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Tyler Legg
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Welcome to THFF.com! Kick your wading boots off and stick around for a while. You'll find content ranging from NC fishing reports, videos, pictures, fly fishing news from around the state/country/world, humor, and even some irrelevant, yet interesting posts.
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Saturday, June 11, 2011

It's been awhile since I've shot and edited any videos for THFF Media. I miss it. After a lengthy period of research and sifting through reviews, sample videos, recommendations, etc, I'm now preparing to buy a new full HD camcorder. With that new HD camcorder, I'm aiming to raise THFF Media from the dead. The Canon Vixia HV40 has been at the top of my list for quite some time and I'm going to fulfill my plans of purchasing one.

Photography and videography has been a passion of mine for quite some time. Getting my hands on decent equipment has hindered any prospects of putting out some decent films (cell phone video doesn't work nearly as well as a full HD camcorder!) Definitely looking forward to seeing what this thing can do (according to reviews, it can do a lot).

If you're looking to buy camera equipment, whether it be a DSLR, a camcorder, production equipment, etc, I highly recommend looking at B&H Photo. A lot of folks (anglers who tote a camera around on the trips too) have said nothing but good things about B&H. I'll be making the purchase with them. Free shipping within the constraints of the US, excellent shipping times, and great service has made them very popular amongst photography and filmography enthusiast.

I'm leaving for a long vacation in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia this Friday. Next Saturday, I'll have the bulk of the day to experiment with the HV40 at the warmwater pond on the Parkway. The last 2 videos, Warmwater Shenanigans and Warmwater Shenanigans Part II were shot on a standard definition point and shoot. As you can see in both videos, crisp video quality is nonexistent. The shots came out pretty well, but the quality was lacking. With the HV40, I'll have full HD quality at my fingertips, blowing away the previous video quality seen in previous videos.

Oh yeah... More tying videos will be on the way for sure.


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