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LizaTrainer
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Home made cam mount.

Post by LizaTrainer » Wed Oct 04, 2006 5:00 am

new design, well it still needs work, and I'm going to put a battery inside insted of lead weights, with a little coard, so you can plug in and go for eight hrs non stop. :D



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Post by UFProductions » Wed Oct 04, 2006 5:08 am

ZOMG, you're back! As always I'm impressed with your work, neat little gadget. How are you going to rig up a battery for that?
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RE: Home made cam mount.

Post by Epsilon » Wed Oct 04, 2006 6:41 pm

You need a trigger that activates the record button! :lol:

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Re: RE: Home made cam mount.

Post by LizaTrainer » Fri Oct 06, 2006 7:29 pm

UFProductions wrote:ZOMG, you're back! As always I'm impressed with your work, neat little gadget. How are you going to rig up a battery for that?

Safe to say it wont be made of wood, lol.

Did you know moast cams are 7.2vdc or 9.6vdc, same as an R.C. car or plane.

All you need to do is splice your wires together in the right way + or - and your in.

You can run your cam for 8 to 10 hrs for around $20.00, and not spend $80.00 or $100.00 to do it for each battery.

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Re: RE: Home made cam mount.

Post by LizaTrainer » Fri Oct 06, 2006 7:32 pm

Epsilon wrote:You need a trigger that activates the record button! :lol:
Look at pic 3 from the bottom, your thumb can hit the REC button just fine. :wink:

This is just the first one of this kind, I will come up with more.

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