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Re: [TCML] top load and photography (tripod grounding)

I have son, except he got married and moved to LA (I'm in the Chicago area).
Unfortunately my daughter who's still in the neighborhood isn't real fond of
the coils, plus they seem to upset her lizards.
Speaking of coils :) hey Bart, yeah, ok, you were right about the spark gap. I
threw on a multi-gap that I had laying around. Not very pretty and probably
"lossy" (mounted on wood), but even with that I probably had a 50% increase in
length, pushing up to around 3 feet now. I'm going to get more fittings and put
one together that I wouldn't be embarassed to show! Thanks for the gap tip,


Quoting Peter Terren <pterren@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:

> For my bigger projects I am in the middle doing things with sparks while one
> son does the camera and the other does the video.  My wife runs the variac.
> My life in her hands seems to fit well with her. Quality time I suppose.
> Sometimes I wish I had more sons.
> Peter
> www.tesladownunder.com
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "bartb" <bartb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Hi Peter,
> >
> > This is what son's are for. I handle the coil. My son handles the camera.
> > The camera and my son are electrically connected before the coil starts
> > running. I'm free to do my thing. A second person really helps with
> > camera's and coils (son or whoever).
> >
> > Take care,
> > Bart
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