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Laying Out the Board
Preparing a Schematic
Holding the Camera
PCB Concepts and Materials
Circuit Board Design Class
Tripods and Supports
Important Camera Settings
Getting to Know your Camera
For this class project (as well as the preceding one), I am using an older digital point-n-shoot - a Pentax OptioS10, which is our everyday lightweight camera. We have a DSLR, but that will be brought out for more complex lessons.The below bird feeder shots were taken using the following modes: Daylight, Shade, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Adjust (basically ordering the camera to automatically adjust, like the default Auto mode which didn't come into play for this set).
In a quiet, hard-to-find park in Waukesha, Wisconsin (west of Milwaukee and east of the state capitol), stands Hillcrest Park, formerly known as the control center for the M-74 Nike missile base. These photos are of the two radar towers remaining. The missile launch bays are a mile south in a secure area. A piece of the Cold War in my own backyard....
Choosing a Camera, Tools and Supplies
How to Re-string a Classical Guitar
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The 55 Gallon Drum Garden: We Have the Drums, Now What Do We Do?
The MicroCamper a.k.a "Fat Berta"
Cheaply Record Studio-quality Music
Ultimate Road Trip Car Conversion (Honda Fit)
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