For which camera system?
For which camera system?
I also tip grip with this mouse for up to 5 hours at a time without breaks (bad habit I should stop). Even after playing I don't feel any wrist pains or restrictions.
Reasons for the pain could include the force of your grip, height of your desk compared to your chair, and how much you move your wrists.
The damage only looks to be cosmetic. If you can still change the aperture and focus without problem, I wouldn't worry about it. I wouldn't try to fix it because you might damage it more.
The lens appears to be fully intact otherwise apart from the filter thread. Only issue I have is with using my filters
I don't think there's much in terms of fixing that. It's bent metal lol.
If it doesn't affect taking pictures, I wouldn't worry about it, but there's not really a fix for that unless you can get a wooden dowel in the lip and try and push it back. Even then I wouldn't suggest that because it's likely going to break it even more. I'd cut your losses and just buy a new lens.
Would a lens vise be able to reduce the bend at all?
What software are you using to graph these channels? It's nice that they try to show how they overlap, but they don't actually know where the channels lie on the spectrum. CH 13 centered 22MHz higher than CH 11. It doesn't overlap with CH 11 and certainly not CH 10 like it shows here.
I used a generic wifi scanner on the windows play store.
What would you recommend to show the information?
Not familiar with that model, but does it have wireless info in the logs? Also, what does the client say when it can't connect? Is it a physical lack of connection or something with the IP? My first thoughts are 2.4Ghz Wifi congestion. Are there a lot of wifi networks around you?
I've got the logs and when I try to connect it shows that "you are unable to connect to this network"
Upon checking logs, there are around 3 DoS attack: ACK Scan present
That looks like the firewall logs. I was concerned that they might not put wireless info in the logs. Do you see a option to have the log collect wireless data or maybe some place else on the router that keeps those logs?
"Upon checking logs, there are around 3 DoS attack: ACK Scan present"
Over what time? Every router get's some DDOS. One of it's main job is to use a firewall to protect you from such. There are all kinds of bots on the internet that constantly sweep ALL IP's out there for vulnerability and your router sees this traffic and blocks it. All normal. However if you see like a 100 DDOS attacks a day or a hour, then that is NOT normal and I would suggest changing your IP. With most ISP you can change the MAC address on your router's WAN and then reboot the modem, and then reboot the router, to get a new IP.
I'm able to view UPnP, LAN access, DHCP IP, Internet connected, and memory logs.
Within the span of 8 hours, I have 36 cases of DoS attacks
Unfortunatly not, but just to be sure, can you check if you have the latest version of the FW installed? :(.
I checked and yes, I do have the latest software available. I tried resetting via computer and it still shows the lights when those certain LEDs are on standby
I quickly checked with our HQ team, they believe this to be a hardware (PCB) issue and nothing can be done to fix it. I am affraid there is nothing you can do but to return it and swap it.. Just bad luck, sorry :(
Ah thanks anyway.
Can I get a replacement at the store which I purchased from or do I have to send it back somewhere else for RMA?