Golf Zone Decca
Korea's first golf rangefinder with optical anti-shake technology has been released. GolfZone Decca (CEO Jung Ju-myung), a global golf rangefinder company, introduced the aim L30 Stabilized, the culmination of 20 years of research and development, 섯다 on the 31st of last month.
The aim L30 Stabilized is the first rangefinder brand in Korea to apply a unique anti-shake technology called 'SCT', one of the optical image stabilization (OIS) technologies, to capture targets steadily even with strong shaking. It also features a design that fits snugly in the hand and the latest GolfBuddy features, including ZST+, to deliver the highest level of distance measurement performance on the field.
SCT is GolfBuddy's proprietary lens-driven image stabilization technology, where a gyro sensor in the aim L30 Stabilized's optics detects when the rangefinder is shaking, and a small motor in the lens drives it to compensate. 카지노사이트랭크 Previous anti-shake rangefinders on the market use a fixed frequency method, which has the disadvantage of slowing down the detection of large shake changes, but GolfBuddy uses a variable frequency method to recognize the... More
by gostopsite_7882 on 2023-09-24 12:09:29
Carlos Alcaraz (#1) of Spain celebrates after defeating Matteo Arnaldi (#61) of Italy during their men's singles round of 16 match at the U.S. Open on Thursday (April 4) in New York City. Alcaraz, who is seeking his second straight title at the tournament, 섯다 won 3-0 (6-3 6-3 6-4) to reach the quarterfinals.
Defending U.S. Open champion Carlos Alcaraz (No. 1-Spain) has reached the men's singles quarterfinals.
Alcaraz defeated Matteo Arnaldi (61st-Italy) 3-0 (6-3 6-3 6-4) on Thursday (local time) in the men's singles round of 16 at the US Open tennis tournament ($65 million-$85.76 billion) in New York, U.S. It was his second straight-set victory in the round of 64 and continued his recent rise.
Alcaraz, who became the youngest player ever to win a major title when he won his first at the US Open last year, 온라인섯다 is looking for his second straight title and third overall.
He will now play the winner of the match between Alexander Tsverev (No. 12-Germany) and Jannik Cinnere (No. 6-Italy) in the quarterfinals.
Alcaraz battled Cinnere for five hours and 15 minutes in the quarterfinals of this event last year, so it will be interesting to see if a rematch... More
by gostopsite_7882 on 2023-09-05 03:14:51