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Thanks for the Friday 'pick-me-up'! When do you reef that boat!
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Very nice footage thanks
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Giu, waves never look as big in pictures as they really are, or maybe you're just exaggerating .

You've been taking quite a lot of video footage lately, and it made me think of this product. It's called True Horizon and it keeps the camera leveled while you sail, like a gimbaled camera mount . Just thought you might want to check them out.

http://www.horizontrue.com/
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Thanks for the thought Gui, but some of us stuck at work just have to imagine the pics.

Blasted filters! Can't sail or enjoy the view, what do they expect us to do?
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Thanks Giu, I needed that! But I kept leaning......
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Yeah, that's about when I reef Oh Joy.
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Alex, I was really enjoying the video until the reflection of the sun off of your bald spot blinded me.
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Thanks for the thought Gui, but some of us stuck at work just have to imagine the pics.

Blasted filters! Can't sail or enjoy the view, what do they expect us to do?
It would be worth learning to bypass the filters. Maybe with a fake proxy or something. Google has all the answers.
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The video always flattens out the waves... go figure. Nice to see you on your tippy fat boat.
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