Starling video

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    LDP
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    This is the first video I ever made. You learn quickly how hard it is to get the shot on camera and have it in focus and not zoomed to close or far away. You also learn how to do better post editing as you go along.

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    Bob_O
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    Very nice!   Beautiful shots, especially on that field mouse……excellent!  

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    Hunt4Dinner
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    Running a camera and trying to get a shot all by yourself is very difficult on many different types of animals. Nice shooting. 

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    LDP
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    Thanks. 

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    cea1960
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    the shot on the feeder was perfect.  rotating, and a glass plate right next to the starling!

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    Yote
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    👍

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    crgabel
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    Nice job, Thanks 

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    douger
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    its pretty fun ill say 

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    JakeRico
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    Excellent video!! What equipment were you using to record this?

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    markT
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    Very nice.. love to see them just freeze up, or to quote Bob_O "turn into a statue"   when the pellet does what u intended it to do. Well done, keep after 'em.. 

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    Outback
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    👍   

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    LDP
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    Thank you everyone.

     

    JakeRico

    Excellent video!! What equipment were you using to record this?

    This was my first ever video so my equipment was pretty basic. I used a tripod for my camera since I didnt have a scope cam setup yet for the first videos I did. My video camera was canon HD camera that I dont have in front of me at the moment so I dont remember what model it was. If you are going to use a tripod with no scope cam any good HD video camera will work fine. If you are going for scope cam footage you need to use a video camera or phone that will record in HD with at least 120 fps and 240 fps is better if you want slo motion or to catch the pellet in flight.

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    JakeRico
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    Keep those videos coming. Thanks for the information in regards to recording with scope cam and iPhone. 👍

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