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dmach8

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After quickly throwing my first attempt I checked out what everyone was doing and tried a little of everything. Testing stage is over, time to get in the woods.
The set up sony P41 with a field pix CB4 board ( I have a Pix controller on back order so we should be in buisness).
Check new Cam here.
Hope no one gets offended if they see something they started, all I can say is thank you and everyone has a lot of talent with these cams.
Thank You,

Steve
 

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Steve, looks really good. Go get them pictures for us. We rely upon living vicariously through these cameras when we can hunt. So keep us going with pics.

Great job.
 

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Nice, I like the cable guide idea. I will use that.
 

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That is a fine looking cam. I just wish my first cam came out 1/2 as good the one you constructed. My first cam came in an army ammo can. I doen't look pretty but it is still working.
 

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My first looked like a spiders web, after looking at everything
everyone was doing here it seems there is no end to the ideas
that will be put to use. If this gets the quanity pics that my Cuddeback
has with the picture qaulity being so much better it should be excellent.
Now to watch ebay for more cams.
By the way I have a RS 232 board from Pix, No camera. Haymaker suggests
The olympus d360L is ideal for this setup and faster then most.. If I can't find a camera I would be willing to Sell to someone who could put it to use..
Steve
 

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