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Author Topic: That's chilly  (Read 704 times)

kenreville

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Re: That's chilly
« Reply #15 on: February 01, 2014, 09:58:46 PM »

Kinda shaky.
A guy like that, if he persists, will verify there are no old bold (and sketchy) climbers.
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Re: That's chilly
« Reply #16 on: February 03, 2014, 08:11:54 PM »

Some of the most amazing footage is caught on GoPros. To wit: http://lilhub.com/you-won-t-be-able-to-stop-watching-this-over-240-incredible-hd-clips (not all shot with GoPro, but you get the idea, the video starts getting really good at 0:57.)

However, GoPros have a very very high douchebag-to-quality ratio. For each epic-awesome GoPro clip I've seen, there have been an overwhelming number of noobs doing stupid things and generally in-my-way sporting a helmet camera.

Helmet cams do have a place. It's just not on the helmet of the average person.

I'm not gonna lie: I considered lending a helmet cam to Bradley "Honeybadger" White, just so I could figure out where the hell some of his really obscure adventure routes are located. :)

Also: get off my lawn.  And back on topic. ;)
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