700 XT is the best candidate. Specifically, the XFX RX 6700 XT SPEEDSTER SWFT 309. It has 12GB of Vram, is better than the RTX 3060 Ti, is sometimes compared to the RTX 3070, is power efficient enough to fit inside the current PSU (I know the recemented wattage is around 600W, but I think it should be fine, furthermore with a slight undervolt - please slap me if the assumption is wrong, do tell if I should get a better PSU). The price is also magnificent, Can't wait for the RX 7700 XT to come out so prices go down even more. Also about the RX 7700 XT - if the offer will be good enough so that it competes, might consider it over the RX 6700 XT.
If you have any suggestions about about anything that could be improved, anything I should not do or any overall tips. I'd also be more than happy to answer any other question about my build, to the best of my ability. Thank you for taking the time to read and think about anything that I've said here! Cheers!
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2023.06.05 12:41 anasuiluver YIPPY
2023.06.05 12:40 Modleh Shameless how google pixel 7 pro only have a good camera for photo and not video..
The video camera can only zoom 20x while photo can zoom 30x.. they never mentioned that.. and it's noticeably worse quality. Feeling scammed
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2023.06.05 12:32 abdallahemam4 Exciting Offer for MacOS Users! Try 3ixam and Earn a $5 Amazon e-card
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2023.06.05 12:25 Chicken_Tugger Why is Xiaomi so insecure?
Xiaomi tries to copy Apple in every way possible, copying isn't bad if you're making the feature better. But they often make it much worse both visually and functionally they feel the need to copy IOS's control center but lack the polish of IOS in any other aspect because it's full of bugs and glitches. It doesn't matter what Xiaomi phone you're using the software makes the hardware feel less premium because of this. It's like they have an inferiority complex when looking at Apple that they even tried to copy the dynamic island of the 14 pro into the Xiaomi 13 Lite for no reason and it makes the phone look worse
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2023.06.05 12:15 qUxUp (OC) Old-school text review of the NYXI Wizard controller for the Nintendo Switch OLED, accompanied with photos (imgur album). Based on 27 days of testing. More than 3220 words. I was bloody surprised by the A/B/X/Y buttons.
NYXI Wizard is unique due to it's Gamecube controller inspired design and A/B/X/Y button layout. It's ergonomic for medium or large hands. The D-pad could be improved upon. Currently there is no way to turn off the blinding indicator lights, hopefully it's something that will be fixed in a firmware update. The shape, combined with mechanical triggers, mappable back-paddles, turbo and gyro make the NYXI Wizard a versatile primary or secondary controller. Lastly, the NYXI Wizard's conductive adhesive switches used in the A/B/X/Y buttons are just smashing. They are responsive and pressing them feels perfectly weighty. Whether it's GRID, Crysis, Super Smash Bros or something else NYXI Wizard has got you covered (as long as it fits in your hands). Here are the photos that are part of the review (imgur link). Disclaimer:
This is my second Nintendo Switch related text review in our community. The previous review was received quite well and people asked if I could do a joy-con comparison and so I asked NYXI if they are interested in providing me with their NYXI Wizard controller with the purpose of writing an exclusive review intended for the /Nintendo
subreddits. They were. My condition was that the review would be a pure oldschool text review with eight photos taken by me. I get to keep the controller. I won't be receiving additional compensation in any form (no commission fees, affiliate marketing or ad-revenue etc). As my Nintendo Switch controller collection grows, I might write more reviews for our Switch-related subreddits. This review is based solely on my experiences with NYXI Wizard and 27 days of testing. About me.
Born in 80s. I've been playing videogames since the early 90s. A NES clone was my first console followed by GameBoy and a PC etc. I'm a freelance copywriter. Professionally I've been a part of the gaming tech field & tech journalism for about two decades (Europe/Estonia). It's a interesting field, but it can have an affect on how you view or enjoy videogames.
