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DPRG: Sonar

Subject: DPRG: Sonar
From: JAMES VROMAN james at vroman.com
Date: Sat Mar 13 16:16:04 CST 1999

Jim Brown wrote:
> 
How many do you have???
I would be interested in trying 2 of them.

> >I think we still have some of the bulk sonar sensor buy left.
> >
> >These were pulls from cameras and not quite as easy to use as the normal
> >Polaroid ones, but still functional at around $15 for transducer and
> >little controller.
> >
> >If we still have some left, Jim Brown probably has them...
> 
> Yep, I still have them.  Although calling them easy to use may
> be quite a stretch.  So far I don't know of anyone in our group
> who has had the time to get them working properly.  I almost got
> mine working, but it wasn't working right.  Maybe until someone
> can get one working that can hold his hand through it, I wouldn't
> advise someone to use one.  He may want to stick with a Polaroid
> 6500 since many have gotten those working ok.
> 
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