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Old April 11th, 2007, 03:18 PM   #1
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Anyone know the length of the V1, I looked in the manual and the website, and the weight is listed, but not the length. I'm trying to figure out what pelican case would fit two of these cameras.
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Old April 11th, 2007, 05:03 PM   #2
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in Centimetres.
Body only, from sunshade to back, 29 cm
if Micro is on, with Rycote on, plus 9 cm at the front
if big Eye piece is on, and straight, + 7 cm at the back
Total length, fully functional 45 cm

(2.54 centimetre to 1 inch)

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Old April 11th, 2007, 08:13 PM   #3
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Thanks for the info, now let me get my cm to inch calculator. :}
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Is there a difference between inch in US and in England?

With miles there is such a thing (haha)

Many years ago, I was driving in England, with my “left hand driven” car. To fast. Then a police man stopped me, and told me, “Only 50 Miles are allowed”

I told him I wasn’t to fast, because 90 km/h are 50 miles (I was thinking of “nautical” miles (1.8 km=1 n-mls). He then told me, a road-mile is only 1.6 km
Then I asked him, *Do you have two kinds of Miles in England, wet and dry?*
He started to smile and let me go

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Steven,

Is there a difference between inch in US and in England?

With miles there is such a thing (haha)

Many years ago, I was driving in England, with my “left hand driven” car. To fast. Then a police man stopped me, and told me, “Only 50 Miles are allowed”

I told him I wasn’t to fast, because 90 km/h are 50 miles (I was thinking of “nautical” miles (1.8 km=1 n-mls). He then told me, a road-mile is only 1.6 km
Then I asked him, *Do you have two kinds of Miles in England, wet and dry?*
He started to smile and let me go

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Ok, I read your thread when after coding my website for too many hours. :}
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