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Well the Ron Lund Video is 75% DONE but only (2) VIDEOS

Posted 02-19-2008 at 08:03 AM by DebianDog (Debian Dogs Den)

What is that you say? Well if you have not seen them, I have put (2) of the Ron Lund 2008 event videos are here. But I am gonna let you in on a little secret. Categorizing and organizing up front will save you time on the back end.

At Rons event I shoot 2 1/2 hours of footage. As usual I will never be able to use it all but there is no such thing as too much footage either When I am going though all the event footage I will label it like [Jason Indoor 1] then I will either watch...
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The best camera for videoing Helicopters

Posted 02-13-2008 at 06:21 AM by DebianDog (Debian Dogs Den)
Updated 02-13-2008 at 12:47 PM by DebianDog

I get this question a lot, "Dog what is the best camcorder for videoing helicopters?"

Like most things, the more you spend the better results you will get but just like RC Helicopters buying the best does not mean you will get the best results

For the money, ease of use I recommend the Canon HV20 for a little more than $600 but... If you can wait a few more weeks the HV30 will be out that adds the ability to shoot 30 frames per second progressive. That...
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