There's a fine line between fishing and just standing on the shore like an idiot. ~Steven Wright
Started by Woolly Bugger, January 11, 2012, 04:36:20 am
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Quote from: Rod Champion on January 09, 2012, 10:50:24 amWould anyone suggest to me a good camera to do videos on. I have to start some for the web page. Any help is greatly appreciated.Thanks,Rod
Quote from: The Dude on January 11, 2012, 06:33:04 amNot trying to hijack this thread, but I have been toying with the idea of making an HD camcorder purchase. I am interested in any insight into video compression formats (mp4, brand specific, etc) and memory types (flash, hard disk, tape, etc). I don't plan on submitting any entries into the Sundance film festival, but I do want to start fiddling around with making small videos of fishing trips and such.Any advice would be greatly appreciated to help me make a semi-informed purchase when the time comes.
Quote from: Transylwader on June 03, 2011, 17:56:17 pmThe Davidson. It's full of wild fish.
Quote from: sheepfly on January 11, 2012, 13:03:23 pmare you guys not fans of the gopro? it can be hands free and is supposed to be bomb proof.http://gopro.com/
Quote from: Woolly Bugger on January 11, 2012, 05:10:38 amWaterproof Point & Shoot still and video cameras are the best around water for obvious reasons, but the video quality isn't up to par with the others. Models include Olympus Tough series, $200, Pentax Optio $210, these have zoom lenses, but there are others like the Hero and Playsport that have fixed lenses and are from $250 to $300
Quote from: FoulHook on January 11, 2012, 11:39:17 amThat being said, I would really love to have a GoPro HD Hero2