Saturday, December 13, 2014

Looking for a new home for my Sony NEX-C3 and a bunch of lenses and stuff

I am selling my Sony NEX-C3. It includes the Sony SEL1855, the Sony SEL1628, legacy lens adapters for Pentax K, M42, L/M39, Minolta MD, Canon FD and Nikon F(g), one Mitakon Wide MC 2.8/28, one Tokina 80-200, extra battery, charger and a bunch of other stuff. The Buy It Now price barely covers the two Sony lenses and the legacy lens adapters, so everything else is just gravy. And yes, I am accepting offers through the auction page. 

Here's the auction

Friday, February 14, 2014

Add custom speed settings to your ifit map workout allows you to build a workout walk/race/bike route simply by clicking on a Google Maps interface. You can then use a compatible ifit-enabled workout machine to recreate the route automatically. The problem is that the user interface still isn't final, so there are features in place that aren't exactly obvious.

For example, if you create a workout your machine starts at 1 MPH, because that's the default. But how to set it to start at say, 3 MPH?

Easy, just switch from map view to graph view:

That button switches from the Google Maps interface to a chart that allows you to visualize and control effort:

You can't change the elevation, this is fixed due to the geography that you selected. But you can drag the yellow (speed line) to change the speed of your device. 

What if you want to have segments at different speeds?

Easy, just click and drag and it will break the line, and you can drag each segment of the line independently:

As you can see, my route is now broken into three segments, each at a different speed.  I don't know if this works with all devices, but it definitely works with my Proform CST-505.