A short explanation of the Discrimination feature on the Garrett ATX, and how it will effect detection of low-conductivity targets at depth. Setting any level of discrimination advances the time delay that the detector will read the return pulse from a detected target. The return pulse on small, low conductive targets (such as small gold nuggets) quickly decays and setting any discrimination may result on the loss of detection of these targets. We hope you find this short video informative, and look forward to bringing you goldfields prospecting videos in the coming months. Happy Fossicking! Warren and Colleen.
We make another visit to the site of an early 20th Century Canecutter’s Social Club – widely known as an illegal “Casino”. The original building was constructed in the late 19th Century for the large numbers of migrant canecutters employed on the North Queensland canefields. During one wild New Year’s bash it burnt down early on the morning of January 1st, 1928 – but was quickly rebuilt and continued to operate as “The Casino”! Happy Hunting everyone! Colleen & Warren