This is my very first multimeter. I bought it in 1990 when I was 14 years old. Back then it cost DM50,- (Deutsche Mark in West Germany). It still works, though I don’t really use it anymore. Its best feature is its instant continuity buzzer. Today I use a Fluke 177 and the EEVblog multimeter.
Here are some random vids I made while still figuring stuff out: (very early stage) (still not much to see) (Arduino won’t run) (Arduino powered externally)
I will start blogging about the current state of my dynacho project. Once it is completed I will write a full-length article about it summing it all up into one nice package.