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    a quick google of error 1935 shows that it maybe...

    a quick google of error 1935 shows that it maybe a .NET issue, make sure its up to date. if it is, you may need to re-install it. its could also be an issue with security software, or registry fault...
  2. The main thing that I have set interrupts on is...

    The main thing that I have set interrupts on is the fast capture unit, it made use of the internal voltage ladder. Response time is around 3us @64Mhz, a fractions of time it take to either trigger a...
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    Be it for future implementation EV is calculate...

    Be it for future implementation EV is calculate as log2 (fstop sqrd/ shutter time). rearranged you can get the shutter speed from fstop squrd/ 2 ^Ev. I havem't had a need for obtaining Fstop from EV....
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    Hardware aside the maths would be the tricky side...

    Hardware aside the maths would be the tricky side of things. A single stop is half the amount of light, and to get an f-stop one of 1 the ratio would be 1/(sqrt 2).

    I will try and get more info up...
  5. I suspect it is to make life easier to supply...

    I suspect it is to make life easier to supply power to pin 20. its only reason I can think that any one would want to take power that way.
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    C.5 is the clock signal, C.4 is SR latch reset....

    C.5 is the clock signal, C.4 is SR latch reset.
    C.5 is set to a PWM, this is fed into the NAND which will only give the output when just one of the SR latches are activated - this is the function of...
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    It will be essentially 2 of the timers a posted a...

    It will be essentially 2 of the timers a posted a link 2 earlier.
    as for signal source, could be just about anything. In the video I use a switch as one input (and to activate the camera) and a...
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    If it helps this is the time that the new one wo...

    If it helps this is the time that the new one wo be bad one

    http://www.picaxeforum.co.uk/showthread.php?28067-High-accuracy-timer&highlight=nano
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    Yes I could, but pulses sent into the timer could...

    Yes I could, but pulses sent into the timer could theoretically be very should which maybe missed by the picaxe.
    I will just have to use 3 ICs

    Thanks for the info.
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    12x 2 Input NAND Gates

    I am musing about a new timer based on the one I have already built (which is based on work done by hippy). as a prototype it work as well as anticipated.
    The new timer will actually be 2 timers,...
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    gonna need a bit more, how is it failing? can we...

    gonna need a bit more, how is it failing? can we have some pictures? which download lead are you using?
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    each slot is its own programme, I don't think...

    each slot is its own programme, I don't think there is any compression going on, seems it would be too bulky and time consuming to decompress

    you can share symbols using an include directive, same...
  13. these look very similar to the motors used in...

    these look very similar to the motors used in cheap compact camera (minus linear drive) to operate the zoom and focus on the lens.
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    I am intrigued by the no named variables. I...

    I am intrigued by the no named variables. I normally hold b0 and b1 for software bit flags, then have at least 2 byte variables for temporary use. With that I normally try and use two in the same...
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    flash is just a solid state non volatile memory...

    flash is just a solid state non volatile memory format. essentially the same as hard disk drive without the moving parts.
    There is no requirement for anything to specifically use flash within a...
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    Did make a couple of mistakes along the way, took...

    Did make a couple of mistakes along the way, took a few hours but get there in the end.
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    I don't if this will just confuse thing, but I...

    I don't if this will just confuse thing, but I used opto isolators for my camera remote shutter

    project here: http://www.picaxeforum.co.uk/showthread.php?26768-High-speed-photography
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    I will try and get a pick up soon. I found the...

    I will try and get a pick up soon.
    I found the board is FR2 - which IIRC does have some paper, wiki quotes as having low moisture resistance. living on Dartmoor means its always a bit on the damp...
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    I do work night shift

    I do work night shift
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    sorry, tiss. not long awake when I posted.

    sorry, tiss. not long awake when I posted.
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    Its home brew board. The FETs have a 10K between...

    Its home brew board.
    The FETs have a 10K between gate and drain. they are IRF9520 (n type FET). The circuit works perfectly on bread board.
    If I remove the FETs there is still voltage on the gate...
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    Conductive PCB substrate

    Just built up a board, basic tests showed things to be fine, until I tested the MOSFET output. no matter what they always had and output - and an input. After mush pocking around with a multi meter I...
  23. the first thing that stands out to me is you call...

    the first thing that stands out to me is you call the interrupt and then a goto command, you never return to the interrupt and never return from the interrupt which I would think will cause a stack...
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    reasonably sure you have missed the point of the...

    reasonably sure you have missed the point of the original LED density. and for that matter, the density of the 10mm LEDs, the gaps in the strips are not what one would call ideal, its why the LEDs...
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    He's more deaf than blind. You can often hear the...

    He's more deaf than blind. You can often hear the TV from the bottom of the drive duty all Windows and doors closed
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