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    helmet cam

    Tested new helmet cam today. Heres a short vid in low resolution. I forgot to bring my sd card so memory was very limited in high res.


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    Nice vid huh. How about that clarity?
    Oh well, I will try to get the vid up tommorow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedskixp View Post
    Nice vid huh. How about that clarity?
    Oh well, I will try to get the vid up tommorow.
    Yer really low res, soo low you cant see it lol

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    Still cant get the vid up. Any suggestions? I saved the vid in my pictures but when I try to upload to GH it takes forever and then says I am uploading to an invalid address. Do I need to shrink the file somehow? Any help would be appreciated. It is only 2mins of video.
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    You can upload your video on youtube, then copy the url, and paste it here. Like this...

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    Thanks.

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    I have a few questions; what camera did you use?? Why are you going so slow?? J/K
    How the hell do you keep from getting lost???

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    The camera is oregon ATC3k. Getting lost is not a problem because it is the main part of the river and there is only one way to go.Actualy I am taking it a little easy because I am on the way up river. We turn it up a little on the way back down. We like to make sure there is nobody fishing or canoeing that area first. I like this section of twisties because you can see across the fields as to what is coming up or down the river instead of being totaly blind as to what i coming around the next corner.

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    Cool video!

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    I didn't know they had a new camera out. Had looked at the 2k but the video was still crappy. This 3k looks good. I can see a lot of people getting this now. The 5k looks very cool. Will probably need one of each. Thanks for posting. Here is a link to the OregonScientific sight. http://www2.oregonscientific.com/sho...?cid=8&scid=14

    Two questions, how long can you record with the 4gb card? I see you got 2 min with the 32mb onboard memory. Second, how long do the batteries last?

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