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Old 08-10-2010, 12:37 PM
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While in Austria my son Nico asked me if we could make videos with my old Coolpix...I answered we could make only 15 seconds ones...he switched on the cam and ...Your turn Dad!was very lucky so catch a troutif you closely have a look you'll see the fish taking the dry.
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Old 08-10-2010, 12:58 PM
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sweet! I remember taking pictures of some fish i hooked at a creek not to long ago and after stuffing the camera in my pocket, it switched it to video mode instead of photo capture. I ended ujp with like a 10-15 second video of me taking the fly out of the fish hah. Not as cool as yours but a funny surprise

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That is some great timing JP. Very cool.
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JP: That was pretty cool, thanks for sharing! Nico did a good job with the camera.

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Hi JP,

I see what you mean about the 15 seconds. That is a good looking spot where you caught that fish.

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very nice JP. Just wondering how many takes it took for you to get that one
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very nice JP. Just wondering how many takes it took for you to get that one
Ant: Good one! I'm still laughing, I'm guessing it took JP about a hundred takes, typical film director!

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I can see it now Larry; 100 takes, 15 seconds at a time.....
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15 seconds ? too hard for me
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Ant: Good one! I'm still laughing, I'm guessing it took JP about a hundred takes, typical film director!

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Larry the film director Nico isn't a patient guy...he would have thrown the cam into the water after a few takes...
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