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  1. OrangeGuac

    Battlefield V

    I think there may be an issue with the calculator and BF V. In BF 1 when you aimed down iron sights your FOV did not change (so my iron sights 360 distance was was exactly the same as my hip fire 360 distance). In BF V, when you aim down iron sights the FOV does change so my iron sights 360 distance is now higher/larger than my hip fire 360 distance; however, in the calculator it stills shows them as the same.
  2. OrangeGuac

    Insurgency: Sandstorm

    What is focus sensitivity?
  3. OrangeGuac

    Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege

    Appreciate the comments and work but wouldn't you need to test sensitivity pre vs post patch?
  4. OrangeGuac

    Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege

    Yeah, a couple of the pros said sens has changed with the latest update (the one in production not TTS). Would be nice if you could run a check on it. TIA.
  5. OrangeGuac

    Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege

    I play R6 more than any other game and try to match sensitivities in other games to R6. R6 basically has hipfire, 1x and 2.5x. Is there a mathematical formula I could use to determine what other sensitivities would be. For example, if they add a 4x or 5x scope to R6, is there a formula I could use to determine what the cm/360 would be? Thanks for any help.
  6. OrangeGuac

    Call of Duty: WWII

    Thanks for doing this so quickly.
  7. OrangeGuac

    PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

    I'm guessing this may be a simple answer but I'm not getting it. I understand hip fire and 2x-15x but what do targeting and scoping represent in the calculator (is one of these for iron sights)? Thanks for any help.
  8. OrangeGuac

    Battlefield 1

    Awesome job on the new calculator. So glad I found this site and spent the money (saves a huge amount of time). I've set BF1 up to match my sensitivities from Rainbow Six Siege and this was easy with the calculator. My cm/360 from R6S are: Hip: 18.6965 Iron/1x: 31.16083 Acog/2.5x: 53.4186 This was easy to set up but how do I extrapolate for those not available in R6S? Is it simply multiplicative: If 2.5x = 53.4186, does 5x = 53.4186 x 2 = 106.8372 or is it not simply a matter of multiplying by 2? If so, what formula should I use to figure out 5x, 10x, and all the other zoom levels? Any help would be appreciated.
  9. OrangeGuac

    Battlefield 1

    Thanks for the help, appreciated.
  10. OrangeGuac

    Battlefield 1

    In-game, if I set FOV (vertical) to 86 it shows a horizontal FOV of 102. In the calculator, if I enter 86 as the vertical FOV is shows an actual horizontal FOV of 112. Which is correct? I want a hfov of ~102. Thanks.