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Re: Mark 8 pictures

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  • joshbensadon
    ... I agree with Dan. Almost any new camera is good enough, the trick to good pictures is lighting and a steady camera. Use soft light, that is, light that
    Message 1 of 18 , Feb 26, 2013
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      --- In midatlanticretro@yahoogroups.com, Dan Roganti <ragooman@...> wrote:
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      > There's no need to worry about becoming a photographer here - but
      > knowing the basics can even get you far.

      I agree with Dan. Almost any new camera is good enough, the trick to good pictures is lighting and a steady camera.

      Use soft light, that is, light that comes from everywhere. If you can hang white sheets around your object then point light at those sheets, the light will evenly glow around the object.

      Steady the camera, put it on a tripod, or hold it against a sturdy base.

      At home, I use two 500W flood lights, 1 pointed at the white ceiling and the other pointed at a white sheet I toss over the cabinets behind me. I use a tripod and turn OFF the cheap flash that comes with my camera.
    • Evan Koblentz
      Hey! Turns out my instinct was correct last night. This computer * does * open like a cabinet drawer. Pictures soon, but, for now my dinner is ready. Stay
      Message 2 of 18 , Feb 26, 2013
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        Hey! Turns out my instinct was correct last night. This computer * does * open like a cabinet drawer. Pictures soon, but, for now my dinner is ready. Stay tuned. :)
      • Evan Koblentz
        So ... got it open, took crappy phone pictures, and then closed it / packed for bringing to Trenton. I can t believe how clean this system is inside! Put the
        Message 3 of 18 , Feb 26, 2013
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          So ... got it open, took crappy phone pictures, and then closed it / packed for bringing to Trenton.

          I can't believe how clean this system is inside!

          Put the LED banks back into the front panel holes.

          The card cage is loose on one end. As I mentioned yesterday, I think I heard a screw or nut rattling inside. Didn't want to dig too deep tonight.

          Corey, you'll have an easy time making a case for this unit. Two sides, top, back, ventilation slots, fan is needed, and hole for the power cord.
        • s100doctor
          ... Does MARCH have some original 8008 documentation? Chances are most people seeing this won t know what an 8008 is. They might know what an 8080 is. I
          Message 4 of 18 , Mar 5, 2013
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            --- In midatlanticretro@yahoogroups.com, "Evan Koblentz" <evan@...> wrote:
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            > So ... got it open, took crappy phone pictures, and then closed it / packed for bringing to Trenton.

            Does MARCH have some original 8008 documentation? Chances are most people seeing this won't know what an 8008 is. They might know what an 8080 is. I suppose it would be best, if someone could reprint one of the Intel 8008 manuals so people can paw though it without risk of damage or worse, loss.

            it would save some wear and tear, if photos of the boards could be displayed. I suppose photos of another Mark-8 board's would be a substitute on short notice.

            Herb
          • Mike
            most of what you need in terms of 8008 documentation is online - here are couple of sites. http://bytecollector.com/m8_docs.htm http://www.scelbi.com I m
            Message 5 of 18 , Mar 6, 2013
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              most of what you need in terms of 8008 documentation is online - here are couple of sites.

              http://bytecollector.com/m8_docs.htm
              http://www.scelbi.com

              I'm working on a quick reference card for the SCELBI and 8008. Much of the SCELBI side content is pertinent to the Mark 8. I will eventually get a batch printed on card stock like the old style CPU instruction set quick reference cards. It is designed so it could be folded and/or laminated. If you want a pdf of the current version (it is still being tweaked), let me know.


              Regards,
              Mike W.

              mike@...


              --- In midatlanticretro@yahoogroups.com, "s100doctor" <hjohnson@...> wrote:
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              > --- In midatlanticretro@yahoogroups.com, "Evan Koblentz" <evan@> wrote:
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              > > So ... got it open, took crappy phone pictures, and then closed it / packed for bringing to Trenton.
              >
              > Does MARCH have some original 8008 documentation? Chances are most people seeing this won't know what an 8008 is. They might know what an 8080 is. I suppose it would be best, if someone could reprint one of the Intel 8008 manuals so people can paw though it without risk of damage or worse, loss.
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              > it would save some wear and tear, if photos of the boards could be displayed. I suppose photos of another Mark-8 board's would be a substitute on short notice.
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              > Herb
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            • B. Degnan
              ... couple of sites. ... the SCELBI side content is pertinent to the Mark 8. I will eventually get a batch printed on card stock like the old style CPU
              Message 6 of 18 , Mar 6, 2013
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                -------- Original Message --------
                > From: "Mike" <mike@...>
                > Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2013 10:05 AM
                > To: midatlanticretro@yahoogroups.com
                > Subject: [midatlanticretro] Mark 8 documentation
                >
                > most of what you need in terms of 8008 documentation is online - here are
                couple of sites.
                >
                > http://bytecollector.com/m8_docs.htm
                > http://www.scelbi.com
                >
                > I'm working on a quick reference card for the SCELBI and 8008. Much of
                the SCELBI side content is pertinent to the Mark 8. I will eventually get
                a batch printed on card stock like the old style CPU instruction set quick
                reference cards. It is designed so it could be folded and/or laminated.
                If you want a pdf of the current version (it is still being tweaked), let
                me know.
                >
                >

                Also
                http://vintagecomputer.net/Scelbi/
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