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Ursa beam current uncertainty, Web musing
- To: telecine
- Subject: Ursa beam current uncertainty, Web musing
- From: rob (Rob Lingelbach)
- Date: Mon, 14 Nov 94 22:14 PST
- Organization: Altruistic Intentions, Hollywood, CA
- Phone-number: +1 213 464 6266
- Reply-To: Rob Lingelbach <rob at xyzoom.alegria.com>
Since upgrading our Ursa and daVinci 888 software, I've noticed that
when I put the Ursa in remote, and then operate the 888, at times
--seemingly random-- the Ursa will be in 150uamps low beam, when I had
300uamps high beam selected at the Ursa locally. I can confirm this
with the "ready" key on the 888 (nice feature), but why is the beam
current switching down at all?
Anyone else seeing this happen?
I spoke with George Gush at Kodak today, and he's going to put me in
touch with someone at Kodak who is involved in the internet (is there
a generic term for this type of person?) who can tell me if they have
anything going on in the World Wide Web, or if they can provide me
with links to hypertext documents we can include in our telecine page.
It would be great to get film stock specsheets on the Web, for
xyzoom.alegria.com nameservice was down for a few hours this afternoon
because someone reconfigured (wrongly) a nameserver at another site.
Mail might have been delayed a bit.
Rob Lingelbach KB6CUN |2660 Hollyridge Dr LA CA 90068 213 464 6266 (voice)
rob at xyzoom.alegria.com |"I care not much for a man's religion whose dog or
rob at xyzoom.info.com | cat are not the better for it." --Abraham Lincoln