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Old 03-01-2010, 12:08 PM
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+1 on the GoPro (I have three). Get the new HD model as it is much improved and comes with a Li-Ion battery. The others will eat aaa batteries very quickly.
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Ive ordered a gopro but havnt used it yet..Heard alot of good things about gopro.
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so what do these videos look like on a big screen TV. are they as clear as they are on You Tube?

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Approx how much for a basic system?
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so what do these videos look like on a big screen TV. are they as clear as they are on You Tube?

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The quality is three to four times better on tv. It shoots 1080p....
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They will not look quite as good on a bigscreen as the more expensive HD camcorders, but still a very nice image. The biggest thing to consider is light. On a very cloudy day or during dusk/dawn the image will be a little dark. With good light your going to get great video.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhQs3...os=326L527SpRs +1 go pro
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here is one of my vids using the go pro hd. looking for free editing software...some of my vids are too big for youtube and i want to cut them down. i know there is another thread on this and i am going to search for it.

i can't embed correctly either.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96hArHrz1Vo

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