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don

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SOLD Fasthack hard wired S600 with lens modification and wired for external power, fasthack S600 Yeti board with on/off toggle switch, dunk tested 3D modified Otterbox 3000 case with camera shelf and pipethru tube and dual D battery holder for added battery life.
All works great with the exception of the camera power button, it is broken/essentially gone and covered with a piece of black electrical tape currently. I let the control board power the camera on, then open the battery door and remove one D battery to power the camera off. A separate switch could be added by the new user to control those functions but it didn't inconvenience me any the way it was.




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Did you know I can fix that power button.[smile]  Man that is cheap.  All you would have to do is connect a momentary switch between common and power.  This will power the camera by itself.  I have a nice small momentary switch that mounts on top  of the camera that will power the camera right up.  So anyone looking for a nice buy this is it.
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don

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Yep, knew you could fix it but thinning out a few builds Charles and this one was a prime candidate to pass on to someone else.
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The build has been sold.
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