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  1. Oh right- now I've got to look at all my 1929's and 1861's again...more varieties very day!!
  2. blakeyboy

    Digital camera question

    My phone runs on logs.
  3. blakeyboy

    Counterfeit Georgian Copper Coins R Coleman

    I didn't know Rob had a large library and sells books either.... ...that's useful info. Are the sales just on this forum, or does he have a website?
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    Digital camera question

    ah...I'm trying not to use a laptop or smartphone as a remote, and I'm not bothered about the storage size- I just want the video to 'loop through' the camera into a remote monitor, so I can monitor continuously... Maybe I'll find that the first problem is stopping the camera going to sleep...
  5. I wonder if anyone on here can answer this question.. Have there been cheap digital cameras that have the ability to output video all the time, and have a wired remote input so, for example, with it on a telescope, or facing a bird table, I can check what it's seeing remotely, and take a picture remotely, and without any shake....? I don't want to get an expensive one and expose it to damage- I want to mess about with a cheap secondhand one....
  6. If you really mean no, send them this:
  7. blakeyboy

    I love Venn diagrams!!

    About what, exactly?
  8. Rob, if their activities fall short of being lawful, why don't members who have a grievance set up a sting, rather than individually complaining? There must be a way of catching these people out with a planned set of bids.....
  9. Nicely made. For scale, the top of box 12cm square. Maybe a sighting cross staff? The base is just a tapering hole as if it just sits on a pole....
  10. Dr Heisenberg might have been a member of this forum.....
  11. blakeyboy

    Ebay's BEST Offerings

    Remember when you used to look at a pile of ED v11 pennies and could pull out the 1909 ones just by the colour? Were they renowned as a weak strike?
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    Ebay's BEST Offerings

    ...or maybe the annealing process was different, so the metal was harder before being struck, or work hardened differently in the fraction of a millisecond while being struck, thus flowing differently....
  13. This, I've realised, heavily influenced me. The music is where the Human League were when they started.....amazing for it's era....
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