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Old Jan 23, 2012, 06:40 AM
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can you detect +28ms worth of lag? it depends
1) on you
2) on your current radio equipment
radio equipment itself has input lag. a lot of transmitters in the last 10 years have extremely good performance (a stable 10-30ms). while other radio systems have poor performance. well exceeding 50ms and even worse many have lag spikes upwards of 100ms.
3) on your current video equipment. input lag in our case also must take into consideration the lag our video induces. name does the camera process the image & how much your viewing device is lagging.

so basically.

if your current radio & video equipment has a reasonable amount of input lag no. you're likely to never realize the additional 28ms. now, if you've got a really crappy tx/rx/servo+video system that's prone to just being laggy & having lag spikes well over 100ms. yes, another 28ms may push you over your personal edge that you decide. hey... im lagging.
if that's the case, it's still not this device's fault. it's all the other poor equipment that needs replacing.
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