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  1. #181
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    Shawn

    I dont wanna thread jack , but what helmet cam do you have? I have been shopping but do onnt know what to go with.

    The FCII seems cools becuase its self contained.

    Cool pic by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chubz View Post
    Shawn

    I dont wanna thread jack , but what helmet cam do you have? I have been shopping but do onnt know what to go with.

    The FCII seems cools becuase its self contained.

    Cool pic by the way.
    Chubz, it's the GoPro 5 wide. 5mp camera, with a fisheye lens. I got mine at REI with the 20% off coupon. It's $190, so I got it for $152. They're all over ebay for about that price too.

    I used the archos 605 in the past, and I'm very stoked on the GoPro. The Archos was way finnicky, and the GoPro just works. I just posted a vid too... check it out. For the money it's a way cool device. It can also be set up to shoot stills every two seconds.

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    One more with the GoPro, this time on the tail. from behind. It's a screen capture from the video, so it's limited to 368x494, unfortunately.


    I like to make silly carving videos with my GoPro Helmet Hero.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawndoggy View Post
    One more with the GoPro, this time on the tail. from behind. It's a screen capture from the video, so it's limited to 368x494, unfortunately.
    Perfect groom, empty quad, nice sun, I think you have it going on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawndoggy View Post
    One more with the GoPro, this time on the tail. from behind. It's a screen capture from the video, so it's limited to 368x494, unfortunately.
    That would not be a good angle for me. You need a more wide angle lens.
    Quote Originally Posted by eajracing View Post
    ....just dont let it intimidate you..... long boards with big scr's smell fear and will hand you your ass if you let them.

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    Here's a larger version of avatar pic. About 3 weeks ago... June Mtn.
    (Many thanks to Craig for all the cool shots he took that day!!)
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    One more... same day. Late afternoon cruisin' the corduroy. Would've been epic if it weren't so crowded!
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    Quote Originally Posted by shawndoggy View Post
    One more with the GoPro, this time on the tail. from behind. It's a screen capture from the video, so it's limited to 368x494, unfortunately.



    broken camera lens?
    Cuttin' cord, chips, and asphalt.

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    contrails and lift cables???
    Quote Originally Posted by eajracing View Post
    ....just dont let it intimidate you..... long boards with big scr's smell fear and will hand you your ass if you let them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carvedog View Post
    contrails and lift cables???
    indeed.
    I like to make silly carving videos with my GoPro Helmet Hero.

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    Awesome goggles torquecarver! Who makes those? I'm looking for some without so many vents because my Oakleys let too much air in...dries out my contacts fast
    Last edited by crazyTKDsquirrel; March 31st, 2009 at 02:28 PM. Reason: Great form too =)
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyTKDsquirrel View Post
    Awesome goggles torquecarver! Who makes those? I'm looking for some without so many vents because my Oakleys let too much air in...dries out my contacts fast
    Bugz.

    Can't say I like the way the look, and it seems that the only folks with them down here are MAJOR ski snobs.

    Might try a change of solution or contacts even. I have o2 Optix, never have a problem with any drying out of sorts, whether I'm biking, running, skiing, or none of the above!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingCrimson View Post
    Bugz.

    Can't say I like the way the look, and it seems that the only folks with them down here are MAJOR ski snobs.

    Might try a change of solution or contacts even. I have o2 Optix, never have a problem with any drying out of sorts, whether I'm biking, running, skiing, or none of the above!
    Huh...maybe it's my contacts. I have Dailies. I've had them dry out sprinting the 100m and had my left one fall out once. Also once when I was on the slopes. I always carry eye drops to moisten them up once or twice a day on the mtn. I'll look into it, thanks King.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyTKDsquirrel View Post
    Awesome goggles torquecarver! Who makes those? I'm looking for some without so many vents because my Oakleys let too much air in...dries out my contacts fast
    KingCrimson is correct, they are made by "BUGZ".
    I've always worn glasses and surprisingly, these fit better over my Oakley Square Wire frames than any others I tried, which is the main reason I chose them. They're also lightweight, and don't fog up or scratch easily. They do let some air in at high speeds, but that's mainly due to the frames of my glasses not allowing them to seal perfectly on the sides. You might want to give them a try...
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    Guess I shouldn't have made the snobs down here statement, you're in the OC!

