Lightgreen

Joined on Dec 6, 2016

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  • Depends. Some routers like my Asus, perform best on stock antennas. Others, sure, could use aftermarket. This is highly subjective, and you should really do your research first.
  • I actually was replying to the other gent/lady, however, glad to be of help there too. Good topology trumps a lot of evils in networking, and is of course free which is never bad ;)
  • DSL/Fiber/Cable? My PoP is also in the garage for both my telecom/fiber and cable. But, I found that simply removing the splitter from my PoP to the rest of the house (I have cable for internet ...
  • I've found Intel has better driver support, but, Broadcom makes more mature network-centric products. Just see the PUMA6 debacle.
  • To get the most out of an AC router, yes, you need an AC receptacle. However comma, half of what makes a router better is what protocol it supports, the other half, is antenna design, processor, ...
  • Nailed it. Safari is likely to support SRGB through DCI-P3 as Apple displays in newer machines tout DCI-P3, thus it's cooked in as Apple's OS and products generally support the latest hardware ...
  • Had a moment to look into this in depth: Page 52 and 53 of the manual spells it out... "You can choose the type for the WEP security on the drop-down list. The default setting is Automatic, which ...
  • APs don’t magically know your WiFi setup; auto is probably bad.
  • Nope. Your AP needs to have WPA2 setup, too, or else it's "open". That's your problem right there. Freeloaders, forget hackers. AP's are a separate wifi network, that bind to a given channel on ...
  • Before I tackle mesh... Regarding your old N900, I assume you're referring to the WNDR4500 (it's not bad, or that old actually...)? If so, have you tried your 5ghz band (have you set it up?) to see ...
  • No WPA2 = freeloaders Hacker? Probably not. Most folks just aren't that smart, even in the computer world. More likely a widget next door just latched on automatically, not even mischievously. If ...
  • I'll second the sentiment that although I don't know what the M50 will be, but I doubt it'll be a "little M5". I agree the M50 will be different. How, is the magical question. Rangefinder would be ...
  • My one complaint about Digital Zoom, is you cannot shoot RAW + JPEG with it. Be nice to have the original, uncropped RAWs accompanying the in camera crops. Best of both worlds, a shame Canon hasn't ...
  • https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204977 Photos generates a JPEG preview I believe, for it's purposes as RAWs are hard to p/review in mass. I don't know of a way to circumvent it. Said JPEG ...
  • Thanks for bringing back some good memories. M5+22=Potent combo.
  • It does have more data. This is also true, DPP4 + computer processing = superior corrections being applied to RAW data collected. Now, all said, digital teleconversion, which has the same effect as ...
  • Status report: Unable to get AIMesh working on my reflashed TM-AC1900's (RT68U's). Asus also came out with a silent firmware update 2 days ago, if you happen to do a NVRAM reset. Release notes ...
  • The G3X is worth a glance. It's been on sale recently too. G3X is in need of an update though. If you're a raw shooter, look elsewhere.
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    Agreed. The copy variance of the G1X III is an interesting note; I have yet to see any, from anyone's samples. Was just looking up who's who of country of origin, the G1X III and G3X appear to both ...
  • No, does not, that I know of. The 1/2000 shutter max and lack of non-mechanical shutter is a dead giveaway. However comma, it has a leaf shutter (which also makes 1/2000 flash sync possible, with ...
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