VIDEO: Cruising in the truck with the UX

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    VIDEO: Cruising in the truck with the UX

    Ok guys, I know, I promised I wouldn't spam the board with stupid videos but I felt I had to get this one out as well as I want to sit back and enjoy my new UX.

    In this video, we go through Porcupine and the lake on the left is Porcupine Lake. At the other end is South Porcupine and the huge hill on the other side of the lake is the stockpile from the Dome Mine super pit.

    This will be it for awhile...I promise.



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    Re: VIDEO: Cruising in the truck with the UX

    I can see your never ending smile in the video! :-D

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    Re: VIDEO: Cruising in the truck with the UX

    Damn the perspective from that side of the road freaks me out now!! You do a great job on these vids Tim
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    Ok, I gotta ask...

    are you looking at the road during the video, or looking thru the viewfinder on the vid camera? :)
    It's not easy to drive along and shoot video at the same time.
    Awesome watch, Tim!
    DW

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    Re: VIDEO: Cruising in the truck with the UX

    Thanks guys!!

    David, I use a little Olympus 7.2 7mpix shock and waterproof digital. It has a nice start and stop bar on the top left side which is easily clicked with my finger.

    I hold the camera at my chin with my right hand and sort of line it up with the super large digital viewfinder screen on the back (it's huge) and drive. I glance down periodically to see the framing of the video and make adjustments if necessary but my eyes are on the road 90% + of the time except for curves and traffic, then 100% and I hope for the best with the vid.

    p.s. the camera takes great videos but it loses some of it's quality when it's transferred to the hosting site.
    Last edited by Timothy Patrick; August 24th, 2006 at 22:10.

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