A Thai Appetizer July 22, 2012

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Went to a meeting at church for members of the english congregation at 4pm. We discussed various things regarding our ministries, and the purpose of the gathering was to gauge the health of our church. Went to taste of thai afterward with homies for dinner. Apparently it’s kitty-corner from ketmoree. Got an appetizer because I would later eat at home.


Messed up my dad’s compact camera some days ago while trying to remove dust from the sensor. Accidentally screwed in the screws on the sensor panel too hard and shattered the IR sensor inside. When I put it back together without the sensor, the plane was no longer correct so the camera wouldn’t focus.

Today I realized that my old broken Sony P200 might have a filter that I could salvage. Took the camera apart and tried putting its filter into my dad’s camera. The filter was slightly too big, so the camera wouldn’t focus properly with it inside. When I tried to tighten it a little to shift the plane, the new IR filter also shattered.

Eventually added some rubber padding that I got from the sensor unit of the P200, and that gave my dad’s camera the correct distance for focusing. It’s an infrared camera now, and takes pretty weird pictures. On the lookout for a new IR filter.