It seems like every scope in the game has a different scoped sensitivity. I run my mouse at high DPI (12000) and in most games set a fractional sensitivity to achieve my desired movement speed. In Tarkov ever since the very first moment, I've had mouse sensitivity AND mouse sensitivity (aiming) all the way down at 0.1. At these speeds, scopes like the bravo and hamr site are too fast when scoped in, requiring me to drop my DPI to get precice aim. Scopes like the PSO are slower, and are right in the 'sweet spot' for me at 12000 dpi and 0.1 on the slider.
In 0.9, they released the Burris Fullfield TAC-30 1-4x24 scope, which I really enjoy, but its even slower than the PSO, requring me to increase the scoped sensitivity (aiming) to about 0.3 to give me the right feel. During my last raid, I was running this scope, then I went for a scav run, and when I aimed down my pistol sites, I spun in a circle because it was so sensitive.
I wish that they would fix this bug, so that all scopes had the same response when aiming down sights. I also would like to be able to set a fractional sensitivity lower than 0.1 - give me a text box where I can enter even smaller fractional values.
Anybody know if there is a log parser or a plugin for notepad++ that will convert the 'shitty html' combat log into a more human readable form? Changing the extension from .txt to .html and opening in chrome sort of works, but it lacks carraige returns so renders as a huge block of text.