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Is there a way to secure a vcr to a desktop in a way to be able to use it for editing so that it can't be knocked off by pets or dragged off if someone catches the foot in a chord... ? Thanks...

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    Is there a way to secure a vcr to a desktop in
    a way to be able to use it for editing so that
    it can't be knocked off by pets or dragged off
    if someone catches the foot in a chord... ?
    Thanks


    Not so quick Guest

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    I meant camcorder not vcr.

    "Not so quick" <goodideaSSPPAAMMlvcm.com> wrote in message
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    > Is there a way to secure a vcr to a desktop in
    > a way to be able to use it for editing so that
    > it can't be knocked off by pets or dragged off
    > if someone catches the foot in a chord... ?
    > Thanks
    >
    >

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    Oh look....

    Buy (for video) [url]http://www.shotcopy.com/index2.htm[/url]
    Build your own>>> [url]http://www.frontiernet.net/~rjacob/copystnd.htm[/url] ( this
    is the one I remember in the magazine)
    You build this one of PVC
    [url]http://csigizmos.com/products/photography/photostand.html[/url]
    ((Home depot is gonna love you!! haha))
    [url]http://www.marietta.edu/~mcshaffd/macro/copy.html[/url]
    EBAY: search for "Copy Stand"

    MAKE SURE IT IS SQUARE !!! the film plane is perpendicular to the surface is
    copying flat items.
    How you ask? well what I do is lay down a little piece of mirror, if you
    cam look through and see your eye ... you should be good !

    Dan R.



    >
    > >
    >
    > Hey Gaff,
    > I'd like to build something that would be secure and
    > allow me to take digital photos of regular photos.
    > It seems much quicker than scanning. Any ideas?
    >
    >

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    "Dan R" <doktterSPAMLESShotmail.com> wrote in message
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    > Oh look....
    >
    > Buy (for video) [url]http://www.shotcopy.com/index2.htm[/url]
    > Build your own>>> [url]http://www.frontiernet.net/~rjacob/copystnd.htm[/url] ( this
    > is the one I remember in the magazine)
    > You build this one of PVC
    > [url]http://csigizmos.com/products/photography/photostand.html[/url]
    > ((Home depot is gonna love you!! haha))
    > [url]http://www.marietta.edu/~mcshaffd/macro/copy.html[/url]
    > EBAY: search for "Copy Stand"
    >
    > MAKE SURE IT IS SQUARE !!! the film plane is perpendicular to the surface
    is
    > copying flat items.
    > How you ask? well what I do is lay down a little piece of mirror, if you
    > cam look through and see your eye ... you should be good !
    >
    > Dan R.
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > >
    > > >
    > >
    > > Hey Gaff,
    > > I'd like to build something that would be secure and
    > > allow me to take digital photos of regular photos.
    > > It seems much quicker than scanning. Any ideas?
    > >
    > >
    >
    >
    The flange on the do-it-yourself
    pic made my day. I've got a simpler
    version that I'll share when it's done.
    I just wasn't sure how to mount it to
    the base, duh : -) . And the two pieces
    of 3/4 " plywood should be plenty
    heavy to hold the camera. Cool
    Thanks


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