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Old 12-17-2009, 07:34 AM
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Default Filming Fail... Destroying your camera at the races

Here's a good example of how to destroy your wifes camera at the races. I had a little explaining to do when I got back home.

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Old 12-17-2009, 10:18 AM
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hehe . . . somehow i think thats probably not that un common




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haha, i knew that was coming as soon as the video started.
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Originally Posted by ravencrew
Here's a good example of how to destroy your wifes camera at the races. I had a little explaining to do when I got back home.

Cute little video. Here is a suggestion for ya. If your not shooting with gear, that is made to withstand moisture/ water. Get yourself a waterproof housing, or at least a ziploc bag + some rubber bands. That a way, your wife won't kill ya, when you come home. Were you using a P&S w/ video feature or a Video Camera?
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Originally Posted by Eaton Photos
Cute little video. Here is a suggestion for ya. If your not shooting with gear, that is made to withstand moisture/ water. Get yourself a waterproof housing, or at least a ziploc bag + some rubber bands. That a way, your wife won't kill ya, when you come home. Were you using a P&S w/ video feature or a Video Camera?
It was a Video Camera a Sony with one of those Carl Ziess lens. I paid close to 600.00 with the extra battery back when it was the hottest thing on the market. Now it sells for about 300.00 and in HD. I hear the p/s with video are begining to make a run on video cameras like the Canon Mark D.
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