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  1. Re Beta 1.0.3 (DB version 2.2.3) Build Apr 26 2018 15:55:31 1) If the user, when updating an equipment entry, just edits the Notes, [Save] is not active - you need to activate [Save] by ‘touching’ another field 2) The ‘Category’ filter resets without clicking clear (as soon as you click [Save]) 3) When creating or editing an equipment record, the [Tab] key skips the serial number field
  2. Mike


    I'm trying to get an RTI setup going on a tight budget. I'm looking for a tripod that's threaded on the bottom of the center column so that I can mount the head down below as shown in the capture guide. I'm not sure what that feature is usually called, so it's been hard to Google. The ones I've found have been either very high-end or very low-end. I'm looking for something inexpensive and reliable. Does anyone have any suggestions? Or can anyone give me tips on how to shop for a tripod and ensure that I have this crucial feature?
  3. "ATA Carnet" = "the merchandise passport for your gear / international customs document" Headed over seas to document some important material? A big project means a big Bag, lots of bags. If you're doing this a lot, you might need a sherpa, and you might want to apply for "ATA Carnet" status. Its like a passport for your gear. Like anything, there are some trade offs that you should consider before jumping in. Limitations like a one year time limit, fees per value of goods, etc. But hey, on the flip side, one single document for your 'customs' experience might be nice. As well as a simplified and streamlined return into US customs doesn't sound bad either, or reducing costs by eliminating value-added taxes (VAT). You decide. ATA Carnet Export http://www.uscib.org/index.asp?documentID=1843 PDF Brochure http://www.uscib.org/docs/carnet_ebrochure_2017.pdf
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