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Angela J. Tate
04-07-2004, 04:03 AM
Hi Everyone,
We are using video cameras in a watery environment, i.e. a fish plant. We use flood lighting in the lab but can tke these lights in the field because they get too hot and a little moisture or crab guts on the bulbs can blow one up. I'm looking for other alternatives for brightening up my data collection area. Any suggestions would be appreciated!
Cheers,
Angela

Angela J. Tate, M.Sc.
Doctoral Candidate
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, NL CANADA A1B 3X5
tel. (709) 737-8994
fax. (709) 737-4042
angelat@engr.mun.ca
www.engr.mun.ca\~angelat

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