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post #31 of 41 (permalink) Old 04-08-2012, 08:53 AM Thread Starter
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Jeez, no powder cartweels?

Just kidding, great vid NS can use a segment for an ad!
I did have one crash that was pretty good! I shot so much video though, I haven't figured out which one has it. I probably have enough decent footage for another 2-4 minute video, so maybe I'll scrap another together. I was thinking about doing an end of season edit, as I have some good footage from Wolf Creek, Vail, and Berthoud Passes that I haven't used yet either.
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Gary great video! Yet again you have reminded me why this is the winter to quickly forget. Quick question though, where did you get your chest bag for your camera? I have been looking for one for awhile. It is a PITA to keep my camera in my pack.

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Gary great video! Yet again you have reminded me why this is the winter to quickly forget. Quick question though, where did you get your chest bag for your camera? I have been looking for one for awhile. It is a PITA to keep my camera in my pack.
None of the local camera stores had it but Amazon does.

Amazon.com: Lowepro Chest Harness For Topload Zoom: Camera & Photo

I'm using the Low Pro top loader AW50 for the carry bag. It's the smallest one that has four carry rings (two top, two bottom of the case) for the chest harness. It looks like you are carrying a chest burster alien but surprisingly the camera is not really in your way at all. Makes for fairly quick transitions. The only thing is you can't carry an extra lens in it. Though I just keep my other lens in my pack and switch them out before or after skinning most of the time.

The harness is a little bit of a pain to get set, but once you have it where you want it, it's pretty damn easy to use.
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Very nice Killcimbz!!

Having you hang you for the week was a highlite of my winter for sure. Your a great freind and guest and you are welcome anytime! Some of the video is a little sideways at fist. It gets better, and footage from angrier looks sick. a nice job pole dancing after you lost your helmet.

re all the other comments,

not only does that look like max in the photo, i thought steve martin as me?? I have slippers and pajama pants just like the hat!

I have a good habit of leaving my little point and shoot tucked away when the guys break out with the big guns. besides, per our agreement, photographer was not one of my duties. YC should have taken more. I suck at action shots anyways and Killz went home, phat, pow happy, and alive as promised... with no long approaches.

just got a nice print from costco. have to get a bigger slice of wood. stay tuned.
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Killz very nice and Ale I have finally gotten tired of the little hill really got to get it together to I venture out...you guys are murdering me. Summer's goal...do a splitty and get my legs in shape.


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Do it Wrath. Best thing I did was leave the resort behind...
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