EpicCam waterproof housing

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      Here’s a great solution for anyone looking to do some waterproof/underwater video work. I bought an EpicCam housing for my Canon HV20 to expand my canoe/kayak videos and it’s really come in handy. It may be a bit bulky compared to smaller offerings like the Contour and the GoPro system(which I also use), but it is more versatile, allowing you to use theprosumer gear you’ve already invested in. The size of the housing allows attachment of wide-angle lenses and most importantly I’m able to stuff two wireless audio recievers in the housing so I can record great 2-channel audio as well!If you want to check it out, here’s a short video shot with the housing. This is the tail-end of a 1/2 hr. television pilot I recently put together. Here’s the link http://www.youtube.com/user/TheOneCanoe?feature=mhee#p/a/u/0/Kchw5oV3GWM

      Cheers Wayne (TheOneCanoe)

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