Step 75: Final Steps: Plugging it All Together and Powering it UP

Hopefully your cameras have arrived by now.

Plug your main outlet strip into the wall.

Plug your TV into the outlet strip.

Plug your lights into the outlet strip.

Put fresh rechargeable AAs into your cameras. I recommend Sanyo Eneloop NiMH batteries.

Put fresh rechargeable AAAs into the battery holder for the hub.

Plug the cameras into the hub using the USB cables that came with the cameras.

Plug the video cables (that come with the cameras) into your video switch.

Turn everything on.

Center your lights over the platen.

Revel in the glory that is your machine.
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