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Old 14-12-2011, 11:59 AM
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you're so right! About a week ago I rode home from the city amid a gathering lightning storm thinking if I can just get home and set the camera up even without the trigger (which hadn't arrived) I should get something. The storm was getting so bad my wife even picked me up in the car - droive home with massive lightning all around us.

Raced into the house grabbed the camera gear. Even as I screwed it onto the tripod the frequency diminished. The last strike occurred just as I took the lens cap off!

Anyway - maybe some summer storms down at the coast over Christmas.

The rigger was slightly damaged when it arrived. The On/Off switch had come loose from the rather light amount of glue holding it in place. It was only in a lightly padded bag for postage so I think it happened in transit. I've let them know


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