As expected, the latest generation Sony RX100 V obviously does have much richer feature-set and specifications compared to its predecessors. It has a superior Stacked CMOS sensor with excellent image quality that surpasses all the previous generation RX100 cameras, faster Bionz X processor with a front-end LSI capable of handling up to 24 fps shooting speed, 315 phase-detection autofocus points, 4K video recording at up to 30 fps and very respectable slow motion video recording capability up to 960 fps. It can handle shutter speeds of up to 1/32000 sec, has a very nice 2.36M electronic viewfinder (EVF), incredibly fast autofocus and a few other nice extras, such as anti distortion shutter and ability to set minimum shutter speed when shooting with Auto ISO enabled.
Place the Bluetooth device (iPhone, laptop…) within 1 meter (3 feet) of the Headphone.
Enter pairing mode on the Headphone. Press and hold the POWER button for about 7 seconds. Make sure that the indicator flashes blue and red alternately after you release the button.
Perform the pairing procedure on the Bluetooth device (iPhone…) to detect the Headphone. When the list of detected devices appears on the display of the Bluetooth device, select “MDR-XB950BT.” If passkey input is required on the display of the Bluetooth device, input “0000”
Make the Bluetooth connection from the Bluetooth device.
Playing music or during a call (HFP/HSP or A2DP) ○ ○ – – – – – – – – ○ ○ – – – – – – – -…
Playing music or during a call (HFP/HSP and A2DP) ○ ○ ○ – – – – – – – ○ ○ ○ – – – – – – -…
Incoming call ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○…
Hint: when the remaining battery charge becomes low, the indicator turns from blue to red, except for pairing mode.
Checking the remaining battery
When you turn on the headset by pressing the POWER button, the indicator (red) flashes. You can check the remaining battery charge by the number of times the indicator (red) flashes.
You can also check the remaining battery charge when the headset is turned on. Pressing the POWER button will cause the indicator to flash and show the remaining battery charge.
3 times: High
2 times: Medium
1 time: Low (needs to charge)
When the battery is almost empty The indicator turns red. When the battery becomes empty, the headset sounds a warning beep and turns off automatically.
1. Soft reset the headset:
If the headset cannot be turned on, or if it cannot be operated even when it is turned on, set the headset in charging status, then press the POWER and BASS BOOST buttons simultaneously. The headset is reset and turns off.
2. Hard reset the headset (to factory default):
Turn off the headset, then press and hold the POWER and PLAY/CALL buttons simultaneously for more than 7 seconds. The indicator (blue) flashes 4 times, and the headset is reset to the factory settings. All pairing information is deleted.
Some of the exciting features of GIT2 are 16 megapixels IMX206 Sony Exmor image sensor and Novatek NTK96660 chip. Combination of the two allow camera to create true 16mp images in RAW or Jpeg, and more importantly video at 1080p 60 FPS together with 2K @30FPS and 2880×2160 @24fps. Camera supports external microphone and memory card up to 64gb.
Like previous model, this one is compatible with wrist controller which allows remote control of the camera via radio frequency. Additionally camera has a built in WiFi, so you can connect to it via your smartphone. It got 30-meter water-proof housing (like GoPro Hero). Its retail price is around 159$, though some Chinese retailers sell it for a bit less.
CREE and Epistar are the most popular chips/drivers used in the automotive LED light bar industry, although there are actually more than a dozen different brands that are commercially available.
CREE, Inc. was established in 1987 and is based in the USA. They hold thousands of patents in more than twenty countries around the world and are universally accepted as the LED industry’s most prolific innovators. CREE makes the best LEDs, but other manufacturers are in a close second place when it comes to LED quality. Epistar Inc. (a Taiwan based company) and Nichia Corp (a Japan based company) produce good quality LEDs as well. It is important to note that CREE licenses the use of its patents to others, and all three of the leading LED companies manufacture most of their LEDs in China.