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I highly recommend the PRO CLIP.

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I highly recommend the PRO CLIP.

 

+1 on the Proclip.

Particularly if you have a window behind you and Verticle blinds like I do.

With the Hat clip, my view would sometimes jump wildly due to the blinds moving in a draft and the Light coming through would distract the camera.

But when using the Proclip, I have not had a single problem.

 

I use TrackIr 5 too. I have never tried the TrackIr 4, so can not comment on how it differs in use from the Tir5 unit.


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I went from 4 to 5 a half year ago and i wish i had much earlier.

 

Resolution is much higher wich makes the Track movement alot smoother. Also because i have a house with alot of big glass windows the light use to make my track ir 4 work crap most of the time unless i would close the blinds but i dont have this problem with 5 unless im looking directly in the sun ;)

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I went from 4 to 5 a half year ago and i wish i had much earlier.

 

Resolution is much higher wich makes the Track movement alot smoother. Also because i have a house with alot of big glass windows the light use to make my track ir 4 work crap most of the time unless i would close the blinds but i dont have this problem with 5 unless im looking directly in the sun ;)

 

Same, when the sun comes out to play my TR5/Pro clip goes haywire, but I am sitting looking out a south facing window here.

 

I went from a TR2 to the TR5 with Pro Clip what a difference :)

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Unless you are really strapped for cash you must go for the Tir5 and Pro clip.

Once purchased; disengage all center dead zones so that your head truly controls the view without any un natural center movement.

 

It takes a little getting used too and you need to apply some thought on moving your head in a controlled and mechanical manner. In real life your eyes compensate for sloppy head movement and this needs to be re learnt to allow precise movement.

TIR 5 with Pro clip has Superb precision, try the kamov's cannon permanently slaved to HMS and practice walking the cannons impact point all over your enemies.... sweet!

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