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I have had My hero3 for some time now, but for some reason I haven't played with it much. Thats going to change, so keep an eye out for some Fresh Rogue River footage. Here is a short clip i made playinfg with the limited videos I did take. please forgive my double clip of the wood river...im still learning the new software...but tell me what you think. you can check out the video on my blog here http://southernoregonflyfishing.blogspot.com/2014/10/playing-with-go-pro_27.html
 

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Hi Nate,

I had mine with me a couple days after we fished together and actually caught a pretty fish and was able to get it on the video. I haven't spent any time figuring out how to edit any of the stuff yet but can see that it'll be pretty handy this next season.

I caught 6 fish while down there but none were the great big fish we all dream of. Still we had a wonderful time and I'll be back again. I might give Washington State a go next fall for the same reasons we came to Oregon, I've never fished or traveled around there.

The day we spent with you was fun and I can't begin to tell everyone how comfortable we felt with you. It was as if we were old pals. I may call for some go pro editing tips :)

Ard
 

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Looking good so far Nate, especially enjoyed seeing some of the usual haunts on the upper Rogue where we fished. One of the main issues/challenges with GoPro camera footage, imo, is the ultra wide angle perspective can really diminish the size and scale of things. I liked the up close and personal parts the best, like the underwater shots of the fish swimming. Keep it up, and put some more out
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Hi Nate,

I had mine with me a couple days after we fished together and actually caught a pretty fish and was able to get it on the video. I haven't spent any time figuring out how to edit any of the stuff yet but can see that it'll be pretty handy this next season.

I caught 6 fish while down there but none were the great big fish we all dream of. Still we had a wonderful time and I'll be back again. I might give Washington State a go next fall for the same reasons we came to Oregon, I've never fished or traveled around there.

The day we spent with you was fun and I can't begin to tell everyone how comfortable we felt with you. It was as if we were old pals. I may call for some go pro editing tips :)

Ard
Right on Ard It was a great time. I do want to get up your way as well.
 

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Looking good so far Nate, especially enjoyed seeing some of the usual haunts on the upper Rogue where we fished. One of the main issues/challenges with GoPro camera footage, imo, is the ultra wide angle perspective can really diminish the size and scale of things. I liked the up close and personal parts the best, like the underwater shots of the fish swimming. Keep it up, and put some more out
JB
I agree Jason, I have another one coming out soon!
 

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Looking good so far Nate, especially enjoyed seeing some of the usual haunts on the upper Rogue where we fished. One of the main issues/challenges with GoPro camera footage, imo, is the ultra wide angle perspective can really diminish the size and scale of things. I liked the up close and personal parts the best, like the underwater shots of the fish swimming. Keep it up, and put some more out
JB
Jason check out the blog, this is my best one yet! I wish I had more time and money....I love to play with film.
 
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