epic cameras?

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  1. Swink

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    Wanting to start filming my hunts and was wondering is the epic camera a good one too start on? Is there quality and picture good? Thanks any help would be appreciated
     
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    I bought mine this year to do hunts but I also used it for fishing which turned out awesome. I tried mounting it to the stabilizer and when it would vibrate to much so I started to mount it to my wrist that holds the bow.
     
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    Is the picture quality good when the deers about 30 or 40 yards away?
     
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    SharpEyeSam Legendary Woodsman

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    No the picture quality is NOT good when the deer is 30-40 yards away. The Epic Cam is best used that way for closer shots. Inside of 25 yards I would say. Since there is no Zoom feature. I use mine for a second shot angle from the tree. Mine is mounted to my bow facing me. If you can, get an expensive HD cam and a camera arm to start. It gives you more options. I hope this helps.
     

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