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Hi there, thank you for the comment! I used an Olympus Tough TG-860 for these pictures, so I didn't have as much control over the mechanical aspects of my shoot as I might have wished. On that camera and model, the macro setting is VERY beginner friendly, so I didn't get to change any of those. :(I do know from experience that the faster your shutter speed is, the clearer the photo will be, but if you go too high, it will be pixelated. Other than that, I don't know. Thanks for you attention though!If anyone else has information on these things, please comment and tell me so I can learn!
All in all that is a great instructable. I love seeing people make tesla coils, because Nikola Tesla was an amazing man and inventor, who died friendless and hated. Only later did they discover how much he changed the world. Great job! I have never seen one made without capacitors at the bottom, to regulate to power flow and help create the magnetic field that makes the top wire broadcast energy. So this was a fresh and new idea to me. Thanks!
Whoah. That is massively cool.
yep. I voted too. I wish I had the skills and supplies to make one... *sigh*
Totally gonna do this soon!
That might work, but I would worry that they would get slippery from the sweat on your hands. Maybe put tape around them?
Thats really cool!Congrats on a great instructable!I'll have to make this soon...
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