Category Archives: Shedcam

On worry.

Or do I mean procrastination? You have read many posts about sanding and fairing, and this is one more, potentially the last (for both our sakes, I hope so). You put the faring batten on the hull, you look for deviations … Continue reading

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It’s not fair!

If you have young children you’ll recognise the other meaning of this exclamation. Actually it’s not an exclamation here, I did expect to have to fair this hull, but I didn’t expect to have to do it so soon… I … Continue reading

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Purbonding time-lapse.

I am still messing with time-lapse photography, I had intended for the entire build to be recorded, but the failure of the DSLR I had employed has left me high and dry. Leaving a replacement $3k camera bolted to the … Continue reading

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Stop motion video of a side panel going on.

The camera I was using to record the build has become a wobbly old piece of history. It is a Kodak 14n camera, one of the finest early full sensor DSLR cameras. We paid about $15k for it in 2003. … Continue reading

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Shedcam test

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