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Old Sunday 12th March 2006, 23:58   #1
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bird video clips

Here's a link to a couple of video clips I've done. I'm in the learning process. They were taken with a Sony TRV730 digital 8 camcorder. All without a scope, so I guess they are not videoscoped...but soon.

http://www.putfile.com/ricksvideos

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Old Thursday 4th May 2006, 11:07   #2
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Here's a link to a couple of video clips I've done. I'm in the learning process. They were taken with a Sony TRV730 digital 8 camcorder. All without a scope, so I guess they are not videoscoped...but soon.

http://www.putfile.com/ricksvideos

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Rick,

Those videos look great. Adding a spotting scope would be very nice. I'm a novice and just tried some close ups of the birds at our feeder with a digital camera. My first results were pretty poor but some people on this site gave me some things to try. My spotting scope is pretty cheap ($100) and they think it's the weak point. It mounts horrible so I can't use the zoom, just the focus.

Have you tried adding the scope yet?

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ricks videos

Good stuff mate, keep it going, I've just bought a canon xl1s, hoping to get some good footage here in the uk

the hawk catching the dove is really good, you could spend a lifetime waiting for footage like that!

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Another Source to broadcast your videos

I found a video sharing site dedicated to birds. You check it out and put some of your content there. You can also share it with family or friends

http://birdcinema.com
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I found a video sharing site dedicated to birds. You check it out and put some of your content there. You can also share it with family or friends

http://birdcinema.com
I posted some more videos on this site. I would encourage everyone to take a look as Don DesJardin has posted a number of excellent videos there for your viewing pleasure.

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