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Just outside the city of Cambridge stands this remarkable, significant but redundant structure. It is something of an icon for science in Cambridge : the city that gave us the electron, the atom split, the double helical nature of DNA … Continue reading
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Getting more out of clickPanPro The first version of the controller offered only 3 steps from H to N. A comment from Tris Mason in NZ prompted me to ask if 4 steps were possible. The advantage of the 4 step … Continue reading
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Working with clickPanPro I’m able to get the rig moving as fast as I can whilst alowing time for it to settle between pan shifts. I’m getting a mix of nadir and horizon cover with tilt steps in between. I … Continue reading