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Old 12-16-2011, 09:55 PM   #1
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Kick Dual Sport Movie


Im not even 5 minutes in yet but since Im watching it in HD I have to let my lame comcast internet load the rest of the movie...its pretty good and funny so far
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Cool... wish we had mountains close. Guess its time to plan a enduro ride for this spring.
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Cool... wish we had mountains close. Guess its time to plan a enduro ride for this spring.
In, I've been browsing this site the last couple of weeks...

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Old 12-16-2011, 11:13 PM   #4
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Cool... wish we had mountains close. Guess its time to plan a enduro ride for this spring.
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Old 12-16-2011, 11:22 PM   #5
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Hey guys! Thank you so much for posting our video on your forum. We really appreciate it. You can see our other kick dual sport videos at http://www.DualSportVideos.com

If you would like a full quality DVD copy of all our vids, feel free to e-mail me at BrianPeddicord@gmail.com

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Awesome video.
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Hey guys! Thank you so much for posting our video on your forum. We really appreciate it. You can see our other kick dual sport videos at http://www.DualSportVideos.com

If you would like a full quality DVD copy of all our vids, feel free to e-mail me at BrianPeddicord@gmail.com

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Hey I was wondering what was up with the large cameras you guys are using. Are they more advantageous than a Go Pro HD? They look awfully heavy on your helmets!

Anyways, great job!
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Hey I was wondering what was up with the large cameras you guys are using. Are they more advantageous than a Go Pro HD? They look awfully heavy on your helmets!

Anyways, great job!
Thank you for the comment, we really appreciate it. We personally all decided against the GoPros after using one in our first dual sport video which took place in San Luis Obispo, CA.

The main reason we don't use GoPros is because of the extremely wide camera angle. It kind of makes you nauseous watching fish eye footage. Another reason is that the sound is horrible and finally there are no viewfinders so you can't tell what you are even filming. They also cost too much for what they are. We fund everything ourself and are all working guys, so we don't have $350 to blow on a camera that is so limited. We do use their mounting gear sometimes.

David was filming with a Canon HFS-10 which he has used on all our other videos, until he hit that tree in the video and now that thing is toast. The reason he prefers the big camera is because he is a real camera man and prefers having the ability to see what he is filming, by having the viewfinder screen in front of his right eye (not very safe of course). Also, you can zoom in and out with a camera like that. You can also put different lenses on it as well. After he broke his camera he switched to a simple Canon Elph with a waterproof case, even thought thats only a $100 camera, the quality was amazing, and he just used his hand for that one.

My dad, Mike, was using a Flip Ultra HD since he is new to filming. It is extremely simple to use and also has a screen on the back so you can see if your shot is lined up right. The color is very vivid on these cameras and when you use lithium ion batteries it is extremely light. The only cost about $150, so if you lose one it's not a big deal.

I film from the side using a Canon HFS-100 which is awesome for action and when I am doing interviews and more scenic stuff I use my DSLR which is a Canon Rebel T3i which I love since I can change lenses on it and make it look more like a real movie.

Thanks again for watching, please share the video with your friends,
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