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    Filming on a PWC

    How do YOU do it ?

    Primarily I am curious about protecting the camcorder. I have a Canon HF10 but would be interested in any setups or methods that you use.

    Please share !

    JCat


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    Go Pro Hero, Google that. It is waterproof but it's not submersible so don't roll the ski.

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    GoPro Camera!!

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    ...but what about video ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcat View Post
    ...but what about video ??

    The only thing I have found to be worth a dam is this:

    http://www.vio-pov.com/

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    Before you go and buy a go pro (Which are pretty cool) Check and see if there's a water proof case available for your cannon. I have a 790 powershot and a dive case for it that works amazing. Its good for 130 feet under water and made from shater resistant plastic.. The case costs a little more than the go pro but the quality of canon pictures and video is great.

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    if your camcorder has an AV input, then all you need to buy is a bullet camera.. put your camcorder in a waterproof bag and on your back or in your bucket,,, the bullet cam is waterproof and is on a 3-4 foot cord... you can leave the mic in the dry bag, you'll still be able to hear everything....a lanc remote is nice to have, it allows the camera to be turned on/off start/stop from a 1 button external switch(on your bars or backpack strap)........ thats the way ive done it for a long time,, videos turn out good....

    you gotta consider recording space, battery length and video quality.... some things the little units might not give you,,, the gopro looks pretty cool though

    here some vids from my helmet cam..... http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=88694

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcat View Post
    ...but what about video ??
    gopro camera.

    A camera.. takes picture and records videos up to 50+ minutes!

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