We have the same problem, with poor screen performance under daylight conditions in general, with Erik. We are a company specializing in underwater underwater inspections/surveys and have bought the equipment (along with the M2 Pro Max ROV and a lot of accessories/sensors) for commercial use. The advertised brightness (1,000 nits) is a false, I would say misleading, statement as we possess other ROV control consoles and handheld controllers rated with same or even lower screen brightness which are actually usable under direct sunlight, not comparison whatsoever with this low performance monitor. If you add in the equation that the GPS sensor is embedded in the Console, in which case in order to have USBL functionality the Console should be be carried along by the user in clear sky and open environment, the overall operation is almost impossible with the CC. Wonder why we spend so much money for this procurement.
What is Chasing going to do to upgrade this product and how will the users already bought this low quality monitor, for a high price, are going to benefit form any renewal?
For BM Consulting,
Capt. Alexandros Bekas