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NovusBal

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  1. I'll be side using it on the odd stream, but the photo requirement is for the better half, they haven't got much experience with Sony but mentions she doesn't mind too much willing to get used to the menus. I've heard that for my use (Twitch part) even the kit lens will do, but the best would be the ultrawide lens if wanting to show the space, so atleat that saves a little on cash for my part
  2. How about on the photography part? I've admitably seen a lot of good reviews for the A5100, although a few things I think I seen were: Better focus on A6400 Useful flip screen Much better burst shoots on A6400 But then again it is double the price. I think the above is accurate hopefully. Also seen reccomendations for Sony A7 iii but the price is insane lol I'll have to take a look into the m6mkii as i've not seen much with it
  3. Hello all, So recently there's a temptation to buy an Sony A6400, for Twitch live streaming as well as just using for general photography. Just looking advise/recommendations, is it worth buying it right now or better to wait out for new releases?
  4. Kind of like a mini-rc gun platform isn't that one? Think i've seen that one previously, with terrain treads on it?
  5. Don't worry! It's true though Plus with the borderlands release this just fits so much better.
  6. I refer to my other comment, a person with a properly developed gun with wings that can fit into a flatpack on your backseat, vs trying to hide a drone in a garage (Hasn't that actually happenned before or am I watching too many movies?). I find these to be vasty different to each other
  7. Changed title, as yes it honestly was a poor choice.
  8. Definitively true and they are also drones, however since one can be flatpacked onto your car backseat and the other requires a garage to store this is a bit more terrifying to me personally Also comical ..I really hope someone doesn't now respond with a flatpack backseat full sized drone. That'd be awkward.
  9. Source: https://www.tomsguide.com/us/russia-flying-rifle-drone,news-29765.html Russia previously had a crazy patent design for a flying rifle, everyone assumed it was just one of those non-sensicle patents that nothing would happen with, however... BEHOLD! (Video) Acording to the source this is a 23 kilo drone, that carries a 12-caliber Vepr automatic shotgun. This may seem comical at start but this actually becomes pretty terrifying pretty quickly. Smart car navigations, electronic homes & online systems are already being hacked and exploited, now imagine the thought of someone gaining control of these for nefarious use, that is truly terrifying. When did call of duty become real life? I wonder if this will affect drone laws in any way as people (Criminals) become even more inspired to make those make shift janky drones with guns. Which has already happenned. Keep it clean discussing this folks, no bringing up any unecesary topics to cause flaming.
  10. I personally want to see a 16 core with 9900k SC performance however that may be wishful thinking. I believe honestly they should be able to match the 9900k SC with the 8 core version, atleast if they don't i'd be a little dissapointed but that's from self hype more than evidential cases.
  11. Starting to run out of salt for this thread! But in seriousness - those clocks seem really off, unless if they are simply LN2, or extreme overclock results rather than stable daily use then i'd believe it. Look in terms of CPU power, if they can hit the same SC as a 9900k with the increased core count that'd be a massive improvement in my eyes.
  12. You can find more details about that processor here: https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/30796/intel-xeon-processor-x7350-8m-cache-2-93-ghz-1066-mhz-fsb.html A little outdated but i'm curious how it performs.
  13. It looks like someone has glued a Raspberry Pi board with a battery and screen, then clumsily attached some plastic on it... I'm not all for aesthetics or anything, but Dayum ᴵˢ ᵗʰᵃᵗ ʸᵒᵘʳ ᵖʰᵒⁿᵉ ᵒʳ ᵃʳᵉ ʸᵒᵘ ʲᵘˢᵗ ʰᵃᵖᵖʸ ᵗᵒ ˢᵉᵉ ᵐᵉˀ
  14. Delayed response, apologies. Yeah the OnePlus is just slightly outta the budget here unfortunately, i'm currently looking between the honor 10(non-view) and the mate 10 pro. The thing that puts me off the mate 10 is simply the lack of a headphone jack, I know you can get a splitter for it to accept both a headphone jack and the power cable, but that just seems like an annoyance to me. Seeing the honor 10 for £330 and the mate 10 pro for £399 most areas, I may settle on the honor 10 unless if i've missed an better alternative somewhere @Darkseth
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