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PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2014 8:31 pm 
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Gainfully employed starting this summer. Curling iron...maybe. Soldering iron? That would not be an OSHA approved activity for this child. But you never know. I had sixth grade students, male and female, make the modifications on a Sony P41. The girls actually did a better job.

With that in mind, I'm guessing I need help building one of my own. I'd like a wireless flash that will also work in colder temperatures, if at all possible.

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Not sure if anyone is still watching this page but I was curious about how you mount the sensor. It looks like there is some kind of mount on the back but none of photos show it. Wondering if you had a RAM mount on the back or how you did it. I am building up a unit that will be used for Bobcats in a treeless area so wondering what the best solution might be.

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Naturalist wrote:
Not sure if anyone is still watching this page but I was curious about how you mount the sensor. It looks like there is some kind of mount on the back but none of photos show it. Wondering if you had a RAM mount on the back or how you did it. I am building up a unit that will be used for Bobcats in a treeless area so wondering what the best solution might be.

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I am a dealer for RAM products so that is typically what I use for mounts on the products I build and sell. In a treeless area I would use a 3/4" dia steel stake and a RAM u-bolt mount.

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Just wanted to say thanks for making the dSLR walk through! It has certainly made my journey to making a dSLR camera trap a hell of a lot easier! I have just finished waterproofing the motion detector...


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