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Old 04 October 2006, 16:42   #211
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I managed to stay out of shot all the time!
You are 'in shot' later on the tape when Ben was posing for your camera!
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Old 04 October 2006, 16:45   #212
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haha, nice!
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Also, need to get some "water deflecting" spray or similar to stop the water sticking to the camera lens.

There is some stuff called rainex that should do the job
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Excellent thanks, will look around for some!
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Old 04 October 2006, 17:00   #215
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http://www.motormania.co.uk/product_...er=Rain-X&Code=


Is that the sort of thing?
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Old 04 October 2006, 17:02   #216
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You are 'in shot' later on the tape when Ben was posing for your camera!
Yeah, thats only the first few minutes of the footage, I set the camera off as we left yarmouth, and it stopped at about calshot, so I have all the time we were messing around and then most of the journey back..

We'll get it up for you guys to see asap
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That's the stuff!
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Great video Ben. That is somethig to watch on those cold winter nights!
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Gray has kindly taken the video camera off the tape, and has a taster for you guys to see. Will get the rest of it put up as soon as possible.

Please bare in mind, this is the first time i've really recorded a journey, so theres a few teething problems, but hope to get it better next time...

The tape seems to have got bashed around a bit, so you'll see some glitches (need to work out a way to pad the video camera more I think!). Also, need to get some "water deflecting" spray or similar to stop the water sticking to the camera lens.


Anyway, take a look
http://www.gburgess.co.uk/Yarmouth1.wmv

Its the first cut, not really optimised yet - so its a big 12mb file, clicking on the link should start streaming the video, right click and "Save AS" to download it! We have an hour worth of footage, just need to sit down and take the best bits out!

Oh, and it IS playing at normal speed!
bloody cool mate, would love to see more - ie the whole thing go on go on!! really would like to the Pressman weapon doing the turny thing i always miss out on
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That is brilliant guys, amazing it does not bounce about more.

I was thinking it would be good to mount the lens sideways. Then you would get some brilliant footage of boats running alongside at high speed. Its the kind of footage no-one ever gets in rough weather as they can never carry a camera and hold on at the same time!

If you want some footage of your boat doing this then let me know and maybe we can put the camera on mine on the next trip.

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