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The first camera obscuras were built in the 18th century, consisted of a large building with a series of movable lenses in the roof and a round white ...
Parts required:- The camera is a neat 220 x zoom box camera sourced second hand from ebay. The projetor is a hand held pico projector from eb...
To hold the lid open I installed a tube that is hinged at the bottom and held in place by a small clamp. Attached to the clamp is a socket that the tr...
The charger/12v supply sits in the corner with enough space alongside to store the camera. The wooden surround to the charger contains the sockets for...
This is what it looks like when built up, the camera has gained an aiming tube along the top to make it easier to point.
The only part that does not fit within the box is the drill battery.
I will not get a chance to try this in the field until spring but here are a couple of movies, the first shows how easy it is to set up, http://vimeo....
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