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Old Dec 29, 2009, 9:01 PM   #21
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If you watched that part I shown, tere are two mighty fine sarks there about 6-8 feet in lentgh, I was not going to measure, or even feed by hand, and yes that sucker did pop out of the water, and yes the oters are called tarpen, and Jack h.... something

Correct. it's a great thing we can purchase these, take with us and care for them as well. and not worry bout someone bumping into you, forgetting, in the excitement, etc.

Memories caught, on tape is priceless.

some of us cannot afford a canon, a nikon etc. te GVS is a prize pocession, I just wished tis 1 plus year cam drop down to 150.00 or less and not keep to 180 plus 219 for black on black

rolling shutter is more present on my kodak, less on the GVS and am pleased with it
These are Pc low Budget Economy Hybrid camcorders Great for the Daytime Outdoor shots
Light on the Object video made. No light No Video
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