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    Talking Flying Knik Testing Go Pro mounts Video

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muwZw8iJEgU

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    Dude ROCK ON!!!!!!!

    How did you set the camera so it doesn't show the prop? all of my vids have the prop kind of slowly spinning backwards.

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    Looks good man. What editing software are you using? I am based at the same airport. West end, Cessna 150 Aerobat with the checkerboard tail.

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    GO Pro HD!! Is that what u HAve???? Im just using basic Windows live Movie..... I took vid off per
    CFR 91.119(c).... Its not me flying but dont wanna get friend in trouble

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    I wish I had a gopro. My brother in law has one I might borrow sometime and try it out. I am still using a 10 year old digital tape video camera. It is about shot. I made some dash cam videos, but they turned out pretty blurry from the vibration.
    http://youtu.be/eJMTuHCylIs

    I haven't used Windows movie editor in a long time, but IIRC it was pretty basic. If you want a little more, I have been using Roxio and it seems to be the most intuitive system I have used for the price.

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    Thats a good Video!!! just poor quality camera. ya Go Pro is where its at.... its well worth the 200 bucks..... I like the windows live movie editor . but im gunna get corel videostudio pro x5 and try it. thanks for adding my channel

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    When I try to view it says its private and wont let me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunt'N'Photos View Post
    When I try to view it says its private and wont let me?
    Same here.

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    I've used it 2 seasons. Mine doesn't have the GPS and the prop does show up but it doesn't seem to distract too much.

    newer versions remove the prop.

    Neat little tool to play ard with.

    RR

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    For a few bucks you can get a polarized filter that goes inside the housing and it will take the prop distortion out. www.eyeofmine.com has them. I went down to the local photo shop and bought some ND6 filter paper. That slows the exposure down and does a great job of getting you good HD footage and not having the wavy prop. For low light shooting I use ND4 filters. You can cut out little circles that go in the housing lens area and when you put the camera in it holds it tight. If you use polarized filter paper, make sure you look at it in the light before you put it in the housing as you can rotate it around for differnt effects. Makes the blue sky much bluer etc.

    http://www.eyeofmineactioncameras.co...uct_p/endp.htm

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