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    Video - 2011 Montana High Country Mule Deer

    Here is the video of my 2011 High Country Mule Deer hunt in Montana.

    Enjoy:



    I know, I know ... I missed. I rushed that one. Probably should of edited it out ...

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    Very nice! That's a bummer about him rolling off the cliff, but it didn't look like any of the tines broke. Thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks.

    The four inch kicker off his left side broke off, but through some miracle we found it in the rockslide. My taxi is fixing the tine, and putting synthetic velvet on. Should look like pre-fall.

    Don't know if you noticed, but I was rockin' the Eastman's cap. It's my lucky hat.
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    Cool hunt bitterroot. Thats cool you found that tine. Bummer he took a digger. Congrats on a killer buck.

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    Great job! Cool video as well.

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    Very nice, looked like a full pack on the way out!

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    Great buck and a great video. What camera did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sky View Post
    What camera did you use?
    Believe it or not, the video was through my Sony WX-1 Point and Shoot camera on the HD (720P) Video setting. Telephoto shots were with the same camera through my Vortex Razor 85HD using a Tines Up Scopecam adapter and Zeikos Universal 37mm thread adapter.

    More info and pics of my setup are in this thread:

    http://www.eastmans.com/forum/showth...cope-cam/page2

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    Btw, nice hat!
    Hey how far was the telephoto through your razor? Also what zoom power? Thanks bitterroot. Again, nice video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drhorsepower View Post
    Btw, nice hat!
    Hey how far was the telephoto through your razor? Also what zoom power? Thanks bitterroot. Again, nice video.
    The telephoto shots ranged from 335 yards (the shot) to 900 yards (live footage). The eyepiece was on 20x for most of the shots, but was occasionally turned up to around 40x. The camera zoom was 2x-4x typically

 

 

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