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    Trail riding on my Enduro

    Shot some footage in September 2010, and decided to experiment with a combination of normal speed, and high-speed footage. Before shooting all the shots I wanted, September passed, and the forest lighting changed so much so that proper continuity was impossible. So I edited what I had, and this is the result, enjoy.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jm_SZSX2r5c

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    hi i like the way the tires shred the terrian in slow mo...put together great thx for sharing
    Respect the Aina....Aloha

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    Wow... Excellent work. I really liked the mix of normal and slow. Just one on-bike camera shot really would have ruined the entire video.

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    thanks guys : )

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    Very nice! (both the riding and the editing

    May I ask what camera/equipment you have used to shoot this?

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    Thanks : ) I used a casio compact camera, the FC100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by V.P.
    Thanks : ) I used a casio compact camera, the FC100.
    It shoots very nice video!

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    Yearh, it really does considering its a pretty cheap camera.

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