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What kind of video camera is best for ski videos?
Extreme Filmmaking: Discuss
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Topic : What kind of video camera is best for ski videos?
I'm preparing for a ski trip to Argentina and am looking for some good advice.
11:11 am Sunday
Feb 28, 2010
Check out this site. End of question. http://www.goprocamera.com/index.php?area=2&productid=29
6:46 pm Thursday
Feb 4, 2010
A good camera choice would be something rugged and tapeless (solid state rather than a hard drive) since tape will be affected by moisture and a hard drive will be affected by the cold. Be sure to allow a few minutes once you're outside for the camera to acclimatize. Put the camera in a ziplock bag until it's at the same temp as the outside air to keep it from collecting moisture and potentially 'icing up'. Good Luck!
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