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First edit with the t2i

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Took out the t2i last Saturday to film a short mtb edit for the first time officially. Very happy with the results, let me know what you think:

http://vimeo.com/23565507

Can't wait to get riding and start filming moto!

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Nice job. I use a T2i as well I love that camera. best bang for you buck imho. good focus job.

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Nice editing man, looked good

Pretty cool video, who sings the song? What song is it?

Bourbon by KO, says it right below the video

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Whats the effect called at 14 seconds?

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hey since this topic is on bicycles, i need a derailleur and a front fork for mine.

I jumped my bike off a relatively small jump and the derailleur bent/broke. so i need a new one, I am pretty well set on ordering from amazon, theres one for about 30 dollars there.

and the front fork has no suspension at all it feels like a rock. I'm never buying a bicycle with my grandpa again thats for sure!!, I paid 160 for this mutherpleeping thing. when i could have went to walmart and for 80 dollars, been happy.

where can I find some CHEAP parts for bicycles? no, 700 dollars for a fork is NOT acceptable. maybe 50-100, I did see a rock shox dart 2 around for 130 practically everywhere but thats bologna. :thumbsup:

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Very nice video great editing to. What editing soft ware do you use?

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hey since this topic is on bicycles, i need a derailleur and a front fork for mine.

I jumped my bike off a relatively small jump and the derailleur bent/broke. so i need a new one, I am pretty well set on ordering from amazon, theres one for about 30 dollars there.

and the front fork has no suspension at all it feels like a rock. I'm never buying a bicycle with my grandpa again thats for sure!!, I paid 160 for this mutherpleeping thing. when i could have went to walmart and for 80 dollars, been happy.

where can I find some CHEAP parts for bicycles? no, 700 dollars for a fork is NOT acceptable. maybe 50-100, I did see a rock shox dart 2 around for 130 practically everywhere but thats bologna. :thumbsup:

No offense but a bike worth 160 bucks might not be the best for dirt jumping. Youll surely break the frame, that being said I would spend the money to upgrade it. IMHO but thats just me. And no im not trying to tell you to go buy a thousand dollar bike or anything like that!

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No offense but a bike worth 160 bucks might not be the best for dirt jumping. Youll surely break the frame, that being said I would spend the money to upgrade it. IMHO but thats just me. And no im not trying to tell you to go buy a thousand dollar bike or anything like that!

It does have rear suspension which i had to get a different one because the people that make the bike don't know that a 750 lb shock is too damn much. (at least to be hauling around a 110lb kid around..

and the jumps that i go to are not really anything, they are like a foot tall.. made of dirt.

and yes I know its not a high end bike :thumbsup: but that crap paying 1000+ on a bicycle is fugging insane, i don't see bicycling as a multi-thousand dollar hobby. dirt biking on the other hand.......

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thanks for the kind words guys

as for pulling focus; i was intimidated as shit at first thinking i would have to focus all my shots manually (you can use a-f while recording but it's no good) but I have been practicing that a lot and can say it isn't a big deal. I like getting to adjust exposure to what I want the cam to be producing exactly, and pulling your own focus adds that extra level of creative control to shots.

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