On PC my favorite videogames were Heroes of Might and Magic 3, Rainbow6: Siege & DayZ. On Nintendo Switch it's either Mario Kart 8 or Door Kickers: Action Squad. Now comes the "heartbreaking" story. I lost the ability to enjoy PC gaming about five years ago. A few years ago I wanted to buy a Christmas gift for my fiancee. She was getting burnt out at university. The users of /switch
were kind enough to answer all sorts of questions I had regarding the Switch console. So I bought her a Nintendo Switch OLED. She loved it (once she got used to the controls) and it helped with the stress. At some point I thought that I'd try one of her switch games with no expectations. Fell in love with the ability to play on a couch and less serious tone many Nintendo games have (GameBoy flashbacks). And here we are, I don't have to "borrow" her switch anymore. I have my own Nintendo Switch and too many games and controllers :)
Cheers :) What this review is and is not.
The NYXI Wizard will be reviewed as a Nintendo Switch joycon and compared to other Switch joycons that I own. A major portion of the review will be dedicated to real life use scenarios. A limited amount of technical details will be included. This review will not cover every detail about the NYXI Wizard (such as how to change all of the settings, pair, turbo etc). The manual has all that information and can be found online. What's a NYXI Wizard and what do I think about certain marketing?
According to some a major selling point of the NYXI Wizard
you will never buy another Nintendo Switch controller again and it will never develop joycon drift. We should always be skeptical when it comes to claims that cannot be backed up by any testing or examples. How do you prove the part of "forever"? While I was never sold on the promise of forever, the NYXI Wizard intrigued me enough with its unique button layout. The box & what's in the box?
The box for the controller itself is a sturdy blue cardboard box. Inside there is the controller, a small manual, a 127 cm regular plastic charging cable and an extra set of interchangeable joystick rings. Maybe I'm spoiled by past experiences, but I would really have wished to see some sets of interchangable joysticks inside the box (more on these later). How's the manual?
The NYXI Wizard's manual is decently written, but it's one of those rather small manuals.
Luckily you can find the manual from NYXI's website https://nyxigaming.com/pages/nyxi-instructions
. Lets talk about the interchangeable joystick rings & potential for modding.
The controller comes with round and octagonal rings. Octagonal rings can be helpful in 2D or fighting games for example (Mortal Kombat). The round rings are suitable for all games but octagonal rings have more limited use. It's a nice extra to have, but it is an extra. It can be tricky to change the joystick rings for the first time. Once you replace the rings about five or more times it gets easier.
I personally perform better in games with the more modern round joystick rings. Obviously it's a matter of preference here. However I made more errors in movement with octagonal rings. The difference was about 7%, but to me the difference was there. Currently I have round rings installed and I don't see myself switching back to octagonal rings.
When it comes to modding the NYXI Wizard the interchangeable joystick rings make it easier to replace the thumbsticks. You can even install original GameCube thumbsticks with some effort. A youtube video explaining the process is titled "I Made The NYXI Wizard Better..." (shoutout to 128KB). Backlit-buttons.
The NYXI Wizard has A/B/X/Y buttons that are backlit and it's possible to change their brightness. Even if you turn the background light off, it only has an affect on the A/B/X/Y buttons. There are two indicator lights on top of both joycons and those cannot be turned off. It would have been a nice feature to have where the indicator lights turn off or at the very least are slightly less bright.
Note: I reached out to NYXI about the indicator lights. They informed me that while currently there aren't any such plans they might be able to fix this issue in a future firmware update. Lets talk about the A/B/X/Y buttons.
In comparison to Nintendo Switch Pro Controller, joycons or Hori Split Pad Pro, the NYXI Wizards buttons feel more responsive. They require a bit more force to push and it's a pleasant feeling. The 8BitDo SN30Pro has similar buttons but still not quite as good. Overall the buttons have a solid feel to them and are on the heavier side when it comes to the amount of pressure you have to apply. Among the Nintendo Switch joycons and controllers the NYXI Wizards A/B/X/Y buttons have a unique place.
Note: I reached out to NYXI for more information about the A/B/X/Y buttons. Here's the reply:
"The A/B/X/Y buttons on our controller use the conductive adhesive switches. We chose these switches for their durability and responsiveness. As for the force required to press the buttons, we wanted to create a tactile and responsive experience for our users." The layout of A/B/X/Y buttons.
