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Re: 35 knots- dingy sailing

Thanks for all the positive feed back. For those talking about the winds the recordings of wind speed on the first day (first half of video was 29knots gusting 35knots)
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Re: 35 knots- dingy sailing

I do like the position of the camera at the end of the boom... seems to always have the best view.
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Re: 35 knots- dingy sailing

I want to know what kind of mount they used to secure it to the boom.. it was taking some swings during the tacks
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Re: 35 knots- dingy sailing

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I want to know what kind of mount they used to secure it to the boom.. it was taking some swings during the tacks
we used a gopro roll bar mount
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Re: 35 knots- dingy sailing

that looked like fun and i liked the dubstep.
however, i would prefer real time and real audio.

either way that video is giving me early spring fever.
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Re: 35 knots- dingy sailing

that's an awesome video, crew, and boat! the Feva is super fast! And yes, sailing chicks are awesome!
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Re: 35 knots- dingy sailing

awesome!
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