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rdctali wrote:Maybe they really like them, or there might be chance they just hid their feelings in front of you? not even a slim chance? :-)
If the gifts weren't appreciated because they were "referbished", then these shallow ungrateful people shouldn't be offered a gift at all! Or, at best a substandard un-referbished item for the same price.
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I've had this exact model for two years (or more now? Jeez, time flys) doing the "Random Questions" video series on the professional poker circuit. It works very well, is super dependable, small, light and attaches to any tripod. (I recommend a portable medium stand and one of those flexigrip table stands if you plan on shooting steady.) It is a road warrior, designed in SF and wonderfully executed. As to the USB connection issue, if your wonder-puter has difficult to access USB ports, you can get their or a 3rd party female-to-male USB adaptor cable and have no issues.
The internal editing software (moves with the camera as well as being able to install "FlipShare" on a PC) is simplistic in it's delivery but robust in the number of functions it has.
Only con: It needs a mic jack for additional audio and it would be perfect.
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I have 2 of these. The HD and the non HD. Both work great. The non HD I got here on Woot. The other I got free for opening a bank account. (Deal is now gone.)
As long as they work, these a easy things to let the kids use, quickly video something as you are walking down the street, etc.
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jiahn603 wrote:Does anyone have experience with this in cold weather? i.e. 20 degrees and below. I really am in the market for a video device to go snowboarding with. just wondering how bad does the battery suffer in the cold?
My wife took hers (from woot natch) to Germany a month ago and used it in sub-freezing temps but it probably spent time in a warm pocket too so can't swear for it but she was pleased with the simplicity and reliability of it.
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