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    Brief hunting video. I was out with my lab and caught 2 flushes and retrieves on camera.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgWA...PkOD6FFvDtUUPV
    Last edited by IrishUpland; 03-23-2019 at 10:18 AM.

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    Nice video and good work by your lab!
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    Nice dog work!!

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    Great camera angles and clarity. How did you mount the camera? What kinds of settings do you use? I am thinking about buying a camera and filming myself but I want to make sure and get it right with the right camera and the right angles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenboy View Post
    Great camera angles and clarity. How did you mount the camera? What kinds of settings do you use? I am thinking about buying a camera and filming myself but I want to make sure and get it right with the right camera and the right angles.

    Thanks for watching.

    My camera is actually pretty old, the GoPro Hero 3 - I think this was GoPro's first 4k camera, it's way out of date, so you can get them pretty cheap now ($114): https://www.amazon.com/GoPro-Adventu...s=gopro+hero+3

    They have a whole new set of top of the line fancy cameras now though (more $$$'s) (https://shop.gopro.com/cameras)

    This is the headstrap ($12.15): https://www.amazon.com/GoPro-Strap-Q...o+3+head+strap

    Since I have bought it, I have never changed the settings on it. I've used it for hunting, motorcycle, skiing vid's etc. They are pretty foolproof, although I'm no video expert!

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    Got back out with the GoPro yesterday. Some good shooting... some bad shooting

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    Very nice! I just lost my old golden, it would have been nice to have some video of her hunting. I think I am going to jump in and purchase a camera.

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    Sorry to hear that, goldenboy. One of the great pieces of advice I got from an uncle who is a lifelong gun dog trainer was to document the journey.

    Another day out yesterday - https://youtu.be/wMyttwSM9lY

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    Very nice! We are just starting to see the snow piles dwindle here in Minnesota.

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