I am building an aviary in my backyard and so I figured I might as well mount a cobrahead on a yardblaster arm just for a picture. After I took this, this thing came back down (my mom really dislikes my hobby and won't let me set up anything like this) and went back into my storage. The arm doesn't seem to be able to support this very well (notice how much it is sagging) but that won't matter since I am going to use it to hang a bird feeder or wind spinner, not a light. This thing was barely cutting 7' in terms of how high it was since the post is put into the ground with concrete, which is too low for my preference. (I could easily touch the bottom from this height). I would love to mount it on the garage in the background where it would be about 15' high, but I don't have a large enough stepladder (no way am I using a leaning ladder lol), but that wouldn't be allowed either. I'm afraid I am going to have to wait until I can get my own place before I can put any lights outside.
|Lamp Type:||Mercury vapor|
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|File Size:||572 KB|
|Date added:||May 15, 2017|
|Dimensions:||2464 x 1848 pixels|
|Date Time:||2017:05:15 06:53:32|
|DateTime Original:||2017:05:15 06:53:32|
|Exposure Bias:||0 EV|
|Exposure Time:||1/180 sec|
|Focal length:||4.9 mm|
|Model:||SAMSUNG PL20,PL21 / VLUU PL20,PL21|
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