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    I teach manufacturing and am trying to use a Cannon digital video camera to display live welding demos on two 27" monitors. If I use a dark enough filter to keep the "snow" from appearing on the screen all one can see is a small white light. Can anyone help me select a filter for the camera that will allow the students to see the process?

    Thanks

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    write and ask this guy, his video's are decent quality, especially for on the net.

    http://www.savvyhomeadvice.com/WW/DEFAULT.HTM

    - jack

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    • #3
      Just an idea,
      Use an automatic lens such we use in our helmuts. You should be able to adjust it for the correct brightness also.
      It's not an optical illusion...it just looks like one

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      • #4
        DR. STAN...........YES I'VE VIDEO TAPED USEING AUTOMATIC FILTER OVER THE LENSE OF THE CAMERA.............IT WORKS I DID THIS WHILE IN SOUTH DAKOTA TRYING TO FIGURE OUT A PROBLEM A FEW YEARS BACK. THE ENGINEER WANTED TO SEE THE ARC AND LISTEN TO IT AT THE SAME TIME...........WORKED JUST FINE.... ALL I DID WAS TAPE THE LENSE ONTO THE CAMERA THEN USEING THE REMOTE ON/OFF START WORKED GOOD.................... ...ROCK
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        • #5
          You might also contact the folks at the Hobart School for more tips.
          John

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