Chris Taylor had it on his website but it's no longer there. A little
googling turned up this;
But there's a much cheaper way of lofting digi cams via a rocket.
Here's the cam I'm building a rocket for;
It fits perfectly in a LOC 2.5" BT and is light enough for E/F/G power.
YES sadly they just did not sell well enough for them :-( Part of the
problem is they wanted just a bit too much for them. $99 from the get
go would have sold so much better.
I think they are available for $60 in Europe but I have never been able
to find a way to "get them" Sadly I only have 2 and would really like
to get a few more. I want to take a couple apart so I can do even more
specialized projects with them but I just wont risk the only 2 I have
Here is the link: http://www.multipod5in1.com /
I wonder why they dropped it. I have one and it's pretty cute.
Haven't lofted it up yet.
Anyone know where you can get a CVS cam? I tried locally and they didn't
have them. Did they make a newer version that is hackproof yet?
I bought one of the dockers to modify but never got around to buying
I have 4 CVS video cams; 3 of the old unlocked firmware and one with the
locked firmware, 3.76 I think. To unlock the locked firmware was pretty
easy but it did involve taking off the cover and performing a short to a
capacitor of some sort.
It seams like every month we get a new CVS store here in MN. If needed
I could scout out a CVS store to see if they still have them. But I
have to admit, it's been 4+ months since I've been to a CVS store so I'm
not a 100% certain if they're still available.
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