Over the last few months, I've been accumulating the parts to make 200 camera stabilizers...
they include various stuff...
consisting of very nice nylon cord, 1/8" and virtually un-tangle-able,
200 ring washers, 1-1/4" OD, 1" ID', inscribed with Copyright symbol and 'firstname.lastname@example.org
', (200 of them... the inscribing is the most tedious part of this assembly, and I have just over 30 done by now... the scribe is noisy and irritating... gotta keep my headphones on with Shpongle going, for sanity and inspirational purposes),
200 copper crimp sleeves,
200 ring terminals, tapped (today) to 1/4-20 thread, which is what all cameras' tripod threading is,
200 1/4-20 X 3/8 hex socket cap screws, stainless steel,
200 little drawings, showing how to use it,
200 decals of the MAN, made with love by my son, and long-time burner, Aaronious, and
200 little zip lock bags to package them.
Last year, I gave over 100 of these away before day two, except for the several saved aside for special people at the Meet'n'Greet,, and the comments from the various 'professional' photographers I encountered were enough to make me want to make (at least) twice as many for the next burn.
Looks like it'll be a happenin' thang!!!
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