Who all films??

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  1. rmbailey2010

    rmbailey2010 Newb

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    Who all films there hunts?? It def. adds another layer and makes things tougher. Just curious how many guys out there are doing it now days.
     
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    recurvestalker Weekend Warrior

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    I started with a bow mounted go pro last year. Now I'm up to 2 go pro and a dslr. Definitely more challenging! Still waiting on shooting one with dslr up here too. 3 angles is the most I want to deal with solo for sure. I try to keep things simple, dslr as my primary camera, then one on the bow, I turn that on before I hook up my release, one on the bow hanger for an angle on me in the tree, this I turn on when I reach for the bow. That way I don't have to reach too many places I wouldn't be already.
     
  3. josephmrtn

    josephmrtn Weekend Warrior

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    I self film all of mine
     

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    Westfinger Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Yep, really enjoy self filming hunts. I run couple Go-pro's and added a little Cannon this year. I really need to spend some time learning how to edit. Thats where it all comes together.
     
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    I think I on my 4th our 5th year self filming. It certainly adds a whole different level of challenge.
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    No desire to do the heavy lifting of big cameras, however I do enjoy the typical GoPro camera work. I know it's not the best, but it's something to watch and enjoy later down the road. Here's my latest endeavor...
    https://youtu.be/oOElTEsziZQ
     
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    Eddie234 Weekend Warrior

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    I do sometimes. Nothing fancy just a small Sony handi cam and a camera arm.

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    I'm getting started. Only using a GoPro for now. Saving up for dslr.
     
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    I try to. I have a DSLR and a GoPro and a handheld camcorder. Only when I'm in a box stand and can use a tripod because I don't have a decent tree arm. For those of you that film out of a tree, what kind of setup do you use? I'm looking to get a tree arm so any tips or experiences would be appreciated!
     
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    _andrewgiles_sio Weekend Warrior

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    I don't go hunting if I don't have my cameras with me! Been filming for 4 years now
     
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    Drivingtacks Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I film every hunt. For the memories. YouTube channel is in my signature.
     
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    hornhunter Weekend Warrior

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    Have been saving memories for many years !!!
     
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    We just started filming and it definitely makes things more difficult. One thing I definitely enjoy is having someone else there to film (or filming for a buddy). Ads a social element to the hunt which makes it a lot more enjoyable on long sits.
     
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    Same here, if I forget to charge my camera batteries that means I'm not hunting that day
     
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    fishingdude93 Weekend Warrior

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    Just started the past year with a go pro. I seem to forget to turn it on when the big bucks are near. Recently just started filming a buddy with a small camera since I am done hunting for the year. Definitely adds some more excitement to the hunt especially when you can watch it over and over.
     

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