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NIKOLAS

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  1. Anybody knows which home appliances might use the 4066 switch ? or can i use anything else that is not a switch but the same type of chip ? Thanks
  2. Does anybody know which home appliances might use the dead bug switch(chip 4066) ? Thanks
  3. The snapshot i have taken is at full auto mode , and is running on 15fps , if i switch the frames to above 25fps then i dont have so many artifacts or lines but the image gets blurry. Yes i have used the adapter for telescope but i get the same results. My laptop is an acer 8942g , nvidia geforce250m which i think is a good(strong)configuration. The only thing that worries me is that maybe is my monitor because its a 1080p full HD and only 60Hz and i think that maybe this is no good for the camera image(maybe cannot support it).But i have tryied it on my desktop pc and the results are the same. Nicholas.
  4. 19.07.2010 Hallo from Greece , my name is Nicholas and the reason that I am writing IS BECAUSE : Recently I found THE PHILIPS SPC900NC and I bought it , but things are not going well according to all these good reviews that I have read here and there , it seems that I am the only one who has so many problems quality wise , with this camera. The streaming image that I get is either blurry or very crispy or with a lot of artifacts making it so difficult to focus on anything in the night sky. So I opened my camera and I made some photos of the inside that I would appreciate if you can check it and tell me your opinion. I think I don’t have an original version of the Philips. Please if you think its true , help me to post these photos as NOT ORIGINAL VERSION of philips spc900nc. If you need bigger size of these pics I can send them to you. please check a snapshot that i took and check for the details on the white walls on the corners and on a small red light that is located on the right at the upper end of the photo. I would appreciate your comments Kind Regards Nicholas
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