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01-20-2012 05:32 PM
nickwarrenn
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Originally Posted by cifex View Post
Quoted so you can't edit this shit when you realize......

Look on the bottom right of the video dude.
What, where the "Actual footage" part ends?


...Oh, fuck me.
01-20-2012 04:03 PM
Snownad
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Originally Posted by nickwarrenn View Post
I really want to call fake, as of the clip at 1:32. How could they take a video of the camera falling into the water, if it was an "accident"?
Quoted so you can't edit this shit when you realize......

The internet must be a scary place for you nickwarrenn?


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Originally Posted by jcblitz View Post
Eh, I think maybe you're misunderstanding him. He's not talking about the footage _from_ the camera falling into the water. He's talking about the footage _of_ the camera falling into the water, which was clearly added after the fact as the case is all crusty. It's not fake, it was just added in for effect.
Sure makes him sound like he is.
01-20-2012 03:34 PM
jcblitz
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Originally Posted by cifex View Post
Quoted so you can't edit this shit when you realize......
Eh, I think maybe you're misunderstanding him. He's not talking about the footage _from_ the camera falling into the water. He's talking about the footage _of_ the camera falling into the water, which was clearly added after the fact as the case is all crusty. It's not fake, it was just added in for effect.
01-20-2012 03:31 PM
baldylox
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Originally Posted by nickwarrenn View Post
I really want to call fake, as of the clip at 1:32. How could they take a video of the camera falling into the water, if it was an "accident"?
Quoted so you can't edit this shit when you realize......

Look on the bottom right of the video dude.
01-20-2012 02:35 PM
nickwarrenn I really want to call fake, as of the clip at 1:32. How could they take a video of the camera falling into the water, if it was an "accident"?
01-09-2012 09:28 PM
ShredLife
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Originally Posted by slyder View Post
ShredLife

You need to send this to GoPro for a testimonial maybe you can be in a commercial or print add for them

at 1:32 did you add a splice as you have a pic of the camera itself falling into the water, NOT from the camera point of view???
not me, not my video - just a random video i found.
01-09-2012 08:24 PM
cjcameron11 Yeah i watched it and yes its impressive that it lasted 2 months. The only thing is i believe that all the pod cams in their waterproof cases would do the same. Thats all i was trying to say, i realise that go pro is the most popular cam and thats cool but i disagree that it is the only one that could withstand being underwater for 2 months, and now that you mention it, it could be a new r&d test for cam companies!
01-09-2012 08:19 PM
slyder ShredLife

You need to send this to GoPro for a testimonial maybe you can be in a commercial or print add for them

at 1:32 did you add a splice as you have a pic of the camera itself falling into the water, NOT from the camera point of view???
01-09-2012 07:51 PM
ShredLife well, i'm sure they are all waterproof to some extent... but did you watch the vid?


this camera spent two and a half months bouncing along a coral reef and the camera inside was still immaculate. i don't know if other companies cameras would hold up to that, maybe they would i don't really care either way - i just thought that this story was impressive. i don't think any camera manufacturers would design their product with that kind of test in mind...
01-09-2012 07:40 PM
cjcameron11 thats true, i was just saying that all of them would be waterproof in their designed case.
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