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Video & Photography Tips, tricks, and suggestions for videotaping and photographing your hunts.

Not correct forum,but would appreciate feedback on this yall!!

Old 04-16-2012, 03:38 PM
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howdy fellow outdoors man, I am looking at purchasing a Video Camera for hunting,fishing,outdoor activiity you name it. But I live here in northeast nebraska and had a few buddys come up from SD and brought a lil sony video camera witht them(bout a 1500$ camera), and we got some good footage,and I got a Gobbler I shot on film,which was awesome. But I am leaning towards the campbell camera website, and looking at the cameras and package deals, but I do not know enough about video cameras to be making a decision,without enough time searching about them and finding out info, like I said I will do everything from filmin deer hunts,to waterfowl hunts,use it all the time,and I am willing to spend good $ on getting a good one, and im looking to get a midsized video cam,not to small but not to big, thank you guys for the help.
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Old 04-16-2012, 07:22 PM
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just trying to help as I moved it here so maybe you get a few answers.

I video lots of stuff but amno where near a pro as I use a simple little handycam. Have seen the Campbell stuff and have a buddies son who does that.....

good luck

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Old 05-21-2012, 10:01 AM
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any gear you get should be purchased from B and H camera/video. Best rates, best customer service, etc. I purchase all my gear from them and have for years. Any problems and they'll return it. They have user ratings to help you out on your purchase as well.
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Old 05-21-2012, 01:29 PM
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I’d go with Campbell. There prices have came down lately and I have great luck with their customer service.
The “Outfitter” camera arm from Muddy Outdoors is a great arm for cameras up to 5 lbs or so.
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Old 05-26-2012, 08:51 AM
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Originally Posted by ChuckDee View Post
any gear you get should be purchased from B and H camera/video. Best rates, best customer service, etc. I purchase all my gear from them and have for years. Any problems and they'll return it. They have user ratings to help you out on your purchase as well.

I agree with ChuckDee, any camera/video from B & H. Or if you want you can get Canon 7D. It is good for videography and photography.
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