Can't see anything in the specs there about screen refresh rate. Moving from 60Hz to 120Hz seems to be the big thing in 2020.To the surprise of no one, I have upgraded my mobile. I have bought a Samsung.
Actually, this is a lie, I bought https://www.sony.co.uk/electronics/smartphones/xperia-1m2
Had it a couple of weeks now, and it's an awesome bit of kit. The Camera Pro app gives you the viewfinder/software etc from a Sony Alpha, Cinema Pro does a similar thing for video, the screen is lush and the battery lasts ages. Only had 5G once since I got it, and it's seemed a proper rapid way of Bill Gates giving me the rona.
Also has a sticker on the back suggesting it was made in Japan, like all the best electronics - which I find pleasingly China free.
Must admit screen refresh rate has never been something I've cared about on a phone, but it looks as if Sony have shied away from higher refresh rates due to motion blur issues with higher refresh rate screens:Can't see anything in the specs there about screen refresh rate. Moving from 60Hz to 120Hz seems to be the big thing in 2020.
Caring about the MP rating of your camera is SO 2008.12mp camera? Is that a typo?
A lot of phones are using 12mp as a compromise on the physical size of the sensor. 12mp gives enough detail for pictures to still look decent, but lets the individual pixels be larger on the sensor, which is better for low light. Most of the phones with higher mp counts will default to scaling down to 12mp and use pixel binning or doubling up pixels. You need very ideal lighting to get a decent picture over 12mp with a sensor as small as found in phones.12mp camera? Is that a typo?
Just ordered a 9900k. The fastest cpu my mobo can take. . Waiting for 30xx gfx card next month
Proud to be doing my bit. 10700K bundle en route.
Apple may delay the iPhone 12 Pro launch due to supply chain issues with the 120Hz display, or face cancelling the feature entirely, according to...www.macrumors.com
Again what exactly do you need 90 pr 120hz on a screen that small for any way.Also related:
The Sony Xperia 5 II is shaping up to be a pretty impressive device from the company. And we have just about every detail about Sony's new flagshipwww.androidheadlines.com
The "Compact" version of mine due to be announced in September, with 120Hz Display upgraded from the 90Hz on the Xperia 1 ii.
It's down to perceived smoothness when scrolling, it's more quality of life than necessary. They need to find a way to improve things. It's like going from a 60-100/144 - You don't need to, but there's a difference.Again what exactly do you need 90 pr 120hz on a screen that small for any way.
just a gimic
I understand they are trying to find gimics to sell phones. On a big screen or pc game or something i can see the difference. I just think its wasted tech on such a small screen.It's down to perceived smoothness when scrolling, it's more quality of life than necessary. They need to find a way to improve things. It's like going from a 60-100/144 - You don't need to, but there's a difference.
Heya,New gun day!
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The legal limit of a UK air rifle that you can own without a firearms license is 12ft pounds of muzzle energy.Heya,
now being in the countryside i am getting interested to get i to this. Any hints tips etc.
whats the legal angle .
i have a farmer i could probably go on his land to shoot rabbits.
Are their ranges around? Just a google for them or they hard to find?The legal limit of a UK air rifle that you can own without a firearms license is 12ft pounds of muzzle energy.
Air rifles come in several flavours, spring or PcP (pre-charged pneumatic) or even C02 cartridge (crap) and different calibres, mostly .177 or .22. Springers are good to go, pull open the spring, load, shoot. With a PcP you will need a diving tank to fill it up, with which you will get 80-100 shots depending on the calibre and the rifle. Personally I have a 12ltr tank and a 3ltr tank.
Start off with a second hand spring rifle, they are a lot harder to shoot which makes you a better shooter. Calibre doesn't matter really, it's personal preference, .177 have a flatter trajectory and more speed but are lighter, .22 are heavier and pack more of a punch, though true power is pretty much identical.
Shoot targets targets targets until you can hit a cluster of 5-6 into a grouping the size of a 5p in light wind at 40 metres, then get a PcP rifle.
Legally you can shoot in your garden, so long as the pellet does not leave your boundary, you have to have permission from the land owner to shoot, get that in writing. Going on private property without permission is armed trespass.
You can't shoot all birds, they have to be on the general license and there are various conditions, you can shoot rabbits, grey squirrels and rats all you like.
Get insured, BASC are good and you get a free magazine full of pictures of rich folk every now and again.
My current stable
.177 TX200 MkIII - Spring Rifles | Air Arms
.177 Walther Rotex RM8 Varmint (great starter PcP)
.22 HW 97 Black Line-STL - Weihrauch Sport
.22 Ultimate Sporter R | Air Arms
All have Hawke optics, great quality and reasonably priced compared to other makes.
Make sure no person can get near it. Or put signs up. else people might be annoyed if they get shocked hahaI considered shooting the foxes with an air gun just to shock them out the garden but these things can do some serious damage if they hit the wrong place.
I now think putting some electric fencing up will have the desired impact