The design on Kenny Morris's new Digital Elite helmet might be called the Joker, but when it comes to serious face and eye protection the folks at Miller aren't joshing one bit. Designed for professional welders demanding control and flexibility, the Digital Elite series features the precision of a digital control that allows users to set and store their shade, sensitivity, and delay preferences for various applications: "Welding" (shades 8-13), "Cutting" (shades 5-8), "Grinding" (shade 3), and an "x-Mode" (shades 8-13). The "x-Mode" provides full protection for hose instances when there is an arc present, but the sensors are obscured. "x-Mode" eliminates interference from sunlight and out-of-position welding angles, such as those found in pipe welding, or in obstructed or hiddencavity welds.
Boiled down into plain English, what all of this means is that Miller's new Digital Elite helmet is the ultimate answer for someone who doesn't want to hard-boil their eyeballs into oblivion or irradiate their face to resemble a Chernobyl janitor just because they need to chop, grind, or weld.