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post #31 of 56
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post

-i have to ask them whats wrong with the LOD, as it is too low and makes it picky about surfaces in regards to malfunction speed(1,5ms on the QCK, 2,8 on white paper), CPI are also a bit too low.
-on the bright side it feels more responsive tha

They are using a 3320 sensor hence they all share that same LOD, unless someone found one with a far higher number?
post #32 of 56
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Originally Posted by Crack View Post

Too low LOD? According to review from yt movie few posts back, LOD should be sth ~2mm, at least on mouse pad it was tested there. Weight should be 93g

 

 

WHy the question mark? If it is too low it affects perfomance as simple as that, it is under 2 on the QCK, while DX-20 and Kova are around 2,5-3.

 

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They are using a 3320 sensor hence they all share that same LOD, unless someone found one with a far higher number?

 

FW and especially illumination play a big role, think of the Flick G1.

post #33 of 56
Thread Starter 
Meh, I'll just chuck the Xornet lens in it and see if anything changes tongue.gif
post #34 of 56
I still manage to get some critical, sharp rail shots when it really matters with 3320 and xornet, but want to get rid of that shape recently, even i dont mind it, would love to try different 3320, also i sometimes feel 3320 is spazzing out on extremely sharp swipes
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post #36 of 56
Thread Starter 

"So I'm guessing no one knows its [the 3320's] native dpi and dpi steps" doh.gif

This is why OCN has developed such a great mouse section
post #37 of 56

^ yep, thanks, next to rival 100 this might be going to be sweet
post #38 of 56
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post


- ~15ms Button delay
- less pretravel on the buttons than FK,  feedback and force needed are decent
- sidebuttons are a lot better than on the FK
-coating on top is something smooth that is close  to glossy, but still works when sweating, unless it is a lot, sides are coated with a Savu like coating but a lot smoother, and less smoother than WMO´s uncoated sides.
-stuff is saved onboard
- not 115g
-i have to ask them whats wrong with the LOD, as it is too low and makes it picky about surfaces in regards to malfunction speed(1,5ms on the QCK, 2,8 on white paper), CPI are also a bit too low.
-on the bright side it feels more responsive tha

Hey guys !
Got this one yesterday. Can confirm the things woll3 wrote.
Overall feel, shape and quality are good. Cable a bit stiff.
But PCS is low, i cant do the flicks i could do with g100s or xornet2.
In this state its unusable for me. Overall this would be so good.

@woll3: U have any clue why this 3320 is broken in this regard?
will they be able to fix it with firmware? im thinking of returning it..
post #39 of 56
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Originally Posted by cr4zyprod1gy View Post

Hey guys !
Got this one yesterday. Can confirm the things woll3 wrote.
Overall feel, shape and quality are good. Cable a bit stiff.
But PCS is low, i cant do the flicks i could do with g100s or xornet2.
In this state its unusable for me. Overall this would be so good.

@woll3: U have any clue why this 3320 is broken in this regard?
will they be able to fix it with firmware? im thinking of returning it..

Ok, me no wanty any more frown.gif
post #40 of 56
Its ridiculous how every release is a disappointment..
I'm better off modding my WMO with omrons and different cable, while waiting for a good 3360 -.-
BS!
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