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Underwater Adventures in the Arboretum with some kite line, two bobbers, and the Pentax W30

heather, doug.siefken, Julie Ivens, and 16 other people added this video to their favorites.

  1. kleer001 72 months ago | reply

    WOW! Sorry to shout, but that's great. Good idea and execution. I like the light and all the stuff floating about, the inquisitive fishies.

  2. nebarnix 72 months ago | reply

    Thanks! I must say, I was impressed by how curious the little fishies are. Little cuties!

  3. heather 72 months ago | reply

    Great idea. I'll have to give it a go. Please consider adding this to Video! Video! Video!.

  4. honeycincows 72 months ago | reply

    The fish appear to be blue gill sunfish...They are voracious predators and are attracted to the metallic flash on the camera..probably looks like maybe something to snack on...Fantastic, by the way..Glad you like the camera

  5. ` ®© ROBERTO CARBONI 72 months ago | reply

    great shot very nice photo.congrats

  6. Luis Eduardo ® 72 months ago | reply

    Bella fotografía

  7. striatic 72 months ago | reply

    hooray for vertical video!

  8. megapixel13 72 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Non tutto , Solo un po' ( Not all , Only a little ) The Video, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  9. ★ Michael ★ 61 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The Video, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  10. Mioshu 59 months ago | reply

    The jaws theme is playing in my head and I'm waiting for a big fish to like, attack the camera for some reason, lolz. Strangely entertaining.

  11. pinstripe [deleted] 58 months ago | reply

    beautiful colours.

  12. amarcord108 41 months ago | reply

    How do you make a vertical video?

    Is it as simple as turning the camera on its side? (But it seems that the video would still play back in the horizontal mode but the image would be on its side)

    BTW, this is fantastic!

  13. nebarnix 41 months ago | reply

    The camera was turned on its side (as a consequence of where the wrist-strap mount was) and I brought it into virtualdub and rotated it 90 degrees so that everything wast right side up.

  14. amarcord108 41 months ago | reply

    Ah ha. Many thanks for the tip. I hadn't heard of virtualdub before.

    I'm looking forward to seeing more of your vertical videos. :)

  15. mobius faith imaging [deleted] 28 months ago | reply

    you reeled in the big one with this video.

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