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    We three wolves running around in the desert looking for strippers and cocaine!


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    sick vid!
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    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Nice job filming!
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    ASU!

    Very nice vid. Must of took some work.

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    Awesome

    That was well done! Great trail, great riding, great vid!

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    Nice Vid man!!! I like your editing and filming, lotsa good angles. If u dont mind me askin, what kinda cam and editing software did u use?
    Madspeed always prevails!

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    Kool video man! Like the panning and survivor man filming.

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    Great work. It really captures the feel of this trail. Also liked, "Is that going to make it into the video?". "Ahh, no."

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    Nice, that looks much more exciting than going to work...

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    Very cool video ! Thank you for sharing it.

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    I like the angles you have in all your videos....the waterfall section was great in this one.




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    Another high quality video, keep up the good work.

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    Nice work.

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    lots of off trail ridding going on

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    Nice job on the biker/hiker meeting. The rider in red handled that perfectly in my mind.

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    Nice! diggin' the angle on the waterfall.

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    should post to vimeo so i can view from work, even though today is my last day and i only have 2 hours left...

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    great cinematography starting around 40 sec... good sheet mayn!
    i like these odds....

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    Nice work! I love that the damage to the camera occured on the way UP National!
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    Killer video! Thanks for sharring!

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    Damn, thats an awesome video. Loved the paning, the angles and everything about your filming technique. Stuffs better then half the crap I see on TV I tell ya!

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    Excellent work! i've been watching your other videos since i got home!

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    sick movie!

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    Not at the table,Carlos!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tgiles
    Nice Vid man!!! I like your editing and filming, lotsa good angles. If u dont mind me askin, what kinda cam and editing software did u use?

    Not me shootin or editing thats Scotty's Job. He uses a full size sony HD A1 camera with a home fabricated helmet mount. I believe the software is Final Cut.

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    Thanks for all the positive feedback. Just to clear the air, I am not the one shooting or editting. I am just one of the douchers in the vid. Scott from MomentumvideoAz is the mastermind. He's mot a MTBR guy so I post the videos for him. While I'm being honest for once, Scott is also the best rider in the group. There I said it.

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    Very cool video mang! Got me itching to get back out...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jusflo
    Thanks for all the positive feedback. Just to clear the air, I am not the one shooting or editting. I am just one of the douchers in the vid. Scott from MomentumvideoAz is the mastermind. He's mot a MTBR guy so I post the videos for him. While I'm being honest for once, Scott is also the best rider in the group. There I said it.
    Yeah, you and Johnny Walker rawk! I had the chance to hang with y'all a couple times.


    ...well atleast I tried to.

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    jusflo - what can you(they) do about that lens?
    is there a repair like a windshield?

    I know that's kinda why I keep a useless 'UV filter' on my SLR lens/s - It's sacrificial.
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll
    jusflo - what can you(they) do about that lens?
    Its a $400 fisheye lens that can be repaired for $200.

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    I got a nice Canon Camera last christmas and have only shot some video on vacation and around the house, but you've captured what I've been dreaming of doing. Nice work....Fun stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jusflo
    Its a $400 fisheye lens that can be repaired for $200.
    That sucks
    Is there anything - i.e. UV 'filter' that can be screwed on? (for later prevention?)
    I'm not familiar with that camera. - I'm not even sure what camera it was shot with.

    For anybody wondering why I say UV=useless=protection etc... It's the cheapest 'filter' you can get essentially, and it really is a 'marketing' scam for those uninitiated. It does next to nothing except provide a barrier between elements and the first piece of glass. Any MINIMAL filtering can be easily accomplished in post - and to a greater degree...
    They will absolutely try to sell you one, but for all the wrong reasons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jusflo
    Its a $400 fisheye lens that can be repaired for $200.

    yikes! that's why a filter is a must. cheap and effective. pretty nice video i must say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll
    it really is a 'marketing' scam for those uninitiated. It does next to nothing except provide a barrier between elements and the first piece of glass.
    Hey Highdell- A little history on the UV filter. Back in the old days (you're probably too young to remember), cameras used this stuff called film. This film stuff would capture things that the human eye couldn't, and sometimes in different lighting conditions the color balance would shift to either cooler (more blue), or warmer (more red). These color shifts wouldn't be noticed by the average person because the human eye is extremely adaptable to these kinds of changes. Anyways, the UV filter was invented because at high altitudes (ultraviolet light increases as you gain elevation), and in open shade situations (the main lighting is from the blue sky, and not the warm colored sun), the images on film would turn out with a blue tint due to UltraViolet rays (UV, get it?). Take a close look at your UV filter, and it will have the slightest warming (reddish) tint to it. Nowadays with digital media, and the ability to edit any image quite easily, there is no need for a UV filter except as you note, for a lens protector (which is a great idea). Also in some circumstances, a UV filter can cause some flaring and impact the contrast range of an image, but for the most part in the digital age, will be indistinguishable from an unprotected lens.
    "Doing the right thing" is like water. It's good for all living things,and flows without thinking about where it's going.

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    Oh yeah, I am amazed at the high quality of the mtb videos being posted on mtbr these days. Keep up the good work!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainflow
    Hey Highdell- A little history on the UV filter. Back in the old days (you're probably too young to remember), cameras used this stuff called film. This film stuff would capture things that the human eye couldn't, and sometimes in different lighting conditions the color balance would shift to either cooler (more blue), or warmer (more red). These color shifts wouldn't be noticed by the average person because the human eye is extremely adaptable to these kinds of changes. Anyways, the UV filter was invented because at high altitudes (ultraviolet light increases as you gain elevation), and in open shade situations (the main lighting is from the blue sky, and not the warm colored sun), the images on film would turn out with a blue tint due to UltraViolet rays (UV, get it?). Take a close look at your UV filter, and it will have the slightest warming (reddish) tint to it. Nowadays with digital media, and the ability to edit any image quite easily, there is no need for a UV filter except as you note, for a lens protector (which is a great idea). Also in some circumstances, a UV filter can cause some flaring and impact the contrast range of an image, but for the most part in the digital age, will be indistinguishable from an unprotected lens.
    Hey, I'm replying before even reading...I used to do film back in the day and even developed my own shlt in the dark room. - I'm gonna hit reply now and see what you have to say

    :reading:

    -yep...no impact on what I said earlier....
    nice insult douche nozzle
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    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll
    Hey, I'm replying before even reading...I used to do film back in the day and even developed my own shlt in the dark room. - I'm gonna hit reply now and see what you have to say

    :reading:

    -yep...no impact on what I said earlier....
    nice insult douche nozzle
    Uh..., sorry dude, I wasn't trying to insult anyone. I just thought it was good information. Go back to developing your own shlt.
    "Doing the right thing" is like water. It's good for all living things,and flows without thinking about where it's going.

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    don't be so passive aggressive (or patronizing) next time then and inadvertently derail an otherwise awesome thread OK?
    "Back in the old days (you're probably too young to remember), cameras used this stuff called film. This film stuff would capture things that the human eye couldn't"

    Cool?
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    sweet vid! i've yet to do the mormon.

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    great quality video!

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