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#6481152 - 10/04/16 07:58 PM Video hunt
allterrain Offline
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Registered: 11/21/14
Posts: 314
Loc: Arlington Tx
Was fortunate to have my son video my pig hunt a couple of weeks ago. Bow hunting is already a major rush and even more rewarding to have it on video. It was a nice preseason kickoff to hunting season.

https://youtu.be/4cu3lCb86WQ


Edited by allterrain (10/05/16 04:25 AM)
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#6481697 - 10/05/16 08:56 AM Re: Video hunt [Re: allterrain]
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Loc: Gonzales, Texas
I enjoyed the video. You may want to look into using some of the lighted nocks for the video. I think they help make great video. Did he recover the hog? Any pics of the recovery?
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#6482053 - 10/05/16 12:12 PM Re: Video hunt [Re: Curtis]
allterrain Offline
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Registered: 11/21/14
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Loc: Arlington Tx
Originally Posted By: Curtis
I enjoyed the video. You may want to look into using some of the lighted nocks for the video. I think they help make great video. Did he recover the hog? Any pics of the recovery?


Thanks Curtis, I enjoyed the hunt. A lengthy story behind this pig hunt and yes the pig was recovered the next morning as daylight ran out on us that evening and we followed the blood trail for about 75 yards then backed out and found her the next morning. She went about 150 yards total.
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#6482213 - 10/05/16 01:35 PM Re: Video hunt [Re: allterrain]
blazin Offline
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Thoroughly enjoyed that!
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#6483376 - 10/06/16 08:22 AM Re: Video hunt [Re: Curtis]
Woj Offline
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Registered: 12/09/09
Posts: 98
Originally Posted By: Curtis
I enjoyed the video. You may want to look into using some of the lighted nocks for the video. I think they help make great video. Did he recover the hog? Any pics of the recovery?


Agree. And using slow motion of the arrow in flight, using the lighted knock, add some good visual effects, especially if you get a pass through. Here is one I did last season:


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#6483748 - 10/06/16 11:44 AM Re: Video hunt [Re: Woj]
allterrain Offline
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Registered: 11/21/14
Posts: 314
Loc: Arlington Tx
Originally Posted By: Woj
Originally Posted By: Curtis
I enjoyed the video. You may want to look into using some of the lighted nocks for the video. I think they help make great video. Did he recover the hog? Any pics of the recovery?


Agree. And using slow motion of the arrow in flight, using the lighted knock, add some good visual effects, especially if you get a pass through. Here is one I did last season:



Nice video and shot.
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#6485671 - 10/07/16 05:20 PM Re: Video hunt [Re: allterrain]
Woj Offline
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Registered: 12/09/09
Posts: 98
Another video with a lighted knock and slow motion. However you will see a classic error in the video. I always use autofocus on my camera (phone). When doing so, the camera will focus on the object closest to the camera. In your video, it focussed on the limbs / branches a couple times, in my video, it focussed on the blind after the shot while moving the camera watching the deer.



Also, another benefit of using a lighted knock... you can see where the arrow goes after the passthrough and go track it down. Here is a video of a lighted knock on a doe, the arrow passes through, and the arrow skips and flies 50 yds past the deer. Sitting in the blind after the shot, we watched the video and knew exactly where to go look for the arrow.


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#6486540 - 10/08/16 01:09 PM Re: Video hunt [Re: allterrain]
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Registered: 01/10/06
Posts: 625
Loc: Forney, TX
Great video and advise. I video all my hunted and use the nocturnal nocks. What camera are you using. Died last weeekend
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#6486582 - 10/08/16 01:43 PM Re: Video hunt [Re: allterrain]
Woj Offline
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Registered: 12/09/09
Posts: 98
Don't laugh, but I use my iPhone! And when hunting solo, I use this type of holder...gives me lot's of flexibility on placements and angles.

https://www.amazon.com/Goldenwide-360-de...s=iPhone+holder

Here are a couple videos with this iPhone & holder setup in a tripod:




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