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Re: Could lightning flashes damage a camcorder ?

Von: Skybuck Flying (intothefuture@hotmail.com) [Profil]
Datum: 13.04.2010 10:47
Message-ID: <e5391$4bc42f8f$d53371df$12168@cache1.tilbu1.nb.home.nl>
Newsgroup: sci.electronics.design alt.video alt.comp.periphs.videocards.nvidia
"Greegor" <greegor47@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:b17da34f-a735-4f59-9e9a-8ec7dc0c7e91@r27g2000yqn.googlegroups.com...
On Apr 12, 8:05 pm, Robert Baer <robertb...@localnet.com> wrote:
> Skybuck Flying wrote:
> > Hello,
>
> > I am thinking about purchasing/ordering an "expensive" camcorder...
with
> > sound option too ! ;) :)
>
> > I might use it sometime to film a thunderstorm...
>
> > I am wondering if such "thunder flashes" might damage the camcorder
?
>
> > Like a human's eye staring into the sun for too long ?
>
> > Can a camcorder be damage by filming the sun as well ?
>
> > Currently I am reading the review of the latest and greatest "rave"
;)
> > :):
>
> >http://www.camcorderinfo.com/content/Panasonic-HDC-TM700-Camcorder-Re...
>
> > This camcorder does have a little sound issue with the
"build-in-fan"
> > but it
> > doesn't seem to bad... ?!?
> > (If I do buy it I hope I won't regret... maybe a piece of paper can be
> > placed over the fan input air hole to temporarely reduce the noise ?;))
>
> > Also some people were complaining about some kind of "gravity
lock"...
> > can't
> > film in certain angles ? or rotations ?
>
> > I hope that it can at least point it towards the ground and the sky ?
>
> > Bye,
> > Skybuck.
>
> "Mind flashes" from idiot Skybucks are far more dangerous than
> anything else in nature!

"
Have you got ADHD Skybuck?
"

LOL, Just because I am very active on usenet doesn't mean I have ADHD ! =D

Bye,
skybuck ;) =D



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