One thing is for sure. The button layout of NYXI Wizard is different. My favorite feature of this layout is the massive A button right in the middle. In the games I play often, A button is one of my most commonly used buttons. Because the buttons are largehave a different layout, it also brings a small challenge to re-learn the locations. It took me about 2 or 3 days. If you end up wanting to use the controller but want to make the layout a bit closer to traditional Swtich joycons then there are a few ways to approach this.
What about the D-pad?
- Remap the buttons in the game.
- Remap the buttons in Switch.
- Assign one of the A/B/X/Y buttons to the remappable back-paddle.
I really like the looks of hard plastic they have used to make the D-pad. But pressing the D-pad really isn't very enjoyable. The edges feel a bit too sharp, so to speak. I'm not a fan of the D-pads position either. The D-pad is the hardest to reach out of all the Switch controllers I own.
Note: I think that a potential upgrade here could be to make the D-pad edges just a tiny bit rounder and move it slightly closer to the left stick. Lets talk about joycon drift and thumbsticks.
Joycon drift is an issue where the thumbstick starts to give false signals to your console and move your character in a direction that you didn't intend. It happens due to dust getting into joycons or joycon wear. NYXI Wizard has addressed this by using a hall effect joysticks which is a technology that is supposed to never get joycon drift. Setting the technology itself aside, the thumbsticks feel good to use. Their movement is smooth and responsive. The Wizards thumbsticks are similar in size to Hori Splitpad Pro but bigger than the regular Nintendo Switch joycons. A standout of these thumbsticks is the rubbery finish which is very pleasant to hold. It has a nice grip and has a slightly soft feel to it. Out of all the Switch joycons and controllers I own, this is the best thumbstick finish.
With confidence I can say that NYXI missed an opportunity by not including extra thumbsticks that are taller or shorter. In the end a thumbstick is a rather cheap component but it can add extra value to the gamer. My hope here is that NYXI might release additional thumbsticks of different sizes as optional accessories. The good news is that I got confirmation from NYXI that they plan to release accessories like thumbsticks with various sizes soon. The triggers.
This controller uses mechanical triggers. These are responsive if you compare them to joycons or controllers that use non-mechanical triggers (such as the official Nintendo Switch joycons or the Hori Split Pad pro). It takes very little force to press these triggers which may be beneficial for longer gameplay sessions. The travel distance of the triggers is pleasantly short and the trigger makes an audiable click when its activated. The short travel distance makes it easier to rapidly press the trigger. The Mobapad M6 Gemini has similar triggers. Hori Split Pad Pro, official Nintendo Switch Joycons & Pro Controller have slightly less responsive triggers in comparison. Ergonomics?
If your hands are big enough then the Wizard is an ergonomic controller. One of the main advantages of NYXI Wizard is that while holding it, your finger position is different than when holding a Hori Split Pad Pro or the official Nintendo Switch joycon. Using different styles of controllers can be one little thing that you can do to take care of your hands and fingers. I've used it as my main controller for 27 days and am happy with the ergonomics. This means that it's my main joycon for now. At some point I will go back to Mobapad M6 and then something else or return NYXI Wizard. Gyro, mappable back-paddles.
Gyro works well, even in FPS games such as Crysis. There are also mappable back-paddles present on the the Nyxi Wizard. The paddles themselves aren't very well placed in my opinion as they are a bit hard to reach, but they have a nice texture on them and a responsive feel. Among other buttons, you are able to map the back-paddles to triggers (which isn't possible on all joycon back-paddles). The vibration motor.
The vibration motor is decent. It isn't HD-rumble, but in a way that's to be expected as the only joycons that have HD-rumble are the official Nintendo Switch joycons. All vibration settings work well, I personally liked playing on low or medium setting. The highest vibration setting was nice when the Switch's volume was louder, otherwise sound of the motor broke gameplay immersion. Bonus content: what may people with smaller hands think of NYXI Wizard?
As a new part of the review I asked my fiancee (who has small hands) to test the NYXI Wizard and share her impressions. She was fond of how the triggers felt. The amount of force you had to apply and click of the triggers appealed to her. Another one of her favorite features was the way joysticks were textured. Obviously the yellow one got more praise due to its cute color. NYXI Wizard was wa-a-ay too big for her hands. She pointed out that if she had to play something that requires faster reactions, it would be nearly impossible with this controller. The size of the controller, the distance between buttons is just too great. For games like Picross it was okay, but after some gameplay time the NYXI Wizard made her hands hurt. So what's the verdict here when it comes to the NYXI Wizard if you have smaller hands? Try it before you buy it. It's likely that controller might just be a too big. Most common questions:
Can the NYXI Wizard be used to wake up your Nintendo Switch? Yes it can.
