Can the system...
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... detect Inter-House Strokes?

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:Big Grin

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(2014-08-26, 10:43)Cutty Wrote: ... detect Inter-House Strokes?


It's classified. I could tell you, but then I'd have to kill you.

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If you assemble it the wrong way, it produces them ... Big Grin
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That's just Paul Revere's lantern trail as he made his famous ride. You must have a really old camera... Tongue
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(2014-08-27, 20:18)W3DRM Wrote: That's just Paul Revere's lantern trail as he made his famous ride. You must have a really old camera... Tongue
Yeah, Kodak Brownie, ... my Mom's elementary school graduation present from 1935... still works... hard to get film for, though,... .

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A firefly on stereoids on its way to mate with the porch light?

But seriously it looks like someone bumped the camera and the only item bright enough to register was the light on the garage.
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(2014-08-29, 16:25)Einar Wrote: A firefly on stereoids on its way to mate with the porch light?

But seriously it looks like someone bumped the camera and the only item bright enough to register was the light on the garage.
Nah... the Brownie has built in Steady Shot, and the tripod was anchored in concrete and protected by a piranha infested moat... and who'd believe a firefly on steroids, especially with a butt bulb that large?

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