It's in progress! BKozan took over the job with a new, un-familiar Macintosh. Give him some time, and the video will kick ass! Thats if the footage is even good. My camera ate so much dust that day, you can actually watch the video quality diminish throughout the days worth of footage
Yea, I ruined a Panasonic MiniDV camera at the dunes on New Years... my next video camera setup will be using a tiny camera that I will be mounting in various locations and it will be plugged into a Sony video camera that is totally sealed.
Damn looks real rocky. Any issues with tires or clearance?
I know someone mentioned it did a number on the rims
but that doesn't concern me. It didn't look like any of you
guys had spares. What kind of stuff did you take for the
just in case factor. Plug kit, compressor etc.
Any advice would be helpful.
No seriously some guys had spares and I had a compressor and several of us probably had plug kits. Flats are a possibility but we had no issues. There was a spot that one of our group clued us in on before we rounded a corner. It had taken out 2 of his tires. It was a metal bar sticking out of the ground.
When you go up the steep 10' hill climb with the sharp left there is a bar on the right side of the trail around the corner. You'll have a ravine on your left when you make this climb.
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