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George Tsai

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  1. New Brighter LED Display New brighter LEDs is available in the new FDC A2 Timecode Generator Display/Slate as well as upgrades for current owners of any of our previous slates. More details about the FDC A2, Upgrade paths, photos and prices are all available at: https://fuzeti.com/index.php?route=extension/pavoblog/single&pavo_post_id=29 FDC A2 in direct sunlight at max brightness/min brightness MRE New vs. Old LEDs
  2. I don't have a TSC on hand to make any side by side comparisons at the moment. From what I can remember of the TSC, I think the compact panel proto itself is slightly smaller than the TSC's face panel? With this design the display is attached to the panel with four screws, so switching up panel sizes is simple and you could make your own panel if you really wanted to hehe. For now I can only make and stock so many panels so I just need to figure out the ideal size/quantity to go forward with production:-)
  3. For those of you not up to date on our development head on over to our Facebook for some details on the new design using brighter LEDS (no pricing yet): https://www.facebook.com/FUZETi/ For now, I'm looking primarily for input from those who own slates or in the market for one, on what kind of slate sizes you prefer. Be it you only ever use compact slates, only ever use the standard 11" slates, or would like the option to switch back and forth, perhaps even an over sized slate, or whatever use case you have in mind. Below are the prototype panels in comparison to our current MRE slate as well as the basic dimensions of the two panels. Love to hear your thoughts!
  4. 10% discount for everything under Timecode category! This includes back-orders and the few remaining refurbished slates;-) Use coupon code: BFCMhttps://fuzeti.com/index.php?route=product/category&path=20_59
  5. Paul has posted http://www.pauldorough.com/Review of FuzeTi MRE Slate.pdf in the Facebook group Freelance Sound Mixers & Recordists for TV/Film. Currently trying to work out the sync issue with the ERX2TCD with the guys from Zaxcom. Should be able to fix it in a firmware update. I've looked around at other options/brands for battery holders with lighter tension but couldn't find any that fit the bill. With this style of battery holder there's not much difference between the various manufacturers.
  6. All pre-orders have shipped:-) If you did not get a tracking number please contact sales@FUZETi.com
  7. Website server went down, trying to get it back up and running asap. Due to the outage the discount code will be extended for an extra day through May 1st. Edit: Site is now back up and running:-)
  8. There is no backlight as the case and writing surface are not transparent. There are contact pins (not pictured) that's behind the front writing surface like the ones on the FDC for external front light LED bar. Currently there are no plans to make the LED front light bar but the option remains open if there is enough demand for it:-) Thank you!
  9. Tomorrow is the last day to get the 10% site wide discount with 'nab2016' :-) Get this slate for $540 while you still can!
  10. It's all in the same production run, the backorder status is just a notice it's not shipping until July:-) Sorry about the confusion, couldn't figure out how to differentiate between backorders and preorders from the backend:-P
  11. Great thing is the crew won't waste time with a 10-2 after eating these hehehe
  12. Currently re-calibration is only completed here in San Diego so you would have to ship the slate back. All crystals and oscillators will drift from it's original frequency over time, only exception would be chip scaled atomic clocks. I'd recommend re-calibration every ten years or so but not required.
  13. A $10 optional Handle has been added. Orders prior to the addition of this post will automatically receive the handle for free and confirmation email.
  14. "These are not the droids you are looking for..." :-) Such is the nature of using ABS plastic to produce an economic slate. For a much tougher slate the 3D Printed Compact Bundle has a steel panel that protects the plastic enclosure very well:-) Less than 1 frame drift over 24 hour period.
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