Will it fit inside a carry case that's meant for Nintendo Switch OLED + Hori Split Pad Pro/Mobapad M6 Gemini? No it won't. NYXI offers a case for the Wizard on their website: https://nyxigaming.com/products/nyxi-carrying-case-for-wizard-hyperion-athena
Can it be used as a controller? Yes it can. Final thoughts.
The NYXI Wizard is a Gamecube inspired joycon/controller that is executed well with room for some improvement. The asking price of $69.99 seems to be fitting. It doesn't have a direct controller to compare to due to the unique features such as the layout and interesting A/B/X/Y buttons. In my opinion the A/B/X/Y buttons are among one of the best features of the Wizard. Yes, these four buttons aren't mechanical but they have a very pleasant resistance and travel distance. The price is worth it to those who like the size & layout of the controller and value features such as mechanical buttons, triggers & unique A/B/X/Y buttons.
Will a gamer benefit from the features that come with the pricetag? Yes, we will (most of them).
Will a newecasual gamer benefit from the features? Yes, some of the features (like the mechanical buttons and different layout with good ergonomics). And here is a comparison table.
Rating 1-5 (5 being the best).
I did my best to rate various features of the Switch joycons that I own. Keep in mind that such comparisons are subjective and ratings might vary from person to person (mostly depending on shape & size of your hands). All of these are rated as joycons and are not rated as a controller.
The price is for the regular model of any controller and is based on the official pricing I found/received. This does not include sales or limited edition color schemes that may cost more.
What could be improved upon:
|Model ||Nintendo Joycons ||Mobapad M6 Gemini ||Hori Split Pad Pro ||NYXI Wizard |
|D-Pad ||3 ||4 ||4 ||3.5 |
|Thumbsticks ||3 ||4 ||4 ||4.5 |
|Triggers ||3 ||4 ||3.5 ||4.5 |
|Buttons ||3 ||4.5 ||4 ||4.5 |
|Build ||5 ||4 ||4 ||4 |
|Ergonomics ||3 ||5 ||5 ||4.5 |
|Features ||3.5 ||3.5 ||3 ||4 |
|Included accessories ||4 ||3 ||3 ||4.5 |
|Vibration ||4 ||3 ||- ||3.5 |
|Price ||$79.99 ||$55.99 ||$49.99 ||$69.99 |
|Weight ||99g ||- ||152g ||229g |
- The interchangeable joystick rings are a novelty item for most users. I would recommend them as an additional extra item/accessory that you can add to your order.
- It would be beneficial to have thumbsticks of various sizes. The groundwork is already done and NYXI has made it very easy to swap the sticks. Adding short/medium/tall stick options in the store would make sense.
- Nintendo Switch has a dedicated fanbase and a decent amount of them really enjoy changing the way their console looks. The ability to order sticks of various colors (such as yellow, pink etc) would be a treat to those who like modding their Nintendo Switch and the joycons.
- Additional color schemes and designs/transparent or semi-transparent casings for the controller might appeal to gamers. For example the recently released Zelda themed Nintendo Switch Pro Controller proved out to be a massive hit. Bonus: I got confirmation by NYXI that more colors will be released soon.
- Adding a way to lower or turn off indicator lights would be a welcome change. It's possible to turn off the A/B/X/Y lights but you cannot disable the indicator lights. Be warned: the indicator lights are BRIGHT! If you are gaming in a darker room and have turned down your Switch brightness to preserve your eyes, the indicator lights will stick out like flashlights. There is an easy fix: put a sticker on your NYXI Wizard and cover the indicator lights. However most people don't want to put stickers on their joycons for basic functions.
- Outside of the colors themselves, the plastic used in the controller is a major factor in how the controller feels in the users hands and if users consider it to be "premium". It's worth looking into different kinds of casing materials. Nintendo Switch Pro Controller has a premium semi-glossy finish and the plastic smooth. Another good example is the 8BitDo SN30Pro which uses a matte plastic casing and also feels solid.
