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This is some footage from an eastern washington area called Mattawa. Not my favorite area. I have trouble in the sand. I can't wait for the snow to melt and we can head back into the mountains. :ride:

You will need Quicktime 7 to view it. 35MB file

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Come on, people ~ if the video link doesn't take you to another webpage or starts playing right away, then it's obviously a big video that you need to download FIRST. It's like a friggin broken record with the "doesn't work" comments.

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It doesnt work..........JK Just takes a while to load. The footage looks good what type of helmet cam did you use? Also what did you use to turn it into a QT??

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Its a Helmetcamera.com camera and i used Videora to convert it to mp4 then QT7 pro to save it as a mov file.

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nice video. That helcam is definitely nice. Might have to look into one of those myself! :ride:

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Nice vid. Where do you mount your camera? What lens do you use, looks like a wide angle lens.

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I bought that camera back when they did not have options for lenses. I would guess that it is the 3.6mm that comes standard with helmetcamera.com cameras. I just got my New extreme kit 560 from Helmetcamera.com and put a 2.6mm, gonna try it today, I will post results as soon as i can. I put the camera just under the goggle strap on velcro. I bought the goggle strap mount and am also testing that today.

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jrygus,

Just saw the new post. Glad to see you using the QT7 stuff.

Let me know how that new 560 line helcam works. I was thinking of getting that same setup with the 2.6mm lens. 90+ degrees for wide angle is pretty good. Not too wide, but wide enough.

Let me know and post some new stuff.

Thanks.

My email is stoker@vasentertainment.com if you want to ever email direct.

Brian

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