Were there any sightings of the 'infamous' Todd, perhaps working the Dahua booth?
Btw, latency of the podcast was amazingly low for half way around the world, maybe less than < 300ms
If I try, and I have, to desolder a sensor, or any sizable component, it takes me at least 15 minutes of careful heating, and gently applying the braid while slowly releasing the vacuum bulb, before I chuck the whole smoking board into the waste can out of frustration.
With these cameras so cheap, $5-$10, I just assumed that the manufacturing science must be spitting out 90% finished goods.
How can they afford to reuse parts if new ones are so cheap?
Glad to see more podcasts. There is a really interesting dynamic in these discussions that don't come across in articles.
Thanks for the podcast! I really enjoyed it - definitely gives a different perspective to how and where these things are made. Looking forward to the next installment! $3-5 per camera!? That's shocking!