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Tips for using an action camera #8364499 08/26/21 06:43 PM
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Very different than my usual videos. I'm hopeful some on here will find it useful.


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Re: Tips for using an action camera [Re: Kelulu] #8364760 08/26/21 10:51 PM
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Nice!


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I started using a insta360 camera on my flushing lab. Brings a whole new perspective to the hunt. When its not on the dog, I have it on a selfie pole through my vest behind my back. Essentially it extends about 1.5' above my head.

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