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Tim
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I've got a couple questions for you video folks.

If I'm right handed, where is the best place to put my camera arm to video from my tree stand? I'm a sitter but stand to shoot.

What site do you use to download your videos? I have the photo bucket app on my iPad but it doesn't seem to work too well.

Thanks. Tim

[ July 06, 2017, 12:45 PM: Message edited by: Tony Van Dort ]

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swampthing
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I download my videos to a "new folder" then when I open photo bucket I select that particular folder to download from.
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mark land
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I put my tree arm on my right side about waist high when I'm standing so I can run the camera sitting down or position it when standing. I have the mounting plate as close to me as possible on the tree when sitting so I can still extend it and put it behind my back and film on my left as well.
I download all my cards onto an external T-drive and then use the cam software to view and rough edit with. Have to convert the files over to further edit with the computer program but found a free video converter online that does that easily.

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