Sony Might Limit Ps5 Orders To One Per Household

Sony Might Limit PS5 Orders To One Per Household

The Sony PS5 is expected to be released later this year. Given the popularity of the PlayStation series in general, we expect that there will most likely be a rush of gamers eager to place their orders. In order to ensure that gamers will be able to purchase the console, it seems that Sony could be employing a preventive measure that will limit one console purchase per household.

This is according to a post on Reddit in which it details the backend code for PlayStation Direct where it suggests that only one household may order one PS5 at a time. Presumably this is done to prevent people from purchasing multiple units at once in order to resell them at higher prices due to potential limited supply at the start.

Ps5 Pre-orders Might Be Going Live Soon

PS5 Pre-Orders Might Be Going Live Soon

Now that the Sony PS5 has been more or less revealed in full, the next thing gamers are probably wondering is how much it will cost and when it will be available for purchase. The good news is that these details should be revealed in the next couple of weeks, at least that’s according to a recent tweet by Roberto Serrano’.

According to Serrano’s tweet, he claims that Sony is expected to reveal the PS5’s price and pre-orders on the 13th of July. While we shouldn’t be taking everything we read on the internet to be the truth, it should be noted that Serrano’ has in the past tweeted out several leaks that have proven to be accurate, such as confirming Sony’s PS5 event back in June before the company announced it themselves.

The Suzuki Jimny Pickup Truck Might Be The Best Jimny

The Suzuki Jimny pickup truck might be the best Jimny

Suzuki showed off a Jimny pickup truck concept at the 2019 Tokyo Auto Salon, and it garnered more positive hype for the already beloved new-generation 4x4. But more than a year later, there are no signs that a production version is coming in the immediate future, if at all. So, members of the aftermarket are building their own. Shropshire Quads out of the United Kingdom takes regular Jimny SUVs and converts them into pickups by lifting the vehicle and adding a metal tub to the rear.

Shropshire Quads has been building Jimny pickups for years. The company started doing the conversions on used models but has since grown to add the new Jimny to the operation, as well. Here's how it all started: 

Recalled 2020 Toyota Highlanders Might Have Faulty Start-stop

Recalled 2020 Toyota Highlanders might have faulty start-stop

Toyota has announced a recall for select 2020 Toyota Highlanders. On models with a 3.5.-liter V6 engine, the Engine Control Unit (ECU) might have an error that could cut off the fuel supply during start-stop. The recall, which affects up to 38,810 vehicles, is expected to start April 24, 2020. 

Toyota filed an official Defect Information Report with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) on March 19, 2020, declaring an issue with the ECU on certain 2020 Highlanders. These Highlanders have a start-stop feature that shuts the engine down and restarts it while a vehicle is temporarily stopped. Due to a programming error in the ECU, the fuel system might malfunction during start-stop, and the gas might not make it to engine. 

Fujifilm X100v Might Come With A Two-way Tilt Screen

Fujifilm X100V Might Come With A Two-Way Tilt Screen

These days our smartphones are more than capable of taking excellent photos, but there are times when a dedicated camera can still get the job done a lot better. This is namely due to a variety of factors, such as having a bigger sensor, bigger lens, better quality glass, and so on. If you’re after such a camera but rather not deal with having to change lenses, Fujifilm’s upcoming X100V could be worth checking out.

According to the latest rumors, it has been suggested that the X100V could actually be borrowing at least one feature from the X-Pro3, and that is its two-way tilt screen. In the past, the tilt screens on Fujifilm’s cameras have typically been limited to folding downwards, but with the X-Pro3, it can also flip out from the side.

Fujifilm X-h2 Might Have Been Cancelled

Fujifilm X-H2 Might Have Been Cancelled

Fujifilm’s flagship camera lineup used to consist of the Fujifilm X-Pro and X-T series, but in 2018, Fujifilm decided to add a new camera to the lineup in the form of the X-H series starting with the X-H1. The camera was Fujifilm’s way of showing that they cared about videographers and included some features aimed at making video capture better.

However, according to a report from Fuji Addict, it seems that the X-H1’s successor, presumably the X-H2, may never see the light of day. Their sources are telling them that within Fujifilm, there is some disagreement about the fate of the camera, with some feeling that it needs to be discontinued while others thinking it should be given a second chance.

Fujifilm X-pro3 Might Be Announced In The Second Half Of October

Fujifilm X-Pro3 Might Be Announced In The Second Half Of October

If you’re looking for a rangefinder style camera that won’t break the bank like a Leica, then Fujifilm’s X-Pro series might be a series of cameras that you are familiar with. Now, the X-Pro2 has been out for a while now, which is why we have started to hear rumors that an X-Pro3 could be close to launching.

Rumors from earlier this year suggest that the camera could launch in 2019, and now a new report from Fuji Rumors claim that the camera might actually be launching in the second half of October. There are no specific dates mentioned yet so it’s really anyone’s guess, but if it’s true, then we only have about a month and a half before we get all the official details.