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Easy challenge: Post a better video than mine.

I know a lot of you have put together videos of your summer trips on the boat. Why not post them? I put this together a few weeks ago. All of the pictures and video are shot on an old point and shoot camera, or a cheap sport camera. The editing software I used was fairly limited. Needless to say, this is total amateur stuff. Anyway, let's see what you all put together!

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Re: Easy challenge: Post a better video than mine.

Nice one.

I posted my summer cruising vids here.
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