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Lachlan Coles

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About Lachlan Coles

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    Adelaide, South Australia
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    Doco, Reality, Drama
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  1. I have a similar issue with the cable of a sanken cos 11d that got sprayed with diesel fuel during a reality shoot. I cleaned it initially with warm water and some washing up liquid and with tea tree oil later on. This helped a little but it still tends to develop a residue in the plastic case. It's my "sacrificial mic" now and gets used in any dodgy setups.
  2. I have the Petrol harness but find it places too much weight on my shoulders. I switched to a Kortwich bag with belt to get some of the weight around my waist instead.
  3. re. the "childish" point, perhaps in this context it is - though it's for a worthy cause, raising money for ALS, so nothing wrong with that as far as I can see (unless you count the abuse of the lav mics - though I'd think the sound crew would know what was going on and would mic accordingly - ie. I used an undercover sprayed with medical spray plaster to temporarily waterproof a lav mic that I knew was going to get sprayed with a fire hose once and the mic came through unscathed ) ... Russians have been doing this for years - in sub zero temperatures ... Apparently it gets the kidneys working and is good for your general health.
  4. Minus the lapel mics of course ... http://bostinno.streetwise.co/2014/08/13/jimmy-fallon-the-roots-accept-justin-timberlakes-ice-bucket-challenge-on-the-tonight-show/
  5. Hi Jeff, This is still happening when I access the site via a Google search - I encountered it the other day. Not an issue anymore for me as I've bookmarked the forum, but anyone trying to access the site via a search - perhaps for the first time, will be exposed to this. The redirect is relatively benign at the moment, but it could be used to do something nasty and it indicates the website has been compromised. The link Patrick provides above does have a method for fixing the problem which appears to be a Javascript code injection prior to the security patches being applied. This comment in the comments section is also pertinent: "For us this patch wasn’t enough. The table ibf_skin_cache also contained the JS code so patching the file wasn’t enough as it was reintroduced from there. Please search that table and remove offending code there also." Cheers.
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