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I am always seeing the inverted image before I see the correct image through the lens and it can be difficult to see the ink lines through the image. It is also really easy to bump the device and the I spend the next 5 mins trying to line everything up again. Also feel like I need a zoom capability as everything I draw seems to fit into the space of a business card. how do I fill an a4 page with 1 image?
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The NeoLucida works in a limited way, as the prism is too small to be useful. It takes a lot of strain for my eyes to trace an object with that little view. I know there is a version with a larger prism but I couldn’t afford the higher price.
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so small it is practically useless
do not buy
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The NeoLucida does exactly what is said about it.
It does, however, take some getting used to and some fine-tuning to get proper results. The field of view is very small and it is a bit finicky to work with. You need to adjust it right in the first place because adjusting it during the process of drawing is not possible without having to start over.
But again, this is not by any means the fault of Big Idea Design LLC as it is simply how the device works. If a slightly larger field of vision was possible, however, it would be pleasant. I know there's a much larger model, but it might be possible to design an in-between NeoLucida design where the prisms are simply a bit larger. It might be worth exploring at least.