Originally Posted by qsxcv
finalmouse never used a custom lens
Weren't people saying (when the FM first came out) that the lens was not from PixArt and the shell had another companies name on it?
Originally Posted by FinalmouseJude
Thanks for the comments. (And got your pm btw will reply soon).
Here is the basic gist of how a sensor can be implemented differently. As long as your engineer isn't mentally challenged implementing the hardware and firmware of the 3310 is literally just following "instructions" for lack of a better word.
Now what can be changed (even though it's not recommended by the sensor manufacturer) is the lens kit that goes with the sensor. Usually a manufacturer recommends it's own lens kit for each specific sensor. And for most general use cases a factory should just use the recommended lens kit. Sometimes however people think outside of the box for better LOD results. But this needs to be done carefully since it could impair sensor function in different areas. So what you can do is basically replace the recommended lens kit with another one. In our case we are using a different ADNS lens kit. I will not be revealing the name of the lens kit since it is a "secret sauce" in a way. But from a user standpoint you can expect to see no visible fade (there is a better word than fade I can't think of) when you lift off the mouse. It's an abrupt stop in tracking at a nice low distance. And I think for all us low sens fps gamers this is a crucial component to a good esports mouse. But I don't want to act like this is a new revolutionary idea at all... Very simple stuff... Just gotta find the right lens kit
I guess they were using a PixArt/Avago lens, but not the one designated for the 3310.Edited by popups - 2/6/16 at 4:14am