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Old May 31st, 2013
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I think I've narrowed it down to the GoPro Hero 3 (silver) and the Sony action cam. I want something I can mount to my gun/bow and only have to worry about turning it on and pressing record. But I think the best bet would be to purchase the handle bar mount and mount it to the gun rest of my Ol Man. If the camera is mounted to my gun, not sure if it would actually capture the kill shot due to the recoil of the gun.
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We just pieced together and ordered Snakebite some camera equipment. He wanted good quality video on a budget. We ordered the Canon Vixia HF M500 (refurb $259), professional 43mm lens hood ($10), Tiffen 43mm UV filter ($8), Pine Ridge Camera Arm ($42). The camera arm is actually pretty nice for the money and comes with a fluid head. The only thing he needs now is a shotgun mic which we will order before hunting season.
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The Canon HF M500 shoots very good video. It has the the same censor found in some of the bigger more expensive cameras and does really well in low light conditions
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To all who are interested in learning the basics of filming your hunts, before the season starts I am working with BB staff and TD1 to put together a "film school". It will most likely be a one day "workshop" curriculum. I will be mirroring the basics of what Campbell Cameras and Heartland Bowhunter teach at their school, more importantly you will have the knowledge and experience of the guys who have filmed over the last few years with Bayou Bucks. A lesson plan is being put together now and dates and info will be released in the next few months. (Before the sept opener)
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Awesome for you to offer that.
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http://www.bestforhunting.com/best-v...a-for-hunting/

What about these Panasonic camcorders? This website seems to like them. Anyone have any experience with these? Seem like some good camcorders for under 600$
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I haven't clicked on your link but I've written that website about some mis information they have written about on cameras. I don't have any knowledge on that Panasonic.
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Look into the term "telephoto optical zoom". That doesn't make sense to me but it may well be the case. If it has 21x optical zoom that's great but I'm having a hard time figuring out how.
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http://www.bestforhunting.com/best-v...a-for-hunting/

What about these Panasonic camcorders? This website seems to like them. Anyone have any experience with these? Seem like some good camcorders for under 600$
I have the Panasonic HDC-TM90 and love it for family and hunting video. I bought it after reading a lot of reviews on it. My brother has a JVC GZ-HM30SU‏ and there is definitely a difference in the video quality between the panasonic and JVC. Panasonic far better IMHO.

I don't shoot in full 1080p HD but use the AVCHD format which is still 1080 and I can edit on my Mac very easily and is still very high quality. It cost 588.00 including tax. Don't think they make this version anymore but probably an upgrade to it.


http://panasonic.net/avc/camcorder/hd/90_series/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blKgDFqrvEk
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