Last updated: 17 May 2005
They are solidly made and work well. Their use is obvious: you slide the ON/OFF switch and hang (a chain is included) or attach (velcro included) them to your tripod legs. What wasn't so obvious was how to change batteries. So I sent this email to ScopeStuff:
One question about the Blinky lights: while it may be obvious, it was not clear to me whether the small screw needs to be removed to remove the battery compartment cover. I tried to slide the cover off but it would not move much and I didn't want to break anything.and I quickly received this response:
Subject: Re: ScopeStuff Order - Blinky lights Sent: Friday, May 6, 2005 17:05:09 From: Jim Henson (firstname.lastname@example.org) Hello Mike, The small screw does secure the battery compartment lid. Thanks for your business! Jim
Here is how one of the units looks on a LXD55 tripod leg:
I fully expect to get a LOT of use and protection (!) from the ScopeStuff "Blinky" lights!
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