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The DOUBLETAKER / CatCam
Photographic system specially designed for taking photographs of CATS and other reactosensitive subjects.
If you've ever tried to use flash photography to take a shot of a cat, you'll know what I mean. What you get generally is a photograph of a cat, rather than what you might expect and/or hope for, ie a photograph of a cat being photographed using flash photography.
The problem is the reaction-time of the nervous system of a cat, which whilst quite short, is not less than zero. So, you get a photograph of what amounts to a cat just before you took the shot. Whereas what you might have hoped for was a photograph like in a cartoon with the fur all stuck out like a solar corona during an eclipse and with the eyes gleaming at you like something off a film of the darkest imagination.
Solution? The DOUBLETAKER CatCam camera system!
This ingenious system boasts a double flash unit, and takes perfect pictures of CATS (and other reactosensitive subjects) exactly as they are just AFTER the flash has gone off. Here's what happens, but as it happens quite quickly, the motion has been slowed down to make it more interesting:
Special note: In line with good-practice in reactosensitive ethics, the writer does not condone any cruelty or unfairness, to cats or any other entities, and as a guideline for proper use it is declared that any subject of the use of this invention shall have the right to say whether any particular use was or was not fair.
To help give an incentive towards the creation of fun ideas, this invention is declared to be SHAREWARE, and if you'd like to make a voluntary contribution, please send what you think it's worth to: c/o Zyra, at the shareware office address. Cheques payable to Zyra Electric.
You can also send photographs either through the p-mail post or by e-mail
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