Pinpoint vs Analog

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I just have to strongly disagree with anyone who says pinpoint is better. Analog is just as accurate and less margin for error. You a millisecond off with pinpoint and the ball just goes anywhere it wants. Analog you mess up it atleast still ends up in the vicinity.

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Well that’s the point... with both at perfect input, pinpoint is the most accurate because the “PAR” will be smaller.

All your describing is that pinpoint for you is more difficult because you can’t pull off perfect input often enough to reap the rewards

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@mickdrenalenswag said in Pinpoint vs Analog:

I just have to strongly disagree with anyone who says pinpoint is better. Analog is just as accurate and less margin for error. You a millisecond off with pinpoint and the ball just goes anywhere it wants. Analog you mess up it atleast still ends up in the vicinity.

As a pitcher, I spend way more time trying to mess with people's timing than location. I stick with analog because if I make a mistake, it usually doesn't end up middle-middle and the timing can still screw someone up.

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@mickdrenalenswag said in Pinpoint vs Analog:

I just have to strongly disagree with anyone who says pinpoint is better. Analog is just as accurate and less margin for error. You a millisecond off with pinpoint and the ball just goes anywhere it wants. Analog you mess up it atleast still ends up in the vicinity.

You have a .05 margin for error I believe it is on most pitches to still get perfect input. I actually found PP easier to pickup then when I switched to analog years ago. And they are both easier than meter. But yeah, PP definitely is more rewarding.