Like most, my GF sits near a window. With the way that it sits, light can come in through the window and hit the bed, which is something I haven’t noticed before because the curtains are usually there to block the light. Today, though, the wind has been quite aggressive, blowing the curtains around, much easier to hang them up. When my bed refreshed, I noticed that there is much more light because of the natural light, and it made me wonder why the GF’s LEDs don’t aide the flash when the image is taken.
Imagine the LEDs growing in intensity when the image is taken just briefly, the image would be much brighter. Not entirely a great idea, but would be helpful when I’m engraving my black cardstock
Sure, they’d need a surge in power briefly, which may diminish their lifespan, I don’t know anything about that, but I figured I’d throw it out there. I’m really digging the amount of light in the bed right now. Also, change the stickers on PG materials to matte to help the camera read the code more often. It’s strange, sometimes it’ll read, I’ll open the door to flip a design, then it’ll say unknown material after it takes a new image. Strange.