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    Default Day 4-6 on the Noatak for char

    Here's day 4-6 on the Noatak. More char footage and pursuits with our PR-49.

    Give me fuel, give me fire, give me that which I desire...

    enjoy!


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    Looks like fun, Larry!

    Hey, which GoPro are you using? Did you get the blur fix kit for it?

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    Nice video! Looks like a blast!
    btw....who slaughtered Fuel by Metallica?


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    I'm still using the GoPro 2 Hero. I don't have the blur fix kit, but so far haven't seem to need it. The youtubes always view better on an HD system though, like an i-pad.

    The other camera I use is the Canon XA10 HD. sweet, small, professional qlty, IMO.

    larry

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    That metalica song was a remix by a blue grass band. The album is all Metalica, titled "Fade 2 Blue Grass" bad arse remixes.

    larry

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    Most awesome bro.
    We do not go to the green woods and crystal waters to rough it, we go to smooth it. We get it rough enough at home; in towns and cities; in shops, offices, stores, banks anywhere that we may be placed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Bartlett View Post
    I'm still using the GoPro 2 Hero. I don't have the blur fix kit, but so far haven't seem to need it. The youtubes always view better on an HD system though, like an i-pad.

    The other camera I use is the Canon XA10 HD. sweet, small, professional qlty, IMO.

    larry
    Same camera as mine. I didn't think my quality was as good as it should have been, so I added the Blur Fix Kit and holy smokes! What a difference! I think it's because the GPH2 uses a rounded lens. Really sharp above water, but not as much underwater. We also experimented with Rainex for water droplets on the lens, but results were only fair. Your other camera is razor sharp.

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    those are some nice looking dollies, congrats

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    Thanks for sharing the video. Dollies on a fly rod, NW Alaska, and bluegrass? Sweet.

    Doing a repeat on the Kelly and Wulik next Sept. Special place up there.



    Dan

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