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    Question Slow motion / High speed camera usage in the shop

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    What type of high speed camera / camcorder do you use to capture weapon cycling? Is it equipment that you keep around the shop or just something that was used for the show?

    Brand and model would be really helpful if you happen to know.

    Thanks for your help.

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    Hi Wil,,would like to know too,,bill bujton

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    A mod on another board posts a lot of slow-mo shooting videos. He uses a Casio Exelim EX FC100.

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    I have no idea , honestly have never been interested enough to even ask . Thats all Jupiter .
    Will Hayden, RedJacket Firearms
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    I think I saw some high end digital HD camcorders that had a 6-800 frame per sec mode?? Somewhere, might even have been wally world, if I remember right they were about 5-550 ish?? on sale where ever it was I saw it. There was one other one they had that was about 150 more with a whole shitload of features that would keep me busy for a bit, I've seen a couple that some people used to film a couple of segments with us for Vt journal, Vt+NH fish and wildlife and a couple others,those things they have are incredible and are multiple thousands of $ to buy and they get used for outdoor hunting and fishing programs so they can take abuse too. I've got a couple friends I asked about cameras awhile back and that was kinda what I want too. They both said it would take about 1200-1500 for something that will do almost anything that anyone would ever want to do with it other than a pro carrying all that stuff with the 2'-3' lens on them. I think I can find a bit better use for the $ than a camera rigth now.

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