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"John Barager" <gogetta20-at-hotmail.com>
Fri, 19 Nov 2004 22:15:24 -0400
I'm in the same school-bound boat there buddy. Fortunatly it's Univertsity
not High School. I might even have been able to make it to the last battle
(Maryland's not that far away, lol) but School was in the way.
Oh well, on the bright side, I have the full resources of the academic
libraries for refrence on my tank. When I decide on a material..
Which brings me to an odd question regarding Cameras. Has anyone tried an
actual pariscope setup yet? And if so, does it work?
And my final question, how much battle footage, timewise, do you get out of
a sall broadcast camera like the one on say, the Hetzer?
----Original Message Follows----
Subject: Re: Camera
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2004 05:38:24 EST
I am in highschool still and in south Florida so just getting
transportation to and from after school activities can be a hassle for me.
I would love
to come to a battle but due to the massive amounts of homework the IB
gives my tank is not completed. On the brighter note, I may be traveling
through Maryland in June of 2005 on my way back from an England and Normandy
In a message dated 11/18/2004 7:27:37 PM Eastern Standard Time,
Since the camera is strictly for entertainment of the
masses ,the boys have made the camera exempt from
hits. During Bon Voyage 2, the camera was never hit .
Most hits are generally side low so most of the
battlers aim lower. In the first battle that the
camera was used it only sustained 1 hit. So mount the
biggest camcorder that your tank and batteries can
handle. Wink, wink. Nudge, nudge. Say no more. :-).
John" yes, that's from Monty Python" Pittelli
P.S. You coming north for the spring battle?
--- Marmfam3-at-aol.com wrote:
> John P.
> I know that hits on the copula and accessories
> such as fuel drums count
> as hits, but what about when you have your camera
> mounted on the top of your
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- Re: Camera
- From: Joe Sommer <anvilus9-at-adelphia.net>