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Re: operation Dynamo.

Post by Guest on Wed Sep 07 2011, 09:59

Shouldn't blow its a 300w bulb, the light does change quite a bit its just the camera changes to quickly to notice, I can alter the current suppiled so will be fine.

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Re: operation Dynamo.

Post by stationary stu on Wed Sep 07 2011, 10:02

That's ok then Steve, it's difficult on video to see and I'd asked earlier about the bulb size. So are you happy with it now or are you going to add anything else or just wait and see what comes along.

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Re: operation Dynamo.

Post by Guest on Wed Sep 07 2011, 12:37

See what happens, At least Its running something to keep people happy!
I would like to get a Tripod for the light to make it like a old time search light, like used with the stuart turner coast guard sets.

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