Originally Posted by BlueRaiderFan
Is that just a regular cam corder? Is there any way you could convert one of those battery powered cell phone chargers? You could just buy a couple extra batteries. Maybe you could just wait on your firends to catch them and you could flim. It seems like you know how to make high quality video. Anyway, if you went back and got some more film of catching fish and mixed it with this episode, I think you might have enough to market it. I know I would buy it if you spiced it up a bit with some nice views and lots of trout catching. Either way, that's great footage. I wish I knew how to do something like that.
Glad you like it. Maybe someday if somebody paid me, I do it better, by dropping my own fishing rod, and just sticking with the camera, but for now it's just for fun. I am glad you like it, and enjoy it for free. I have a few of the videos I paid for and I think it rivals them considering the amount of time they put in (several months) and the amount of time I put in a few days fishing with a few hours editing.
Glad you liked it, and to answer your question, yes, it's a regular consumer HD video camera. I've just starting thinking about one of those solar chargers, but no way to know if I could convert it to work on my batteries. I carry about 35 lbs. of crap back in there without the camera, so anything extra starts getting annoying. I've used a couple profesional cameras, and the quality difference is negligiable except the camera I was shooting with is very low weight...a good thing when you're carrying it on your back.