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post #21 of 22 Old 04-16-2014, 11:57 AM
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Still not done with my overhead projector idea...instead, mount a digital camera to it, add an av cable to it that is plugged into a nice monitor that projects a larger image of your plans..

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Originally Posted by rrich View Post

Unfortunately as others have said, it is not very stable. As a copy stand for a camera, it might work if the camera has a remote control. Just touching the camera to trip the shutter will cause a wiggle.
A cable release or use of the timer built into the camera will take care of camera shake.

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