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#1 Gunnar Mortensen

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Posted 07 June 2008 - 11:33 PM

I have been working on this show for the history channel and it is all green screen. I have been using my analog inclinometer but another AC told me to get a digital one for more precision. I am all about having the right tool for the job but don't need to spend money unnecessarily . Do you find using one saves time a warrents the price tag? If so what brands are most common I was looking at thishttp://www.contractorstools.com/checkpoint_digital_levels.html but cannot find out any info or warrenty about it.

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