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image.png From what I can work out, the future control for the Intel RealSense on the ST16 is the left hand button in the group of 3 at the top right of the controller. It's the only one "without a function" in the manual, and I believe it'll just be a push button "On/off". Clearly this will only come into operation when the module is fitted.
I could be wrong, but that's my guess!
 

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View attachment 531 From what I can work out, the future control for the Intel RealSense on the ST16 is the left hand button in the group of 3 at the top right of the controller. It's the only one "without a function" in the manual, and I believe it'll just be a push button "On/off". Clearly this will only come into operation when the module is fitted.
I could be wrong, but that's my guess!
I believe you may be correct!.Is that a young Chris McMillan avatar as a young Whipper Snapper! LOL !
 
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View attachment 531 From what I can work out, the future control for the Intel RealSense on the ST16 is the left hand button in the group of 3 at the top right of the controller. It's the only one "without a function" in the manual, and I believe it'll just be a push button "On/off". Clearly this will only come into operation when the module is fitted.
I could be wrong, but that's my guess!

My guess is that might be a user assignable toggle. We will find out soon enough!
 
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View attachment 531 From what I can work out, the future control for the Intel RealSense on the ST16 is the left hand button in the group of 3 at the top right of the controller. It's the only one "without a function" in the manual, and I believe it'll just be a push button "On/off". Clearly this will only come into operation when the module is fitted.
I could be wrong, but that's my guess!
Hi Chris, I saw that on a YouTube video somewhere and I think your right it's a push on off situation, but I recall also for existing sonar. Man my lips are getting dry from waiting to have a play with this bird!
 

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