I heard it is awesome.
Yes…the 360 MACHINE has an awesome paint job…I don’t have one but I am sure Mario can snap a shot of it and get it online.
I dropped my camera on Sunday during an inspection and it’s shot.Today is a National Holiday and all retail stores are closed I will buy a new camera on Tue. and post a picture then.
Might as well get two cameras while you are there Mario.
That is probably the tool I am most likely to damage, so now I have a spare.
That’s the plan. It was so frustrating and embarrassing asking the agent if I could use her camera. The inspection was at 10 am and all retail stores were closed until 12pm.
I was so pissed I just dropped it again and it works!!! I will buy two cameras tomorrow anyway. I think this one has served it’s purpose.
Any suggestions? This one is a HP 4 megapixels 6x digital zoom.
While you are there buying two cameras, you might as well buy three sets of batteries, (Digital), because on an Inspection I did Saturday I had one spare set that went bad on me after one set died. I had 40 of the 58 pictures before it went down and what saved me was I had my charger.
Half a dozen pictures for about ten minute charge, but I got through it alright. ha. ha.
Next time I will have four sets. ha. ha. By the time I got done the Attic, my Nachi light batteries went too. My wife gave me hell for going unprepared. ha. ha. I had to agree. 1979 Home took 58 pictures and submitted 56 in the report to show deficiencies. I had better luck with my daughters house in Caribou, Maine which was built in 1959.
I was able to get this camera to work!
This was the concept “Van”. It was designed by my wife’s son he is a Graphic Artist.
I’m good for batteries I always have 6 spares and a charger with me. I guess I wasn’t as smart as I thought I only bought one camera. I will take Brian’s advice and buy two.
I find that on avg. I take about 50 or so pictures of an inspection.
I hate to rub it in Marcel but you missed out on a great Convention!!
Well now that you have, I am really pissed that I could not make it.
I had to get down on my knees to get one day off to inspect my daughter house 265 mile away and have 3 and on half weeks I have not used up of my vacation. Don’t look like I will be taking them soon either.
I am in the three quarters done of an $8,000,000 project and need to start a $3,000,000 next week on the same project.
These College kids, they must have money! Ah well, It’s work.
Wish I could have been there Mario, seems like everyone had a good time.
The door handle and lock in the first pic of four looks like exclamation mark !
Thanks Paul. I never looked at it that way but you are correct!!!
I fully understand I’m just messing with you my friend!!
I would like to use pictures of your van in my marketing presentation. If that is okay with you, would you please email them to the address below. Thank you,
I find the HP’s are easy to use. I have a HP425 that is 5MP and can be found for about $125.00 right now. I have my old 325 as a back up. But honestly, the quality is going up and the prices are coming down…Sweet:D
I’m green with envy, awesome van Dude!:mrgreen:
You have mail.
And if you don’t like these pictures I will do my best to take new pics. BTW I just purchased a couple of new cameras and they take much better pictures than my “broken” down camera!!!
I just purchased 2 HP M525 with 6 megapixels. This camera is very impressive for my purposes.
Thanks for you help.And thanks for the compliment on the Van.
I’m on my third camera in 7 years. I am now using a Canon A540. It sets the flash intensity to suit the distance to the focus point. Great for those long attic shots. 4X lens zoom and 12X digital and 6mp. 2 AA batteries. Previous canon used 4 AA batteries. Much better; faster flash recharge and saving of picture. More pics between battery charges.
Thanks for the pictures.