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    Quote Originally Posted by Launch Mini View Post
    I am guessing, set all 6 setting to power of 2005.
    LOL, I am not that sadistic am I? No

  2. #62

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    Hint #2:





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    my lame and likely wrong guess is: with the Vegas knob, you can program the modes in random order. So you can have say 3300mAh on 1 and say 320mAh on 2 and whatever your heart desires? Like the TriV with Vegas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Str8stroke View Post
    my lame and likely wrong guess is: with the Vegas knob, you can program the modes in random order. So you can have say 3300mAh on 1 and say 320mAh on 2 and whatever your heart desires? Like the TriV with Vegas.

    The order is not random . . . but what order am I talking about?

    Let me ask the question this way. How many different ways can you think to input 2005 as you are keying this number in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Str8stroke View Post
    my lame and likely wrong guess is: with the Vegas knob, you can program the modes in random order. So you can have say 3300mAh on 1 and say 320mAh on 2 and whatever your heart desires? Like the TriV with Vegas.
    But you can do that with the earlier versions of Spy. I could have sworn I've programmed an "HML" setup on my spy before.

    So from hint #2, I'm going to take that 4 5 6 1 2 3 has something to do with the easter egg. If not that sequence, then either 1 2 3 4 5 6 or 4 5 1 2 3 6. Or maybe all three sequences?
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    Um Hummm yes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Data View Post
    The order is not random . . . but what order am I talking about?

    Let me ask the question this way. How many different ways can you think to input 2005 as you are keying this number in?
    There are 21 ways of programming the value 2005.
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    And they are?

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    Quote Originally Posted by karlthev View Post
    And just when you've finally, FINALLY seen the best, Dave "bests" it!! You've always been the leader of the pack! Amazing here in pictures, so much more so in the flesh!! Congrats on being at the peak! I wanna!!
    Good to see you and thanks for having us all--like old times!!

    Karl

    Great post, and fabulous light. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. Inspiring work, Data!

    An unrelated question, letting me know that I am apparently out of the smart watch technology, what watch, and what (app) are you using to obviously control your video recording with it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LuxLuthor View Post
    Great post, and fabulous light. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. Inspiring work, Data!

    An unrelated question, letting me know that I am apparently out of the smart watch technology, what watch, and what (app) are you using to obviously control your video recording with it?
    Thank you for your kind comments.

    The watch is part of the Sony Action Cam HDR-AZ1VR. This camera optionally comes in a kit with the Live-View Remote. I have had it for a while now and I find it to be very good. The camera has a clip for holding the camera to the side of a baseball cap.


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    Quote Originally Posted by badtziscool View Post
    There are 21 ways of programming the value 2005.
    These are two ways of programming 2005mA.

    PU4
    P1
    2x(P5 P4)
    P1
    5x(P2 P1)
    P0


    Or


    PU4
    P1
    2x(P5 P1)
    5X(P2 P1)
    P0


    But neither will trigger the Easter egg. But you are close.



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    Are you saying that the way we register the place value is considered a different way? i.e. P5 -> P1 is different than P5 -> P4. If that's the case, then there's a WHOLE LOT MORE than 21 ways to program 2005.
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  13. #73

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    Quote Originally Posted by badtziscool View Post
    Are you saying that the way we register the place value is considered a different way? i.e. P5 -> P1 is different than P5 -> P4. If that's the case, then there's a WHOLE LOT MORE than 21 ways to program 2005.
    No, I am not saying that. I was just wondering how you got to 21. How would you do it even two different ways?

  14. #74

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    Hi Dave,

    How about (or is this the wrong way of thinking about it)...

    PU4
    P1
    20x(P4 P3)
    P1
    5x(P2 P1)
    P0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thud1023 View Post
    Hi Dave,

    How about (or is this the wrong way of thinking about it)...

    PU4
    P1
    20x(P4 P3)
    P1
    5x(P2 P1)
    P0

    Good, but that will not enable the Easter egg either. What was Hint #2, order!

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    You guys are very close, so here is the final hint required to solve the puzzle.




    Hint #3

    The algorithm in the STFu processor that is adding up the milliamps as you put them in does not care what order you put the digits in.


    But the Easter egg algorithm does care!





    Cheers
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    Ok, I'm not sure what I programmed in, but I can feel the level changes now.. I won't say too much so I don't spoil it. Also not sure which easter egg this is..

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    Congratulations we have a winner. You are free to spoil it.

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    Cool! It now vibrates with each level change..and is quite an effect as you change one level after another. That was very unexpected : )

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    The solution is putting in the 5 first and then putting in the 2000.

  21. #81

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    To clear it just do a PU3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thud1023 View Post
    Cool! It now vibrates with each level change..and is quite an effect as you change one level after another. That was very unexpected : )
    Vibrates?

  23. #83

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShineOnYouCrazyDiamond View Post
    Vibrates?
    All SPY 007 Sapphires have haptic feedback motors built inside the flashlight.

    There are three seperate vibratory modes hidden in the easter eggs.


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  24. #84

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    Yes, kind of like a cell phone or pager vibrates..with each click though : )

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    That is sickly awesome - I wish I never knew that! The torture!

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    That is so cool! I'm just figuring out how to mess with it. I needed Dave's awesome video to learn how to get it to 3300...haven't quite got the lingo down yet...

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    Took me a minute to register what happened. I thought the light let off a shock at first, lol. As I was staring at the emitter expecting a candle mode. Great job once again Data!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thud1023 View Post
    Took me a minute to register what happened. I thought the light let off a shock at first, lol. As I was staring at the emitter expecting a candle mode. Great job once again Data!
    LOL, Some blinky light mode!

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    Ok can I get it in simple terms?
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    I second the "simple terms" request....

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