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Mel
09-19-2013, 07:37 PM
Hey guys,

Here is my first attempt at a product video using my new camera. I've just been winging it on my own trying to figure out how to shoot, upload, and edit the video. Still learning on how close to film from, zooming in, and such. Hopefully it gets easier in time :).



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZvH4AlMm0Y&feature=youtu.be

Mel

BuckarooMedic
09-19-2013, 11:47 PM
Good job Mel! Very informative. And they say old dogs can't learn new tricks . . . .


Take care,

Elkaddict
09-24-2013, 01:13 PM
Great job Mel! I received my cargo panel the same day you posted this video. Your video made perfect sense and allowed me to install my cargo panel without having to humm and haww about which strap kit straps and buckles went where. I found a use for some of the uneeded hardware in the strap kit. It allows me to to pack and tighten the panel to make a very light and compact load hauler for the empty backhaul. Pics below. Had to register here just to say thanks,..maybe I'll stick around some.

http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w234/V1Vr/Kifaru%20cargo%20panel/DSCN0698_zpsdc9a9c5e.jpg (http://s177.photobucket.com/user/V1Vr/media/Kifaru%20cargo%20panel/DSCN0698_zpsdc9a9c5e.jpg.html)

rhunter424
09-24-2013, 06:10 PM
I think the video's make it more clear than a couple pictures. Keep the vids coming Mel!

Elkaddict - How old is that duplex frame? Looks like either the cordura was stripped off or it's like the original G1 duplex!

Elkaddict
09-24-2013, 09:03 PM
I think the video's make it more clear than a couple pictures. Keep the vids coming Mel!

Elkaddict - How old is that duplex frame? Looks like either the cordura was stripped off or it's like the original G1 duplex!


Ahhhh, yup, it's a duplex frame from before they were called duplex frames. Back then I believe they were called Longhunter Freighters. It is somewhere around 13 years old I think. If Kifaru's serial numbers are sequential, it's #0373, so it goes back a ways. It has carried it's share of elk quarters and deer halves and it is still going strong.