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Video Blog 1 - Native Cherry

by BuzzMoo published on
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Well the quality of this video was so low I almost didn't run with it. Turns out the camera on my phone is not really all that good for video (not that I know too much about video. No doubt it doesn't hold a flame to Georgee's fancy-pants solution. But i'm posting it anyway, and promise higher production value out of the next one! Hope you don't get motion sickness.

 

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I know BM It takes me ages to save up that much and the soddin compootermebob is not any thing like good enough.It would appear that virtually any old compooter will process digital video tape it seems to come unstuck with HDMI 1080 when my problems started.I could have cried no one told me this I could have stayed with DVD tape and less money as well and not upgrade the compooter either.Let me tell you this though.If I play the HDC-SD 100 into my Panasonic TX-P46S10b via the HDMI ports I can see the difference I did n't get the one with freesat the house is a listed building and oher planning love me I dont think Especially when I said I'll put the dish on a mast in the front so I get a good signal Krist 2 chaps were round here nearly before they got the letter.Bluddi Fashists its not their money they are wasting sending 2 and I dare bet not on the minimum wage either.Sod em I say sod em and Gamorra as well georgee

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Not a pine (as far as i can tell, that would be pinaceae) it's part of the Santalaceae family.
Aranda Bushland, Ann-Marie!

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Only a grand, Georgee! Unfortunately i'm struggling to find work at the moment, so it might have to wait for easier times. But i'll poke around and see what i can't work out! Thanks for the feedback all.

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Nice to see some video on here, good effort, keep posting, don't like reading!

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Hi both, Where was that taken Buzz, our computer isn't good for talking. Those trees are actually in our neighbours George. We have a decent amount of trees but not so dense.

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Well Buzz you only need to chuck a grand or so at it and it will be par but a grand even with the auto shake stabilizer switched on wont stop dither but yours is much better than none .You are much better un me cos I dont know how to make mine display on here .I can only go DVD or Blu-ray I have now played your video 3 times and I know nothing of Au fauna and flora but my word those little fruits you show the branch don't half look like Cupresser trees here in the UK is it a pine? Dont know of any pine to eat recipes in my world I have advised lots of times "If you cannot find a recipe then dont eat or drink any thing you can make from it" Please let me do a naughty buzz You are getting there you have a Hugh haircut smile gently to myself as buzz thinks cheeky sod GB Make some more video buzz see if you can stand still to do it.I'm sure they will interest all but anne-marie shes got undreds in er back yard cos I've seen em in the picture of Flyp Good Luck buzz standin by in anticipation Georgee

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