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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Schnoor
    It must have been, George. 4 x 1.5 = 6, 3 x 1.5 = 4.5, or 4:3 = 6:4.5 = 8:6.

    Ray.
    Yes it was. Not sure what I was thinking here. Of course 645 is 4:3! It was definately a long day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm in Fujino
    Or you can build your own piezzo-electric anti-static ioniser gun
    Definately an interesting tool. Let us know how it works... Thanks Norm.
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    One of my worries is about static from when I've been in the car. For some strange reason, here in SC, I get charged up with static. I have to touch something metal with my key in order to discharge as painlessly as is possible. In the garage at night, sometimes I see a bolt of lightning from my key, hitting the door, that's at least an inch long. I worry that with the static that the CCD might suffer.

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    We have that problem in MA in the winter. I've developed a habit of touching the back of my leg to the bottom of the door frame whenever I get out of the car b/c it hurts less. I have also fried my Ipaq a couple of times because of the static...I'm REALLY careful whenever I open up my computer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamison55
    We have that problem in MA in the winter. I've developed a habit of touching the back of my leg to the bottom of the door frame whenever I get out of the car b/c it hurts less. I have also fried my Ipaq a couple of times because of the static...I'm REALLY careful whenever I open up my computer!
    I thought the car was what gave me static. I've been avoiding touching the car.

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    It's too humid here in Texas to get any of that static business.
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    I have the same problem with the dry winter air as jamison here in upstate NY. As long as I am holding onto the metal doorframe before I put my foot on the ground, I will not get a shock. If, on the other hand, I put my foot on the ground and then grab the door frame, I will get a shock.

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