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looks like the camera is a pretty good quality. do they make sumtin to kill the wind noise?
 

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looks like the camera is a pretty good quality. do they make sumtin to kill the wind noise?
not on this one maybe I can try taping a piece of foam to the front of it
 

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nice man!

that thing is extremely stable!

i gotta talk my camera friend to buy that mount so i can tape some dragging like that!!! that would be sick!
 

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still can't find a way to get rid of the wind noise.. nice vid RED.
 
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That's really cool...

Its sure a lot better than your last camera as far as quality and sound
 

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That's really cool...

Its sure a lot better than your last camera as far as quality and sound

well

this is the main camcorder I've used before

7 year old Sony



my recent vids have been with my Canon S3 which does real good vids itself but yes is mainly for still pics

my new camcorder is a

JVC Everio



its the perfect size for camera pods

the sony is too heavy
 

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codeRed, u ever think about getting one of those HD camcorders
 

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Nice vid :thumbup:

looks like the camera is a pretty good quality. do they make sumtin to kill the wind noise?
Probably best thing to do is use an external mic.

camera mount is from www.stickypod.com
Sticky pods are great, I got one back when I had my Firebird but I haven't used it since. I should post up some footage from it though.
 

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codeRed, u ever think about getting one of those HD camcorders
They do make a high definition version of mine but not for the price ;-) i'm happy with it and its 30 gig hard drive

Nice vid :thumbup:


Probably best thing to do is use an external mic.


Sticky pods are great, I got one back when I had my Firebird but I haven't used it since. I should post up some footage from it though.
there is no external mic hook up on this one
 
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