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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-28-2012, 04:52 PM Thread Starter
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Crossbow camera set up

Anyone have a set up on their crossbow to film their own hunts? I think that would be pretty neat. Pete

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-28-2012, 05:16 PM
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Re: Crossbow camera set up

I'm interested as well. I think there was a thread on here last spring maybe? I'll try and find it.

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Re: Crossbow camera set up

I just picked up a camera at the Harrisburg show this year that attaches to a bow. I'm hoping to use it this year. Wish I had it last season as it was a crazy and entertaining 10 minutes of action!!

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Re: Crossbow camera set up

I have the Bohning Top Mount set up for this fall. I attach a HD camcorder to it for another perspective. I also use a camera on a tree arm while filming at the same time.

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Re: Crossbow camera set up

Really want to get a GoPro camera for my Bohning quiver mount and see how it works.

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Arrowhead, you sell the Bohning mount, correct? Do you have a pic of the set-up that you could share?

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Re: Crossbow camera set up

Here are a few.




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Thanks Arrowhead! What is the video like when the bow goes off? Is it unrecognizable, or just a little out of "focus"?

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Here is a short video of the Winchester Stallion.

http://youtu.be/2K5nfU_4mWI

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Re: Crossbow camera set up

Thanks Arrowhead, I think I do remember that video. I have a Parker Tornado. Will the Bohning mount directly to the scope bracket, or will modifications need made?

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