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 Post subject: Re: Microsoft LifeCam Cinema webcam (HD)
PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:48 pm 
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Peter,

You mentioned tonight that you were looking for a T ring for your Canon 650D. The place I got mine from was Sky's the Limit. He also sells through E-Bay as skies_unlimited

The guy's called Alan and I've bought quite a few things from him including a laser collimator, eye pieces and accessories such as the T ring. I've always found him to be very helpful.

Phil

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 Post subject: Re: Microsoft LifeCam Cinema webcam (HD)
PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 1:52 pm 
sorry for my tardiness in picking this up - i bought the bigger of the 2 models. I also had the same billet adaptor as Phil & Billy Bones.
The main difference between the 2 models (when fitting to the billet adaptor) was that in the guide (ghonis) the unit used had the usb lead for the camera going straight into the back of the unit.
Mine didnt. This meant that i had to get a little bit creative to get the stripped down unit into the billet adaptor. This is where the gary honis website left me in the wind as the instructions intimated that i wouldnt get the upper & lower components to fit - but i did lol.

I wouldnt say it was difficult, but its been so long ago that i cant say it was easy either. If memory serves, i had some mojito's in my toolkit that helped stoke up the bravado before effectively destroying a £50+ webcam.

The most difficult bit was not touching the chip - which i failed to achieve...

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 Post subject: Re: Microsoft LifeCam Cinema webcam (HD)
PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 6:22 pm 
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Amartin wrote:
The most difficult bit was not touching the chip - which i failed to achieve...



Same here :( I think Ross posted a link to some CCD cleaner fluid which I still need to buy.

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