threedogs wrote: wrote:One word, Inflatable decoys......
DanJeffandJack wrote:I just drink beer and crush box.
That's how I remain the physical specimen that I am.
StewartD wrote:This is David from ShotKam. We just started the banner ad on this forum.
The 8GB units is $649 (still expensive - I know) and will store over 300 shots which should be adequate in most situations! You download the videos you want to save to your computer for a permanent record and then you erase them videos on the memory card to create space for the next time you use the ShotKam. The 32GB ($849) is popular with clay shooting instructors that want to keep several clients videos on the ShotKam at all times.
I'm sending a unit to Chris Hustad so that is can be reviewed for this forum. In the meantime the 30 day money back guarantee is honored without question.
The ShotKam really does two things:
1. Helps you become a better shot because you see exactly why you miss. It is uncanny how people typically miss in the same way time after time because they just have someone stand behind who tells them "I think you missed behind", and they never really know what is happening.
2. It greatly enhances the video record of your hunt by capturing the kill shots, which for those that have tried know, is extremely difficult to capture on even the most expensive professional video equipment.
Currently most of our sales are for clay shooting instruction but as an avid duck hunter (my son and I shot the duck hunting video on www.ShotKam.com) I hope we get some sales to waterfowlers to make some neat videos.
razorback wrote:David, appreciate the response. How does it do in low light? I assume is is water-proof(dont recall from the advertisement)?
Cline wrote:David, I'm really impressed with the camera. It looks like it takes some amazing footage for being mounted on the bottom of the barrel. Yall had some great shots on the youtube videos. How far away were most of those shots? Yall were really killin em stone dead!
StewartD wrote:I often wait until after the sun is up before taking my first shot and the benefit is better duck ID and the bigger ducks fly later
cootlover wrote:I just order one can wait to blow up some ducks. Ill do a review how it works out for me .I hope everybody has a fun and safe season.
TooheyBirdie14 wrote:I almost pulled the trigger on the website today and ordered this. I'm trying to figure out if there are any reason to go with the $850 package. Seems like you get a waterproof camera case and a larger memory card? I would just like to film my duck hunts so I don't think I need the larger memory card and I'm not sure I get the waterproof case if they camera itself is waterproof. I'm just looking for a better idea of the differences in the two packets?
Ed-H wrote:Must a person remove the memory card and install it directly in the computer to download, or is there a usb port? I'm asking because I'm wondering how easy, and quickly, it is to review one's faults while still out in the field, rather than having to come back home?
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