canon lens production vids on youtube

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  1. Caladina

    Caladina Well-Known Member

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    the other parts are there too,
     
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  2. Craig Sherriff

    Craig Sherriff Well-Known Member Site Supporter

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    Interesting, Caladina.
     
  3. Caladina

    Caladina Well-Known Member

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    i ended up watching quite a few following the rabbit down the hole, interesting ones on canon fluorite lens production too.
    i made a telescope mirror out of a pot of jam once
     
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    I have seen this thumb nail pop up on youtube before. I have not watched it, as yet.

    This is something I want to see.

    Gary
     
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    when my mother used to make jam she put a piece of clingfilm over the top with a rubber band and as it cooled it concaved the top.
    so the next time she did it i got her to use a piece of shiny plastic,
    it worked to a degree, it was not what you would call sharp...........or very useable....it was a very long time ago so it was fun.
    best of all i got to eat my telescope..........well the pot of jam
     
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    something i did not know i wanted to watch. ended up watching all 3. thanks for the post
     
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    It is funny how when we grow up with very little, we be come more inventive and develop practical manual building skills, when I grew up I was in the same boat but of a weekend, it was billy carts, which we made from timber and pram wheels and large groups of local kids used to gather at the top of a local street which was at the top of a hill and race them all weekend. today you don't see anyone racing any more. The age of electronic playthings has partly changed children's inventiveness.
     

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