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Posted 11/07/16 - 02:16 PM
My son wants me to come and guide him and give moral support.
So my questions are what's a good camera for amateur videoing a deer hunt so it needs to be good in low light without breaking the bank? Say maximum all in 800 for the camera and arm and what ever else I may need so it doesn't shake like the Blair Witch project. LOL
I have no expectations of trying to get on a hunting show just for personal consumption.
Looking forward to hear what you've got to suggest!
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Elite Pure, CBE Tek Hybrid, 10" B-Stinger stabilizer, Limbdriver rest , Alpine Soft Loc 5 Quiver, Muzzy 100 4 bld and Magnus Stinger 100 4 bld , Beman ICS Hunter 400 28" ,Short n Sweet release, Vortex 8.5X50 Vultures
Posted 11/07/16 - 07:47 PM
Edited by P&Y BUCK, 11/07/16 - 07:58 PM.
Posted 11/07/16 - 07:53 PM
Posted 11/07/16 - 08:21 PM
Need to fine tune that raw footage
Posted 11/07/16 - 08:32 PM
you will want
manual white balance
a shotgun mic input
a LANC input
check on Amazon for a used Canon Vixia
i have a canon HFS21 for truck interview work. it stays on a tripod in the truck.
i use a DSLR when hunting.
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