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Grand Canyon Hance Rapid Clip

This is a clip from my Grand video I am working on. We ran it in Sep, the weather was hot and that water was kind of on the low side. Enjoy!

https://youtu.be/Fk1mtFGbZVQ

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Very cool! Thanks for posting
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Nice!!
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Sweet. I like the raft/kayak interplay!
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Sweet, thanks for posting
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Great Perspective, can't wait to see the whole video. What system did you use to attach your cameras (GoPros I assume) to the stern of the rafts? I'm launching on my third trip in February and want to put together a better setup than just having helmet mounted footage. Thanks
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I'm launching on my third trip in February and want to put together a better setup than just having helmet mounted footage. Thanks
Helmet mounted footage sucks, I've done two trips down there and you'd think we were floating on a flat Lake!
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Helmet mounted footage sucks, I've done two trips down there and you'd think we were floating on a flat Lake!
I wouldn't say it sucks, it catches the action in the front of the boat, but for certain the stern rig is the way to go to get it all. That's why I'm looking for pointers. I ordered a strap mount, plenty of straps to rig a cam on the gear stack. Would like to see a good setup with an exstension/riser etc.
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I wouldn't say it sucks, it catches the action in the front of the boat, but for certain the stern rig is the way to go to get it all. That's why I'm looking for pointers. I ordered a strap mount, plenty of straps to rig a cam on the gear stack. Would like to see a good setup with an exstension/riser etc.
https://www.mountainbuzz.com/forums/...unt-47595.html
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