    I've found the most useful part of goggles is they catch your contacts when you slam your face into the ground so hard they pop out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by softbootsailer View Post
    Nice Shots, Nice Style and Hello from a fellow SB
    SBS, hello to you also and thanks for the comments!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KingCrimson View Post
    Guess I shouldn't have made the snobs down here statement, you're in the OC!

    I've found the most useful part of goggles is they catch your contacts when you slam your face into the ground so hard they pop out.
    No worries KC, I haven't ridden any SoCal resorts in over 10 years! Just way too crowded now. I'll gladly drive the 5 hours for wide open terrain...

    You might want to work on that whole 'slamming your face into the ground' problem...
    It could be the root-cause of all your contact issues!
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    lol
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    Flaine

    This is the last time boarding this season. I am missing snow already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willow 15 View Post
    This is the last time boarding this season. I am missing snow already.
    The link in your signature is broken.

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    this is from march 1st...my 4th day on hardboots

    not too shabby
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    sorry, pics didnt upload
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arclite View Post
    this is from march 1st...my 4th day on hardboots

    not too shabby
    Nice!!

    I wish I was carving like that at 14!!! Keep it up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by www.oldsnowboards.com View Post
    Nice!!

    I wish I was carving like that at 14!!! Keep it up!
    I'll get some nice pics for our last 2 days of the season on the weekend in mammoth.
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    I found a pic that I thought was lost to all time !

    this is from 2006 and was the first time I had ever really learned how to use the carves technique for racing purposes. I took 3rd place @ Loon MDVC finals that year in softboots ( and 3 strap bindings )

    http://www.printroom.com/popupImage....3007&effectRGB=

    I still can't find the best pic to date when I wasnt working for Jiminy one day and was on a borrowed board an a pair of Yellow Head stratos boots. I really would like to find that pic again Im always the one behind the camera it seems.
    If there isn't snow, It is still Ski season... JETSKI SEASON ! Carving on the unfrozen :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave ESPI View Post
    I found a pic that I thought was lost to all time !

    this is from 2006 and was the first time I had ever really learned how to use the carves technique for racing purposes. I took 3rd place @ Loon MDVC finals that year in softboots ( and 3 strap bindings )

    http://www.printroom.com/popupImage....3007&effectRGB=

    I still can't find the best pic to date when I wasnt working for Jiminy one day and was on a borrowed board an a pair of Yellow Head stratos boots. I really would like to find that pic again Im always the one behind the camera it seems.

    I know of another copy of this picture, couldn't imagine where.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingCrimson View Post
    I know of another copy of this picture, couldn't imagine where.

    http://www.bomberonline.com/vbulleti...0&postcount=25

    no, I was saying the one of where I was in the yellow hardboots. And as to the for some reason, I have been getting a bunch of red "X" on that image and a few others on this site. I posted in this thread a while ago. thank you for posting a link to it now I have the one without the PROOF stamp across it, because it showed up on my computer in it, but when I looked at theis thread again, it still didnt show up. Im on my lap top computer now, so perpahs my desktop has some issues. I never even looked back at this thread to see if that pic was "up" again.
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    If there isn't snow, It is still Ski season... JETSKI SEASON ! Carving on the unfrozen :)

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    durango Colorado sunny day

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    Aha!
    For those of you that don't know about the totally radical one piece.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Edtudo View Post
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    Hey Edtudo - nice carve. Welcome to Bomber.
    Quote Originally Posted by eajracing View Post
    ....just dont let it intimidate you..... long boards with big scr's smell fear and will hand you your ass if you let them.

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