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Old 16 July 2009, 13:20   #31
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Does anyone use a venture cam to take footage.
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Old 16 July 2009, 16:28   #32
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hahhaha......
not really, just having my cheese roll first...

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awesome footage, looks a very nice boat.
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Some good other vids there guys, thanks for posting.

Must have been rough for that Aircdraft carrier.. It's managed to get it's tubes ripped right off!

I use the Pentax Optio W60 out on the water, it's a great little camera and does decent video footage.

Interesting that your rib seems to just plough straight "through" the waves codprawn

And Tony... That's gotta be a computer simulation of your rib ride, rather than real footage

Good idea about mounting the cam to the A frame... I might try that next time.

And Neil... Yep... I'll ALWAYS be wearing my kill cord, and lifie!! - Looking forward to taking both rides out so that we can get some side by side video footage.
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this is my effort f6-7 on the way to Ribex 2007
couple of those waves are rather large. hope you werent in it for too long a journery!!
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MattH and I up to some Hi Jinx heading out of Cardiff into the Channel

Sorry for all those that have seen it before, still one of my favourites though

Oh and in case you're wondering at 1:38 a little bit of poo did come out.


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Sorry for all those that have seen it before, still one of my favourites though

Oh and in case you're wondering at 1:38 a little bit of poo did come out.
No apologies required. Everyone agrees that conditions look calmer on video and this still looks wild.

Poo?

I nearly cr@pped myself just watching it....
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Yes the only reason I felt safe was having another boat out there and being fully drysuited up. This was in my old Osprey 5.2, as yet I have not had the chance to take out the 6.5 in anything like this however I am really itching to

Anyone want to come along as crew?
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MattH and I up to some Hi Jinx heading out of Cardiff into the Channel

Sorry for all those that have seen it before, still one of my favourites though

Oh and in case you're wondering at 1:38 a little bit of poo did come out.


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Jesus, that must have been close to going over if the wind had caught it a bit more!!!

What is the other boat? and length?
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Jesus, that must have been close to going over if the wind had caught it a bit more!!!

What is the other boat? and length?
The other boat is Matts second to last 5.4 Searider.

With hindsight the 5.3 Osprey was a little arse heavy with a 115 on the back and carrying an aux on the transom and 25 litres of fuel in the back did not help either.

Heres another filmed at Teignmouth not quite as rough so was able to go faster.

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Old 16 July 2009, 17:11   #40
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The other boat is Matts second to last 5.4 Searider.

With hindsight the 5.3 Osprey was a little arse heavy with a 115 on the back and carrying an aux on the transom and 25 litres of fuel in the back did not help either.

Heres another filmed at Teignmouth not quite as rough so was able to go faster.

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It has to be said, those seariders rock in the rough stuff for their size. We had a new 5.4 with a 90 opti on before we traded up and they are just so chuckable. Wish we had kept it in all honesty for fun days out rather than cruising. Though it is amazing what going from 5.4 to 6.3 does make!!
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