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#3095081 - 12/25/12 02:59 PM Homebrew Teaching
monsterbuck07
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I would love to be able to make a Homebrew but I have NO CLUE as to where to start. If anyone wants to meet up sometime in Middle TN and teach me, I'll buy the parts and meet ya if we can get something set up, thanks!
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#3095089 - 12/25/12 03:09 PM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: monsterbuck07]
Beekeeper
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1 five gallon crock, 1 can of malt.....

Wait a minute!!
Wrong kind of home brew!!!
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#3095094 - 12/25/12 03:13 PM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: Beekeeper]
FIREMANJIM
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I offered to hold a get together last year but no one showed much interest in it...
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#3095143 - 12/25/12 05:28 PM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: FIREMANJIM]
Good time Charlie
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I done one step by step and no one was interested..I am building 2 right now ,get enough interest.... we may try it again.
Jim can help me along,It is a real good hobby to get into.
You are not going to get rich selling them as Jim can testify.
But they are addicting after the first one.You will have at least 150 bucks in one,but it will last you for years and if it messes up you can fix it. And in my opinion the picture quality is second to none.
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#3095193 - 12/25/12 06:06 PM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: Good time Charlie]
monsterbuck07
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Not wanting to get rich just wanting to learn for myself.
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#3095205 - 12/25/12 06:17 PM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: monsterbuck07]
FIREMANJIM
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http://WWW.Camtrapper.Com
http://WWW.HagsHouse.Com
http://WWW.Outdoor-Talk.Com
http://WWW.DIYTrailcams.Com

Join these forums for more info....
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#3095230 - 12/25/12 06:42 PM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: FIREMANJIM]
TheAirMan
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For me the hardest part was finding a place that had what all you had to have and what all you had to do. Seems like there was a little info here and a little there. Good Time Charlie helped me out on my first one. Now they are a piece of cake. The guys over on hagshouse and FiremanJim helped me out a lot with a video build I done. That was a little more complicated and aggravating. A problem I've ran into is I really like building the cams but I don't have many places to hunt so I don't need that many cams. I have an S600 build started and another one to do after it then I will probably slow down for a while.
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#3095318 - 12/25/12 07:39 PM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: TheAirMan]
cmoses
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If anyone that builds homebrew cameras lives on north side and wouldn't mind teaching me how to build them I would appreciate it
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#3095371 - 12/25/12 08:05 PM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: cmoses]
Good time Charlie
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The hardest part is hacking the camera, the rest is easy
Drilling your holes for the box may be a bit Diff.
I WISH EVERYONE KNEW HOW TO BUILD HOMEBREWS..
You would kick yourslf in the butt for not doing this sooner
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#3095469 - 12/25/12 09:06 PM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: Good time Charlie]
monsterbuck07
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Does any camera work?
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#3095490 - 12/25/12 09:21 PM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: monsterbuck07]
monsterbuck07
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Could I use old 35 mm camera boxes for a build?
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#3095615 - 12/26/12 02:53 AM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: TheAirMan]
Doc Stone
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AirMan send me a PM = seems your PM box is full
thanks
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#3095674 - 12/26/12 06:07 AM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: Doc Stone]
TheAirMan
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I guess you could technically use any camera, if you knew how to hack it. Buckshot164 on youtube has a bunch of videos of how to hack a lot of cameras. I would start out with an easy one on the first cam. A lot probably start out with one of the Sony's. Like a P41 or P52 or something. Another easy one to start out on would be a Nikon L11. I don't think you could find a cam much easier to hack than that one.
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#3096245 - 12/26/12 02:24 PM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: TheAirMan]
Good time Charlie
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Here are a couple I have started ,I still have to put the Liquid Nails to it for a 3D finish... the longer smaller 1030 is a Nikon L11..the other is a s40.They are both coming out real good
They should have 2 c's or 4 AA's for external power
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#3098771 - 12/28/12 09:26 AM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: Good time Charlie]
Winchester
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Im definitely interested in learning to build them?
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#3098784 - 12/28/12 09:38 AM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: Winchester]
lockandloaded
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I posted in Charlie's post earlier. But I am interested as well. I am goin to go to the links posted above and looks for some beginners info.
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#3098807 - 12/28/12 10:01 AM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: lockandloaded]
TheAirMan
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Buckshot164 youtube has some videos I would recommend you guys that are thinking about build your first watch. There are a lot of different components (cams, boxes, boards, etc) that could be used besides the ones he uses in this video. However, I think this should give you guys a good idea of what all has to happen. He doesn't show hacking the camera in this video but everything else you got to do is pretty much there.

Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRJEHjNMWRA
Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wba6NG5RkzE
Part 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymd6tNGVn08
Part 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fp0vr2LJqQM
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#3098810 - 12/28/12 10:02 AM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: lockandloaded]
Good time Charlie
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Outside of some odds and ends and touching up the paint ..getting all the Tape and overspray off it will soon be ready



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#3100095 - 12/29/12 12:12 PM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: Good time Charlie]
Good time Charlie
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And here is my latest ,weather been bad .Kinda liked getting back into my old hobby.I love this cam
s40 sony
In a small walmart outdoor box
2 c cells for external power.

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#3100103 - 12/29/12 12:26 PM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: Good time Charlie]
dh1984
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looking good charlie. wish i could make some but i cant set long and try to do any thing unless it's deer huntin. i can't spell what it is called.so i got really short nerves.
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#3100137 - 12/29/12 01:08 PM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: dh1984]
Good time Charlie
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Your from union county..do I know you?
If you realy want one ...we will make it happen.
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#3100217 - 12/29/12 03:03 PM Re: Homebrew Teaching [Re: Good time Charlie]
dh1984
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PM sent charlie
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