- Making the D-pad edges just slightly more rounder would make it more pleasant to use.
- Moving the D-pad closer to the left stick would make it more ergonomic.
- Placement of the back-paddles could be improved on in terms of ergonomics.
- A compact version of the NYXI Wizard might appeal to many.
- Adding adjustable analog triggers might be considered.
- HD-rumble would make gameplay more enjoyable.
- A larger manual would benefit many customers.
- If interchangeable joystick rings ever become sold as accessories then increasing the color and finish options would be a welcome addition to the NYXI selection.
Photography equipment used: Fujifilm X-T4 mirrorless camera, Fujinon XF 50-140mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR lens, Fujifilm MCEX-11 macro extension tube, Carl Zeiss Jena Flektogon f/2.4 35mm lens. helicoid extension tube. Closing notes:
I hope you liked the review :) Congratulations to everyone who made it to the end! Any and all thoughts about the controller are welcome. NYXI employees will read this post and the comments. So you can use it as a easy way of giving your own personal thoughts regarding this controller (and features you would like to see).
Mods if you need me to remove anything from the post that is against the rules, please message me. I will edit as needed.
What are your impressions of this controller if you already own one?
My personal thanks to Lyra & the entire NYXI team!
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2023.06.05 12:14 casiostar ACNH Pro Camera App minus button not working
I recently reset my island, so have previously used the Pro Camera App and know how to use it. But now i've got to the point where i can upgrade my camera app in the ABD and although it gave me the mini tutorial when I first opened the camera app, the minus button is not working so I can't use the additional features. Has anyone experienced this and has a fix? I'm using the ACNH special edition Switch. Thanks!
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2023.06.05 12:12 ApprehensiveClient51 Need opinion on pro controller
Hi all Doe the pro controller get stick drift And does hori split pad get stick drift as well Thanks for your inputs
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2023.06.05 12:12 chocosweet Under UV Camera: La Roche Posay Anthelion UVMUNE 400 Oil Control Gel-Cream
2023.06.05 12:08 Cheremushki_seeker Looking for 1st turntable
Heya, Im located in the Netherlands and want to buy my first turntable. I'm quite into higher quality sound. My budget is 700EUR-1000EUR (750-1060USD) for the player, phono amp and cartridge.
I have a studio monitor setup consisting of 2x KRK Rokit6 monitors and a KRK s12.4 subwoofer. I already own plenty of records which are mostly bass-centered tracks (for reference look at the album "Return II Space by Mala" and other Digital Mystikz releases).
I struggle to figure out what tables in this range are of enough quality to last me multiple years especially with how the cartridge and phono amp are supposed to work together. I've been looking at getting a Pro Ject Debut Carbon EVO with the Ortofon 2M red cartridge, or the Rega Planar 2 with the Rega Carbon cartridge.
Any advice which tables and/or cartridges would work well for me, especially with bass centered music? I've heard some turntables/cartridges lack some bass. On top of that, what are some good options for phono amps with a good bang for your buck ratio? Thanks.
PS, I own a DDJ-800 DJ controller which has phono inputs. I'd imagine these not being too good for the sound quality, any thoughts?
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2023.06.05 12:06 r3crac Xiaovv V380 Pro HD 1080P IP Camera for 14.99 USD with coupon (Best price in history: 16.99 USD)
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2023.06.05 12:03 MafiaPikaPika Good PC for 800$?
2023.06.05 12:01 ogreatgames Madden NFL 07: Be A Football Superstar - PS2 Game
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![video](64hm8jz3b5191 " New exciting additions are featured in this powerful installment of the Madden NFL game series. Visit https://ogreatgames.com/products/madden-nfl-35
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Madden NFL 07 For Sony PlayStation 2. Madden NFL is back with great additions and more exciting gameplay. In Madden NFL 07, players can enjoy the all-new additions including lead blocker control, highlight stick, juking & spinning, and free motion controls. In-game characters have unique running styles that make the game more realistic. You can be the next football superstar that will make it to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. You cannot ask more from Madden NFL 07 because this game probably got it all! --
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