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Old 11-17-2003, 02:13 AM   #1
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help me see the light

The dealerships are quite a ways away so I am not able to zip back right now, and the one unit is inside anyway. How are the Safaris for light? I took pictures (of outdoor units) on a cloudy rainy day and I just don't know how much light was available because I either used flash or the exposure may be incorrect on the video because the windows are so bright and the rest so dark.

We are looking at the 25' ss. I know the ccds just gleam inside with all those windows and the reflected light off the walls but I am concerned about how much light there is inside the ss and we were thinking of adding 2 Fantastic fans and I think that may cut down further on the light. We saw one that had the skylight but the other doesn't have it and told no longer available.

I was hoping someone could shed some light on the issue for me. Sorry (I think I'm punny )


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Old 11-17-2003, 07:34 AM   #2
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The Safari trailers I looked at recently had 2 fantastic fans, and it seemed plenty bright on the inside on a very cloudy day. The Safaris have a white headliner, which also reflects light. Plus, the trailer has windows on all the right places, like the dinette, the galley, front couch, and the bed.
It seemed that the fantstic fans still allow alot of light to filter through.
The CCD's are brighter because they have larger window sizes, plus a very large wraparound window in the front.
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