It was a very very hot day and both I and the scanner felt it.
I had to go and scan a car park entrance canopy, some existing steelwork on the Keen street entrance to join to what I have already scanned and some additional scans on Carrington street.
In the afternoon the mercury hit 37.9 degrees and the scanner started to suffer. I have learned that at these temperatures the scanner will overheat and stop. It stopped on the second to last scan and after a brief sense of humor failure I switched it off for 15 mins so it could cool. Eventually I got the scans competed.
The people of Lismore are a friendly bunch often shouting over to me to "F^&* off with your speed camera" What fun I had.