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    Default Video Cut of Kenai Silvers last weekend

    1st attempt using gopro software

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    Well done! Looks like a great trip. Nice big, bright silvers. Are those Kodiak Custom lures you were using?

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    Well done as always.. Enjoyed the video.
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    Nice job Jedi, which series of Gopro were you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKFly7 View Post
    Nice job Jedi, which series of Gopro were you using?
    Hero3 version. This was a very quickly put together and I can see lots of features the gopro software has. Going to shoot more video now for sure.


    Thanks for the looks everyone.
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    [QUOTE=JediMasterSalmonSlayer;1426297]Hero3 version. This was a very quickly put together and I can see lots of features the gopro software has. Going to shoot more video now for sure.

    Nice man, thanks for sharing. I am wanting to pick one up, but was unsure of what model. I can say one thing these produce some very high quality video. I am sure there are many additional things you can do with the software as well.

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    I have two. A 3 and 3+ both Silver editions. The 3+ is amazing.

    Very nice edit!

    Couple of suggestions:
    1) The suction cup mount is money--worth the $40. A cool shot would be having the camera mounted to the hull at the waterline as the fish come to the net

    2) Make a boom. A 3' or 4' length of 3/4" aluminum tubing, a 3/8x16 threaded coupler, some epoxy, and some RAM mount parts--a threaded 3/4" ball, and GoPro 3/4" adapter ball, and a 3/4" mini-ball clamp. Then you can hold the camera underwater and get some video of fish coming in.
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    Awesome Jedi! Love the videos. Personally I seem to hum the group Yes's song "It can happen to you..." a lot when the bite is slow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik in AK View Post
    I have two. A 3 and 3+ both Silver editions. The 3+ is amazing.

    Very nice edit!

    Couple of suggestions:
    1) The suction cup mount is money--worth the $40. A cool shot would be having the camera mounted to the hull at the waterline as the fish come to the net

    2) Make a boom. A 3' or 4' length of 3/4" aluminum tubing, a 3/8x16 threaded coupler, some epoxy, and some RAM mount parts--a threaded 3/4" ball, and GoPro 3/4" adapter ball, and a 3/4" mini-ball clamp. Then you can hold the camera underwater and get some video of fish coming in.
    a gopro pole is easy made with the tripod mount and a quarter inch bolt on a broom handle, pvc, ski pole, whatever. just dip it in the water upside down then flip the footage in post. if you do the underwater shot, you NEED the fog inserts. Ive tried rainx on the housing to shed the water quickly but licking the lens seems to be the best. (weird, I know but it does the job). the net idea is cool using a conduit ground clamp or a handlebar mount straight to the net pole but kind of a one shot trick. A bigger boom pole is a nice shot and can be put in your rod holder but it can really be a PITA if you fish runs around the front of the boat. I dont know the gopro software but with Final Cut you can save a single frame as a still image which is always nice.
    I dig the edit in the into with appearing people but I was afraid someone was gonna get their waders wet

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    A.S.S. as always Proof the Bomb-Diggity Rules! Keep Rock'n!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMoose View Post
    A.S.S. as always Proof the Bomb-Diggity Rules! Keep Rock'n!
    Are we ever going to shoot some video on the Chena or Galkana?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IFISHAK View Post
    I dig the edit in the into with appearing people but I was afraid someone was gonna get their waders wet
    Thanks for the look and pointers... we got the whole quantum teleportation thing down, no worries.
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    Chena ick! G-Kana I would do that. I have filmed on it I just never share :-) I suppose it is time. Look at the last weekend and July eh.

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