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Help with camera stun gun

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Help with camera stun gun

Unread postAuthor: MisterSteve124 » Thu Nov 09, 2006 8:33 pm

I just got 4 used cameras today from eckerd. 2 of the are Kodak. When I took them apart I noticed that they're weren't 2 wires that wen't to the flash. Theyre weren't any there were wires that were soldered to the circuit board but non that went to the flash. I don't know what to do instead but I accidentally found out that if you touch a piece of metal from these two pieces comming out of the capacitor it makes a spark just like the other way. I guess I could just attach wires to these pieces and run them to the outside of the camera case. Only problem is I don't have a soldering iron. I was thinking I could twist the wire around the metal and then epoxy it so it stays. Would that work? and does anyone know why there aren't wires going to the flash on any of these cameras? Is there something I'm missing? I would greatly appreciate anyones feedback.
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Unread postAuthor: Killjoy » Mon Nov 13, 2006 1:31 am

chances are there are these little crap pieces of bent copper that connect to the circuit bored, but dont mess with these cause they break easily. just bend some wires around the two wires of the capacitor. if you want it more powerful connect the other caps from the cameras to the main capacitor. takes longer to charge but more powerful shock.
PS a soldering iron would be a big help by the way.
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