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Trying out my new hd cam at our local training facility

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Trying out my new hd cam at our local training facility.. I think we need to get a tripod or something so the slow-mo stuff will come out better.

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Yeah I think a tripod would make a big difference. But the vid still came out great, what type of cam?

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The tripod will help but it may also help if you can raise your frames per second. Most standard and HD cams I have seen film at 30 fps. If you have an option to boost it to 60 fps then you may get a smoother slow mo picture. awesome video though.

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Actually I got the kodak zi8 cam... Its just a little handheld hd cam but the quality is really good for how cheap it is. It has 1080, 720, 480 ect.. settings and is super user friendly. I edited it with pinnacle studio 15. Im not sure on the fps option but ill look into it.

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Actually I got the kodak zi8 cam... Its just a little handheld hd cam but the quality is really good for how cheap it is. It has 1080, 720, 480 ect.. settings and is super user friendly. I edited it with pinnacle studio 15. Im not sure on the fps option but ill look into it.

yeah most def get a tripod. I have a zi6 and its impossible to get smooth video without a tripod.

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Your local training facility needs a tractor.

Yea unfortunately its been a while since a machine was back there... although I can't complain to much bc im just happy to ride somewhere in jersey without getting locked up.

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Yea unfortunately its been a while since a machine was back there... although I can't complain to much bc im just happy to ride somewhere in jersey without getting locked up.

Thats in Jersey? Come on man, hook it up :thumbsup:

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