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    I had one for a season and they are fun but not exactly what I had in mind. Thus the moral to this short story. Know what you are after.. it was super fun the first season but I could only watch myself draw back a bow, shoot a gun and stealthily walk thru the woods a few times before it got old and quickly got left behind.

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    Also check out the Drift HD Ghost... This Camera is not Cheap either ($399.99)... Noticed that it looked like it had Really Good Video Quality and It Looks Like (Do Some Research) it has an easy to use remote that straps to your wrist.....

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    $399.00 Off by .99 cents.. Just wanted to be Correct. At that point didn't want the .99 Cents to Scare Ya......

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    I have the Hero3 Black edition and I can testify its best when used at 30yrds or less. The audio leaves much to be desired, but it is great to be able to run this camera with the wifi remote and to be able to point and shoot without any additional distraction. It tracks the arrow great and with the high-speed recording options, its perfect for slow motion impact shots in the 15-25 yard range. I also have a Cannon GL2 that's nice, but its cumbersome and requires a lot more involvement to get great footage.
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    I would have to agree that with Any type of (Action Camera) you are probably looking at a 30 yard max for any decent footage...... I never New that there was so many of these Action Camera's out there Noticed at least 7..... WOW...... The Drift HD Ghost, JVC Addixxon and Hero 3.... All looked pretty good and I'm Sure each of them have there Plus and Minuses.....

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    Thanks for the up date and reply.

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    From reading all the reviews on all the types of cameras they all pretty much have their pros and cons, I don't like the audio issues with go pro that's for sure, when I make up my mind I'll post it .

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    Check Out The Drift Hd Ghost Video...



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    Quote Originally Posted by az.mountain runner View Post
    From reading all the reviews on all the types of cameras they all pretty much have their pros and cons, I don't like the audio issues with go pro that's for sure, when I make up my mind I'll post it .
    I know what you mean!! A video is only as good as the audio that goes with it.

    Here are some good spring sounds!!
    http://albums.phanfare.com/isolated/ZThl0jNJ/1/5557313

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    I use my go pro for action sports. I would think go pros of hunting would get boring. I use the chest mount for mountain biking and attatched a mount for my snowmobile.

 

 

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