Thanks fellas. The camera didn't really bother her as I think the camera weight is around 3oz and I had it mounted to a regular flat buckle collar and just cinched it up tight and right behind her ears.
pretty neat! That blind and water mark was big dog work!!!
I just cant get past the shaking!! Wish you could see the marks and you giving cast Perfect world would be someone who could video edit with and hand held and the go pro Show marks then dog running.. whistle stop flash to hand held you giving cast then back to dog camera taking cast..
Thank you, she's a good girl. But she is a chessie and a female so she is super stubborn and little drive or so they say
There is lot to the set up that's hard to see by the footage. We were running from on top of a pretty decent size hill. I ranged the water mark at 225yds the middle mark was 185yds the go bird was 28yds and the blind was 285yds angling down and back up a hill and angling ditch at the bottom. The middle bird was the toughest as you can only see half of the arc. As far as the shaking, I don't really know what would help with her being such a hard charger. This was the first run using the GoPro so I'm sure some tweaking will be done. Next time I will make sure to wear a white jacket and try using the black and white ATB's so the marks can be seen. I had streamers on the dokkens but the background was a tough background for me the dog and camera to mark off of. Any suggestions for clearing up the footage I'm all ears. Not sure why the camera didn't pick up the two whistle sits so I'll have to dig into the settings and clear that up as well. I originally picked up the camera to film myself handling the dogs a fix where most issues lie "the handler".