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Old 12-30-2015, 11:32 PM
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In PA. I belong to a local Forums Board like this one. One of the guys was shoving me to do videos on Chuck Hunting. I had a hip replacement in April and that gave me a chance to learn videos, youtube, etc.----------I was really struggling, but later it became fun.
This video is some clips sewed together in my infancy with field videos.
I started with a 5 power zoom (1st minute of this video) and the results were terrible. I went to a 35 power zoom and that changed everything.
The biggest problem is things happen fast out in the field. Finding the Chucks, gettin' the camera ready, setting up to shoot---Groundhogs can be really stupid (a small %), the others, even at 300 yards and in camo, don't hang around long enough to launch one. Motion is my largest enemy. This video is as the title says, 'ROOKIE CAMERAMAN'. Plus the videos show some really ugly shots !
When I post later videos you will see improvement.
Here we go---Fossil----Comments are welcome for my improvement.

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Old 12-31-2015, 02:51 AM
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What camera are you using ?

If you really want to do videos I'd suggest you get another camera for a different perspective. Like yourself face or side pov.
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