Digital Camera + Underwater < £250

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  1. BigBrand's Avatar

    BigBrand said:

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    Probably no more than 1-5 meters.

    I think the SJ4000 is going to be my fav. I was put off by the Mobius a little with no screen and 80 mins battery.
     
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    reverend said:

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    Nice, did you get the SJ4000 from JooVuu too mate? They've been quick at delivering stuff whenever I've ordered
     
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    BigBrand said:

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    No I ended up getting it from Amazon seeing as my gaffer gave me £100 Amazon vouchers the other day. So used it on that.

    Still waiting on my JuuVoo underwater case and a few other bits.
     
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    BigBrand said:

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    So my SJ4000 arrived, and it's great!

    Had to format memory card to EXFAT which I learnt from the internet. Loads of accessories, mostly no use for them, but the use of it pretty easy, nice and light and the case it cool and very waterproof.

    Didn't come with a car suction mount so can't use a dashcam just yet, and waiting on a monopod to arrive. So most use is handheld.

    Don't really have any action use coming up, but I'm sure I'll find something!

    JUUVOO waterproof case arrived and it's tiny!! Turned out the place on Amazon didn't shit the Mobius and recredited me as they didn't have that wide angle lense one in stock.

    So playing with the SJ4000 for now, and will maybe knock the Mobius on the head to be honest.
     
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    BigBrand said:

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    @Reverend - What editing suit have you used for your videos?

    I've done a timelapse with the SJ4000 this morning, but Windows Movie Maker is shit and won't let me lower the frame rate from 7!.

    I tried to download the Go Pro studio, but doesn't work from the website for some reason.
     
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    BigBrand said:

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    Ok found an app for it.

    Fucking around with it working FPS playback rates etc and seeing what works best I guess.

    First two I've done. Not very interesting, first one is 9 seconds seconds second one 30 seconds. Need to find something interesting to timelapse now!



    Last edited by BigBrand; 4th October 2014 at 12:18 PM.
     
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    BigBrand said:

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    Same B&W as above but slowed down to 32fps, makes it longer obviously and I think it works better with what you're looking at.

     
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    WRATH OF BOD said:

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    you should bung it one of these(time laps panning gimble)
    i made it last year.
     
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    reverend said:

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    A lot of the timelapses I do come straight out of the back of the camera as I just drop that into 1fps mode - I have used Windows Movie Maker and Cyberlink PowerDirector as a test as well, but I've got to admit the camera itself usually sorts them straight out for me!